Ximena Alarcón has been awarded the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions Research Fellowship to develop research project, INTIMAL – Interfaces for Relational Listening, as a research fellow at the University of Oslo in 2017 – 2019.
Date: Wednesday June 14th, 2017 Time: 18:30 Venue: London College of Communication Free. RSVP email: firstname.lastname@example.org “How are we to study phenomena that, even though close to us in time, bear witness to a paradoxical distance?” (Alain Corbin, Village Bells) Distance affects the way we think about sound. It affects what we hear and Continue…
Mark Peter Wright, Leverhulme Trust Artist-in-Residence at Manchester Metropolitan University during 2017, situated across Education and Geography departments with Principle Investigator Dr. Michael Gallagher.
A new audio visual installation by Matt Parker, Fields of Athenry, commissioned by Brighton Digital Festival & Digital Research in Humanities and Arts Conference, University of Brighton (DRHA 2016).
David Toop’s publication Into the Maelstrom has been shortlisted for the Penderyn Music Book Prize.
The Penderyn Music Book Prize is the only UK-based book prize specifically for music titles including history, theory, biography, autobiography. Into the Maelstrom is one of eight shortlisted titles which include The Rise, the Fall and the Rise by Brix Smith Start and Testimony by Robbie Robertson.
LCC have interviewed David Mollin and Salomé Voegelin about their recent Art and Architecture commission to realise a public art project in Bern, Switzerland. The project Kleefeld – Klangfeld will, through infrastructure building (in 2017 – 2020) and participatory interventions (in 2020 – 2025), make the environment of a newly renovated local school in a multicultural area of the town into an Continue…
Read research project Listening Across Disciplines’ interview with Cheryl Tipp about how and why she listens in her work:
“Listening means Discovery”
Read research project Listening Across Disciplines’ interview with Caroline Devine about how and why she listens in her work:
“Composing with sounds that are ordinarily imperceptible or in some way absent”
Peter Cusack’s Favourite Sounds project comes to Hull for 2017 as part of the UK City of Culture 2017 events.
The Favourite Sounds project aims to discover and celebrate what people value about the soundscapes of the cities, towns and neighbourhoods where they live and work. The project asks the seemingly simple question, ‘What is your favourite sound of London, or Beijing, or Prague, or…, and why?’ All sounds can be head on the favouritesounds.org sound-mapping site.
Laura Gracia has been awarded Arts Council funding for an upcoming exhibition and event series ‘Sounding D.I.Y’ to take place across London in April – October 2017.