This video and sound installation invites the audience to take a virtual trip on the International Space Station—the ultimate indoors experience—and experience a sonic Baudrillardian simulacrum of ground level weather and atmospheric conditions relative to the ISS’s position above the Earth.
We are delighted to reveal the full list of speakers at LOMA 18. In addition to our keynote speaker J. R. Carpenter, guest speaker Chris Watson and special commission from Laura Cannell, we can announce our complete list of speakers for the day.
“I embarked producing a series of sound based video works that explored the compromises, conflicts, hypocrisy and banal everydayness of ancient Rome …”
We are very excited to announce that BAFTA award winning sound recordist Chris Watson has been added to our list of speakers for Large Objects Moving Air 2018 conference.
Matt Parker has been interviewed by Fast Co. about his work with the sounds of the internet.
We’re delighted to announce a call for contributions for our forthcoming conference Large Objects Moving Air 2018 (LOMA 18).
A new article by Mark Peter Wright ‘The Noisy-nonself: Towards A Monstrous Practice of More-than-human Listening’, published in the latest volume of Evental Aesthetics Journal, Sound Art And Environment.
Congratulations to John Kannenberg, winner of the Science Museum Group Journal Writing Prize 2017.
Post-Natural Sound Arts by Mark Peter Wright – a new article in the Journal of Sonic Studies on the application of an eco-political ear, one that is not without its uncertainties and limits, but nonetheless endeavors to listen in, and out, of intersectional power.
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.