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Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP) is a research centre of the University of the Arts London dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice.

 

Our main aim is to extend the development of the emerging disciplinary field of sound arts and to encourage the broadening and deepening of the discursive context in which sound arts is practised.

Research Feature: Minuet On/Off

This is a piece composed for the group Automatic Writing Circle (AWC) and was commissioned for the opening of the Sonic Fusions festival in April 2014. It engages with the structural issues presented by the Minuet (in its 17th and 18th century variants) and with the limits of improvisation, understood in terms of the dérive. It engages with the structural issues presented by the Minuet (in its 17th and 18th century variants) and with the limits of improvisation, understood in terms of the dérive.
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Member Profile: Mark Peter Wright

Mark Peter Wright, CRiSAP Member and Post-doctoral Researcher 'Listening across Disciplines II', is an artist-researcher working at the intersection of sound, ecology and contemporary art. His practice investigates relations of capture and mediation between humans and nonhumans, sites and technologies, observers and subjects. Ongoing questions include how does environmental sound convey complex geopolitical meaning? How can technology and media be practiced with an eco-critical sensitivity and how might listening operate beyond the human?
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News: The Grain of Online Voices

Read 'The Grain of Online Voices' by Salomé Voegelin on Norient. 'Every physical interaction leaves traces. Yet, in online meetings, the human voice might be the only traceable feature left. In the fifth episode of «Sonic Vignettes», Salomé Voegelin reflects upon the grain of the voice as an irreducible trace of human contact and why it is endangered by AI cleaning language.'
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