Sonic Terrain’s Miguel Isaza interviewed CRiSAP researcher Salomé Voegelin about her work and writing on listening.
Month: January 2016
Last September we had the pleasure of being invited to perform at the Soundscapes Late Event at the National Gallery. Listen back to the performance lectures delivered by Iris Garrelfs and John Kannenberg.
Radio Survivor, a news blog about radio’s present, past, and uncertain future interview CRiSAP’s doctor Magz Hall on her research and practice with Radio and sound arts.
PhD student Matt Parker directs new documentary THE PEOPLE’S CLOUD, a film that gets to the bottom of the internet; investigating the ecology and impact of cloud computing on the lives of those who use it, the places it is physically located in and the people who work to maintain it.
Reflections on Process in Sound is a free online journal edited by CRiSAP PhD Iris Garrelfs. It focuses on sound related activities but also branches out into adjacent territories with the aim to provide a forum where artists can engage in discussions about how they create the work they do.