“It deserves a wide and engaged readership, for this is an important collection of curated essays that drives the debates around sound art into new territories. Its focus on sound as an operative force that might hold power to account makes it that rare thing, a most timely textbook.”
Author: Lisa Hall
We’re pleased to announce, ‘Un-Earthed: A festival of listening and environment’ –
A critical celebration of our relationships with the environments that we share with other people and other species. Directed by Prof. Cathy Lane. Ongoing from Summer 2020.
SGFA 2019 | Panel 1a Contemporary Art Practices – Videos of documentation from our conference SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM Tokyo, a collaboration with the Graduate School of Global Arts (GA) at Tokyo University of the Arts, online now.
In the latest issue of Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art’s (MIMA) Hearing From Artists interviews, Head of Programme Elinor Morgan talks with artist duo Matterlurgy – Mark Peter Wright and Helena Hunter.
Hidden away in the outer recesses of our website are some fantastic online exhibitions. ‘Louder Whisper’ was curated for CRiSAP by Meena Vari in 2011 and features works by and conversations with Ayisha Abraham, Abhishek Hazra, Yashas Shetty, Murali Cheeroth, Indu Antony, Jasmeen Patheja, Prayas Abhinav and diF (Ish S + Konrad Bayer). Each of these artist / musicians live and work in India.
Listen to Syma Tariq’s audio essay ‘Partitioned Listening 001: ‘You trust your memories?’ featured in The Contemporary Journal’s special issue Sonic Continuum.
The first videos of documentation from our conference SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM Tokyo, a collaboration with the Graduate School of Global Arts (GA) at Tokyo University of the Arts, are online now.
Cathy Lane’s new sound work “Here We All Are (Lucier mix)” is featured in AMPLIFY 2020: quarantine festival. The festival shares newly recorded pieces from sound artists around the world while the world is in a state of isolation.
Lena Ortega at Nopal Radio Station in Mexico City interviews Salomé Voegelin, discussing bodies, skin and fabrications, with readings by Salomé and featured works by Cathy Lane, Kate Carr amongst others.
£150 fee for selected work | Deadline 17 May 2020
This online exhibition calls for sound works that explore the sonic condition of our cities around the world, interrogating how our urban spaces have been built in sound, and what our sonic agency is within them.