A report from our International Department at LCC on our SGFA Tokyo conference last autumn, a collaboration with the Global Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts.
Tim Smith’s short film Queering di Teknolojik was awarded the George Manupelli Founder’s Spirit Award at the Ann Arbor Film Festival last week! Congratulations Tim! Queering Di Teknolojik is a message from the future. Spoken by the collective digital voice of a group of queer artists and activists, this collaborative project speculates about the possibilities of a temporality yet to come. This is a message of hope.
Inviting responses to the Call for Participation for Audio Testimonies Symposium, organised in collaboration between Bournemouth University and CRiSAP. CFP Deadline: 3 April 2020. Symposium: 2-3 July 2020
Some photos from our Searching for the Inaudible Workshop with Peter Cusack last week, and a great bit of feedback: “Thanks so much for organising this workshop. Was great to hear Peter talk and learn how to build the mics – I left feeling very inspired!” Thanks to everyone who came, and thanks to Continue…
Online radio station Ràdio Web Macba RWM interview Jennifer Lucy Allan about her research into foghorns.
An open call by Syros Sound Meetings; 2-12 July 2018 Ano Syros, Greece Invited Artist: David Toop (U.K.) Call for applications: The Syros Sound Meetings initiative invites musicians, sound artists & intermedia artists of all levels & backgrounds with a documented interest in site-specific sound and intermedia composition, improvisation or performance for a joint Continue…
LCC interviewed Salomé Voegelin to find out more about her presentation at the 4th Council of Europe’s Platform Exchange on Culture and Digitisation Conference, Hearing the Fake, and her research on Listening Across Disciplines more widely. LCC: Was the research as well received as you had hoped? SV: People, the general public as well as artists and academics, Continue…
Article on Cathy Lane and Viv Corringham: “I hear footsteps, maybe sandals dragging on the smooth concrete floor, and the chatter from multiple conversations around me. In the inky red blackness behind my closed eyelids I hear the distant drone and myriad horn pitches of traffic, my memory discerning autorickshaw from bus from motorbike.”
University of Aberdeen’s Sound Emporium Research Group (SERG) have a Call for Papers & Performances at their upcoming conference Sonic Realities.
You are warmly invited to Professor Angus Carlyle’s Professorial Platform Lecture ‘Rough Notes’. The event is at London College of Communication on Feb 8th, at 6.30pm. Angus Carlyle is Professor of Sound and Landscape at UAL.