Mark Peter Wright’s new book Listening After Nature is reviewed by Ilia Rogatchevski for The Quietus
Author: Lisa Hall
Earlier this year, visiting artists Katrinem and Peter Cusack led a series of sound walks in and around Elephant & Castle as part of our Un-Earthed Festival of listening and environment. The walks explored an individual’s personal experience of space through walking and a series of ‘sonic places’ either side of the River Thames. Katrinem and Peter have each created maps of their sound walks, enabling anyone to take the sound walk at any time, or to listen back to recordings of Peter’s ‘sonic places’.
Following Wild Energies Live Materials in April 2022, a three-day online event presenting new and existing research and artistic responses to the rich variety of the work of composer and sound artist Annea Lockwood, contributor Alexis Bhagat has now completed a LibGuide on Annea Lockwood in collaboration with out Library team here at LCC.
There are four vacancies in the Sound department here at London College of Communication. Closing dates for applications: 21st June 2022. Please see the links below for info and Continue…
Wild Energies: Live Materials begins today, 27 April 2022! Join us tonight (April 27) at 6pm BST (London time) for the opening panel and the Keynote conversation with Annea Lockwood and Hildegard Westerkamp.
This summer term we look forward to welcoming Dr. Natalia Kowalska-Elkader to CRiSAP, to conduct her research into British and Polish methodologies and approaches to sound studies.
CRiSAP Doctor and Associate Lecturer Kevin Logan is inviting contributions to a monthly radio show program on RTM.FM
CRiSAP’s PhD Doctor Timothy Smith will be joining the Listening Across Disciplines II (LxDII) research project for a three month Post Doc on the final phase of the project. LxDII systematically investigates the potential of listening as a legitimate and reliable methodology for research across the arts and humanities, science, social science and technology.
PhD researcher Syma Tariq is attending the Sri Lankan interdisciplinary arts festival Colomboscope for its current edition Language is Migrant.
Salomé Voegelin’s new scores compilation album launches this week on Flaming Pines. ‘paint your lips while singing your favourite pop song’ sees eight artists responding to the scores by Voegelin: KMRU, claire rousay, Rhodri Davies, Rie Nakajima, Siavash Amini, Rebecca Lennon, Arturas Bumšteinas and AGF.