Listening Across Disciplines on Resonance FM
This second instalment of Listening across Disciplines on Resonance FM, broadcast each Wednesday afternoon at 3pm and repeated Monday mornings at 11am from January 11th onwards, will share the discussions from the second in a series of network events taking place over the course of the year in our Listening Across Disciplines (LxD) research project.
Listening Across Disciplines (LxD) is a network project that brings together artists, musicians, scientists, technologists, social scientists, scholars and practitioners to work across disciplinary boundaries on the recently emerging focus on sound and listening, led by Salomé Voegelin & Anna Barney, funded by AHRC. Read more.
This second instalment of the radio series shares the conversations and ideas from our second network event, Listening to Bodies and Materialities held in September last year in the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research in the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at Southampton University, and brought listening to the exploration of social and medical as well as anthropological and forensic listening.
The eleventh broadcast in the series features Rupert Cox, a Visual Anthropologist in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Manchester, who will be talking about the anthropology of sound and in particular his field work, undertaken together with Angus Carlyle, on the US Military basis in Okinawa, Japan. (the CD developed from that research Air Pressure, is published by Gruenrekorder, Germany/ 2012/ Gruen 094/ LC09488/ GEMA/ EAN: 4050486059081)
This event brought together a group of experts from different disciplines to discuss and interrogate listening though the theme of the Body and Material Salomé Voegelin, Anna Barney, Cathy Lane, Angus Carlyle, Mark P. Wright, Alexandra Supper, Daniel Rowan, Rupert Cox, John Wynne, Ximena Alarcón, Ryan Bishop, Kevin Logan, Jan Schacher, Hedwig Eisenbarth, Andrew Carnie, Hannah Semeraro, Julian Weaver. Read more.
Listen on Resonance FM, Wednesdays at 3pm (or Monday at 11 am): www.resonancefm.com
Full documentation and archives of the radio shows will also be made available on the LxD website.
Further radio programmes will be broadcast on Resonance FM in 2017 documenting the third Network event; Listening to Language, Culture and Artefacts.