SoundCamp 2019 – CRiSAP contributions
Saturday 4 May 12:00pm – Sun 5 May 2019, 15:00pm
Stave Hill Ecological Park | Tickets via Eventbrite
Listen-in from 5:00am (London time UTC +1) on the 4 May – to 6:00am (UTC +1) on 5 May
SoundCamp is a network of synchronised listening points, which broadcast the sounds from those locations at sunrise on International Dawn Chorus Day on each year. Run by the SoundCamp art collective, based at Stave Hill Ecological Park in Rotherhithe, this year’s event features contributions form a number of CRiSAP members and associated artists – with a film by Angus Carlyle and contributions from recently completed PhD student Matt Parker, and associated artist Hannah Kemp-Welch.
Reveil is a 24 hour live radio programme, assembled and broadcast from a temporary station at Stave Hill Ecological Park, the site of the longest running soundcamp. Real time streams are supplied by contributors around the world at daybreak. The primary feed is hosted by Wave Farm in the Upper Hudson Valley, New York, and aired by our UK broadcast partners Resonance FM / Extra in London UK and a collection of FM and netradio stations.
Saturday 4 May | 12:00pm
Hannah Kemp-Welch, Sound Camp: some exercises, ideas for listening + broadcasting (available on arrival and through the weekend)
Sunday 5 May | 9.30am
Matt Parker talk, Listening to internet infrastructure
Sunday 5 May | 11:00am
Angus Carlyle, Rupert Cox film screening, Air Pressure (2016)
(camping costs £20 per-tent, concessions £14; visiting is free, but please make a donation, suggested £3 per person)
Listen at these links
SoundCamp is coordinated in London by former CRiSAP PhD researcher Maria Papadomanolaki, Dawn Scarfe (Lecturer on the BA Sound Arts at LCC) and Grant Smith. With the support of Arts Council England & the University of Gloucestershire.
Image: Exp 8 View from pot 2.5s 144* at 08.33, Sunday 4 May 2014, Soundcamp, Stave Hill Ecological Park, London 2 May 2015. Pinhole Zero 612b Kodak 100Tmax by Ky Lewis