Visiting Practitioners Series: Antoine Bertin
Thursday 2 May | London College of Communication (Lecture Theatre B)
2.30pm – 4.30pm | Open to all
[non UAL student/staff please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place]
Antoine Bertin listens his way around science and sensoriality, environment and audio storytelling, data and music composition. He creates experiences combining elements of immersive sound, interactive storytelling and tangible material, both as an artist and as founder of the Paris-based creative studio, Sound Anything. Sound Anything works internationally with commercial brands, artistic institutions, creative agencies and scientific organisations to create innovative sound experiences for a variety of audiences. They are known for their work with binaural audio immersion, site-specific narratives and large spatial audio installations, and have worked with Audible, The Guardian, Palais de Tokyo, Volkswagen Group, Marshmallow Laser Feast, and Tate Britain and more. Antoine graduated from the MA Sound Arts at LCC in 2009 and teaches at SAE Brussels.
CRiSAP and the Sound Arts Department at LCC co-run a Visiting Practitioners Series of weekly talks at the college, exploring the diverse field of sound arts practice. Each term member of Sound Arts staff curates the series of talks, inviting a number of sound practitioners to share their work.