Visiting Practitioners Series: Lynne Kendrick
Thursday 7 February | London College of Communication (Lecture Theatre B)
2pm – 4pm | Open to all
[non UAL student/staff please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place]
Lynne Kendrick is a Senior Lecturer in New Theatre Practices at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Course Leader of the MA/MFA in Advanced Theatre Practice. She has written extensively on theatre sound and noise in performance and is also interested in listening practices and radical forms of audience. She co- founded Camden People’s Theatre and is a director of the Brighton-based company Fellow Traveller Productions. Her academic research on the role of play drew her towards experiments with noises, sonic bits and bobs, and Foley – performances of sound which feature in her current research into theatre aurality.
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.