Queering di Teknolojik, made by CRiSAP PhD graduate Timothy Smith, is available to watch on Channel 4. ‘Spoken by the collective digital voice of a group of queer artists and activists, this is a message from the future. A message of hope.’
Over the last two months the Listening Across Disciplines II team have been broadcasting a weekly radio series on Resonance FM, sharing their research into listening as a professional practice, diagnostic strategy and investigative method.
Professor John Wynne has retired from his staff post as Professor of Sound Art. In honour of his commitment to the University, John has been awarded Emeritus Professor status and as such will continue his long-standing relationship with us.
“untitled #346” is a sound work by Francisco López anda text by Salomé Voegelin. Both sound and text ask: how much sound can push us towards the limits of what we consider as listening? How sound art pushes us to investigate the threshold that separates the audible from the imagined, constructing sound worlds in which memory gathers in the imperceptible of matter?
Matthew Blackwell Interviews David Toop in Tone Glow, discussing Edgar Allan Poe, the nature of field recordings, and the problem of time under capitalism.
A new album by the Field Kitchen Academy featuring series of recordings that act as a catalogue and a log book of the residency curated under the title of Silence with the Consent of Sound.
‘A reproduction of found notes belonging to an unidentified wildlife sound recordist’ by Mark Peter Wright, published in Sonic Arts Research Unit (SARU)’s online Essay series.
Listening Across Disciplines II’s final radio broadcast episode is airing this Wednesday 11th at 3.30pm on Resonance FM. This sixth episode features artists and researchers based at CRiSAP.
Visiting Researcher in 2018-2019, Haiyan Xiang, is presenting her research ‘LDK-Cube” and “Time-Space-Energy-Equalization: A Case Study of Binaural 3D Recording and Production of an Orchestral Concert with a Sound Reinforcement System in Operation’ at the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Fall Show this month.
From October 2020, while retaining her position at UAL as Professor of Sound and PI of Listening across Disciplines II, Salomé Voegelin is representing the Professorship in Sound Studies with a focus on the history and theory of sound art at the University of the Arts Braunschweig, Germany.