Read a short excerpt from Sound arts now, a new publication by Cathy Lane & Angus Carlyle exploring contemporary artistic sound arts practices and theories.
While not claiming to be a definitive survey, Sound arts now broadens and destabilises what we have come to understand as sound arts, offering new and different pathways, frames of reference, and modes of thinking.
Taking its title from Édouard Glissant’s Poetics of Relation (“one way ashore, a thousand channels”), this series features conversations, poetry, specially commissioned sound works and guest radio/audio projects in the lead-up to Colomboscope 2021. The six tracks of each episode encompass various modes, linking remotely across multiple Indian Ocean territories, their diasporic fringes and linguistic/musical enclaves.
Reveil is a 24+1 hour radio broadcast following sunrise around the earth on Dawn Chorus Day. The program is constructed from live audio feeds sent in by streamers at daybreak.
For this 8th edition, they are calling for out-side streams, soundcamps, and radio stations to relay the broadcast.
Watch back Salomé Voegelin’s talk ‘Listening as Strategy for Research for and from the Arts’ with RMC.
Voices in the Margins? is Summer workshop convened by TECHNE PhD researchers: Syma Tariq (CRiSAP); Vanessa Tautter, Martha Beard, Áine McKenny (University of Brighton); and Laney Lenox (Ulster University). This open call invites applications from PhD researchers from all disciplines working with memories, voices and histories.
As part of this years UAL Research Season, a series of public and internal events celebrating the research across UAL, hear Prof. Cathy Lane speak on the research directions of CRiSAP.
‘Meet the Centres’ is a public event on March 24th where all nine Research Centre Directors from UAL will be discussing recent research and exploring the UAL research strategy themes of Environmental Change, Health and Wellbeing, Digital Futures and Community Resilience.
Sound and the Environment, Climate Health, Field recording, etc. are ongoing research foci of CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice). On this background, this Sound and Environment session provides an insight to four different projects that engage the environment and climate change through sound, undertaken by members of CRiSAP.
Listening Across Disciplines II (LxDII) will host a study group that investigates the emerging field of sonic pedagogy.
Watch documentation from our conference Sound Gender Feminism Activism Tokyo, a collaboration with the Graduate School of Global Arts (GA), Tokyo University of the Arts.
We’ve just uploaded more presentations from the panels 2a Collecting, Archiving & Networks and 2b The Activist & Confrontational Voice.