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.
Annie Goh has put together an inspiring line up of sound practitioners for this Spring Term. Starting on Jan 14th with award winning sound editor Kate Hopkins, the schedule continues weekly welcoming: Annea Lockwood, AGF, Marlo De Lara, Pedro Oliveira, Daisuke Ishida, Sung Tieu, Madison Moore, Robert Henke, Echo Ho and Janine Francois.
Watch the presentations from ‘Silence, Voice & Representation’ panel at Sound Gender Feminism Activism (SGFA Tokyo)
Salomé Voegelin’s new Sonic Possible Worlds Revised Edition includes a new chapter on Possible and Impossible Bodies. Available to pre-order now.
Available now in hardback, The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sonic Methodologies by Michael Bull, Marcel Cobussen, including chapters by: Angus Carlyle, ‘Dropping Down Low, Online Soundmaps, Critique, Genealogies, Alternatives’; Jono Gilmurray, ‘Ecological Sound Art’; and Salomé Voegelin, ‘Sonic Methodologies of Sound’.
Kate Carr’s label Flaming Pines has just released its 100th album – ‘Amazonian Traces of Self’, by 2020 Oram Award winning, LCC MA Sound Arts Graduate, Yifeat Ziv.
Sound Gallery Lydgalleriet celebrates 15 years with this publication retrospective, featuring texts by Salomé Voegelin and Bjørnar Habbestad, Sissel Lillebostad, Carsten Seiffarth, Jørgen Larsson, Steinar Sekkingstad, Hild Borchgrevink, Daniela Cascella, Christina Kubisch, Espen Sommer Eide, Samuel Brzeski and Roar Sletteland
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.’