OOR Saloon Sound Art Lecture Series, discussion/presentation of Salomé Voegelin’s The Political Possibility of Sound: Fragments of Listening (Bloomsbury, 2019), followed by a performance by Mollin/Voegelin with Jan Schacher.
Kevin Logan will present a performance paper about ‘Sonic Pedagogy’ at the Sonic Waves symposium, organised by Music and Sonic Studies Manchester (MASSmcr) at Manchester Metropolitan University. This symposium brings together academics, researchers, practitioners, students and community organisations interested in exploring how music, sound and the sonic can be used to transcend boundaries and move beyond borders.
As part of the symposium strand of Oscillation Festival, CRiSAP members David Toop and Salomé Voegelin will perform on 26 and 27 April 2019.
For the opening performance programme of Jauna Muzika Festival in Vilnius Lithuania, Salomé Voegelin will perform Listening to Indivisible Volumes, a curatorial performance that engages listening and sound to explore the invisible volume of space.