Sounding the Archive Master Class

Organised by CRiSAP’s Louise Marshall (technē Innovation Fellow) and Dr Elma Brenner (Research Development Specialist) this mastercall is inspired by the Wellcome Collection’s unique and distinctive collections. Featuring ‘lightning’ research papers, performances and other contributions, it will consider methods that drawn from sound studies, museology and sound art practice, asking how they can activate understanding of historic material in new ways. With a Keynote lecture by Prof Salomé Voegelin, Prof Anna Barney, Dr Mark Peter Wright and Dr Sandra Pauletto (Listening Across Disciplines II).

Salomé Voegelin – OOR Saloon Sound Art Lecture Series

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.

Salomé Voegelin lecture/performance – The Political Possibility of Sound

Responding to her recently published book of essays, Salomé Voegelin will present a lecture/performance about possibility and sound. Part of Darat al Funun’s 2019 program ‘At The Lab’, which brings together artists and cultural practitioners exploring sound, listening and sonic practices in relation to forms of collective agency, alternative socialities and the emergence of milieus.

Call for contributions: SGFA–TOKYO

Call for contributions SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM – TOKYO Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo, Japan) 4 & 5 October 2019   A collaboration between Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP), University of the Arts London Graduate School of Global Arts (GA), Tokyo University of the Arts Deadline for proposals: 17 June 2019 We are Continue…

Call for papers – Sounding the Archive

Sounding the Archive: Early Career Researcher Master Class 28 June 2019 | 10.30am – 16.00pm | Wellcome Collection, London. DEADLINE for proposals: 24 May.   If an archive is a repository of actual things, then what place does sound, by nature immaterial, have in an archive? How can interdisciplinary scholars utilise sound to inform their Continue…