I'm bowled over by this super amazing review of my work by Mark Peter Wright in the Polish Journal of Aesthetics.
Mark and Salomé Voegelin's article 'Points of Listening: Reflections on the Participatory & Polyphonic Potential of Communal Sonic Practices' reflects on two works from their amazing, and long-running, Points of Listening events series with CRiSAP. They each chose one work to reflect on and Mark chose to speak about my first ever Walking with Crickets participatory sound walk that I led for Points of Listening. The walk in itself was a brilliant evening and opportunity to turn my performative work (previously shared as a live performance at the V&A in collaboration with a fashion designer) into a participatory one - an approach that has only continued to grow in my practice ever since. It's wonderful to hear Mark's reflections on the work and to think back to 2016 when we all gathered in Elephant and Castle and tuned our "crickets" to a sound level we liked before beginning the walk.
Huge thanks to Mark and Salomé!
You can read the article here: https://academic-journals.eu/pl/czasopisma/the-polish-journal-of-aesthetics/n,382?fbclid=IwAR0yQ6LiFsZ7eflS-QNzuf_EuxS7CzWfmJPB-V_heSVLjrdpGosKleW1tZc
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