Great video by ISSTA documenting the conference 'Temporary Autonomous Zones' last autumn.
Very pleased to have been invited to Sound Traces Moves conference last weekend to share my work Walking with Crickets with dancers, choreographers, musicians and researchers at the Orff Institute, Salzburg, Austria.
The full programme is here:
15th October 2016
10.30 – 17.00
A one day workshop to explore audio interventions with me at the V&A. Build a small portable audio play back kit and use it to create audio intervention in the V&A or surrounding streets.
Read more and book on the V&A site.
19, 20, 21 November
I will be leading two cricket song sound walks and presenting my work Walking with Crickets at Sound - Traces - Moves conference in November.
More info coming soon.
An excerpt of Walking with Crickets will feature on an upcoming radio show on the BBC Radio 4 Natural Histories series exploring the cultural interest in Crickets.
A cricket walk and interview were recorded on 8th August by Brett Westwood & Sarah Blunt with myself, Ximena Alarcon, Hannah Kemp-Welch & Francesca Oldfield in Elephant and Castle.
On air: November 2016 - Tuesday 1st @ 11am & Monday 7th @ 9pm.
Online in November listen here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05w99gb/episodes/player
Photo by Sarah Blunt
A sound walk with cricket song as part of ISSTA's Festival and Conference of TEMPORARY AUTONOMOUS ZONES.
6th September 2016 @ Nerve Centre 5.20pm
ISSTA, Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association
More on Walking With Crickets
With support from London College of Communication & CRiSAP.
A curated playlist of sound works selected by Framework Radio - featuring the lovely recording made by Richard Bentley on the Points of Listening sound walk in April - Walking with Crickets.
Listen here: http://www.frameworkradio.net/2016/05/553-2016-05-22/
I look forward to leading an evening on listening in relation to my sound work. A sound walk with crickets to explore the city -a digital re-enactment of an trend of carry crickets for their song (previously explored in my collaborative work Regresses)
13 April 2016, 6.30pm
Free, limited availability, RSVP online.
Image credit: ivanwalsh.com – creative commons attribution
A new sound installation 'Pillars' at Profound Sound Festival.
Payers Park slide, Saturday 13th Feb, 12-7,
A performance of musical pillars from the 500 year old Vittala temple situated in Hampi, India. The temple was designed with granite stone pillars that, in addition to holding up the roof, were positioned and shaped to resonate different musical notes when played. They are sounded using a tapping technique, similar to that of playing a piano. In effect the entire structure is one large musical instrument, which is an inspiring example of sonically led architecture.
This sound work is a short composition made from recordings of tour guides re-enacting the historical music played on these pillars. Installed in the MUF architect's Payers Park, the audio performance of musical pillars plays out from within a 'sonic structure', a pipe and horn half submerged in the hillside.
Profound Sound presents an eclectic programme of live bands, experimental music, installation sound art, theatre, talks and workshops. We invite you to explore new sounds, new ways of hearing and consider the future of our audio landscape in a series of events show-casing some of Kent’s finest contemporary artists and musicians.
Feb 12 & 13
A co-creator of, and cyclist in the herd of sonic animals stampeding to the Climate March London - with the Bicrophonic Research Institute.
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