A nice article about the exhibition Translating Ambiance that Salomé Voegelin and I made the sound & text installation, 'And it tastes like hair', for. Curator Jordan Lacey interviewed by Foreground.
Read the article online here: https://www.foreground.com.au/culture/sound-in-the-city-translating-ambiance/
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.
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
on March 27th 6.30 - 9pm
Collaboration with a fashion designer, a moving audio performance sited on the models as they moved through the galleries.
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