Hannah and I are taking our Laziness Lounge to Soundling Festival this Sunday - performing it through a sonic game of cards as Sonic Sloth
With anti-work theory texts and sounds of relaxation, we'll be sounding out a space for consideration of a life without 'jobs'.
We're on at 1.30, Canvas Cafe, Brick Lane. Full details here.
There's a great line up through the rest of the festival too - Riot Ensemble & Heather Roche, Cath Roberts, Dee Byrne, Ute Kanngiesser, Crystabel Riley, Ingrid Plum, Poulomi Desai, a Free Improv Workshop, a Turntable Workshop which includes works by; Jennifer Walshe, Pauline Oliveros, Ingrid Plum and Ryoko Akama and a pop up record store on Sunday too.
The festival is celebrating new music created by non-cis-male artists as a response to growing social concerns over equality in the arts and worldwide. Full details here.
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.
Either / Or
A collaborative performance with Hannah Kemp-Welch at FirstSite Gallery.
More info soon.
A co-creator of, and cyclist in the herd of sonic animals stampeding to the Climate March London - with the Bicrophonic Research Institute.
Research and training trip.
November 19-21, 2015
To Locus Sonus for their Mobile Audio Fest, as a part of my role at CRiSAP.
5 & 6 September, London Fields, Hackney.
A group sonic cycling event by the Bicrophonic Research Institute (BRI). 10 sonic bikes, 10 bicrophonic artist and 10 new sound works.
A sonic bike is "a bicycle with frame mounted speakers carrying sounds and music that will change and play dependent on where and how fast the cyclist goes, using our sonic bike to GPS software system. The sonic bike was invented by Kaffe Matthews and has evolved over 10 years of international projects".
My work explores the built environment; the planning, implications and possible uses of our city spaces, taking you on a journey into imaginary spaces and back. The first part of the work is plotted to a set route out of the north end of the park, the second part is plotted in a free form style across a mesh of streets to the east of the park, here you can ride, explore and make your own route through the streets and sounds. Follow the development of my work on my blog http://lisa--hall.blogspot.co.uk/.
Come and ride! Bikes can be collected from the stall in London Fields and used for 20 minutes to explore and hear a work. Free, deposit required. 11am - 5pm.
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.
I'll be performing fluxus event scores during Christian Marclay's exhibition at White Cube Gallery.
For older blog posts: www.lisa--hall.blogspot.com