01 Apr 2020 | Curated News

The Political Possibility of Sound. Interview with Salomé Voegelin   • Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture

What are the political potentials of listening? How does sound define the crossing of the territories of contemporaneity, of the differences in race, gender, social belonging? Salomé Voegelin continues her analysis on listening practices in her new book. Interview by Leandro Pisano Source: The Political Possibility of Sound. Interview with Salomé Voegelin   • Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture

01 Apr 2020 | Curated News

Eternal Forest Project

Sound artist and film producer Evgenia Emets introduces the Eternal Forest Project  This Friday 3 April 6-8pm GMT on Zoom - free to participate.

28 Mar 2020 | Curated News

Open Call for Leonardo Journal: Music and Sound Art | Leonardo/ISAST

The editors of Leonardo are pleased to announce that beginning in 2021 we will publish 6 issues of Leonardo annually and elevate the visibility of music and sound art with yearlong inclusion. With this, we will be retiring Leonardo Music Journal as a separate publication after Volume 30, December 2020. Source: Open Call for Leonardo Journal: Music and Sound Art | Leonardo/ISAST

28 Mar 2020 | Curated News

A Journey Round my Room (1794 / 1871)

Xavier de Maistre's delightful parody of contemporary travel-writing written while under a six-week house-arrest in Turin. Source: A Journey Round my Room (1794 / 1871) – The Public Domain Review

21 Mar 2020 | Curated News

Spring walking II – walks of kindness by Petra Johnson and Marceau Chenault

One - to - one walks within the vicinity Shanghai Library with the objective of identifying moments of kindness.    The film is a (22 min) meditation on movement and how it agitates the air; on environments and the incipient; on kindness as a technology and kindness as an emotion.  With choreographer/anthropologist Dr. Marceau Chenault and by Dr. Petra Johnson. Shared by Petra Johnson on the WAN - mailing list. [embed]https://vimeo.com/215920711[/embed] meditation on movement and how it agitat

18 Mar 2020 | Curated News

The art of walking – The Strand

In his famous essay, “Walking,” American poet, philosopher, and environmentalist Henry David Thoreau presents the simple act of walking as an art to be mastered. The type of walking Thoreau describes doesn’t serve the practical purpose of getting somewhere; rather, it enables one to engage in contemplation by taking refuge in the sacred space that wilderness represented for him. Source: The art of walking – The Strand

04 Mar 2020 | Curated News

Fowler Museum’s walking tour aims to engage community with LA religious sphere – Daily Bruin

Take a stroll down Vermont Avenue and encounter the Church of Scientology, the first Sikh temple in Los Angeles and an LGBTQ ministry. In an effort to spread awareness about religion in Los Angeles, the Fowler Museum’s curator of Latin American and Caribbean popular arts Patrick A. Source: Fowler Museum's walking tour aims to engage community with LA religious sphere - Daily Bruin

29 Feb 2020 | Curated News

walking through museums – Post-

If we haven’t gone to a museum together, I probably don’t like you very much. This isn’t to say anything against you—I’m sure I’m the problem in our potential relationship. It’s just that, at this point, I feel like I’ve gone to a museum with everyone I know—so many people, in fact, that I feel […] Source: walking through museums - Post-

29 Feb 2020 | Curated News

Des marches, démarches

Des marches, démarches, closing exhibition of this walking event in FRAC Marseille from February till March 2020. In French. Source: Des marches, démarches

21 Feb 2020 | Curated News

Grand Tour – An art walk of 200 km in Catalonia

    [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ty8xbp-Uv4[/embed]   There are several stages during the art walk. In each one an artist or group of artists will share something with the visitors: music, dance, visual arts, poetry… Every day people walk about 15 to 25 kilometers along with an artist or a group of artists who have prepared something for them. The path follows a topographical spiral down and around the region, crossing urban and rural areas, natural landscapes, and seaside or mountain trails. Both during the walk and at stops, the artists perform and make their artistic interventions—poetry, dance, installations, music. Day and night. Source: Grand Tour – Un proyecto de Nau Côclea