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In the Field 2

In the Field 2

Over eighty international presenters will contribute a diverse range of insights across peer reviewed presentations, workshops, sound and video works. Topics including acoustic witnessing, technology and ethics, critical fieldcraft, multi-sensory listening, memory, archives and more will forge unique and timely interventions into the changing methods, aesthetics and debates that infuse the field.

Registration starts at 09.30 each day, the event runs until approximately 18.30

There will also be an exhibition with a listening room and video screening room available throughout the event. (Exhibitors to be announced)

Indicative panels are as follows (NB this is subject to change).

Thursday 4 July 2024

(Includes parallel sessions)

CRiSAP Welcome and Introductory Panel 

Placing the Field 

Anton Spice, Gabriele de Seta, Nele Möller, Sally Ann McIntyre

Capturing and Releasing Lifeworlds

Emiddio Vasquez, Jonathan Prior & Sandra Jasper, Leena Lee & Guillermo Guevara, Rachel Shearer

Hearing Criticalities: Layers in Space and Time 

Allie Martin, Chantal Eyong, Hector MacInnes,Ingeborg Entrop

Concrete and Abstract: Pressing Record and Activating Collections

Daryl Jamieson, Dayang Magdalena Nirvana Yraola, Gustavo Branco Germano and Fernando Iazzetta, Mark Rohtmaa-Jackson & Björt Sigfinnsdóttir 

Memory Machines: Inclusion, Ethics, Authenticity

Lakehal Lila, Matt Lewis, Mitchell Akiyama, Nathan Wolek, Neil Spencer Bruce

Friday 5 July 2024

(Includes parallel sessions)

The Social Lives of Sounds

David Vélez, Kate Carr, Lisa Hall, Spencer MINQ Carter

Listening, Relistening, Reflecting, Resisting 

Amias Hanley, Nombuso Mathibela & Sibonelo Gumede, Paulo Dantas, Pragya Sharma

Performing Archives, Hearing Histories, Tuning Technologies

Alexander Collinson, Gisa Weszkalnys, Maja Zećo, Rachel Grant & William Otchere-Darko, Jonas Spieker, Nicol Parkinson

Amplification, Attention, Reception 

Anandit Sachdev, Jacek Smolicki, Jess Pinney, Julia Barton 

Interference, Energy, Technology, Polyphony

Bariya: Pratyush Pushkar and Riya Raagini, Julian Weaver, Matt Parker, Soundcamp: Dawn Scarfe, Grant Smith, Mort Drew & Sasha Baraister 

Bodies, Care and Ghosts 

Banu Çiçek Tülü, Helen Anahita Wilson, Joanna Penso, Leon Clowes 

Sensory Collaborations

Ecka Mordecai, GUI Ren and Ryo Ikeshiro, Samuel Hertz, Tania Rubio

Sonic Ethnographies 

Anna Vermeulen, Eisuke Yanagisawa, Karl Salzmann, Tilly Mason

Saturday 6 July 2024

Audio Channels: Swarms, Streams, Samples, Dummy Heads

David Michael & Michael Clemow, Ecka Mordecai & Rory Salter, John Grzinich, Lia Mazzari 

Localities and Elsewheres

alejandro t. acierto, Moushumi Bhowmik, Peter Cusack, Robert O. Beahrs, Safeya Alblooshi

Acoustic Witnessing 

Alejandro Castillejo-Cuéllar, Alexander Vojvoda & Korab Krasniqi, Lara James & Leah Kardos, Luz Maria Sanchez Cardona

With four workshops happening throughout the day:

Playing Back

Beth Robertson

The Eurovision Field Recording Project

Chase Coley

The Things You Hear And The Stories You Write About Them

Travis Yu

Our shared georhythms: bodies, scores, mixtures (muddy workshop 2.0)

MUD Collective

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4 Jul, 2024 · All day

Hosted by: CRiSAP (Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice), University of the Arts London in collaboration with the British Library.
London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, Elephant & Castle, London SE1 6SB, UK

Field recording

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Sound arts

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GPS, geo-poetic system

Geo-poetic system was a term coined by Lucy Frears during locative media art research (published 2017). The basis of geopoetics, a theory and practice developed by Scottish philosopher and poet Kenneth White, is to connect humans to the lines of the earth (White cited in McManus 2007: 183), or ‘what’s out there’ (Ingold 1993; 154; White 2005: 200; White 2006: 9). The contact White describes is often between the human mind and the earth, what he calls ‘landscape-mindscape’ (Legendre 2011: 121). Because of the embodied nature of locative media experiences using a smartphone in landscape for these walking art experiences using gps technologies Frears expanded this notion to being ‘landscape-mindscape-bodyscape’ (2017).

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