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Only Expansion and Soundwalk weekend

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Bristol, UK

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16 - 19 Sep, 2021

In the lead up to COP 26 and as part of Sound Walk September Duncan Speakman’s augmented audio walk Only Expansion will be hosted at Watershed, Bristol alongside a range of works, talks and experiences exploring cultural responses to ecology and climate change by artists including Kathy Hinde and Katy Connor.
From spatial audio workshops and hydrophone listening walks to visual exhibitions and guides to a range of sound walks in the South West, come and visit The Workshop at the Watershed (entrance is along from Watershed main entrance, next door to Mackensie’s Bar) between 2pm-7pm from Thursday 16th-Sunday 19th Sep.

Duncan Speakman

Duncan Speakman

SWS Advisory Board Member 2020 SWS Advisory Board Member 2021

Duncan Speakman (UK 1976) trained as a sound engineer at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, and is now based at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol. Often working with mobile audio and locative media, he creates narrative experiences that engag...

Near Bristol, UK

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