We look into how listening as culture can be seen without referencing music and socially engaging sound activities. We choose to think of culture in this context as a meaning that is drawn towards the metaphor and beyond the listener and the listened to.

 

PHONO-DOC scans how culture developed from phonography and listening practices. FINNEGAN'S WAKE realises the famous novel's innate sonic qualities whilst SOUNDS OF PLANTS translates the real-time biological processes of plants into a strangely captivating sound experience. YOU USED TO CALL ME ON MY CELLPHONE invites listeners to a personal live sound performance on their phones whilst through the fascinating PSYCHOACOUSTICS & SONIC ILLUSIONS listeners will test the ambiguity of their perception.

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Thursdays 16:00

17th Sept - 8th Oct

PHONO-DOC

Exploring the possible capabilities of phonography and listening in catalysing social reconfgurations.

JUAN CASTRILLO

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Mondays 19:00

14th Sept - 28th Sept

LISTENING TO plants

Listen to the music created by plants via an analysis and transformation of subtle biological fluctuations.

FAHMI MURSYID

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Wednesdays 8pm 14th - 28th Oct

 

FINNEGAN'S WAKE

Extracts of Finnegan's Wake delivered through the reader's intuition rather than by any logical order, creating an audio-book style journey based on sonic expression rather than story or narrative.

 

Repeated: Fridays 5pm 4th - 18th Dec

SINÉAD O'NEILL

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Saturday 7th Nov 19:30

YOU USED TO CALL ME ON YOUR CELL PHONE

Every audience member is called up individually on the telephone and performed to for a short period of time.

DORON SADJA

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Available anytime

A HISTORY OF SOUND ART

A unique informative retrospective streaming video covering a century of Sound Art.

J MILO TAYLOR 

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Tuesdays 19:30 

3rd Nov - 15th Dec

PSYCHOACOUSTICS AND SONIC ILLUSION

Turns your computer to a psychoactive audio-visual delivery system using sound and light.

J MILO TAYLOR