Dates: Thursdays 4th Mar - 11th Mar 7pm - 8pm
A series workshops exploring collaboration, community, sound and listening via Zoom. Participants will work together to share their sound-spaces, sound-objects that have meaning to us, and then improvise with them together in digital space.
The intention is to create micro- communities: part imagined, part real, from our collaborative listening and sound making. All are welcome, no musical skill is necessary to join in with these sessions.
DAN SCOTT is a sound artist and musician working across installation, performance, and participatory practice. His projects include Liberation Through Hearing, outside the Royal Academy in London, Yesterday at Harewood House in Yorkshire, Advantageous Recordings at De La Warr Pavilion, the monthly event Athelstan Sound in Margate, the Sonic Trails series at Tate Modern, and boat-house-theatre (with Tom Adams) at Arc Theatre in Stockton. Dan also works as a sound designer and musician and has collaborated with a number of artists (including Caroline Bergvald and Barbara Walker) on their projects. He works as a visiting lecturer at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where he tutors in sound and scenography, and recently completed a PhD on listening as an artistic practice beyond sound art, focusing on socially-engaged and dialogical art practices.