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Invisible Places | Sounding Cities Symposium Sound, Urbanism and Sense of Place

Invisible Places | Sounding Cities Symposium  Sound, Urbanism and Sense of Place | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
Invisible Places | Sounding Cities Symposium Sound, Urbanism and Sense of Place Dates: 18 – 20 July, Location: Viseu, Portugal For more information:     Often acoustic space is ignored in the ...
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HOME | THE MATERIAL IMAGINATION: Sound, Space, and Human Consciousness

HOME | THE MATERIAL IMAGINATION: Sound, Space, and Human Consciousness | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
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The Sounding Space Symposium

‘Sound as Measure’ led by Chelsea College of Art and Design, has seen students experimenting with sound as an integral element of interior and spatial design. The Portal has become the focus of a spectacular external light and soundscape, designed as a counterpoint to the sound world inside the Portal.

Central Saint Martins ‘Nomad Lab’ has been looking at the creative potential of working, ‘nomadically’ across different artistic disciplines. Here the Portal has become a conceptual, as well as a physical space. A mixed-discipline postgraduate group has  created trans-disciplinary sound works and participated in practical sessions that deal with data-sonification, audio programming, multi-channel sound and physical computing. The project  involves two student-based commissions and one artist commission.

‘Sound, Place, Memory’, led by London College of Communication, involved workshops and themed talks with contributors drawn from the worlds of acoustic archaeology, sensory geography and anthropology, generating three student compositions and two artist compositions...

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