David Dunn "Insects"
David Dunn "Insects"

Phonography Colloquium 2011

Sound Practice Research

Goldsmiths, University of London

Chaired by John Levack Drever & Emmanuel Spinelli

Map and transport details here
Latest info on the event here
NB: Bring your own headphones to enjoy the binaural event


DAY 1     Tuesday 5 July

From 1.00pm arrive (New Academic Building Concourse)

2.00pm   Welcome and Setting the Agenda: Drever / Spinelli

2.15pm   Presentation: Duncan Whitley on G.D. Parada  (NAB)

2.45pm – 4.00pm   Round Table 1: Jez Riley French, Joao Vasco Paiva, Martin Clarke, Matthew Sansom (NAB Concourse)

4.00pm – 4.30pm   Installations (ongoing):

Ruth Hawkins: Dense Boogie
Marcus Leadley: Reconfiguring Space: Soundscape and Perception
Lucia H. Chung: Folding

4.30pm   Chris DeLaurenti (teleconf): Of silences intemporally sung: The Found Soundscape of Luigi Nono's 'Fragmente-Stille', an Diotima as performed by the LaSalle Quartet. (NAB)

5.15pm   Installations

6.30pm – 9.00pm   Concert:  Werner Cee / John Levack Drever / Joao Vasco Paiva / Jez Riley French / Duncan Whitley (RHB 167)


DAY 2     Wednesday 6 July

7.30am – 9.30am   Local Soundwalk: John Drever. (Meet in front Rutherford Building, Goldsmiths)

10.00am – 11.00am   Geoff Sample: Recording the Wild: Nature Documentary and Creative Fiction (NAB)

11.30am – 1.00pm   Concert: Martin Clarke / Matthew Sansom / Dawn Scarfe / Emmanuel Spinelli
(RHB 167)

1.00pm – 1.30pm   Installations

1.30pm   Dallas Simpson: presentation and discussion on binaural sound art (bring your own headphones) (Small Cinema)

2.30pm   G Paul Moore: The River Sings: a ‘real time’ audio exhibition installation and talk (RHB 167)

3.30pm – 4.00pm   Installations

4.00pm – 5.00pm   David Dunn (teleconf): Recent Projects
Part 1) Experiments in Ultrasonic Recording; Part 2) The Use of Sound in Controlling Micro-Ecologies (NAB)

5.00pm – 6.00pm   Round Table 2: Ruth Hawkins, Marcus Leadley, Lucia H Chung (NAB Concourse)

6.30 – 9.00pm   Reception & Impro Gig: including Jake Williams and friends (NAB Concourse)


DAY 3    Thursday 7 July

9.30am   Drever: Ochlophonia Hong Kong SAR: audition, speech and feedback from within the crowded soundscape (NAB)

10.10am   Angus Carlyle / Rupert Cox / Kozo Hiramatsu: “Air Pressure” - the acoustic environment of the last remaining farmer and his family living at the end of Japan's Narita airport runway. A collaboration between an acoustic scientist, a sound-artist and an anthropologist. (NAB)

11.00am – 11.30am   Break

11.30am   John Wynne talk (JD): The relationships between field recording and voice, and between manipulated and unmanipulated material in Wynne’s large scale projects working with endangered languages and transplant patients. (NAB)

12.10pm  Emmanuel Spinelli: Footsteps in the Wind: A soundscape study of Krakow, Kazimierz, and Auschwitz."From the Hejnał Mariacki to Schindler's factory; from Kazimierz to the touristic noise of Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau" (NAB)

1.00pm – 1.30pm   Bill Thompson: Performance installation: Shifting Currents. Performed by Bill T hompson, Clarie M Singer and Lucia H Chung. The work explores recorded electromagnetic fields collected from 4 different cities. (RHB 167)

2.00pm – 2.40pm   Iain Foreman: Can Phonography Bear Witness? (NAB)

2.40pm – 3.20pm   Mark Peter Wright: Talk on VENT, an ongoing collection of field recordings that capture the sound of ventilation noise
from various areas of London.

3.20pm – 4.00pm   Break

4.00pm – 5.00pm   Annea Lockwood (teleconf): Sound Maps (NAB)

5.00pm – 6.00pm   Round Table 3 and concluding discussion: John Levack Drever, Emmanuel Spinelli, Helen Frosi and guests (NAB Concourse)

6.30pm – 9.00pm   Concert: Emmanuel Spinelli, John Wynne, Mark Peter Wright, Chris Cook, Janie Armour & Tom Slater (RHB 167)