Oslo Research Visit

Images shows Tond Magg holding small traffic cones

The LxDII team recently visited Oslo to speak with project partner Trond Maag who works with Urbanidentity, a collaborative research group that emphasizes listening, in particular when performed during soundwalks, as vital to planning and designing the everyday city. We discussed the complexities of noise, architectural interventions and the method of soundwalking as an experiential … Continued

Wellcome Collection Research Visit

Today we had an inspiring research visit to The Wellcome Collection in preparation for our keynote lecture as part of Sounding the Archive, an early career research masterclass taking place at the Wellcome Collection on June 28th, 2019. We will be discussing and performing with specific items from the catalogue collections as a way to … Continued

UAL Interviews

We have been interviewing various sound arts practitioners at University of the Arts, London during Phase One of the research. These interviews are forming vital research into the ways in which artists listen, how their listening is informed and what they might be listening for. The interviews will eventually form part of a radio series … Continued

Workshop on Listening Methods

Image shows students holding a spectrogram and discussing what they might hear in the image

Prof. Salomé Voegelin, Prof. Anna Barney and Dr. Mark P. Wright co-designed and led a workshop with MA Sound Arts students at London College of Communication. The session explored the ways in which students listen to specific examples from sound arts and the sciences; what methods and approaches are employed; how identification can aid or … Continued