Date: June 28th, 2018
Time: 18:00 – 21.00
Venue: IKLECTIK (Directions)
Free / donations to IKLECTIK on the door
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The London College of Communication, LCC, UAL, and Points of Listening, CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Art Practice), present: Invisible Symposium.
This symposium seeks to reach through works and words the invisible of sound.
Between sound works and talks the symposium aims to discuss and perform the invisible in politics, the everyday, in ecology and in creative practice: to see what sound could show us, and how it could make us think the possible of an audible world.
It brings to a public forum ideas and practices developed in a week of collaborative working, involving staff and students from the Musrara School of Art and Society, Jerusalem, the Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and the Sound Arts program at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, hosted by LCC.
Works by the students produced during the week, staff responses and their own research, as well as presentations and sound works by CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Art Practice) researchers and doctoral students, and specially invited guests, perform between practice and research, sound and language to propose what the invisible might be, what it might mean and contribute to what we do and what we think about the world.
Fari Bradly, Kate Carr, Thomas Gardner, Kiki Keren-Hus, Brandon LaBelle, Matt Parker, J. Milo Taylor, David Toop, Salomé Voegelin, Mark Peter Wright, with Julian Brown, Chase Coley, Steven Walker and students.
MA Sound Arts, London College of Communication, UAL, in association with CRiSAP Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice a University of the Arts London research centre, based at London College of Communication, dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice. The centre’s aim is to extend the development of the emerging disciplinary field of sound arts and to encourage the broadening and deepening of the discursive context in which sound arts is practised and Points of Listening (PoL) a monthly programme of experimental workshops, activities and discussions based in and around London, co-convened by Salomé Voegelin and Mark Peter Wright. PoL seeks to promote and investigate listening together: to perform a ‘musica practica’ of listening across disciplines. It is an expanded and nomadic arena for practice and research that facilitates experimental scenarios with a participatory and performative emphasis.