It was a real honour to be invited to give a presentation on my PhD research for the London College of Communication Sound Arts Visiting Practitioners Research Series. Watch it back below –
In June, I gave a listening workshop for Science Gallery London, on the evening of the opening of their exhibition Dark Matter. In response the intangibility of dark matter, the workshop investigated ultrasonic listening. Following a series of activations and a listening meditation, participants explored the gallery spaces by means of bat detectors. Here’s the workshop description: […]
I was one of a selection of artists invited by Marion Harrison and East Street Arts to spend time working in and testing their new Leeds space, Convention House. My residency intended to use sound and listening as methods for engaging with and understanding the site. I led daily listening workshops in the space with […]
For the second instalment of their instalment of their Alternate Languages series, the Royal Academy of Arts programmed a series of engagements and installations throughout their public spaces. I was invited to give a Spatial Listening workshop and to create a site-specific installation. My Spatial Listening publication was also launched in their bookshop.
As part of a weekend of programming by the Royal Academy at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, I was invited to conduct a series of Spatial Listening workshops at the British Pavilion. Alternate Languages responded to the theme of ‘Freespace‘ by investigating alternate approaches to experiencing and engaging with architecture. Aside from my practice, Suzi Willson led sessions […]