Creative Sound and Music Research and Enterprise Group

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Image to illustrate Creative Sound and Music Research and Enterprise Group credit Joshua Clark-LegallienneThe Creative Sound and Music Research and Enterprise Group focuses on sound and music related research across different media, contexts and applications. The aim of the research group is to create an interdisciplinary forum across the University of Brighton, where ideas and practices are brought in dialogue with a common goal to develop strategies for impactful, outward and community facing projects.

By bringing together researchers and practitioners who carry expertise on various areas relating to sound and music, the REG has the following interrelated strands: Creative Sound and Music in Community context;  Music, Popular Culture and Digital Media; Immersive Music, Sound and Spatial Practice ;  Audiovisual Media Research

The above strands aim to address the ongoing research and practice topics of its core members but to also open up to debates relating, among others, to ecology, community engagement, heritage, mental health and well being, gender studies, open source technologies, design and innovation. The group builds upon partnerships with, among others, the Lighthouse, Our Future City, Wired Sussex and Brighton Digital Festival to host events that create awareness and impact around the group’s research topics.

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guardianship Social Sciences
music Social Sciences
vegetables Social Sciences
ecology Social Sciences
system of action Social Sciences
Sound Arts & Humanities
coverage Social Sciences
social actor Social Sciences

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Projects 2017 2019

Research Output 2010 2019

Eye contact with the City: A discourse on contemporary urban sounds

Chattopadhyay, B. & Papadomanolaki, M., 2 Jun 2019, In : [In]Transition Journal . 6.2

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Urban Growth

Ljudkonst i rörelse

Translated title of the contribution: Sound Art in Motion Behrendt, F., 2019, Ljudkonst. Stjerna, A. & Engström, A. (eds.). OEI Editör, p. 181-202

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBNChapter

Acoustic Commons - crowd-sourced archiving of real-time sounds

Papadomanolaki, M. & Smith, G., 1 Sep 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Open Access

Activities 2013 2020

MeCCSA - 2020 Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association

Paula Hearsum (Member of programme committee)
8 Jan 202010 Jan 2020

Activity: EventsConference

BBC Radio 3 Production Proposal

Lance Dann (Participant)
18 Dec 2019

Activity: EventsExhibition, performance

Edinburgh University Press (Publisher)

Maria Papadomanolaki (Reviewer)
5 Jul 2019

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial work