A certain georgraphy is a listening workshop in the form of a remote soundwalk. A roamer sends a live audio stream from a remote location to an audience listening in a different space. The transmitter and the receivers listen in collaboration, communicating their experiences via twitter. The experience is further supported by a projected text-based video score. The workshop exposes listening to and poses questions about in situ and remote soundscapes;; how do we listen solitarily and in collaboration;; what is the role of the body (or the absence of it), memory, conversation, text/writing and play in enacting critical forms of listening to the environment?
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jun 2017|
|Event||Sound + Environment: Art | Science | Listening | Collaboration - University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom|
Duration: 29 Jun 2017 → 2 Jul 2017
|Conference||Sound + Environment|
|Period||29/06/17 → 2/07/17|