University of Brighton Research Week Nov 16-20
Paul Sermon: Hang the VJ
Date: Thursday 19th November
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Where: Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Team Group Join Code: 0vun4f6
Staff and students welcome.
18 September 2020, 5-7.45pm (BST)
Two-day ticket: £10/£6 concessions
Online via Zoom
- Paul Davies, sound designer of We Need to Talk About Kevin, Hunger, and You Were Never Really Here, discussing his cinematic soundtracks with up-and-coming director and collaborator Aneil Karia (Surge, 2020 – starring Ben Whishaw).
- Haroon Mirza, Venice Biennial’s ‘Most Promising Artist’, talking about sound understood as electrical signals and exploring the musical dimensions of ritual and celebration.
- Composer Dr Lucy Harrison and curator/author Dr Kersten Glandien discussing their findings in Sound Art and Sound Design fields and how those relate to Filmic and Architectural spaces.
OPEN CALL FOR the FIELD KITCHEN ACADEMY Educational Residency at WÜSTEN BUCHHOLZ, near BERLIN, GERMANY
15 August – 9 September 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE for SCHOLARSHIP and PARTICIPATION: 22 June 2020, 23:59
Open call for an educational residency with:
BILL FONTANA (composer and video artist),
HANS PETER KUHN (sound and visual artist),
SEBASTIAN MULLAERT a.k.a MINILOGUE (producer and DJ),
OVE HOLMQVIST (sound artist),
HANS ROSENSTRÖM (sound artist),
STEFFI WEISMANN (sound artist),
JI WOO & SUN WOO (Zen masters) and
PROF. DR. URSULA KOCH (Neurophysiologist)
Chef in Residence: EMRAH TAŞ
Selection committee: Peter Cusack, Ali M. Demirel, Juliana Hodkinson, Mario Asef and Ece Pazarbaşı.
The FIELD KITCHEN ACADEMY is an interdisciplinary educational residency programme that gathers artists/ creative minds, a resident chef and prominent experts from different fields together around a kitchen table through mind-opening acts and actions.
On its second edition, a total of 11 interdisciplinary residents will be selected to join the upcoming FIELD KITCHEN ACADEMY in its three modules. Curated by Ece Pazarbaşı, this year, under the title of THE CURIOUS LOOP, we will use the notion of loops-in-sound as a gateway to other concepts of repetition, offering a variety of individual and collective experiences. Loops represent a time that is suspended, which is a compressed source of the past, present and the future. The loop also oscillates between the known and the unknown; as for the viewer and listener it could unfold to a future of known (as it repeats the same material over and over again), but also it may relate to an unknown (as surprises are always welcome), and one never knows if the loop will be broken with an unknown sound or visual component – no matter how well defined and repeated the loop has developed in the past. If one cannot step into the same river twice, and if one opens to perception with all senses, what differences can we find in each loop?
Composed of three intertwined modules that allow for different durations in the residency, the program is open to application from all disciplines and all walks of life. The selected residents will have the opportunity of pursuing processes of experimentation, discussion, trial and error, the progression of knowledge, and know-how in working sessions during the first 3 weeks. The last half week will be the ‘simmering’ period where the residents are expected to do NOTHING but only LISTENING.
** The outcome of the Field Kitchen Academy’s three working sessions will be presented as part of The Curious Loop Public Program. The Public Program is partially supported by Musikfonds and Die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.
Location: GUTSHAUS WÜSTEN-BUCHHOLZ, Perleberg, Germany / app. 2 hrs. away from Berlin. Selected participants will be announced by 6 July 2020.
For more information on the modules, the team, and application:
“The show is a celebration of this year’s graduates’ ideas, creativity and originality – as all graduate shows are, but this year it is also a celebration of their resilience, their tenacity and determination to keep going…’
Well done to all the DMSA 2020 graduates!
Watch Simon McBurney’s binaural theatre piece ‘The Encounter’ here until Friday 22nd May.
Showreel of DMSA students’ Sound Art works (2003-2019) as curated by Dr Kersten Glandien
with Graeme Miller
16:30-18.00pm Edward Street, Room 309 – 3rd Floor
Artist Graeme Miller looks at a trajectory of works that are linked by their unsolicited nature from night-walks across Birmingham to bell-ringing in Paris and onto his most recent voyage across Europe on an improvised rail dolly, Wild Car.
Miller’s international work spans film-making, sonic composition, installation, and performance, but common strands emerge about place and presence, witnessing and situation.
For more info on Graeme Miller see:
Lighthouse presents The Space in Sound: a day of talks and an evening performance exploring ways sound can occupy space.
This will take place at The Old Market on 25th March 2020.
They’ve offered us a discounted group price of 10 tickets for the price of 9. If we do a group booking this would mean we could get tickets for the symposium and the evening performances for £22.50 per person.
Please get in touch with me if you’re interested in taking advantage of this discount.