Von: Joseph Kohlmaier
Betreff: Field Recording summer school, London 10–13 September 2012
Datum: 24. August 2012 15:34:38 MESZ
Registration is now open for Field Studies, 10–13 September 2012 http://field-studies.org.
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Tutors: Brandon LaBelle, Lee Patterson, Davide Tidoni.
Keynote talks from Christina Kubisch and Joseph Kohlmaier
Contributions from John Dack (Middlesex) and Helen Frosi (SoundFjord, London)
Field Studies is a four-day summer-school led by three acclaimed sound artists and composers. It explores the possibilities of engaging with places through listening, and working with recorded sound as a creative and practical tool in architecture as well as composition and art practice.
Field Studies is open to everyone with an interest in sound and the environment. The course syllabus is aimed more specifically at architects and urbanists, composers, and artists, but open to students from a broad variety of backgrounds and professions. It is suitable both for those who are new to working with recorded sound as a medium, as well as those who already have an established practice in this field.
Field Studies is taught in the form of parallel masterclasses led by different tutors, each exploring the topic of sound and listening from different perspectives. Cross-masterclass talks by tutors and visiting speakers and a series of practical workshops on recording techniques complement a programme of sonic-capture field trips, discussions, performances and creative work following a set, but fairly open brief.
Field Studies will run from 10–13 September 2012 at the Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University. The programme is organised by Musarc, a sound and architecture research platform at the Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design (ASD), London Metropolitan University, and led by Joseph Kohlmaier.
Keynote speakers 2012: Christina Kubisch and Joseph Kohlmaier
The cost of field studies is £290.00 for professionals, £250.00 students/scholarships.
To find out more and to register, visit http://field-studies.org