Day 03 – scenes to systems

Aboutness – an installation by Marco Mellis

Opening in B28, Lauriston Place at 6pm on the 29th November “Aboutness” is a word by which the philosopher Arthur Danto tries to express the potentially infinite constellation of connections, relationships and ideas that one can experience in front of

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Aboutness – an installation by Marco Mellis

Opening in B28, Lauriston Place at 6pm on the 29th November “Aboutness” is a word by which the philosopher Arthur Danto tries to express the potentially infinite constellation of connections, relationships and ideas that one can experience in front of

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Jules Rawlinson – less than the parts of its sums

….it’ll (perhaps) be related to form(s) and code(s)… Jules is a graduate of the MSc Sound Design, he has a PhD in composition and is a teaching fellow at the University of Edinburgh. More information about Jules is here: www.pixelmechanics.com/

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Jules Rawlinson – less than the parts of its sums

….it’ll (perhaps) be related to form(s) and code(s)… Jules is a graduate of the MSc Sound Design, he has a PhD in composition and is a teaching fellow at the University of Edinburgh. More information about Jules is here: www.pixelmechanics.com/

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Concert – listening systems

Adam Linson and Owen Green: Duet For Various Kinds of Ear

Marco Donnarumma: Ominous

Disinformation: National Grid

Book tickets here: wisd-day-03-concert.eventbrite.com

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Concert – listening systems

Adam Linson and Owen Green: Duet For Various Kinds of Ear

Marco Donnarumma: Ominous

Disinformation: National Grid

Book tickets here: wisd-day-03-concert.eventbrite.com

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Annette Davison – Main title (and end credit) sequences for television serials and audio branding

“I research music for stage and screen. I’m based in the Reid School of Music, but I also do some teaching on the University’s MSc in Film Studies. I like watching telly….” Information about some of the other things that

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Annette Davison – Main title (and end credit) sequences for television serials and audio branding

“I research music for stage and screen. I’m based in the Reid School of Music, but I also do some teaching on the University’s MSc in Film Studies. I like watching telly….” Information about some of the other things that

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Panel discussion – (un)natural systems and (de)composition: abstraction, reducibility and audibility

Sound is an experience of inhabitation. It is a sign of organisms and materials in interaction, of the formation, flow and dissolution of systems. This experience is historically, culturally, socially, materially situated: our sonic experience is embroiled with the systems

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Panel discussion – (un)natural systems and (de)composition: abstraction, reducibility and audibility

Sound is an experience of inhabitation. It is a sign of organisms and materials in interaction, of the formation, flow and dissolution of systems. This experience is historically, culturally, socially, materially situated: our sonic experience is embroiled with the systems

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Keynote – David Hendy – Noise: constructing soundscapes from the distant past

David Hendy presented the recent 30-part series ‘Noise: a Human History’ on BBC Radio 4. In it, he explored the history of sound and listening. He and his producer Matt Thompson set themselves the challenge of trying, as far as

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Keynote – David Hendy – Noise: constructing soundscapes from the distant past

David Hendy presented the recent 30-part series ‘Noise: a Human History’ on BBC Radio 4. In it, he explored the history of sound and listening. He and his producer Matt Thompson set themselves the challenge of trying, as far as

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