We are delighted to say that after a rigorous journey through a voting system and a 2 day sandpit and pitching marathon (led by Ximena Alarcon and supported by Cathy Lane) CRiSAP has been awarded funding from JISC as the first phase of funding towards the development of the project SOUND MATTERS: A FRAMEWORK FOR THE CREATIVE USE AND RE-USE OF SOUND.
We are inviting interdisciplinary scholars and artists who work specifically with Field Recordings and Speech, to share their experiences of their research and creative process, specifically when interrogating the sound material, and to practice relational listening (listening to many sounds at once as a form of creation and analysis). During April we are interviewing a number of leaders in the area of Field Recording and Speech; in the month of May we will invite many other scholars, students, and artists, to an online discussion to offer their views about selected issues of working with sound; in June, we will run a Co-Design workshop to bring together an ideal framework.
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