Articles tagged with: Locative-media
Locativeaudio 2013 is a collaborative project including simultaneous soundwalks, and interactive works exploring geolocative audio and media in the urban context. It is a practice-led project which investigates human interaction with cities from a sonic perspective, connecting the urban experience with the ritual of the concert hall, art gallery or museum and back.
Open call for participation to A knocking bird / an alternative exploration of Sint-Niklaas with
May 3 to May 10, 2013 – Sint-Niklaas (Belgium)
Within the framework of the project, A knocking bird, residents and European visitors to
Sint-Niklaas are invited to explore the city in a search for nature, together with sound artists
of notours.org and WIT Urban Team (www.wit-urbanteam.com) during a stay in Sint-
Anybody interested can apply for free travel, accommodation and meals for one week to
participate to this residency and for this event.
This alternative tour of the city, experimenting with …
Locative Audio – a film by Angela Guyton for locativeaudio.org from NOVARS Research Centre on Vimeo.
The Locative Audio event at NOVARS Manchester covered a number of sonic-centric projects in the city of Manchester, UK, and beyond, with a focus on the concept “City as Museum /City as Instrument” through sound.
These projects took advantage of Location-based Audio and other Interactive Media and Game-Engine Technologies, combined with music composition and computer music. Composers wanted to take a step forward the way we interact with cities and people and learn from other agents …
Serendipity, a sound drift to the origins of modernity.
Serendipityis a sound narrative geolocated in the civil cemetery of Ceares, Gijón, Asturias. It is a fragmented story recorded in soundtracks located in this cemetery that proposes to solve a crime that took place in Gijon in the late 19th century.
The sound narrative axis is Simona Margarita’s telling, a historian specialized in feminism who is preparing a thesis on the figure of Rosario de Acuña, a mostly unknown feminist Spanish pioneer from the nineteenth century. During her research, Margarita discovers an …
MANTIS first ever Audioguide Tour in Collaboration with noTours and Escoitar.org!
A project supported by CITIES@MANCHESTER and the MANTIS Festival at University of Manchester.
more details: http://mantisfestival.com/
This yearÂ´s Manchester Mantis Festival was dedicated to the concept ofÂ ‘Sonic Meta-Ââ€ontology‘, encapsulating a number or newly created compositions, sonic events, plus binaural and ambisonics field-Ââ€recording trip
compositions across the City of Manchester and the North West of England. ‘Manchester’s Sonic Meta-Ââ€ontology‘ explores whether there is really such thing as a ‘Manchester sound’ and if so, what is it, can we experience it, and can …