The Centre for Sound Technology and Culture
Department of Music
February Research Colloquium
Date: Saturday 12th February 2022.
Time: 11:00AM – 20:00PM
Venue: SIML, GO5, St James Hatcham Church (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Register for your FREE ticket here: https://tinyurl.com/MusicGoldxCSTC
The second instalment of what we hope will become a regular platform for student and staff research and practice will take place on the 12th of February 2022. Students and staff from the departments of music, computing and MCCS will perform, share research or creative work which engages with the theme of “assemblages and their affordances (sonic, embodied, technological, instrumental),” in collaboration with the Goldsmiths Music department.
The Centre for Sound, Technology and Culture was created to explore the technological and cultural aspects of sound. It is concerned with research and in particular, research as practice, performance and discussion. The centre maps the diversity of thinking across the sonic landscape, from sound studies to musical performance, from sound art to the sociology of music, from historical soundscapes to digital musicology. CSTC draws on and consolidates a wide range of interests in sound across different departments, centres and units within the college. Research colloquiums such as this aim to facilitate opportunities for students and staff to share, discuss and engage across departments and disciplines.
We hope you can join us on the 12th February.
11:00 – Opening remarks
1. Atau Tanaka
11:30 – Session 1
1. Jenn Kirby – Talk and performance on hybrid design approaches to aid posthuman expression and challenge the human-machine dichotomy in electronic music performance.
2. Jilliene Sellner and members of Heya Collective – Film Screening of “Blue Spaces”and Zoom discussion with Jillienne (Hastings), Nour Sokhon (Beruit), and Ayse Zaynep Hatipoglu (Istanbul)
12:30 – Coffee Break
12:45 – Session 2
1. Beatrice Vorster – Rhythm as Aliveness: talk and screening
2. Regan Bowering – Talk Technologies of Feeling: The production/ reproduction of everyday rhythms in 1960s Jazz.
3. Response & discussion with Julian Henriques
13:45 – Session 3
1. Rachel Heavey – Pre-recorded talk
14:15 - Lunch Break
15:30 – Session 4
1. Khabat Abas – Talk and performance: Celloness: Shadows and Projections of an Embodied Practice.
2. Pete Furniss – Talk: Reassembling the instrumentalist as embodied participatory space and Performance of: P Furniss An errant soothing (2017)
16:40 – Break
17:00 – Evening sessions
1. Adam Bohman – Interview with Stephen Graham and short performance
2. Isidora Edwards – Performance and talk - How have women shaped their relationship with machines and acoustic devices from performativity, materiality and imagination?
3. Hardi Kurda – Talk and performance: Listening to The Found Scores
4. Iris Garrelfs – Talk and performance of “Lauschen”
19:00 – Open discussion, Closing remarks
19:30 – A trip to the pub!