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GET SOME CHALK ON YOUR BOOTS – interview

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Download here the interview I made on the occasion of the Get Some Chalk On Your Boots! exhibition. The interview has been published on the catalogue of the exhibition and briefly sum up the main findings that lay at the core of my sound ethnography project The Sound of Normalisation investigating the sound culture of the ultras group BRESCIA 1911.

SOUND AND TRESPASSING



Download here the notes that I produced for the soundwalk at CTM in Berlin. The walk was meant to find connections between listening and new geographies, the topic of the CTM festival. The notes briefly sketch the possibility to think about space from a sonic point of view and use sound propagation as a model for moving, creating, and trespassing space. The walk took place on the 30th of january 2016 in Kottbusser Tor and was prepared in collaboration with Carsten Stabenow.

LISTENING POLITICS IN THE CITY OF LONDON

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Written in the form of a theatre script, my contribution to the book “On Listening” tells about the adventures of an attentive listener who is trying to capture the acoustic quality of a strictly surveilled area situated in the financial centre of London. READERS ARE INVITED TO PERFORM THE SCRIPT AROUND THE BARBICAN ESTATE (and/or any other residential estate property). DOWNLOAD THE PDF VERSION OF MY TEXT. The book is edited by Angus Carlyle and Cathy Lane and published by RGAP / CRiSAP. More about the book on the CRiSAP website.

IN THE FIELD – INTERVIEW

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This book includes an interview where I talk about my personal way of taking sound recording. The main themes that I discuss in the interview are: 1) the recordist as a performer 2) the act of recording as an intervention, and 3) the relational approach to the field. //// DOWNLOAD THE INTERVIEW \\\\ Order the book here.