In this episode, we’re slowing down and opening our ears to our surrounds.
We hear a clip from a lecture by Philip Samartzis (sound artist and Artistic Director of the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture), speaking at RMIT Design Hub about Super Field. Kate Rhodes and Fleur Watson, co-curators at RMIT Design Hub, talk to us about the exhibition. We also hear artworks in this episode taken from Super Field - an exhibition conceived by the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture in collaboration with RMIT Design Hub.
Audiovisual artist and Operations Director of the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture, Madelynne Cornish, talks to us about listening, and the unexpected joy of a sound she couldn’t record.
Also in this episode, and interview with Leah Barclay (Director of the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology). We also hear excerpts from her sound works ‘Mary River’ and ‘Subterranean Sketch’.
An excerpt was taken from the audio of Martin Kay’s listening walk from Walking Brunswick - a partnership between Avant Whatever and the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology.
Thanks to Ben Byrne for supplying the audio. We heard some audio from Sound Field, recorded and supplied to us by Arup. More from that project in the next episode.
Super Field artworks:'Kevataika - A Time Slice from The Taiga' - Chris Watson‘Kosciusko Chalet Chairlift’ - Matthew Quomi and Madelynne Cornish‘Transmuted Signal’ - Philip Samartzis
Supercast music is composed by After Midnight Limonata, and supplied to us by the Houses in Motion label.
Hosted by Bec Fary, Eugenia Lim and Jana Perković. Produced by Bec Fary.
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