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PEN PROCESS EVENT: A must listen!

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"Wylde, Gillian" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wylde, Gillian

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Wed, 10 Mar 2010 12:16:08 +0000

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OPEN PROCESS EVENT TONIGHT: WEDNESDAY 10 MARCH

TONIGHT SOUNDART RADIO 102.5fm  6pm listen live  http://www.soundartradio.org.uk

Mapping out the Sonic Unconscious: Discussion and Sound Works emerging from the search for the sonic unconscious. Part of Petra Klusmeyer's OPEN PROCESS series at Dartington Gallery, University College Falmouth, Dartington Campus.

with participation from Ariane Delaunois, David Strang, Joe Scarffe, Rosalind Holgate Smith, Sebastian Hau Walker.

Hosted by David Strang's Surface Sound Series on Soundart Radio.


As part of the OPEN PROCESS series at Dartington Gallery, University College Falmouth, Dartington Campus, Petra Klusmeyer sets out to investigates questions in regard to auditory and psychological aspects of spatiality. What is the relationship between sound, space and memory? How does sound influence the perception and representation of space, and how can we transcribe auditory memory in ways which interpret individual perspectives and meanings and hereby draw-out the sonic unconscious?


Participants were invited to develop strategies to translate the auditory experience into the gallery space either indiviually or collectively. The focus of this artistic experiment does not lie on sound production and composition; the aim lies on the convergence between sound and artistic practices, i.e., writing, installation, performance to conjure up a topology of unconscious knowing.


***

Petra Klusmeyer is currently a teaching researcher of Sound Studies at the University of the Arts, Bremen and a PhD canditate with SMARTlab, University of East London. She has completed a Master of Fine Arts in Time Arts at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999.

Her work creates an architecture of sound and image associations. Sonic glitches and fragments are reorganized into a sounding detritus of culture. As post-graduate student with SMARTlab, she conducts research in the area of sonic art practices in the expanded field. She investigates the relationship between technology, sound and failure.


Her work has been internationally performed and exhibited such as in 2008 Not Berlin and Not Shanghai, Guangxi Arts Institute Nanning, China; 2006, Dislocate, Trampoline, Tokyo; 2006 Terra Cognita, Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen; 2002, Creation in Movement, Canard Galeria Central, Mexico City; 2002, Music in Me, GAK Bremen; 2001, x-tract: Chicago Sounds, Podewil Berlin; 1999, Groove, Pit &Wave, ZKM Karlsruhe. She has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards such as The Joan Mitchell Foundation Stipend, The School of The Art Institute of Chicago Trustee Scholarship and the 2000 John Quincy Adams Fellowship. Her sound works are published on Staalplaat, Boxmedia und Experimental Sound Studio Chicago.

http://www.petra.klusmeyer.de/






OPEN PROCESS series curated by Helen Pritchard & Gillian Wylde invites artists to explore collaborative processes of doing and making in an experimental lab context.

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