Monthly Archives: October 2012

Magical Touching

A recent edition of the BBC Worldservice programme, The Forum, focussed on ‘The real vs the virtual’. Amongst the guests was Edmund de Waal, potter and author. Bridget Kendall, the host of the programme spoke, rather gushingly, about how holding … Continue reading

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How do we visualise the world through our auditory sense? Does sound shape what we see? [audio http://soundslikenoise.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/sounds-from-an-idealised-world.mp3%5D By combining field-recordings from 4 separate locations Sounds from an Idealised World artificially creates a landscape…

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