10 – 5pm recording and editing
10 – 10.30am introduction to the project
10.30am – 3pm circular walk to Bridport and back (with a break for lunch)
10.30am – 3pm recording equipment will also be available in the Salt House for participant who are unable to join the walks.
3 – 5pm sound preparation
6 – 7pm performance
7 – 7.30pm Q&A session
Led by Dr Marcus Leadley and James Bulley, Goldsmiths University, London – David Rogers and Professor Adrian Newton, Dorset.
An encounter with the environment that’s focused on sound and listening. A circular walk from West Bay to Bridport and back. Specialist field recording equipment will be provided and you will seek out ‘lost’ and ‘hidden’ sounds – from inside objects, underwater sounds and electromagnetic sounds. Following an afternoon workshop session, focusing on sound preparation, you will use your recordings to help realise the Lost and Found Symphony, a soundscape composition to be produced during a live, improvised performance at 6.pm in the Salt House.
The Being Human is a festival of the humanities being held between 17th –25th November 2017. The festival is led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Academy. Being Human is a national forum for public engagement with humanities research. The festival will highlight the ways in which the humanities can inspire and enrich our everyday lives. For more information, please visit www.beinghumanfestival.org or follow the festival on Twitter at @BeingHumanFest.
Booking is essential for this event [max 40 participants on the walks]
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