sonic coast :: sound week 18th – 25th July 2015

World Listening Day [H2O] Sound Walk – 18th July

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As part of World Listening Day 2015, Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers led a sound walk from Bridport to West Bay.

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material sounds :: H20 sound experiments – 20th July

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ivon oates, David Worthington and David Rogers, in the field at Eype Beach and in the studio experimenting with the sounds of water.

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Sunrise Sound Walk – 21st July

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Mandy Rathbone documented another sunrise at Kingston Russell Stone Circle.

Link to the project :: MYSUNRISEPROJECT

MP3 Listening Walk :: The Grey Mare and Her Colts
and Kingston Russell Stone Circle – 24th July

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Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers led a listening walk to The Grey Mare and her Colts and Kingston Russell Stone Circle. Listening to two ‘new’ writings by Bristol poet Ralph Hoyte, with sonic soundscapes recorded by Colfox School and Weymouth College students.

sonic coast :: in conversation – 25th July

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ivon – I wish to open a space between definitions of music/soundwork, art-object (found object, ‘rubbish’+ intent)

Marc – experimental ‘sound’ making is inspiring as a composer: exploring the degree of investigation, intent, organizing material and finding ways to make the object ‘speak’.

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sonic coast :: sound week programme

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