Ohrenhoch der Geräuschladen


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December 6th, 13th, 2015,

‘Preparations for an Imaginary Conflict’


Ohrenhoch der Geräuschladen, Weichselstr. 49, 12045 Berlin-Neukölln











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Sound Passages: Passaggi di Suono, Venice, Italy

Paasages di sonori

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Women in Sound Women on Sound: Full of Noises Evening Concert


Featured works by: Cathy Lane; Linda O’Keeffe; Virginie Viel Karen Power; Brona MartinAnnie Mahtani

We are delighted to present an evening of sound works and new music compositions curated by the electroacoustic composer and sound artist Brona Martin, with the support of the Octopus Collective. This concert “Full of Noises” will consist of a selection of  multi-channel diffusion and spatial audio works from internationally established female artists.

As part of a PRS ‘Women Make Music’ commission Brona Martin curated a concert for the Full of Noises Festival 1st August 2015, Barrow-in-Furness. This concert featured works by female composers who explore the themes of story telling and soundscape in their work. This concert was also performed in Café Oto, London and will now feature as part of the Women in Sound/Women on Sound Symposium, Lancaster.


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SOUND MATTERS; EXPLORING CRAFT AND SOUND Wolverhampton Art Gallery 14 November 2015 – 6 February 2016

SoundMatters-Polymphony-Studio-Weave-2013-Photo-Sophie-2-MutevelianSound Matters considers the connections between craft and sound art through seven contemporary works from a range of creative disciplines.Each work demonstrates a different approach: looking to traditional craft heritage and processes such as weaving and woodturning to create new sound forms, playing with shared technologies and language and revealing the sounds of materials.

Sound Matters is a Crafts Council touring exhibition.



– See more at: http://www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk/events/sound-matters-exploring-craft-sound/#sthash.Vw3VVN4X.dpuf

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The Multiversal Score at Space-Time: The Multiverse, Wysing Arts Centre Festival of Art and Music 2015

emmahedditchSaturday 5 September, 12 noon-12 midnight

Space Time: The Multiverse is Wysing Arts Centre’s sixth annual festival of art and music and is loosely curated around the themes of altered states and multiple identities. The line-up includes:

Bamboo / Beatrice Dillon / Bruce Gilbert and BAW / Cup / Drill Folly / Ectopia / Joey Fourr / James Holden with Lucy Suggate / Jen Allan DJ / Klara Lewis / Laura Buckley / LoneLady / Orlando / Ravioli Me Away / Rose Kallal & Mark O Pilkington / Squares and Triangles / The Fish Police / Tomaga /

The festival includes the performance programme The Multiversal Score: newly commissioned performances and screenings by Lisa Busby / Holly Ingleton / Cathy Lane / France-Lise Mcgurn / Kimberley O’Neill / Ash Reid / Liene Rozīte / Cara Tolmie, in a special programme in the Studio Stage, curated by Electra, alongside a new performance of Pauline Oliveros’ Saxual Orientation (1977) with Verity Susman / Sue Lynch / Artur Vidal / Adrian Northover.

Covered stalls area showcasing experimental galleries, publishers and record labels, with: Arcadia_Missa / Banner Repeater / Behind the X / DKUK / Five Prawns / French Riviera / Landfill Editions / Mexico / One Thoresby Street / Open School East / OUTPOST / Primary / Rosalie Schweiker / Set the controls for the heart of the sun / School of the Damned / The Northern Charter / Ube / X Marks the Bökship

Ticket prices inclusive of booking fees:

Day Pass £40
Day Pass plus Camping per Person £50
Day Pass plus Coach Travel from London £60
Day Pass plus Travel from Cambridge Station £50

Children under 13 are admitted free but must be accompanied by a paying adult
It is not possible to refund ticket purchases
Line-up and stages are subject to changes

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The Hebrides Suite: Mapping the Islands in Sound 

          photo version postcardno logoMuseum nan Eilean, Lionacleit, Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

July 31- November 1, 2015

What is landscape but a map of human activity past and present?

Can place be investigated through sound?

Do past lives and past events leave sonic traces and how can we hear them in the present?

Using field recordings, interviews and archive materials ‘The Hebrides Suite: mapping the islands in sound’ explores aspects of island life past and present through the medium of composed sound.


Sound, like memory, can be fleeting and ephemeral no sooner than is it heard it has gone. Recording offers the opportunity to materialise sound and make it suitable for analysis, study and creative use and re-use. But who decides what or who gets recorded or what or who gets remembered?

Recordings both make and are memories – ghostly traces of the past remaining in time and space. These traces of the past echo and reverberate through language, place-names, family stories, song and the sounds of the natural world to form a sonic background to the present.


The Hebrides Suite: Mapping the Islands in Sound  consists of  three eight channel sound works and a large wall piece which maps the Uists according to field recordings made, and places mentioned, in the interview and archive materials used in the compositions.

‘Sandy Jaffas’ (2015) one of the three sound pieces, was  commissioned this for this exhibition and made in collaboration with the S2 Gaelic class from Sgoil Lionacleit in Benbecula, members of the Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (North Uist Historical Society) and South Uist Historical Society and supported by Museum nan Eilean, London College of Communication and CRiSAP (Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice).

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Places and Spaces, CD Launch, May 13th 2014

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