False Alarm: Aurality, Errancy and Voice

25-26 June, King’s College London

Conference/Concert

False Alarm will discuss forms of mishearing – be they creative, accidental or hallucinatory – as well as false differences or resemblances between the sounds of non-human and human bodies, as embedded within the aurality and errancy of voice. The conference will explore this idea in three sections: (1) acoustic ecology and atmosphere, (2) affect, and (3) plasticity of voice. A two-day event, the conference will include talks, and a concert.

Talks by Lynne Kendrick (Central School of Speech and Drama), Martha Feldman (University of Chicago), Michael Bull (University of Sussex), Julian Henriques (Goldsmiths, University of London), Lisa Blackman (Goldsmiths, University of London), Sophie Scott (University College London), Nina Power (University of Roehampton), Anna Kvicalova (Max Planck Institute of History of Science), Peter Cusack (London College of Art and Communication), Aura Satz (Royal College of Art), and Joe Banks (Audiovisual artist and author of the book Rorschach Audio – Art & Illusion for Sound).

Performances by Atau Tanaka (Goldsmiths, University of London), Patricia Alessandrini (Goldsmiths, University of London), Seth Ayyaz (City University of London), and EXAUDI Vocal Ensemble (London).

Atau Tanaka’s performance is supported by the MetaGesture Music project, under the European Research Council grant FP7-283771.

For programme information please see:
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/music/eventrecords/2016/False-Alarm.aspx

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