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16 February 2012

Two sound-related talks coming up in March

HERE’S TWO DATES for the diary which should be of interest to anyone into field recording or sound studies. They’re both in London and I’ll be doing my bit as part of their line-up of speakers.

The first is hosted by the London Historians group on the theme of Early London Recorded Sound. It’s Tuesday 13 March at the Bell pub in Middlesex Street, Spitalfields. I’ll be speaking alongside Catherine Pond of the Bishopsgate Institute and Ross MacFarlane of the Wellcome Institute. Doors open at 6.30pm and it’s £3 to get in if you’re not a member of the London Historians.

The second is part of the Wire salon series at Cafe Oto in Dalston on Thursday 15 March. It’s titled Sounding out the territory: the sensorial world of sound maps. My fellow speakers will be the audiovisual artist Kathy Hinde and Joseph Kohlmaier from London Metropolitan University’s Department of Architecture and Spatial Design. It’s £4 to get in and doors open at 8pm.

Hope to see you there.

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