Join us for a panel on sonic art practices with CRISAP members Jennifer Lucy Allan, Mark Peter Wright and Kevin Logan. Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRISAP) is a research centre of the University of the Arts London dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice.
Jennifer Lucy Allan is a writer and researcher looking at the links between sound, weather and landscape. Jennifer co-runs the label Arc Light Editions, and has hosted shows on Resonance FM. She has a weekly slot in the Guardian Guide and has written for Wire, The Quietus and others.
Kevin Logan is a Manchester born artist based in London, UK. His work embraces cross-disciplinary fields and incorporates installation, sound, moving-image and performance. He has exhibited and performed internationally, had audio-visual works screened in festivals worldwide, and had sound works on compilation CDs.
Mark Peter Wright is an artist and researcher working with experimental approaches to sound and listening. His practice explores the relationship between humans, animals, environments and their associated technologies of capture: critically and playfully generating debate through exhibitions, performance and collaborative events. Questions that drive his projects pivot around how agency is performed between humans and animals; how technology and media are part of an ecological approach; and how listening can become an ethico-aesthetic arts practice.
Doors for this event will open at 18.30. The talk will begin at 19.00 with time for Q&A afterwards. Drinks will be available from the bar next to the entrance to the New Wing of Somerset House.