[microsound] HER NOISE: FEMINISMS AND THE SONIC TATE MODERN, LONDON MAY 3-5, 2012
aeonchang at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 23:22:33 EDT 2012
Thank you, I was delighted to receive your email for a couple of reasons.
First of all, the programme seems FANTASTIC!!!
'Sound' is my personal interest and I was happy writing my MA memoir
related to that subject.
Second, your email address brought back my memories at London College of
Printing while I was studying Interactive Multimedia in 2001/2002.
Now that the name of the college has changed and the Back Hill days are
gone, for me the memories are untouchable memories indeed.
It is a great shame that I cannot attend the symposium since I live in
Is there ANY WAY that I can get access to the contents of the programme?
Such as, any documentation available for people like me? Or will there be
video clips to watch on?
It would be of great help if you can give me feedback.
Thank you for reading my email, and I hope all the best and success for the
2012/4/24 Cathryn Lane <c.lane at lcc.arts.ac.uk>
> HER NOISE: FEMINISMS AND THE SONIC
> TATE MODERN, LONDON MAY 3-5, 2012
> A Collaboration between CRiSAP, Electra and Tate
> This programme brings together performances and a keynote talk by Pauline
> Oliveros; an evening orbiting the legacy of Meredith Monk and a day
> symposium with contributions by Tara Rodgers, Georgina Born, Anne Karpf,
> Nina Power, Ute Meta Bauer and others.
> THURSDAY MAY 3RD 19.00 (£12 full, £9 concessions)
> Artist Talk and Performance: Pauline Oliveros
> Pioneering composer, performer and humanitarian Pauline Oliveros, who
> celebrates her 80th birthday this year, gives a solo performance of
> ‘Listening for Life/Death Energies’ and a talk entitled ‘Archiving the
> Future: the embodiment Music of Women’, followed by a performance of her
> seminal piece “To Valerie Solanas and Marilyn Monroe in Recognition of
> their Desperation” (1970). Performed by a special ensemble including
> Claudia Molitor, Angharad Davies, Cathy Lane, Rachel Aggs, Naomi Graham,
> Greta Pistaceci, Holly Ingleton, Lina Lapelyte, Lucy Railton, Maggie
> Nichols, Sarha Moore, Sharon Gal, Verity Susman, Caroline Kraabel and Viv
> FRIDAY, MAY 4TH 19.00 (£5 all tickets)
> The Voice Is A Language: Curated film programme and performances
> This performance and screening programme orbits the legacy of avant-garde
> pioneer Meredith Monk. Featuring work by artists Sophie Macpherson, James
> Richards, Cara Tolmie and Sue Tompkins and rarely seen films by Monk -
> curated by Isla Leaver-Yap. Meredith Monk, ‘16mm Earrings’, 1966,
> SATURDAY, MAY 5TH, 11:00 - 18.00 (£20 full, £14 concessions)
> SYMPOSIUM: FEMINISMS AND THE SONIC
> Exploring and developing emergent feminist discourses in sound and music,
> whilst challenging standard readings and approaches to feminisms and the
> sonic, this symposium brings together contributions by musicians, artists,
> academics and writers, including Ute Meta Bauer, Sonia Boyce, Georgina
> Born, Viv Corringham, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Lina Dzuverovic, Catherine Grant,
> Emma Hedditch, Anne Karpf, Cathy Lane, Anne Hilde Neset, Maggie Nichols,
> Nina Power, Tara Rodgers, Salomé Voegelin.
> This programme marks the donation of the Her Noise Archive to the
> University of the Arts London Archives and Special Collections housed at
> London College of Communication, and is realised as a collaboration
> between CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice), Electra and
> Tate. For further information please visit the Archives and Special
> Collections Centre:
> *TICKETS FOR THESE EVENTS ARE SELLING FAST! BOOK TO ENSURE YOUR PLACE*
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> Cathy Lane
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