Within the past few months I have been working on a few projects, with a few more in the pipeline this year.
One being Klingt Gut! 2018 – a symposium of sound in Hamburg, Germany. For this I created a sound work in quadraphonic (photo below)
field recordings made in Poland over the past few years; See below of a stereo mix-down of the work:
(Although the text description isn’t 100% accurate here…not sure who wrote this!)
Following this i’ve been preparing a sound recording for Sonospace; Earth Listening 2, a compilation album of different recordists soon to be released, photo below…sound+more to follow…
Following this I made a quick trip to begin work on a new release of field recordings after a few trips to another secret location, again more to follow. This will hopefully be released again on Sonospace as a full release.
Recently I also was thornton heath arts week where I contributed towards 24 Hour Parky people, an series of works by local residents and artists in South London. My work was a bat listening event, although no-one waited to attend as it became pretty late (first bat detected was at 11pm) but I recorded, so results are below:
Not a release but also attended Chris Watsons course at CAMP.fr, which is a series of courses in Aulus-Les-Bains in Southern France, it was a great experience, hopefully recordings to follow soon.
I also had a gig at Colchester Art Centre recently, supporting Carl Stone.
In September I am part of Yarmonics in Great Yarmouth, a sound art festival, I will be contributing a VLF antenna/electromagnetic receiver for people to explore and hear the electromagnetic sounds of Great Yarmouth. Similar to the event in Cambridge for Art Language Location. Hopefully another thing in the pipeline soon but will update this later.