Joe Banks + Disinformation

Ilia Rogatchevski interviews Joe Banks. Originally conducted for Resonance 104.4fm in November 2016. ……………… Joe Banks is a sound artist, author and researcher, originally specialising in radio phenomena and electromagnetic noise. For over twenty years Joe has been performing, releasing

Joe Banks + Disinformation

Ilia Rogatchevski interviews Joe Banks. Originally conducted for Resonance 104.4fm in November 2016. ……………… Joe Banks is a sound artist, author and researcher, originally specialising in radio phenomena and electromagnetic noise. For over twenty years Joe has been performing, releasing

Christof Migone

Christof Migone is an artist, curator and writer. His work and research delve into language, voice, bodies, performance, intimacy, complicity and endurance. His recent book, Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body was published in 2012 by Errant Bodies Press. He has

Christof Migone

Christof Migone is an artist, curator and writer. His work and research delve into language, voice, bodies, performance, intimacy, complicity and endurance. His recent book, Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body was published in 2012 by Errant Bodies Press. He has

Seth Kim-Cohen

Seth Kim-Cohen is an artist, musician and critic. He is currently a full-time visiting artist at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He has presented artworks at venues spanning the cultural spectrum from CBGBs to Tate

Seth Kim-Cohen

Seth Kim-Cohen is an artist, musician and critic. He is currently a full-time visiting artist at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He has presented artworks at venues spanning the cultural spectrum from CBGBs to Tate

Christopher DeLaurenti

Christopher DeLaurenti is a sound artist, improvisor, and phonographer based in Virginia. His work encompasses field recordings, electroacoustic and acousmatic music, text-sound scores, free-improvised low-tech electronics, and compositions for acoustic instruments. Known for his politically engaged works, he has exhibited,

Christopher DeLaurenti

Christopher DeLaurenti is a sound artist, improvisor, and phonographer based in Virginia. His work encompasses field recordings, electroacoustic and acousmatic music, text-sound scores, free-improvised low-tech electronics, and compositions for acoustic instruments. Known for his politically engaged works, he has exhibited,

Dawn Scarfe

Dawn Scarfe is an artist whose work investigates resonance, perception and environmental atmospheres. She works across a variety of media and contexts including site-specific installation, performance and field recording. Recent exhibitions include Klinkende Stad Kortrijk, ZKM Karlsruhe, Q-O2 Brussels, La

Dawn Scarfe

Dawn Scarfe is an artist whose work investigates resonance, perception and environmental atmospheres. She works across a variety of media and contexts including site-specific installation, performance and field recording. Recent exhibitions include Klinkende Stad Kortrijk, ZKM Karlsruhe, Q-O2 Brussels, La

Ernst Karel

Ernst Karel is an artist and researcher active in the fields of electroacoustic improvisation and composition, location recording, sound for nonfiction vilm, and solo and collaborative sound installations. Karel is currently lab manager for the Sensory Ethnography Lab (SEL) at

Ernst Karel

Ernst Karel is an artist and researcher active in the fields of electroacoustic improvisation and composition, location recording, sound for nonfiction vilm, and solo and collaborative sound installations. Karel is currently lab manager for the Sensory Ethnography Lab (SEL) at

Guest Edition # 3 Jed Speare/Sven Anderson

This interview between artists Sven Anderson and Jed Speare took place on February 24th 2010 in the Mobius performance space in Boston. It begins with a discussion of Speare’s early encounters with the disciplines of acoustic communication, ecology, and design

Guest Edition # 3 Jed Speare/Sven Anderson

This interview between artists Sven Anderson and Jed Speare took place on February 24th 2010 in the Mobius performance space in Boston. It begins with a discussion of Speare’s early encounters with the disciplines of acoustic communication, ecology, and design