the study bay

a place set aside for contemplation, repose, pause. an area for discovering the connection of space and time through extended listening. study bay is a sound installation investigating the Japanese aesthetic of ma (pause, space, emptiness) and it relationship with the practice of deep listening. Across a six channel array, study bay is a generative […]

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Radical Listening with Lawrence English

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending “Radical Listening”, a workshop on field recording presented by Lawrence English. After an engaging discussion on the “agency of listening”, approaches to field recording, a rig rundown from the previous night’s performance, a brief history of field recording, and a fair dose of nerdy gear talk, the group, led by […]

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