may 18th-19th: field recording workshop, malmo, sweden
june 7th: invited speaker, sounding space symposium, Chelsea college of Art and Design, London
june 13th-20th: field recording workshop with Chris Watson & Jez riley French, Iceland
22nd june - 2oth august 2013: audible silence: the tate, sleeping and waking' - headphone piece exploring the hidden sounds of the Tate modern building, Tate modern, London
July 11th-14th: workshop, Alghero, Sardinia
July 15th-20th: jez riley french & pheobe riley law @ Stazione Topolo festival, Italy
september 6-8th: field recording workshop with jez riley french & chris watson, norfolk, uk - places available
october 4-13th: installation (room tones / littorals), Spazioersetti galleria, Udine, Italy
october 11th: resonant terrain walk, castletown, portland as part of the b-side symposium
november 23rd-24th: a quiet position: south hill park - 2 day field recording workshop
november 25th: individual tutorials + listening group presentation, Oxford Brookes Uni, Oxford
december 6-8th: field recording workshop with jez riley french & chris watson, norfolk, uk - places available
Friday, 29 May 2009
new release - Jez riley French - 'audible silence'
egcd028 - Jez riley French - 'audible silence'
*69min + taiyo yuden cdr with photo prints etc / limited edition of 280 copies*
after several months of living with these recordings & waiting for them to feel 'ready' this new release if now completed. As some of you aleady know these recordings capture sounds gathered in Kettle's Yard - Cambridge, the JdP building - Oxford & several sites in the Czech republic (Skolska 28 gallery, Josef Sudek attelier etc).
The three resulting tracks represent, as far as i'm concerned, the music of these spaces using elements such as the sound of vibrating tables / surfaces, floors, empty rooms & heating systems filtered through various surfaces & objects.
more details can be found here: audible silence edition
mp3 audio extract: click here
>* review of '....audible silence' on Brian Olewnick blog can be found here (nb. in answer to Brian's pondering in the first sentance: none of the recordings are processed - I never process my recordings as i'm always fascinated by the sounds I explore as they are).
* it also gets a nice mention in the latest Paris Transatlantic here