Sound-Space-Network Panel at ISEA, Monday 31 August

From the ISEA announcement:, hope to see you there:

Panel Discussion ‘Sound-Space-Network’
presented by The Audio Cultures Seminar in GradCam
Curated by Rachel O’Dwyer
Monday 31 August 2009: Panel Discussion: 11.00am – 1pm
Broadcast gallery, DIT, Portland row, Dublin.
Exhibition open to public 11am-5pm, 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st August

What role does sound play in the informational society, as a strategy to convey information, produce experiences of place, and illicit new interpersonal behaviours? As part of the International Symposium for Electronic Arts, the Audio Cultures seminar at the Graduate School for Creative Arts in association with Broadcast Gallery, DIT, present a short exhibition and panel discussion around the themes of urban space, sound, and networks. In response to the ISEA theme of Engaged creativity in mobile environments, this exhibition explores the relationship between sound and the networked city, through site-specific audio installation and interactive media work. Those participating include Florian Hollerweger (Au), Matt Green (UK), Sarah Dunne (Ire), Tim Redfern (Ire) and Sharon Phelan (Ire).

As an intrinsic part of the exhibition a panel discussion will take place on Monday 31stSeptember and will address themes related to the exhibition and the symposium in general. The panelists include Tapio Makela, University of Salford, Frauke Behrendt, University of Sussex, Pedro Rebelo, Sonic Arts Research Centre, QUB, and Nigel Helyer, Industry Research Partner at Audio Nomad. Participants in the exhibition and Panel discussion will reflect on the potential of sound, as mobile music, sonic architecture, networked performance, and sonic interaction design, to shape new forms of place-making, interaction, and sociability in the urban informational society.
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