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[Past Events 2017] Invisible Places Conference


RTC PhD students Conor McCafferty and Elen Flugge are presenting work at the Invisible Places Conference University of the Açores in Ponta Delgada.

Elen's paper Soundly Planning: practically listening to (Belfast) sound places explores how applied listening practices may help develop a critical ear for urban sites. Conor's paper Mapping, Scoring and Activating Urban Sonic Space: Ljud vid Nissan / Sound at Nissan explores how maps were used as an important interface for the analysis of public urban spaces, artistic development, public engagement and sonic activation in a sound art festival staged in Halmstad, Sweden, in September 2016.

The conference programme can be found at http://invisibleplaces.org/