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Presented to the UTS Symposium Auricle: Sound Cultures of the Future, September 2010.

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City screen

  1. 1. Amplifying the city-screen:encounters with contemporary mobile audio practice Auricle: Sound Cultures of the Future September 2010 Sarah Barns
  2. 2. encounters with mobile audio new domains for sound practice
  3. 3. Not so new…Jeremy Hight – Narrative Archaeology (2004) Hildegaard Westerkamp – A Walk Through the City (1981) Telefon Hirmondo – Budapest 1901
  4. 4. encounters with mobile audioUrban sociologists – cultures of ‘social deafness’ Immersed in a private soundscape, engaged in another interactive scene, you do not have to be in the city as a shared perceptual or social space – Fran Tonkiss A “radical auditory re- prioritisation of forms of urban experience” which enables listeners to experience an environment through privatised, mediated fantasies. – Michael Bull
  5. 5. encounters with mobile audioAmplifying spatial excursions – ‘MSG for the senses’Betsy Biggs – ‘cinematic experiencesfor real life’Toby Butler – ‘Memory-scapes’ extend the space of theoral history recording fromoutside the museum contextand into a specific placeSoundwalk.com – audiowalks for people who don’tdo audio walks
  6. 6. homing in on the street’s archiveExperiencing a contemporary spacethrough its auditory past Martin Place, VP Day 1945 Martin Place 2008 Martin Place 1945
  7. 7. ABC Sydney Sidetracks abc.net.au/sidetracks
  8. 8. Copy goes here for each slide……………………………………….Copy goes here for each slide……………………………………….put some more copy toewxplain the slide here
  9. 9. learning to get lost“Not to find oneself in a city may well be uninterestingand banal. It requires ignorance – nothing more. But tolose oneself in a city – as one loses oneself in a forest –that calls for quite a different schooling”.Walter Benjamin Illuminations abc.net.au/sidetracks pool.org.au sitesandsounds.net.au

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