Noise Colloquium, University of Greenwich – Saturday March 21st – Sunday March 22nd


Noise Colloquium – Saturday March 21st – Sunday March 22nd

The University of Greenwich is hosting a two-day colloquium to explore noise as a concept that embraces the expressive, the idea of noise as a resistance and, through mutating repetition, a catalyst for creative production.

From this perspective noise moves out of the solely auditory register into a multisensory realm of non- representational logic. With this in mind you are invited to join delegates/speakers/performers that include:

Nicolas Collins: performance and ‘In conversation with David Toop’

Atau Tanaka: performance and keynote

Manuela Barczewski: performance

Melanie Clifford: performance

Dirty Electronics: workshop

Poulomi Desai & Dushume: performance and paper

Alice Eldrige: performance

Andrew Hill: performance

Steve Kennedy: keynote

Rie Nakajima: performance

Nuno Salihbegovic: performance

Sarah Sparkes: paper

Ian Thompson: paper and installation

For further information about the event please visit this link for full details of participant and events.
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