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Thursday, September 5 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Working Group Session 3: Sound, Voice and Music

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Karen Quigley

‘Hardworking people, people who work hardworking people’: Listening to repetition in Nic Green’s Cock and Bull.  In 2015, Nic Green, Rosana Cade and Laura Bradshaw created Cock and Bull, a piece of feminist political performance for the Arches performance space in Glasgow... Read More →

Michael Bachmann

“Listening across Media and the Transnational Politics of Sound ‘Work’” Produced in 2009 for German public broadcaster BR, the sound piece Work—a collaboration between author Thomas Meinecke and musician Move D—consists almost entirely of an electronic music soundtrack... Read More →

Gordon Murray

Speak with a listening voiceMade in collaboration with the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association, The Nuclear Community Charity Fund and The Fallout Descendants Organisation, Fallout: Portraits of Nuclear Children was an attempt to find a new form which moved beyond community... Read More →

Thursday September 5, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm BST
Thornlea: TS3