Book chapter discussing relational radio listening at night time.
‘Nachtschichten’ is a publication resulting from and evaluating a project into long durations on the radio, funded by the practice-based arm of the Swiss National Fond, DORE (Do REsearch), together with University of the Arts, Zürich.
Voegelin’s chapter evaluates 5 works produced as part of the project, by reflecting on her own listening through the night. It brings a phenomenological perspective to radiophonic discourse, working from a ‘close-listening’ over long durations, to an interrogation of time experience in night-time radio. It articulates the intersubjectivity and nonchronology of radiophonic time, as it plays out away from the day time schedule.
It forms part of Voegelin’s sustained research into radiophonic practices: ora : voyages into listening and writing - monthly broadcast on Resonance104.4fm, co-hosted with Daniela Cascella, since 2013; Audio Art on the Radio symposium, (co-organiser/chair), Zürich, 2009; and A short history of radio listening, chapter in ‘On Listening’, CRiSAP l RGAP, 2013.
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Salomé Voegelin is an artist and writer who is concerned with the practice and philosophy of sound. Her work has been shown in the UK and Mainland Europe. Most recently her voice work 'Barry Echo' has been included in 'Playing with Words, the Spoken Word in Artistic Practice', Cathy Lane ed., UK, CRiSAP and RGAP, Cornerhouse Publication, 2008. In 2007 she was commissioned to produce a site-specific sound piece for RADAR in Loughborough, UK, and produced a collaborative sound work for the Bregenz Kunstverein, Magazin 4, Austria. She is the curator of Clickanywhere, an online sound exhibition featuring sound work that focuses on the voice.
Salomé is regularly invited to speak at conferences and most recently presented Digital Listening some ideas on digital knowledge and sound at an ARLIS workshop on born-digital archives at UCL in London. She also chaired an international workshop on 'Audio Art on the Radio' at The Cabaret Voltaire in Zürich, Switzerland, in November 2009. In July 2008 she gave a talk on Noise at Architectones in Besançon, France and was involved in NOW II a research project into durational work on the radio staged by the University of the Arts Zürich which culminated in a publication entitled Nachtschichten, edition Fink 2008, for which she wrote a chapter.
Voegelin took part in a panel discussion on States of Flux, chaired by Cecilia Wee at Tate Modern. Her published writing includes 'Sonic Memory Material as "Pathetic Trigger"' in 'Organised Sound international peer-reviewed journal, Cambridge University Press April 2006, 'the Anxiety of the Lonely Listener' in '/Seconds', an international peer reviewed on-line journal, issue 05: March 2007, available at 'A Speech for Noise' in 'Earshot' 5, 2007, and most recently 'Völlig Losgelöst', a chapter in 'Autumn Leaves: Sound and the Environment', Angus Carlyle ed., published by Double Entendre in 2007. Her book 'Listening to Noise and Silence: towards a Philosophy of Sound Art' was published by Continuum Press in May 2010.
|Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:||rRadio, durational listening, durational broadcasts|
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Colleges > London College of Communication|
Colleges > London College of Communication
Research Centres/Networks > Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP)
|Related Websites:||http://salomevoegelin.net/Night_Train.html, http://www.lora.ch/aktuell/archiv/92-nachtschichten-das-buch, http://www.editionfink.ch/php/suche.php, http://www.ora2013.wordpress.com|
|Projects or Series:||Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)|
|Deposited By:||Salomé Voegelin|
|Deposited On:||02 Nov 2011 15:19|
|Last Modified:||01 Sep 2014 06:19|