Hearing Motion in the Moment – New Forms of Interactive Soundmapping

Hearing Motion in the Moment – New Forms of Interactive Soundmapping
Eric Powell (Concordia University)

Wednesday 31 January, 3.00-4.30pm / CM.107

Presentation and workshop co-hosted by the Research Centre for Environmental Humanities, the Open Scores Lab, and the Global Academy of Liberal Arts.

Eric Powell is a PhD candidate, sound-artist, and researcher in the Communications Department at Concordia University. He is currently working on a ​series of projects which examine the interrelationships among space, place, and aural environments with a focus on creating interactive sound-based mappings ​ ​that challenge the ways in which we hear the sounds of the world around us. His research is funded by SSHRC, and has been heard around the world, with recent presentations in Finland, Hong Kong and Mexico.

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