lab online

We’ve been meeting every Friday afternoon for an online lab, where we’ve been discussing our recent work and trying pieces out where some participatory testing is needed. Over this year we’ve been focusing on playfulness as an area of focus, driven in part by some of the group making game pieces, and the general sense of play inherent in much of our work. We’ve listened to and watched pieces by everyone in the group, whether it’s a work in progress or recently completed piece. It’s been great as a format as everyone in the group can join and we’ve found more connections between what we do as a result, despite the (sometimes sizeable) geographical distances.

We’ll publish some outcomes of the Friday labs soon.

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LAB5: Matthew Shlomowitz, Alex Glyde-Bates, Ben Jameson

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Wednesday 1 February, 12-4pm, CM108 In Lab 5 we feature¬†work that uses found materials and processes, considering the way music references and translates aspects of the world. We welcome Matthew Shlomowitz, who will discuss his¬†Popular Contexts series, and he is joined by two of his PhD students from Southampton, Ben Jameson and Alex Glyde-Bates. The […]

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Congratulations Dr. Penton!

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We are very pleased to announce that Misha Penton successfully completed her viva today. Congratulations Dr Penton! The online viva was an absolutely fascinating and engaging discussion. The work, titled Vocality as / in Composition: solo and collaborative creation of new postopera works, comprised a portfolio of two substantial new media monodramas and a site-specific […]

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Amnon Wolman appointed as Visiting Research Fellow

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We’re really pleased to announce that Amnon Wolman will be a Visiting Research Fellow in the lab from January-April 2018. Amnon will be developing his work on scores that investigate memory and imaginary sound during his residency. He says ‘In the last fifteen years my research-based music composition focused the use of text to initiate […]

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