Thameside Soundwalk - show

Garrelfs, Iris. 2022. Thameside Soundwalk - show. In: "Sonic Cartography: Soundscape, Simulation and Re-enactment", University of Kent, United Kingdom, 29 October 2022. [Show/Exhibition]

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Creators: Garrelfs, Iris
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Thameside Soundwalk is a binaural soundscape composition originally comissioned by Richard Bentley for Slow Media (Reading) in 2021 and "shown" at the Sonic Cartography: Soundscape, Simulation and Re-enactment in 2022.

The piece was created at the tail-end of Covid lockdowns and my daily walks around Deptford Wharf, London. What can be heard is a condensation of several walks, hours of recordings, overheard conversations between humans, between birds and dogs, the ebb and flow of the river where at times it laps onto the river wall, at times it recedes to reveal a beach full of beautiful pebbles and the occasional discarded trolley.

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Departments, Centres and Research Units: Music > Unit for Sound Practice Research
Date range: 29 October 2022
Event Location: University of Kent, United Kingdom
Project or Series: Fieldrecordings and the Voice
Item ID: 36559
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2024 15:53
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2024 15:53


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