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Listening Topographies


London College of Communication

A work exploring non-hierarchal, decentralised listening praxis.


This work was a response to the Her-Noise Archive, drawing on the Her-Noise Map's tangled cartography and bold evocation of polymorphic, plurivocal, heterogenous representation and structure.

Tape is used as a sculptural material, formed into intuitively created mappings of sounding and listening in space. Multiple instances of this listening are layered over on another to explore temporal sonorities in a non-linear fashion. We are encouraged to question and  uproot our perceived positionality as being at the centre of not only sound in space, but sound in time.

Four Listening Topographies for Virgina Woolf (2023)

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