Venue:CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice)
London College of Communication
University of the Arts London
Large Objects Moving Air 2018 is a one day conference exploring the presence, agency and materiality of air from the microscale to macroscale, through both literal and figurative interpretations. We are looking for papers exploring the materialities of air, vibration, politics and power from researchers, writers and artists within the sciences, humanities, arts and other creative disciplines.
The theme of the conference relates to works that reflect (but are not limited to) the following areas around the literal / metaphorical / abstracted examples of the movement of large bodies on a range of scales:
● Acoustic ecology
● Nuclear culture and the military industrial complex
● Protest movements, propaganda and the voice
● Media Infrastructures
● Bass and soundsystem culture
● Unsound / Infrasonics / Ultrasonics / EEG
Keynote & Performances
J.R. Carpenter – Artist, writer and researcher
Laura Cannell - Musician, Specially Commissioned Bass Recorder Performance for LOMA
Key Dates 28 July 2017 - Call for Papers and Call forWorks sent out
15 September 2017 - Deadline for Abstracts and Proposals
1 October 2017 - Notifications for accepted papers and works
1 October 2017 - Registration Opens 5 January 2018 - Installation ofWorks 8 January 2018 - LOMA 2018
9-12 January 2018 – De-install of works (TBC)
Standard Fee - 10GBP
Unwaged / Low waged / Students - 5GBP TECHNE Member - Free
Registration can be made through the UAL E-Store (Link will be made available on 1 October)
All fees go towards refreshments, lunch, and the publication of conference proceedings.
For all enquiries please contact the organising team at email@example.com.
Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP) is a research centre of University of the Arts London dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice.
The centre's aim is to extend the development of the emerging disciplinary field of sound arts and to encourage the broadening and deepening of the discursive context in which sound arts is practised.