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Sound Sky - ADA Mesh Cities Workshop 3

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Tue 10 Jun 2014, 1:00pm–4:00pm

Where: Otago Polytechnic, Forth Street, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: R15

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The project Sound Sky (http://soundsky.org/) is a new geo-located audio work envisioned for Christchurch, which emerged out of discussions of memory, place and the CEISMIC archive at the first ADA Mesh Cities gathering.

Partnerships have since formed with the organisations CEISMIC, Gap Filler, and the Cantabrian Society for Sonic Artists (CSSA), allowing the project to take a long-term, localised and collaborative approach. Contributed voices of the public of Christchurch— recalling histories, reflecting on today and planting hopes and dreams for the future — are the raw materials of the work, which is to be combined with a musical score. It is a large-scale project, which will grown over time and with widespread participation and community adoption. Artists Trudy Lane (Aotearoa/NZ, http://www.thehouseofwonder.org/) and Halsey Burgund (USA, http://halseyburgund.com) are presenting the ADA Mesh Cities workshop series.
The Sound Sky workshop in Dunedin will invite participants to engage with various stages of the development of the site-specific installation audio-scape Sound Sky and also introduce creative practitioners to the open source platform Roundware (http://www.roundware.org/) being used to make the work.

Workshop 3, June 10, 1.00m—4.00pm. Held in association with Otago Polytech (www.op.ac.nz), this workshop will review the Sound Sky project launched at the Audacious Festival, and the software Roundware that it is built with. Participants will be invited to experiment with a local installation of a location-sensitive audioscape and be guided through how to use the platform for their own creative work.

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