Cities and Memory has been commissioned for installations and exhibitions, and invited to present on sound-related topics at conferences across Europe. The project is also translated as an audiovisual live performance with live visuals. Here are some of the highlights.
Live performances, installations & conferences
Live event listings
Rome, Italy: presentation of Cities and Memory to the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, 22 April
Manchester, England: screening of Inferno soundtrack plus Q&A with Cities and Memory, February, John Rylands Library
Coimbra, Portugal: Live performance, sound installation and artist talk as part of the Dar a Ouvir arts festival, 16-17 July
Manchester, England: screening of Inferno soundtrack plus Q&A with Cities and Memory, 6 May, John Rylands Library
Paris, France: Dante, Le Langue, Les Arts – presentation of Inferno project and Cities and Memory film soundtrack at the Sorbonne University.
Cambridge, UK: The Blake Society in conversation with Cities and Memory – panel discussion, Cambridge University
Oxford, UK: Commissioned live performance for Audiograft festival in response to Pauline Oliveros’ Deep Listening, March 2020. View the audiovisual composition Sedimento.
Bristol, UK: Live performance at The Lousiana, December.
Oxford, UK: Live performance with Dagga Domes and Flag Fen, October.
Oxford, UK: Cities and Memory live performance alongside Damo Suzuki, March.
Moscow, Russia: Presentation on “Memory Space: Who and what should the city remember?” at the Moscow Urban Forum 2018. View the presentation here.
Bremen, Germany: Presentation of Cities and Memory at REM’s “fieldrecording” festival, November 2017.
Budapest, Hungary: Sound Waves installation at Arts Quarter Budapest, 11-24 February 2017.
Bath, UK: Installation as part of Liquid at Fringe Arts Bath.
Oxford, UK, 2017: Cities and Memory: Oxford Sounds installation at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
Bath, UK: Installation of reimagined sounds of the city at Fringe Arts Bath festival.
Oxford, UK, 2016: Installation of reimagined sounds at the Old Fire Station gallery.
Amsterdam, Netherlands: Presentation on the preservation of sonic heritage, HTHIC 2015 (Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality conference)
Cambridge, UK: Presentation on urban sound and space at Sound Studies: Art, Experience and Politics conference at Cambridge University.
Oxford, UK, 2015: Memoryphones – a five-location installation across Oxford city centre over two days, in partnership with Oxford Contemporary Music.
Oxford, UK, 2015: Installation of reimagined sounds at the O3 Gallery, Oxford.