'Acoustic Ecologies' Talk at Windmill Hill City Farm
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A event on Saturday 27th July. The event starts at 14:00.


// TRANSMISSIONS: radio art lab //
A weekend of events exploring radio art, sound art, eco-acoustics, theremins, detoxifying gardens, subversive streaming, pond dipping, weather instruments, listening together.

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Talk: ACOUSTIC ECOLOGIES

Join us for a stimulating conversation between artists and scientists touching on issues around listening, soundscapes and ecology. How might listening help protect vulnerable species, and foster empathy between humans and the ‘more-than-human’ world? How might plants and green infrastructure improve air quality as we co-exist in urban spaces?

Our invited guests will each speak about their area of research, followed by an opportunity to ask questions and continue the conversation.

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Artist - Magz Hall (Radio Air Garden)
Artist - Lia Mazzari (Instant Public Address Systems)
Scientist - Ian Thornhill (bioacoustics and freshwater ecology)
Scientist - Ana Castro-Castellon (Phytoremediation)
Chair - Professor Teresa Dillon (Professor fo City Futures, UWE)

Image : (hydro)Filss by Lia Mazzari

The talk will take place in the John James Room, Windmill Hill City Farm.

Philip Street
Bedminster
Bristol BS3 4EA

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With thanks to Windmill Hill City Farm.

This talk was made possible by the West of England Visual Arts Alliance (WEVAA), supported by Arts Council England.

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