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Saturday, May 21 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Spatial Sound & Subhistories

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If sound is an invisible architect defining psychic and physical territory, then these three speakers spend their lives stalking the most unsound histories imaginable, writing them alive to give them presence again. In a series of short presentations followed by a panel discussion, Dave Tompkins talks about the deep sea boom of the Miami Basin, AUDINT speaks on unsound and undead frequencies, and Kristen Gallerneaux discusses the slap-back echo of the “sonic spectre.”
Each of these speakers have gone underground in one way or another, recording the sub-histories that evolve out of the subterranean spaces they’ve infiltrated. The deep time plural modes of memory and truth collide with lived mythology: things that shouldn’t be true, objects that shouldn’t exist, places they shouldn’t have gone. This is a different kind of sonic record.

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AUDINT

Toby Heys is a Digital Technologies Research Fellow at MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK and an affiliate researcher at Hexagram in Montreal, Canada. He works within the AUDINT research cell (audint.net) and has produced multi-sensory installations and performances... Read More →
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Kristen Gallerneaux

Kristen Gallerneaux is a media historian, trained folklorist, and disgruntled artist who produces installations and music as Yaki_Pony. She is also the Curator of Communication and Information Technology at The Henry Ford Museum, where she continues to build upon one of the largest... Read More →
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Dave Tompkins

Dave Tompkins has contributed to the New Yorker, Grantland (RIP), Paris Review, NPR and The Wire. He recently documented a submarine journey into sewage for Slate. Tompkins' first book, How to Wreck a Nice Beach, is a history of the vocoder, from World War II to hip hop and electronic... Read More →



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