I’m really pleased have an essay in the new issue of The White Review about my experience of the residency and my thoughts on the relationship between poetry and neuroscience. The online version is here or you can buy the whole issue.
Feed is a music app for iPad that enables complex, rich manipulation of a “live feed” of sound, drawn from the ipad microphone or an audio file. Users can record, playback, loop and modulate to spontaneously create their own compositions from musical sources, spoken word or ambient sound.
I’ll be reading new material from the Vox Lab residency whilst David mixes, rends and treats it. Documentation of the experiment will be posted here, or come along and see it live:
Thursday 14 June, 6.30-7.30pm
2-4 Bethnal Green Road
London E1 6GY
This is the third in a series of events organised by Ultra-red and students from the Goldsmiths MA in Aural & Visual Cultures for the Serpentine Gallery’s Edgeware Road project. Full details are here
Where and when:
Weds 20th June 2012, 6-9pm.
Centre for Possible Studies
21 Gloucester Place
London W1U 8HR
If you want to hear some more speech-jammed poetry, or if you’re interested in synchronous speech, have a look at this piece by BBC science reporter Rebecca Morelle. It’s got two videos of Sophie and I and a short interview about the residency.