The Southbank Centre, London
8-11 April 2015
The School of Sound is about sound – as an art in itself and how it is used in the arts and media. We explore what sound does, how audiences listen.
The SOS is a place where you can raise your awareness of how audio production works, how it conveys information and emotion, how you can work with it.
For four days you’ll be immersed in a world of imagination, invention and innovation. Listening to presentations from a diversity of incredible talents, you will be able to disconnect from your day-to-day work to reflect on sound as something that is profoundly complex, entertaining and important.
The SOS provides a rare opportunity to hear and meet creatives from the highest levels of the arts and media, speaking in detail about how they think and work. And the SOS is not about just one area of sound production. It covers film, theatre, dance, games, installation, music and radio, to expand your thinking and increase your ability to work in diverse areas of media and the arts.
At the SOS you will mix with hundreds of like-minded people – professional practitioners, educators, artists and students – with whom you can network, exchange ideas and create collaborations.
SOS 2015 features John Akomfrah, Siobhan Davies, Peter Sellars, Gerhard Eckel, Pauline Oliveros, Imogen Stidworthy, Nicolas Becker, Kristian Eidnes Andersen and a special session on games sound. For full programme and registration details, go to
The Pixel Lab provides participants with an unrivalled understanding of how a strategic cross-platform approach to story development will help develop their projects, brands and audience base. We accept 20 producers with a project and 20 media professionals without from anywhere in the world.
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Margrethe Brekke deltar på Vestlandsutstillingen 2015 med en tekstilinstallasjon av silkebannere samt videoen Håpet om Krisehåndtering, hvor en vestnorsk tekstilkunstner (tolket av Anne Marthe Dyvi) grubler over frykt, skyld og grunnlovens miljøparagraf §112, samt den vestnorske tekstilkunstens mulighet for håndtering av større og mindre kriser.
Videoens lydbilde blir preget av Maja Elliott’s komposisjoner for klavèr, og de karakteristiske interiørene i Kalfarlien 18 vil fungere som kulisser.
BEK har bistått med kamera- og opptaksutstyr.
A new alpha release of Jamoma 0.6 is now available:
PAC wishes you all welcome you to a performance at Bergen Kjøtt 27, 28 and 29. november. All nights the show starts at 20.00, entrance at 19.45.
mens vi venter, fml. is a performance based on the attempt to break down hierarchies, both in the aetethics and the organisation of the work. The project started to be developed this summer, and we are now happy to invite an audience in.
Konsept: Elise Tunstrøm
Scenografi: Tora Troe
Lyd og musikk: Jonas Røyeng
Ida Jada: Elise Austad
Linn Strikkepinn: Sacha Slengesol Balgobin
BEK has supported the project with equipment.