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SARU Visiting Practitioner Series: Kristen Gallerneaux

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Kristen Gallerneaux (artist, curator) The Sonic Art Research Unit Visiting Practitioner Series Monday 2nd February 2021 / 6pm-8pm GMT

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Episode 3: Kristen Gallerneaux

Kristen Gallerneaux is an artist, curator, and sonic researcher. She is the Curator of Communication and Information Technology at The Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, Michigan, where she continues to build upon one of the largest historical technology collections in North America and is the author of High Static, Dead Lines (2019), a literary mix tape that explores the entwined boundaries between sound, material culture, landscape, and esoteric belief, published through MIT University Press.

http://kristengallerneaux.com/

About SARU Visiting Practitioner Series

The visiting practitioner series is a bimonthly online seminar series interested in sonic/auditory culture and listening practice. The 2020/21 seminar series is co-curated by SARU members Matt Parker and Patrick Farmer.

Seminars are hosted via Zoom and free to attend for all. Please register in advance of attending to receive a link. Email mattparker@brookes.ac.uk to register and to make enquiries.

Sonic Art Research Unit

SARU provides a forum for dialogue and exploration between the fields of experimental composition and sound art. It is situated in the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University between the fields of Music and Fine Art. Areas of interest include modes of listening, sound studies, language based composition, interdisciplinary practices, field recording, electroacoustics and auditory knowledge.SARU is bolstered by a community of practitioners and is home to audiograft, a festival of contemporary experimental music and sound art.

You can get involved in SARU through our Research Degree programme.

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