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Tom Tlalim (artist) The Sonic Art Research Unit Visiting Practitioner Series Monday 12th April 2021 / 6pm-8pm GMT

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Episode 4: Tom Tlalim

Tom Tlalim is an artist, musician and researcher whose work explores the relation between sound, technology and political power. His practice includes installations, sound art, films and text. His artwork examines sonic artefacts, voice and spaces as ideological devices. His recent exhibitions include Tonotopia and The Future Starts Here, both at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Art in the age of Asymmetrical Warfare at Witte de With in Rotterdam, Hlysnan at Casino Luxemburg, The Venice Architecture Biennale (with Susan Schuppli / Forensic Architecture). The Marrakech Biennale, and Stroom The Hague. His film was nominated for the Tiger award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and his regular collaborations with the choreographer Arkadi Zaides are performed widely to critical acclaim.

http://www.tomtlalim.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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