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SoundCamp are a London based artist collective developing site responsive work and research around ecologies of sound and place. We coordinate a network of soundcamps and produce the Reveil 24 hour broadcast on International Dawn Chorus Day each year. Current projects include an open microphone network in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, work with community groups in Rotherhithe, and ‘The Acoustic Commons’ series on Resonance FM/Extra.

Recent presentations include: ‘Biosphere Open Microphones as a real-time ecoacoustic observatory’, Perspectives on Listening, Brisbane, DEC 2017. ‘Humanising algorithmic listening’, Sussex Humanities Lab, Univ of Sussex, Digital Music and Sound Arts, Univ of Brighton, DEC 2017. ‘Remote listening’, Panel, Balance Unbalance, Plymouth University AUG 2017. ‘BIOM - a network of open microphones for the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves’, Sound and Environment, Univ of Hull, JUL 2017. ’SoundCamp / Reveil’, Keynote, Sense of Globe, Univ of Tokyo, JUN 2016.

Publications include: ‘The Live Audio Archive,’ Leonardo, MIT Press, JUL 2017. ‘Sounds nothing like the sea’, Performance Research April 2016. ‘Sounds Remote - a reader,’ Uniformbooks, MAY 2016.

SoundCamp's work has been supported by Sound and Music, Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Southwark Local Authority and local funders.

A full list of projects is available at

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