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Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Raviv Ganchrow: Urban Modes of Listening - Wed 10 Dec, 1pm - 2pm

Raviv Ganchrow: Urban Modes of Listening is a free seminar organised by Recomposing the City at the Sonic Arts Research Centre on Wednesday 10th December, 1pm - 2pm. 


Raviv Ganchrow’s (1972) work focuses on interdependencies between sound, location and listener, aspects of which are explored through sound installations, writing and the development of acoustic forming and vibration sensing technologies. Recent installations examine context-specific sites in contemporary modes of listening. His on-going Listening Subjects project examines the contextual circuitry of listening whereby audibility, surroundings and subjectivity are conductive of one another. He has been teaching architectural design in the graduate program at TU Delft and is currently a faculty member at the Institute of Sonology, University of the Arts, The Hague.

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Recomposing the City International Symposium 2014 - 30 May 2014 at QUB

We are delighted to be presenting at the upcoming Recomposing the City International Symposium at Queen's University Belfast on 30 May.

Poster by Helena Hamilton - click to enlarge

Full list of speakers:


  • Colin Ripley (Department of Architectural Science, Ryerson University, Toronto)
  • Christabel Stirling (Oxford University)
  • Merijn Royaards (Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London)
  • Gascia Ouzounian and Sarah Lappin (Queen's University Belfast)
  • Michael Corr and Conor McCaffery (PLACE)
  • Mark Hackett, Declan Hill and Ken Sterrett (Forum for Alternative Belfast)
  • Anamarija Batista (Akademie der Bildenden KĂĽnste Wien)
  • Sven Anderson (Manual for Acoustic Planning project, Dublin City Council)
  • Peter Cusack (CRiSAP, University of Arts London)
  • Georgia Born, Keynote Respondent (Professor of Music and Anthropology at Oxford University)


The event is sponsored by the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities, the School of Creative Arts and the School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering at QUB.

The event is free and open to the public. Full details at recomposingthecity.org/symposium