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Gene Pool#62: Audiograft 2012

An audiolog of one part of this year’s Audiograft Festival at Oxford Brookes University. We hear from Max Eastley talking about his AHRC research post investigating Aeolian instruments, Stephen Cornford on his dismantled tape player exchanges with Ben Gwilliam and the resulting installation at Modern Art Oxford, performance extracts from “Guitar Drag” and “Cartridge Music”, plus Cremaster, Felicity Ford and Stavroula Kounadea.

Concert recordings were made as part of the Audiograft 2012 Documentation Workshop run by Felicity Ford (http://www.thedomesticsoundscape.com/wordpress) and Valeria Merlini (http://phonopolis.wordpress.com/)

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Gene Pool#62: Audiograft

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Augmented Reality Trail

Earlier this year I was asked for some ideas of how I could develop my collaboration with Dancin’ Oxford Dance Festival, which takes place every February and March in the historic city.

Up to this point I have produced XTEND, a collection of international dance artist films, which has been shown during the festival for the last two years. So, as a development of last year’s XTEND event where we projected the films large scale onto the walls of Oxford Castle, I devised a project where viewers would encounter the films in specific locations while navigating the City using GPS on their mobile handsets.

I’m really pleased that we managed to get this project approved and funding for it has been included in the dance festival’s overall grant from Arts Council England.

We’re making rapid progress on development, planning the app (which runs on Android and iOS devices). Next week, we’ll begin filming short dance pieces at some key locations in Oxford city. More soon…