Listening to the End of the World: Live streaming the University of Tokyo Cyberforests and other remote objects
Sat 29 October 2016
13:00 – 17:00
Goldsmiths University of London
Room 274, 1st floor Richard Hoggart Building
A team from the University of Tokyo will present the work of Cyberforest, a unique trans-disciplinary research programme which has been streaming and archiving live sounds, video and other data from the University of Tokyo Forests since 1995.
London-based artist collective SoundCamp will curate two panels bringing together artists, academics and naturalists to place this pioneering work in the context of related practices in the UK and beyond. This sharing of ideas and experiences will be the basis for further exchanges and collaborations.
John Levack Drever (SPR, Goldsmiths) http://www.gold.ac.uk/spr/
Hill Hiroki Kobayashi (University of Tokyo) http://hhkobayashi.com/
Rachel Jacobs (Active Ingredient and MRL, Nottingham) http://www.i-am-ai.net/
Glenn Boulter (Octopus Collective, Cumbria) http://glennboulter.net/
Sarah Dalrymple (Cumbria Wildlife Trust) https://goo.gl/qNPuew
Japan Bird Research Association http://www.bird-research.jp/index-e.html
Unit for Sound Practice Research, Goldsmiths
Available from eventbrite http://tinyurl.com/cyberforest