Friday 16 June 2017, 2–4pm, OTO Project Space
"What do maps mean to our ears? Can we hear in a straight line? How do we score the environment?"
Join Helen for a workshop exploring the urban landscape through the sonic and visual imagination.
Please note: The workshop will involve some walking in the local area. We will supply notebooks and drawing materials. Please wear clothes appropriate for the weather, and comfortable shoes (as we will be exploring the local landscape).
Advance booking is essential as space is limited. Limited to 10 participants
For more info - firstname.lastname@example.org
In association with The Wire 400
Helen Frosi is a London-based artist researching into the cultural, social, and political aspects of sound and listening. She is co-founder and current director of SoundFjord, a nomadic gallery and research unit dedicated to practices highlighting the sonic within contemporary art and hybrid disciplinary practices.
In addition to her work at SoundFjord, Helen has curated programmes for Café OTO, CRiSAP, Dragonfly Festival (SE), Galerie8, Gorey Arts & Film Festival (IE), GV Gallery, ICA, Museum of London Docklands, Oboro (CA), Octopus Collective, PVA MediaLab, The Pigeon Wing, V22 and Victoria and Albert Museum amongst others.