SoundCamp Stave Hill Ecological Park May 2017
SoundCamp Stave Hill Ecological Park May 2017
SoundCamp returns to SHED over the weekend of 6 to 7 May for International Dawn Chorus Day. The 4th edition of SoundCamp Stave Hill Ecological Park May 2017 is a chance to sleep out in the inner city on IDCD at one of the world’s first urban ecology parks, and explore the sounds of the Rotherhithe peninsula in the company of artists, naturalists and other listeners.
The event takes place at Stave Hill Ecological Park from 10am on Saturday 6th May to 4pm on Sunday 7th May
Soundtents provide listening spaces for the Reveil radio broadcast, which circles the earth at daybreak on live audio feeds. Transmitted by a community of DIY broadcasters around the world, using phones, laptops and Raspberry Pi’s, Reveil is assembled in a popup studio in the the SHED and goes out in full on Resonance Extra and participating stations, and over low power FM on site.
Soundcamp / Reveil will be at Stave Hill Ecological Park in Rotherhithe and at soundcamps elsewhere in the UK and beyond.
Walks, workshops and discussions
You are invited to join them for a programme of workshops, walks, performances and discussions with:
[list][item icon=”fa-users” ][/item] Artists Kate Carr and Lisa Hall will lead workshops and performances working with sounds of Spring in the air and water[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-users” ][/item] Rebeka Clark and Mike Fray lead walks exploring the flora and insects of the Park[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-users” ][/item] Maria Papadomanolaki will coordinate a series of site specific remote performances with Weather Report (S Korea), The Radius (Chicago), Octopus Collective (S Walney Island), Wave Farm (Acra, NY) and others.[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-users” ][/item] Chris Wood will compose with satellite time signatures.[/list]
SoundCamp will present work from a year’s residency researching 30 years of urban ecology at Stave Hill, since its creation on rubble infill in 1986.
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ][/item]Dawn Chorus walk on Sunday morning with an ornithologist[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ]Saturday night bat walk with Iain Bolton[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ]Food throughout the weekend by Leon Lewis[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ]Coffee from Dungaree Coffee[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ]Cakes and juices from The Dancing Baker[/list]
[list][item icon=”fa-info-circle” ]Bar on Saturday night, breakfast on Sunday morning[/list]
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What is SoundCamp?
Soundcamp is a series of outdoor listening events on International Dawn Chorus Day, linked by Reveil: a 24 hour broadcast that tracks the sounds of daybreak, travelling West from microphone to microphone on sounds transmitted live by audio streamers around the globe.
Soundcamp exists as the assembled activities of artists, scientists, activists, listeners and others, who contribute live audio streams at daybreak and head outdoors in small or larger forays to explore the sound ecology of strange and familiar places. For 24 hours those sounds are strung together to create a long, live composition and a kind of clock.
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Reveil / Listen
The last of four special broadcasts. Running from 5am yesterday until 6am today, Reveil is the broadcast element of SoundCamp, a series of outdoor listening events on International Dawn Chorus Day. It comprises a 24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak, relayed live by audio streamers around the globe. Use the #Reveil2017 hashtag to join SoundCamp on Twitter @soundtent. You can hear Reveil in its entirety on Resonance Extra.
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Bookings and contact
[textmarker color=”262626″]Booking is essential to camp and advisable for workshops and walks. Please, be sure you get in touch if you have any questions[/textmarker]
For information on camping, listening, broadcasting or contributing a live sound stream, visit Soundcamp website .Get in touch by email if you have any further queries.
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Disclaimer: The information in this calendar is subject to changes and cancellation. We always recommend to check with the organiser.