The Difficult Domestic
A specially commissioned podcast series produced by Felicity Ford for the festival 'Cut & Splice: Living Rooms'
The Domestic Soundscape is a specially commissioned podcast series for Cut & Splice: Living Rooms. Researched, recorded and produced by Felicity Ford, the series will feature an array of sonic experiments, artistsí conversations, sounds, home-recordings and compositions. Exploring the relationship between domestic space and the artistsí imagination, The Domestic Soundscape podcast series will investigate the role of domestic appliances, daily routines, habits, rooms and home-recordings in contemporary sound art/composition practice.
Cut & Splice: Living Rooms
19-20 June 2009, Wilton's Music Hall, London
exploring the domestic soundscape
mapping the ultra-ordinary
the life of a room revealed
Cut & Splice: Living Rooms brings together some of the worldís leading sound artists and composers for a two day festival of performance, installation, video, broadcast, podcast and discussion that explores the beauty, memory and personal identity of sound in domestic environments. The event is set in one of Londonís most atmospheric spaces, Wiltonís Music Hall, the last surviving and oldest grand music hall in the world.
Through a wide ranging programme using a range of unexpected spaces in Wiltonís Music Hall Cut & Splice: Living Rooms reveals the often over looked depth and meaning in the ordinary and individual sonic experience and dramatises the physical acoustic phenomena of architectural space.
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