Tag Archives: FieldRecording
Leonie Roessler is a composer, performer, and sound artist based in The Hague. She works extensively with field recordings, which she uses for installations, radio works, and live performances. Her two-track album “Iran-India” is made of field recordings that she … Continue reading
Dock / Ancien Palais de Justice is a Sound installation and listening space by Paul Devens with Justin Bennett at Les Brasseurs art contemporain, Liège; it is coordinated and curated by Les Brasseurs (Jérôme Mayer and Corentin Lahaye), Paul Devens … Continue reading
‘Noise à Noise’ is an open-community and a Tehran-based, independent, artist-run record label with the same title (since 2018) for experimental and noise music artists from Iran, or those who have a bond with this culture or the art-scene. It … Continue reading
Leonie Roessler recorded all the material used in these collages during her residency at New Media Society in Iran. Isfahan and Tehran are made of field recordings of various environments of these cities, from the old bazaar to the metro. … Continue reading
A sound installation with the soundscapes of Tehran, along with a set of analog landscape photography in an event organized by ‘House No. 4’; “Days Of Experimental Sounds” was an exhibition and festival for experimental sounds, visual and plastic arts … Continue reading
Soundscapes of Tehran (also ‘Tehranscape’) is a collaborative ongoing project (since 2016) aiming to capture, archive and explore the sonar qualities of the soundscapes in the city of Tehran, especially across the populate areas in the form of an archive, and to support activities that draw attention toward the subject.
Such an archive can be either used for researchers in the field of culture, namely the ethnomusicology, or urban planning on the engineering side. This can also be very useful for sound artists for other creative purposes, including post-production for the film and other relative media. Continue reading