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Hallowe’en London – Rorschach Audio at Apiary Studios

October 24, 2012

A full-length “Rorschach Audio” lecture-demonstration takes place on Hallowe’en 2012 as part of the Death & Culture series at Apiary Studios, 458 Hackney Road, London E2 9EG, Weds 31 Oct, 8pm sharp (admission by donation please folks) –

Another “Rorschach Audio” presentation takes place at The Voice Symposium at the London Science Museum’s Dana Centre, Fri 16 Nov 2012. At 2pm I’ll be speaking alongside artist Aura Satz, Roger Moore (Speech & Hearing Research Group, University of Sheffield), David Reby (University of Sussex) and poet James Wilkes (UCL). Admission is FREE, on-line booking is essential however –

The Science Museum’s Dana Centre
165 Queen’s Gate
South Kensington
London SW7 5HD

Other contributors include Adam Crockatt, Alice Carey, Antonia Barnett-McIntosh, Carol Watts, Carolyn McGettigan, Emma Bennett, Hannah Silva, Holly Pester, Jonnie Robinson, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Matthew Wraith, Mikhail Karikis, Sophie Scott and Will Montgomery; at 4pm Pradheep Shanmugalingam will be giving a presentation about Sinewave Speech – see “Rorschach Audio” book pages 25 and 26.

The event is supported by The Wellcome Trust, Resonance 104.4FM and The London Consortium.

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One Comment
  1. Many thanks for your wonderful talk at the Apiary studios last night – it was so refreshing, informative and entertaining. I found the talk and discussion particularly applicable to my own experience of tinnitus (although this is probably an unexpected side effect of your talk!)and my personal auditory reality – particularly when thinking about the picket fence effect in comparison to silent times when tinnitus is most bothersome. I think I will write a review of the night and the book soon on my blog, when I finish reading it!

    Thanks again and best wishes!

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