Please Go <here> for the more detailed (in process) Beyond Borders archive for this Project. There are a number of posts that lead up to the event described below, and a number of posts related to its aftermath, and details of the upcoming events in Berlin in April and Copenhagen in November will be posted there in dues course.
Draft Programme for:
Sonic Border/ Sonic Diaspora/Beyond Text
Monday 3rd – Saturday 8th November 2008
Centre for Cultural Studies
Goldsmiths University of London
Monday, 3 November
2:30 –3:00 pm – Rooms 137a and 138
Introduction by Julian Henriques – ‘Thinking Through Sound’
3:00 – 4:00 pm Chair: John Hutnyk
David Graeber. ‘Prisoners of Sound’
4:00 – 4:20 pm
Coffee and tea break.
Johannes Anyuru and Aleksander Motturi ‘Clandestino Festival in an Age of Ethnicism’
6:30 – 7:00 pm
Explanation of Coventry Event, introduction of those from Kolkata and other guests.
Drinks and dinner.
Tuesday, 4 November
1:00 – 2:00 pm – Rooms 308 and 307
Les Back ‘Siren’s Cry: The War on Terror and the Carceral City’
2:00 – 2:15pm
Coffee and tea break
2:15 – 3:45 pm Chair: Anamik Saha
Rangan Chakravarty. ‘Sound and Fury: The Language of Music: Contemporary Bangla Bands’
Paramita Brahmachari. tbc
3:45 – 4:00 pm
Coffee and tea break
4:00 – 6:00 pm Chair: Leila Whitley
Marc Teare. ‘The Secret History of a Musick Yet To Be.’
Carla Mueller-Schulzke. ‘Transcultural Soundscapes: Creative Musical Practice and the Politics of Sound.’
Kiwi Menrath. ‘Sounds Aquatic: From Oceans and Flows to Muddy Waters.’
Rico Reyes ‘Echolocating: Barrionics, Colonial Melancholia, and Technological Euphoria’<!–[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 <![endif]–>
Tuesday evening we will be travelling to SE1 to join Thomas Altheimer for an event.
52 mins film Europe For President at Alma Enterprises’ project space on November 4th in Glasshill Street, SE1 (no street number, signs in the small street will lead you to the venue). Altheimer will open the event at 7 pm with an ‘Act Of Concession’.
The film documents Altheimer’s attempt to launch a European candidate for president in the US. It is produced by German, French and Austrian television and premières on French/German broadcaster on Nov 1st at 6 pm (see German press release: http://www.zdf.de/ZDFde/inhalt/28/0,1872,1404028_idDispatch:8094208,00.html ).
Wednesday, 5 November
College Open Day. Free Morning
In the afternoon we will attend this separately organised (by GMD, Deptford TV and CUCR) film/talk event in Deptford Town Hall, New Cross Road, London SE14 6AF
4.30-5.15 – Deptford.TV Premieres: Black History Month
Four short films made by Goldsmiths MA Screen Documentary students for Deptford.TV on Deptford’s black history. They look at the story of reggae sound systems in the area, the growth of the black community here, and the racist violence of the 1970s and 1980s, including the New Cross Fire.
5.30-8.00 – Talkoake on se14 6af: What will New Cross be?
Goldsmiths, University of London, is located in the heart of the dynamic and diverse neighbourhood of New Cross. The area is home to emerging creative businesses, deprived council estates and large numbers of students. How do these different communities interact?
see details at the end of the full program here .
Thursday, 6 November
THE PERFORMANCE OF CRISIS
November 6 2008 Rooms 137-138
Chair: Hanna Kuusela
11:00- 11:30 Introduction: Performing Crisis- Nicolás Salazar-Sutil
11:30-11:50 Crisis? What Crisis? Perspectives on the Credit Crunch- Andy Christodoulou
11:50- 12:30 The Madness of Decision- Dr James Burton- Goldsmiths College.
12:30- 13:30 Lunch break
Chair: Yuk Hui
13:30-14:30 Keynote Contribution: ‘Politicizing Crisis’ Professor Teivo Teivainen, University of Helsinki
14:30- 15:00 Value formation and crisis – Operativity of narrative – Lee Wan-Gi
15:00- 15:30 Something Between us: exploring social-fragmentation, philosophical anxieties and the economic crisis in America – John Ferrara
15:30- 16:00 Coffee Break
Chair: Cristóbal Bianchi
16:00-16:50 The inchoate situation of decline and the rhetoric of crisis- Dr Ina Dietzsch, University of Durham
16:50- 17:20 HO2Crisis: Water Wars and its trickling effect- Eva Slotegraaf
17:20- 17:50 Debord, Lautreaont and the aesthetics of negativity- Tom Bunyard
17:50- 18:30 The financial crisis as a window of opportunity: Hanna Kuusela
Friday, 7 November
11:00 – 1:00 pm – Rooms 308 and 307
Film: Jahaji Music, India in the Caribbean
Presented by Surabhi
1:00 – 2:30pm
2:30 – 4:00 pm
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John Speyer and Music In Detention
‘Identities and Interactions in Border Institutions: Music in Immigration Removal Centres’
4:00 – 4:30 pm
Coffee and tea Break
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Karen Tam Songs not quite from Impanema.’
Camille Barbagallo. ‘Crossing borders. The xtalk project: free English classes for migrant sex workers.’
David Hysek ‘Quinta del Sordo – sense, theatre and sound’
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Future Events: February in Berlin, May in Copenhagen.
Saturday, 8 November
Noise of the Past – a poetic journey of war, memory & dialogue
Free bus to Coventry for this event (you have to book a place by emailing Leila on . Limited spaces available.
see the full program here .
Again, please Go <here> for the more detailed (in process) Beyond Borders archive for this Project. There are a number of posts that lead up to the event described below, and a number of posts related to its aftermath, and details of the upcoming events in Berlin in April and Copenhagen in November will be posted there in dues course.