Posts Tagged ‘ London ’

Here’s to you, Mrs. Dalloway! | 3 Quarks Daily

Noah Knopf in Harvard Political Review: It took me three tries to understand even a little of Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf’s famous 1925 modernist novel set on a single day in London. . . .

Source: Here’s to you, Mrs. Dalloway! | 3 Quarks Daily

Resonance Extra – Sounds of Dawn

REVEIL 24 HOUR BROADCAST 2019
International Dawn Chorus Day

5AM London time (UTC 0+1) on Saturday 4 MAY to 6AM on Sunday 5 MAY 2019

Reveil (2014-19) is a 24 hour broadcast of live sounds of daybreak. Starting near the Greenwich Meridian at 5AM, Reveil travels West following the grey line just ahead of sunrise, when birds and other organisms generate a continuously changing wave of sound. Live audio feeds are supplied by streamers around the world using devices from phones, laptops and Raspberry Pi’s to commercial broadcasting equipment. Domestic scale projects join formal research networks to realize a collective composition of environmental sounds lasting one earth day. Reveil links a series of micro festivals (soundcamps) on International Dawn Chorus Day. Supported by Arts Council England and private contributions With thanks to all the streamers, projects and stations who make up the broadcast. Resonance Extra is a 24/7 digital broadcasting platform dedicated to global music, sound art and radio art based at Resonance, London’s community radio station for the arts.

Source: Resonance Extra

In the Studio – Imtiaz Dharker: Perfecting poetry – BBC Sounds

Hear poetry being crafted by the award-winning Imtiaz Dharker. A poem is “like love”.

Source: In the Studio – Imtiaz Dharker: Perfecting poetry – BBC Sounds

Nubya Garcia_When We Are – YouTube

Khadija Saye: artist on cusp of recognition when she died in Grenfell | UK news | The Guardian

Khadija Saye, who has been named as a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire, had met with an influential gallery director only a day before her death. Photograph: Daffyd Jones/PA

Work of Khadija Saye, who died in Wednesday’s fire, was being exhibited at Venice Biennale and had caught eye of influential director

Source: Khadija Saye: artist on cusp of recognition when she died in Grenfell | UK news | The Guardian

Donovan – London Town

Culture Club – Mistake No. 3 (1985)