Tag Archives: Soundscapes

Walls of Sound: the Sound Conservation Centre

Walls of Sound is a BBC Radio 4 documentary exploring the work of the Sound Conservation Centre at the British Library. The idea for the programme, produced by Julian May and presented by radio historian Sean Street, was to explain … Continue reading

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Becoming-Crow, Courtesy of Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller.

The title of Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s largest sound installation to date –  ‘The Murder of Crows’ – not only references the collective name for a group of crows but also a fascinating characteristic of crow behaviour: their … Continue reading

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