Kinokophonography

Kinokophonography

Title: Kinokophonography
Location: MadLab
Description: With the hope of helping to create a platform for those interested in field recordings to share and discuss their work, kinokophone is organising Kinokophonography! Bring along a few favorites from your catalogue of recordings to play or come to listen to sounds and stories from around the world.
Start Time: 19:00
Date: 2010-11-03
End Time: 21:00

Kinokophone is a sound and story collective.

Kinoko: japanese for mushroom
Ko: Japanese for child
Kino: German and Russian for Cinema
Phone: as in telephone, microphone and speech sounds
In short, our name kinokophone encapsulates what we like to do, which is to record and communicate ideas with an unaffected sense of wonder, for what is growing up around us, unearthing the intertwining connections that lie beneath the surface. With the hope of helping to create a platform for those interested in field recordings to share and discuss their work, kinokophone is organising Kinokophonography an evening of listening and discovering worlds communicated through sound. If you would like to bring a recording to share, please write and send the name and running time of your recording. amanda@kinokophone.com

Kinokophonography

Over time we’ve gathered a collection of sounds from around the world. In an exploration of this immense, continuously changing and growing archive of

sound spores, Kinokophone welcomes field recordists, phonographers and listeners to join us for Kinokophonography; an evening of sharing sound recordings, thoughts on making and using recordings and recording techniques. Kinokophone is organising Kinokophonography with the hope of helping to create a platform for those interested in field recordings to share and discuss their work. Bring along a few favorites from your catalogue of recordings to play or just come to listen. If you would like to share a recording, please write us and include the track title and length. Please note that we have access to stereo speakers for this event.

Kinokophone would like to thank ideas with heart designer Ryan Weisgerber for the great poster

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