The Kinokophone collective provides a space for field recordists to share interesting sounds recorded from everyday and is open to those outside the entertainment industry to join in and listen to the unique collection and array of sounds on offer. People can come together and enjoy a collective listening experience, from anthropologists to designers to sound artists.
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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
End Time: 21:00
Call for recordings
Kinokophonone are welcoming submissions by field recordists and
phonographers to share in a collective listening experience at our next listening
event. Works can be un-edited field recordings or compilations.
The submission deadline for this call is 11th April, 2013.
Please send all submissions to:
To respond to our open call, send us your sound file (up to 4 minutes in duration) along with the following details: track title, length and location of where the recording was made. Please note that we have stereo speakers available for the event. Please feel free also include a short paragraph regarding your track or work if you’d like it to be included in our programme.
In addition to our open call, we welcome submissions around a theme. The next session’s theme is: memory. Please interpret this theme as you wish, and set out with your recording device. Next, please send us your recording (up to 2.5 minutes) by April 11th. Please send along the following details: track title, length and location of where the recording was made. Please also include a short description of why you feel it fits into the theme. We will dedicate part of the evening to these specially produced recordings.
We await your recordings with open ears and hope to see you there!
Kinokologue 1 is an installation by Kinokophone. Kinokophone is a sound and storytelling collective, producing work for installations, sound for documentary films, ethnographic research, oral history projects and anything else they think is interesting and fun! Through working on so many projects, they have amassed a large collection of recordings. Many of the recordings are used in a particular project, while others remain stored forever on stacks of hard drives, waiting to be heard… So Kinokophone started to imagine how they could possibly go about creating an interactive physical archive of all these sounds, so that other people could explore and enjoy them. This is where the idea for Kinokolouge came about and with funding provided by the Cornerhouse Micro Commissions and support from the Paul Hamlyn foundation, they could begin to experiment with their sonic specimen… (more…)