Posts Tagged ‘Kinokophonography’

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Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Kinokophonography

Combine Japanese for mushroom (Kinoko) or a child (Ko) with Russian for cinema (Kino) and add a microphone, recording device (phone) and you get – Kinokophone. Behind that name is an artist duo consisting of Amanda Belantara and Jon Tipler who bring their passion for sounds to a wider audience on an event called Kinokophonograhy. The aim of the event is to provide a platform for those interested in field recordings to share and discuss their work. There really isn’t anything like it in MaDLab and the group creating inspiring soundscapes stands out. There is so many interesting recordings that almost never get heard – MadLab happily provides a venue to change that.
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Kinokophonography

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

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: 2011-03-31
End Time: 21:00

Kinokophonography is an evening of sharing sound recordings, exploring the experience of listening and discussing what these recordings and the process of making them can bring to life.

Send along a few favorites from your catalogue of recordings to play or just come to listen. Please write us if you would like to attend or play a recording.

Open Call for audio submissions

Kinokophonone are welcoming submissions by field recordists and
phonographers to share in a collective listening experience at future
events. Works can be un-edited field recordings or compilations of no more
than 5 minutes in duration.

To respond to our open call, please email us
Please send us your sound files 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.

Theme Submissions

In addition to our open call, we welcome submissions around a theme collectively decided by those in attendance at Kinokophonography.

The next theme is:Power  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 March 25th.

We will dedicate part of the evening to these specially produced recordings.

In the meantime, please check out theKinokophonography page or our websitefor further and upcoming information.

Kinokophone.

Kinokophonography

Monday, January 10th, 2011

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: 2011-02-23
End Time: 21:00

Kinokophone is a sound and story collective.

Following on from the success of Kinokophonography02 and in our continued exploration of an immense, continuously changing and growing archive of sound spores, Kinokophonography03 welcomes field recordists, phonographers and listeners to join us again for an evening of sharing sound recordings, thoughts on making and using recordings and recording techniques.

Please send us your recordings along with the following details by 15th February if you would like to play it on the night: track title, format, length and location where the recording was made.

moshimoshi@kinokophone.com

To sign up visit http://kinokophonography03.eventbrite.com/

Kinokophonography

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

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: 2011-01-20
End Time: 21:00

Hello Everyone, Following the success of Kinokophone’s first listening evening in November, we’re planning our next event.

Kinokophonography is an evening of sharing sound recordings, exploring the experience of listening and discussing what these recordings and the process of making them can bring to life.

We are excited to announce Kinokophonography 02!

Please write us or RSVP on eventbrite if you would like to attend or play a recording.

If you would like to play a recording, please send us 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.

We hope that Kinokophonography will inspire more recordings.Beginning next month each event will include the playing of recordings which have been especially gathered for Kinokophonography by kinokophonographers (ie, you!). These recordings will be based upon a theme decided upon collectively at Kinokophonography.

For Kinokophonography 02 we propose the theme of winter. Please interpret this theme as you wish, and set out with your recorder. Next, please send us your recording (up to 2 minutes) by January 13th.  We will dedicate a segment of Kinokophonography02 to these specially produced recordings.

In the meantime, you can check out the Kinokophonography page or our website for further and upcoming information.

See you January 2011

Kinokophone.

Kinokophonography

Monday, October 11th, 2010

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