Supersonix conference

Supersonix conference

Exhibition Road Cultural Group (ERCG)

Jacob Kirkegaard, Double Take.*
May 28, 2012
Supersonix conference

Wednesday 20–Saturday 23 June 2012

Exhibition Road
London SW7
United Kingdom
[email protected]

Confirmed artists and speakers
Sarah Angliss, Sam Auinger, Barry Blesser and Linda-Ruth Salter, Mira Calix, Jacob Kirkegaard, Aleksander Kolkowski, Bernhard Leitner, Kaffe Matthews, David McAlpine, Louis Niebur Andreas Oldörp, Aura Satz, Sophie Scott, Carsten Seiffarth, Jason Singh, Jonathan Sterne, Salomé Voegelin and CRiSAP panel, Sha Xin Wei, Jana Winderen, The Wire Panel including David Toop

Christie’s South Kensington; Goethe-Institut London; Imperial College London; Institut francais; Natural History Museum; Royal College of Art; Royal College of Music; Royal Geographical Society; Science Museum; V&A Museum

Supersonix is an interdisciplinary exploration of sound through critical theory, experiment, and performance.

A partnership between the Exhibition Road Cultural Group and the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Europe (SLSA EU), the three-day conference is aimed at anyone from the arts, curatorial studies, the sciences, humanities, and social sciences who is interested in an interdisciplinary approach to the study of sound and sonification.

The conference is underpinned by a range of artists’ performances and panels on collaborations between the arts, sciences, technology, and design. With an international line-up of keynote speakers and delegates from Australia, Europe, and North America already confirmed, Supersonix is a unique opportunity to join a global sonic conversation.

Conference Programme
Key strands include Sound, Noise & History; Listening; Sound & Voice; Sound & Body; Sound & Space.

Film Programme
Artist Aura Satz curates a selection of films which share an attention and sensitivity to the materiality of sound and sound-making technologies, devices, and instruments. Alongside her own films she will screen films by Manon de Boer, Jayne Parker, and Luke Fowler. Films will be shown throughout the conference at a specially created pop-up cinema at auction house Christie’s South Kensington.

Evening performances
Live sound art performances by three leading sound artists: Norway’s Jana Winderen and the UK’s Mira Calix and Kaffe Matthews, Friday 22 June, 19:30–22, First Floor Gallery space, Science Museum. This event is exclusive to Supersonix conference delegates.

Free evening lecture
The opening lecture will be held by Sha Xin Wei, Research Director of Topology media lab, Concordia University, Montreal,18:30–20, Imperial College, G16 lecture theatre. The lecture is free. All welcome!

We can offer a range of conferences tickets with concessions for students and freelance artists. Please go to for more information.

About Exhibition Road Cultural Group
Exhibition Road Cultural Group (ERCG) represents 20 internationally renowned arts, science, and learning organisations in London’s cultural heartland of South Kensington. Serving Britain’s most popular tourist area, ERCG is a registered charity that (i) promotes education through developing large-scale public projects, (ii) identifies new ways of working in partnership, (iii) acts as the collective voice of the institutions in the public and political arenas, and (iv) champions Exhibition Road as the world’s interdisciplinary meeting point.

ERCG also played a key role in the 25m GBP transformation of Exhibition Road ahead of London 2012, helping to create London’s most significant new public space.

*Image above:
Jacob Kirkegaard, Double Take. Photo: the artist.



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