dedicated to art that is curious of ear


SoundFjord clocked up its first decade on 31 July 2020.

A huge congratulations to all those who have made this organisms a living thriving being over the years.

If you are able to support our future, please consider a small donation - time, expertise, funds.

Auraldiversities returned on 13 November 2020 with the first of six day-long sessions addressing the auraldiverse turn in the arts and humanities. 

Sessions are curated by John Drever . Alice Eldridge . Helen Frosi. Sessions are funded by CHASE (Cohort Development Fund).

Sessions explore three research themes: Listening in the Present Tense, Expanded Listening: Multiphyla-listening/Altered States, and Future Listening

Previous sessions featured presentations, interactive activities, meditations, screenings and shared listenings with: 

Ximena Alarcon . Heidi Appel & Rex Cocroft . Elena Biserna . Ansuman Biswas . Kate Carr, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay . Cecile Chevalier & Chris Kiefer . Noe Cuellar .  Alex De Little and collaborators . Milena Droumeva . Ella Finer with Yorgos Samantas and Urok Shirhan . Charlie Fox . Cliff Hammett . AM Kanngieser . Debbie Kent . Natasha Mhatre . Dawn Scarfe and Lisa Schonberg

Click through for event information on Listening in the Present Tense.

Click through for Event Information on Expanded Listening.

Our activity with Ingrid Plum will be rescheduled in 2021. 

Our final event of the series, and in the these Future Listening is on 10 June

The session features presentations, a sonic paper and an audio screening from: Amina Abbas-Nazari . Sasha Engelmann . Shirley Djukurn√£ Krenak & Nathaniel Mann (live translation: Thiago Jesus)

Click through for event information.

Click through to bookings.

Desire Lines will return with a new series of DIY sensory wanders. 

After a wee break, Longplayer Day is also set to return in June 2022. 

Our EnCOUnTErs project - interspecies ecounters, ecology and the sonic imagination - is funded! 

We will be roaring-to-go from summer 2022. 

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