Sunday, 26 October 2014

Public Event 29th October 2014

The Disembodied Voice
Wednesday 29th October

The newly formed research group ‘The Disembodied Voice’ will host its first public event to introduce a series of references in the form of film clips, ideas, texts etc. Each member of the group will present material relating to their own practice and interests concerning ideas of the disembodied voice and its place in contemporary culture. 

The group is formed of Maia Conran, Patrick Coyle, Karen Di Franco, The Hut Project, and Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry who are also coordinating the programme over the coming months. 

For the event at Danielle Arnaud visitors are invited to take part in discussing the presented material as well as celebrating the inaugural event of this research project.  

Monday, 13 October 2014

The Disembodied Voice

Through critical engagement, discursive processes and production this collaborative research project sets out to investigate the relationship between the disembodied voice and contemporary visual culture. Working together the group will explore an array of questions and ideas relating to their individual practices and concepts surrounding the disembodied voice. The groups participants work across different fields from film making, performance, writing, curating and archiving. 

Working through the groups’ individual disciplines the research will explore expanded ideas and complexities of the disembodied voice to leave room for unexpected discoveries, connections and expansions of the subject. The group will take part in workshops, site visits and activities held by guest speakers from a variety of fields to expand on their practice.

The research process will open up for further input by hosting open public events throughout the project. 

More information about the participants:  
Karen Di Franco - 
Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry -