For each issue, an exciting scholar, artist and/or musician poses a question to the Sonic Scope community. We then invite student researchers to respond in whatever way they like.
Julian Henriques Call and Response - Issue Two -
"A sound or an image can itself tell a story. But when you put them together in a particular order you tell a story with these elements. This is the principle of montage for which the Russian filmmaker Eisenstein is famous.
Your task: Originate or select just three sound-images that in order (beginning, middle and end) tell a story. It’s especially fun when the last one adds depth or makes us re-think the first one. Alternatively, write about a piece of audiovisual montage from a film, video installation, music video or other creative form that has a particularly resonant, emotional or compelling impact."
For each issue, an exciting scholar, artist and/or musician poses a question to the Sonic Scope
We then invite student researchers to respond in whatever way they like.
Read this issue's question by Julian Henriques at the link above and browse through the answers below.
Monty Williams - An Audio Postcard's Journey Hannah Bohlin - The Pick-Me-Up Julio Lugon - Plant Music - Underwater Orchestras Come to Light (Water 01) Float Chara Stergiou - What is a "DJ Lecture"?: Uprooting Sovereignties of Knowledge Through Montaging Songs Samiran Culbert - "Leaving the Table": Leonard Cohen and the Death of an Artist in Three Acts Hugo Craft-Stanley - Beyond the Blue Horizon Janell Yeo - Metanoia Emily Collins - World Was On Fire Epameinondas Fassianos - Electroacoustic Universe Alexander Jackson - Lost in the Gaze Raymond Sookram - "A Horse With No Name" - In Three Memories Lorenzo Prati - Melting Buildings