Originally broadcast on 1st May 2013 at 13:00 by octopuscollective.org, the show is now available to listen to on the Kinokophone Soundcloud channel…or below. Check it out to hear some beautiful field recordings from across the globe, all past submissions to Kinokophonography, and to hear the stories behind them:
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Find out more about the contributers here.
Head over to octopuscollective.org at 13:00 GMT to hear our Kinokophonography retrospective, including works submitted by recordists from across the globe…
…and this super cool illustration by the Green Elfcup:
I’m heading back to Manchester in just over a week and feeling pretty excited to visit Kinokophone’s latest piece of work, the Kinokologue ‘a cabinet of sonic curiosities explored through the ears, eyes and the imagination’.
I was lucky enough to contribute a little to the original Kinokologue last year, but the waves I’m feeling through the mycelium this time round suggest huge movements in the sonic archive and for all Kinokophone activities including their collective listening event, Kinokophonography.
Amanda, Mike & Takashi with the Kinokologue:
An evening of sharing sound recordings from around the world!
Submitted by KinokoAmanda.
Kinokophone is a sound and storytelling collective, producing works for installations, ethnographic research, oral history projects, sound for documentary films and anything that we think is exciting and fun! We also organise Kinokophonography, an evening of listening and sharing field recordings from around the world.
We started Kinokophonography in order to help cultivate a forum through which recordists can share their work and to create a community space for listening. The event has drawn attention from far reaches of the mycelium and has incited the creation of further artistic and exploratory ethnographic works. The evenings bring together amateur and professional recordists from a variety of fields, researchers from a number disciplines, musicians, visual artists, filmmakers and people just curious to have a listen. It provides a unique and supportive environment for recordists to share and respond to sound recordings and for listeners to explore places and cultures both near and far through sounds, highlighting the importance of the role sound in everyday life.
We are very pleased that so many people have shared their recordings and voiced their support for the event. We feel this funding opportunity would enable us to continue and further develop what has become an expanding network of people interested in taking time to listen to the world. We would like to use the funds in order to invest more time in organising, curating, and promoting the event, to purchase equipment that would support the infrastructure of the event, to enable contributing artists from other towns to attend, to develop a webspace dedicated to publishing and archiving the recordings shared on the evenings and to also allocate expenses for local organisations and artists who have supported the event thus far by providing their services for free. The funding would cover the costs of three events over three months, giving Kinokphone the ability to build upon the event’s potential and to keep the mycelium of sound spores healthy and growing.
Please help Manchester’s sound recordists by voting for Kinokophonography at Umbro Industries. With your help we stand a chance of gaining extra support to continue this exciting event and keep the mycelium growing across the globe.
From the Pyrenees I discover this poster by the infamous BB…brilliant! Listen out, sounds from the mountains coming soon!
Fantastic opportunity to share your recordings with an enthusiastic group of field recordists and phonographers…check out the themed submission section for some inspiration and to get your ideas flowing!