Daniela Cascella, En abîme – Information and Forthcoming Events

Oct 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Events & Announcements

The following is information and events for En Abîme by Daniela Cascella - An archival fiction of listening, where landscape is reinvented and abstracted across autobiographical narratives of sounds, books, pictures and songs.
1. En abîme
En abîme: Listening, Reading, Writing. An Archival Fiction (Zero Books, 2012) is now available online from the ICR shop and the Touch shop:

http://www.icrdistribution.com
http://touchshop.org/product_info.php?cPath=105&products_id=551

 

2. Ephemeral Sustainability

A conference about presenting, documenting, collecting and archiving sound-based contemporary art.

Talks, presentations and performances by Kabir Carter, Daniela Cascella, Seth Cluett, Sarah Cook, Christoph Cox, Helga De La Motte-Haber, Anne Marthe Dyvi, Lars Morch Finboroud, Joost Fonteyne, Julia Gerlach, Nicole Gingras, Aernoudt Jacobs, Seth Kim-Cohen, Christina Kubisch, Signe Lidén, Barbara London, Raoul Morchen, Anne Hilde Neset, Per Platou, Rolf Sachsse, Carsten Seiffarth, Asbjorn Tiller, David Toop, Maia Urstad, Edwin Van Der Heide, Salomé Voegelin.

 

Date: 1-3 November
Venue: Lydgalleriet, Bergen, Norway

http://www.oestre.no/index.php/en/gruppe-program?group=3

 

3. Writing Sound

A symposium within the Significant Landscapes series organised by SARU (Sonic Art Research Unit), Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. With; Daniela Cascella, Amy Cutler, Patrick Farmer, Michael Pisaro, David Stent, Salomé Voegelin.

Date: 7 November, 2-6pm

Venue: Richard Hamilton Building, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Hill Campus, Oxford, OX3

http://www.sonicartresearch.co.uk/events/significant-landscapes/

 

Book Cover from Zero Books website

978-1-78099-403-1, $16.95 / £9.99, paperback, 159pp

Daniela Cascella is an Italian writer based in London. For over ten years her research has been focused on sound and listening, across publications and curated projects. Her recent work explores Writing Sound in connection to landscape and memory, and fictional tropes in criticism.

Daniela holds an MFA in Art Writing from Goldsmiths University of London and won the 2011 BookWorks Award for Art Writing.
She has published two books in Italian, The Edge of the World and Sculptors of Sound.
Before moving to London in 2009 Daniela worked in Rome as a journalist and sound art curator.

web: http://www.danielacascella.com
blog: http://enabime.wordpress.com/
twitter: @enabime

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