NCAD – Office for Common Sound

NCAD – Office for Common Sound

NCAD, Monday 29th April - Sunday 12th May 2019

NCAD Gallery presents the Office for Common Sound (OCS), a nomadic project space devoted to researching the role of sound within different communities, managed by the artist Sven Anderson.

The OCS provides a public platform for researching the sound of a particular place, for gathering different perspectives about this sound, and for working together to investigate how these processes might contribute to the design and planning of the public realm.

Research: April 29th – May 2nd
Production: May 3rd – May 8th
Presentation: May 9th – May 12th
Gallery public access from Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm. Gallery access is not permitted on Saturdays & Sundays. Gallery on-street viewing 24hrs.

Event: Office Politics Thursday May 2nd, 6pm – 8pm.
Event: The City of Participation, Thursday May 9th, 6pm – 8pm.

The OCS is open to anyone with an interest in discussing the local sound environment. It evolves through activities including: Workshops, Sound walks, Reading groups, Field recordings, Listening sessions, Performances, Mapping, exercises, Interviews, Surveys. All are welcome to participate.


Date:
Monday 29th April - Sunday 12th May 2019
Time:
10.00am - 6.00pm
Price:
Free
Address:
NCAD Gallery, Thomas Street, The Liberties, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of NCAD Gallery, Thomas Street, The Liberties, Dublin, Ireland

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