AM Kanngieser is a geographer and sound artist, working with listening and sound to think more closely with/in the entanglements of people, time and ecologies. They are the author of Experimental Politics and the Making of Worlds (2013) and Between Sound and Silence: Listening toward Environmental Justice (forthcoming). Their audio work has been featured on Documenta 14 Radio, BBC 3, ABC Radio National, The Natural History Museum London, Arts Centre Melbourne, Radio del Museo Reina Sofía and Deutschland Radio, amongst many others. Their work ‘Between Dying and Death there is a Hum’ is an intimate journalling of grief, parental death and intergenerational trauma linked to wider constellations of embodiment, cycles of mourning and repair and oceanic tides and flows. This site specific work invites the audience into a space of collective listening and reflection on how land and water hold onto and release memory, histories and emotions. There will be two closed listening sessions each day of the festival. This is an audio work with supporting close captions and transcription available. Please register in advance and inform us of any additional accessibility needs you might require.
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