6.30pm to 9pm
Soundings and Re-Soundings:
a theme and variations
How is memory formed and reformed? How do pieces of history get lost?
What happens when we only hear one side of a story or when the sonic traces of other perspectives have disappeared?
Cathy Lane works with the sounding out of individual and collective memories that have been overlooked or muted. These may relate to place, family, labour or aspects of social, cultural and political life.
This professorial platform will take the form of a multichannel performative lecture.
Introduced by Natalie Brett Pro-Vice Chancellor London College of Communication and Professor Angus Carlyle.
BY INVITATION ONLY
A drinks reception will follow.