The digital version of Canacoustica is now live at WFAE.net! This latest issue of Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology was a labour of love brought to you by we here at CASE, edited by Andrea Dancer with Eric Powell and Randolph Jordan featuring a broad range of.
In November 2014, sound artists Matthew Griffin and Eric Powell travelled to Dubai, United Arab Emirates to present a workshop on a new, interactive sound map as a part of ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art) 2014. A major aspect of the piece was to travel around the.
AUDIO POSTCARDS - Call for sounds!
This is a call for submissions to Audio Postcards sourced from across the Canadian soundscape. This call is open to ecological researchers, audio artists, composers, and the listening public. In 1 to 2 minutes, create or capture an aural image of a.
This month Edmonton-based sound artist, composer and accordionist Raylene Campbell discusses her multi-media research/creation project on the cultural history of hot springs and their ancient resonance in the present moment. -RJ
By Raylene Campbell
It is late 2009 and I leave Montreal to move back west to be closer to family. My mom has.
This month aural ethnographer Dr. Milena Droumeva argues for the role of acoustic ecology in filling key gaps in the way that contemporary digital media scholarship has addressed audio-based social media. -RJ
By Milena Droumeva
Over the last 13 years I have been involved in acoustic ecology, soundwalking, sound design and research.
In this month's post, CASE Chair Andrea Dancer takes us deep into the heart of her Kravin project to explore the art of soundscape composition as documentation of interspecies empathy at the edge of the human/animal divide. - RJ
By Andrea Dancer
On the ridge over the.
Composer/educator Scott Smallwood reports on last month's Sounds Like Audio Art Festival in Saskatoon. Scott shares his experiences as both featured performer and dedicated audience member through commentary on all the main events with an ear towards their engagement with soundscape ecology. -RJ
By Scott Smallwood
The Saskatoon-based AKA gallery,.
After returning from last month's Sound in the Land conference, held at University of Waterloo's Conrad Grebel College, Matthew Griffin reflects on his first experience with this unique event by way of an interview with its founder Carol Ann Weaver.
By Matthew Griffin
Sound in the Land is a.
This month composer/performer Carmen Braden brings us reflections on the coming of spring to her home in Yellowknife, calling for all of us to draw on the tools offered by acoustic ecology to open our ears to the sonic transformations that continually surround us - wherever we may be.
CASE is excited to introduce our new blog dedicated to charting emerging pathways through the shifting territories of contemporary acoustic ecology.
R. Murray Schafer developed acoustic ecology as an interdisciplinary extension to the field of ecology proper. His aim was to address problems in our sonic environments by learning to hear.