Portesham autumn sound walk and editing workshop

PorteshamChurch

Saturday 19th October 10.00am – 5.00pm [walk]
and Sunday 20th October 10.00am – 3.30pm [sound editing]

DIVAcontemporary associate artists Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers, assisted by Victoria Pirie, led the 2nd autumn seasonal sound walk, following a circular route from Portesham via Hardy’s Monument back to Portesham. Followed by a sound processing workshop on Sunday 20th at DIVAcontemporary Studio Bridport.

PoteshamChurchyard

Eva Fahle-Clouts, Matthew Aung and Marshall Stapleton, waiting for the church clock to strike eleven.

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Marshall Stapleton and Ann Lambert recording and documenting the village pond.

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Ann, Matthew and Marshall exploring the acoustic potential of a farm gate and the wind [an aeolian harp].

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Matthew using a boom to get the sound of the leaves.

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Victoria Pirie recording the sound of wind through the leaves.

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Ricahard White.

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Hardy’s Monument

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Sunday 20th October 10.00am – 3.30pm [sound editing]

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Portesham, Dorset, UK (code: 94901): http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=20087 Singinggate (62sec)

Portesham, Dorset, UK (code: 50488): http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=20083 Duck and Geese Chorus (66sec)

Portesham, Dorset, UK (code: 56465): http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=20112 water frame beat (61sec)

Portesham, Dorset, UK (code: 25765): http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=20456 church door and bells (66sec)

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images by Mandy Rathbone

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