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2 to 3 May 2020

In 2020 Soundcamp is an extended radio event, organized around the Reveil 24+ hour broadcast, which tracks sunrise West from 5AM UTC+1 on Saturday 2 May to 6AM on Sunday.

The Reveil schedule will bring together microphones from open windows, rooftops, gardens, forests, underwater and electromagnetic sites. The broadcast works with the Locus Sonus network to share sounds, ecologies and atmospheres as part of an emerging Acoustic Commons.

Reveil 2020 is accompanied by a program of extended radio projects supported by Arts Council England, originally as a series of site specific commissions, now as virtual projects.

To follow the Reveil broadcast and the progam of projects, and join a conversation on IRC chat, go to the REVEIL PLATFORM


Reveil 2020

Mixed live by Soundcamp in London UK (Grant Smith, Hannah Kemp-Welch) and Crete GR (Maria Papadomanolaki) with guest mixers in South River Ontario CA (Darren Copeland, NAISA) and Sunshine Coast, Queensland AUS (Leah Barclay, Biosphere Soundscapes).

Partner organisations include Full Of Noises (Cumbria UK) · Locus Sonus (Aix FR) · Radio CONA (Ljubljana SLO) · HMU (Crete GR) · Cyberforest (Tokyo JP).

Broadcasting Partners include Resonance FM/Extra(UK), Soundart Radio (UK) Wave Farm/WGXC(NY), NAISA Radio (Canada), Colaboradio (Berlin), Phaune Radio (Canada, France), Radio Campus (France), Radio Patapoe (Amsterdam), Orange 94 (Austria), Oscillation festival (Brussels), Radio Tsonami (Chile), Wildlife Sound Recording Society (WSRS), Colaboradio (Berlin), Radio Campus (France), Archipel Stadions Community Radio (Berlin), Chimeres Radio (Athens), ΠΝode (Brussels).


Projects

/\ Pitch - Public Works, Soundcamp, Michael Speers - will prototype listening and transmission structures to connect the School for Civic Action in Creative Quarantine.
/\ Open Work, Second Body - Sophie Dyer, Sasha Engelmann - will use hand made and operated receivers to relay live atmospheric data from satellites over balconies in 2 sites in London.
/\ Nightfall Radio - Kate Donovan - Berlin CET - will create a radio ecosystem spanning scales and species at dusk.
/\ The Acoustic Commons Study Group is convened by Ella Finer.
/\ Hannah Kemp-Welch will workshop a toolkit for listening to shortwave radio.
/\ Good Morning World - Rachel Sale (Devon, BST), Rachel Yalisove (Philadelphia - EST) will make Instagram drawings in London from live listening notes by Rachel Yalisove .
/\ Bat Group - Iain Boulton, Jo Kennedy, Mike Bullock, Cliff Hammett, Erin Ruggiano, Zach Poff will be talking about bats, sharing bat sounds and improvising with bat related data.

Plus streams and remote performances from the #acousticommons network:
Full Of Noises (Cumbria UK) · Locus Sonus (Aix FR) · CONA (Ljubljana SLO) · HMU (Crete GR) · Cyberforest (Tokyo JP)

Tune in on Wave Farm (US), Resonance Extra (UK) and participating stations.

Follow the extend event on the Reveil Platform

Join at Eventbrite.

@soundtent
#acousticommmons
#Reveil2020

Help

For information on, listening, joining as a streamer or broadcaster, for media questions and with other ideas, please see the tabs or mail contact@soundtent.org.

SoundCamp is a non profit arts organisation. Please consider making a donation large or small to support this year's programme of new streams and free activities.

Thank you.


Soundcamp in 2020 contributes to the Acoustic Commons, an emerging network of live environmental streams which draw attention to the unique sounds of particular places across Europe and beyond. Over the next three years, the Acoustic Commons will develop work between Full of Noises (Barrow, Cumbria), Locus Sonus (Aix-Marseille), CONA (Ljubljana), Soundcamp (London), Hellenic Mediterranean University (Heraklion, Crete) and Cyberforest (Tokyo).
As the project proceeds, it will involve events, workshops and creative actions outside conventional cultural spaces, focusing on sounds as intangible resources which can be shared.