Sonic archaeology, essentially, is the exploratory probing of phenomena
through sonic amplification, creating audible maps of otherwise undetectable
events in the natural world. Examples range from the early phonographic
experiments of Thomas Edison to the more paraphysical realm of EVP (electronic
During the workshop participants will learn to:
– practically stage classical EVP detection experiments
– construct a quantum metaphase typewriter for communication with parallel
– build devices to play back and decode surface marks and inscriptions
– make audible fluctuations in laser light and electrochemical reactions
– translate ultrasonic impulses to the audio range
– work with the active construction of electromagnetic emissions
Tutor: Martin Howse [ http://1010.co.uk/â€Ž ]
Saturday 22.06.2013, 11:30â€“14:30h, 16:00-19:00h
Sunday 23.06.2013, 11:30â€“14:30h, 16:00-19:00h
Location: Fabra i Coats â€“ FĂ brica de CreaciĂł. Sant AdriĂ , 20. Barcelona. Metro Sant Andreu.
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