Maria Papadomanolaki

A Thing Heard: Four Ways of Listening

A Thing Heard: Four Ways of Listening is a collaborative tour showcasing the work of four contemporary British artists working in the field of sound art. Th...

Soundcamp – London – 30 April – 1 May

Soundtent May 2015 Pinhole Ky Lewis Date: 10.00 30 April - 18.00 Sunday 1 May  2016 Place: Stave Hill Ecological Park, Timber Pond Rd, Rotherhithe SE16 6...

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Kamchatka. JIM HAYNES (Contour Editions 2012) Review by Maria Papadomanolaki Haynes’s work sits between the static and the turbulent. While giving you the i...

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Blue.Hour. YANN NOVAK (Farmacia 2013) Review by Maria Papadomanolaki Yann Novak’s Blue.Hour attempts to capture the eternity of a moment, to transpose it to...

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Exchanges across a dinner table. SIMON WHETHAM, SLAVEK KWI (Tentacles Of Perception 2013) Review by Maria Papadomanolaki After almost five years of  stirrin...

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Sunset Soundrise. FRÉDERIC NOGRAY (Very Quiet 2012) Review by Maria Papadomanolaki Frederic Nogray’s Sunset Soundrise falls into the rainforest field record...

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40:43. MECHA / ORGA -Yiorgis Sakellariou- (OtO 2013) Review by Maria Papadomanolaki Four untitled tracks, stripped down to their bare essential: time. The b...

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Grand Union Canal at Harlesden: Willesden Junction ‘Grand Union Canal at Harlesden: Willesden Juncion’ is a sonic, visual and written essay based on the coll...
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Maria Papadomanolaki

Editor

Sound artist, researcher, writer.