• 00:01 Nothing brings me hope, but that doesn't mean that I am not happy. I love being in the world!
  • 02:34 A few thoughts on the bushfires in Australia: a pervasive colonial relationship with the land.
  • 10:34 The scale and speed of what needs to happen. Reality check: if change was gonna come from governments, it would have come by now.
  • 15:50 To deal with our legacy. Art as a tool to see who we are and the responsabilities we have.
  • 17:29 Having conversations with our children
  • 21:53 Green consumerism is not the solution
  • 27:37 Environments and landscapes make a particular sound
  • 28:45 Sound affordances. On the difficulty of talking about sound.
  • 30:47 The temporalities of academia
  • 31:16 Keeping an archive
  • 35:15 Data sonification. To go beyond the aesthetics.
  • 41:21 The ambivalences of working with sound: a few more thoughts on the tricky question of making things heard.
  • 45:09 Sound and geography.
  • 48:15 Expanded listening. Not only from the human-antropocentric perspective.
06/10/2020 49' 56''

English

Anja Kanngieser Transversal Geographies

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with political geographer and sound artist Anja Kanngieser that we were unable to include the first time around.

This podcast is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. Produced in collaboration with Sonic Acts.
Share
ExtraAnja Kanngieserlisteningfield recordingsClimate changeSonic ActsRe-Imagine EuropeCreative Commons

Related RWM programmes