SUPERLUX Reading Group with Richy Carey: listening.watching.speaking
Wed 16 Jan–Mon 18 Feb 2019
16 Jan, 30 Jan, 4 Feb, 18 Feb, 6.30–8.30pm each evening
listening.watching.speaking is a new reading group led by composer Richy Carey taking place over four evenings in January and February 2019; an informal space to discuss practical and theoretical approaches to sound-image relationships in contemporary artists’ moving image practices.
Each week the group will read a short text by sound-image theorists, such as Michel Chion, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Holly Rogers and Bernd Herzogenrath, before watching/listening to works from the LUX collection and discussing both through each other.
The readings will look at audiovisual concepts, such as modes of listening, the interval between looking and listening, and the materiality of image and sound. Selected reading material will also respond to the interests of the group as the sessions develop.
The aim is to create a supportive environment where participants can discuss their own practices, be introduced to some key texts and engage with different works from the LUX collection.
Reading material will be emailed to participants when they book their place. Participants are encouraged to sign up for all four sessions and can book by emailing email@example.com
Richy Carey is a composer. His work looks at the intersection of sound, moving image and language, often with a focus on materiality and collaboration. Recent projects include; Near by, forthcoming (2019); the TWIST (is that you’re just like me), Children’s Exhibition, Tramway, Glasgow (2018); Special Works School, with Bambitchell, Gallery TPW, Toronto (2018); On the waves of the air, there is dancing out there, for Carrie Skinner, Telfer Gallery, Glasgow International Festival (2018); Wondering Soul, with Alexander Storey Gordon, Radiophrenia Live-to-air, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow (2017); and Memo to Spring, for Sarah Rose, Scottish National Galleries of Modern Art, Edinburgh (2017). Carey is a PhD researcher in film sound at the University of Glasgow and is the UNESCO City of Music artist-in-residence for Glasgow 2018.