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 ====== A vision of Sound art, architecture and sound practices in the field of Sonic Urbanism ====== ====== A vision of Sound art, architecture and sound practices in the field of Sonic Urbanism ======
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 In 1999, Jaap Blonk invited me to propose a work for voice and architecture published in Leonardo Music Journal - Volume 15 - December 2005 – p.83-84, where I drew a relation between listening, sound poetry and acoustic space. In 1999, Jaap Blonk invited me to propose a work for voice and architecture published in Leonardo Music Journal - Volume 15 - December 2005 – p.83-84, where I drew a relation between listening, sound poetry and acoustic space.
-    • https://​www.mitpressjournals.org/​doi/​abs/​10.1162/​lmj.2005.15.1.83a#​authorsTabList+ 
 +https://​www.mitpressjournals.org/​doi/​abs/​10.1162/​lmj.2005.15.1.83a#​authorsTabList
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 In the meantime I moved away from the radio studios towards urban spaces, creating performances with radio transmitters and receivers (micro pirate radios) using the soundscapes of the surrounding environment to produce real time sound transformations and to send these back through radio into the acoustic space of the city. In the meantime I moved away from the radio studios towards urban spaces, creating performances with radio transmitters and receivers (micro pirate radios) using the soundscapes of the surrounding environment to produce real time sound transformations and to send these back through radio into the acoustic space of the city.
 From 2000 – 2006, I worked with other artists from the Apo33 group on a specific research project called : Mobile radiophonic device. The aim was to create multiple aural architectures using city soundscapes and live urban radio transmissions. We created a regular mobile laboratory at the Villette center in Paris, across different neighborhoods in Nantes to the streets of Brooklyn in New York City with the support of free103point9 and Sound Drop (Nuit Blanche Paris and Mu Collective) in order to organise what I called a transmutation of city soundscapes between different city. From 2000 – 2006, I worked with other artists from the Apo33 group on a specific research project called : Mobile radiophonic device. The aim was to create multiple aural architectures using city soundscapes and live urban radio transmissions. We created a regular mobile laboratory at the Villette center in Paris, across different neighborhoods in Nantes to the streets of Brooklyn in New York City with the support of free103point9 and Sound Drop (Nuit Blanche Paris and Mu Collective) in order to organise what I called a transmutation of city soundscapes between different city.
  
-    • https://​www.sound-drop.org/​IMG/​pdf/​Sound_Drop_2005_-_Dossier_de_presse.pdf+https://​www.sound-drop.org/​IMG/​pdf/​Sound_Drop_2005_-_Dossier_de_presse.pdf
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 **Over 2 years (2004 - 2006)** – I established a research project called Poulpe (Grant Research Dicream-CNC - 2004), with Apo33: an ongoing experiment to create a new form of art using the sound of architecture,​ public spaces and mutation of soundscapes in real time. Le poulpe (the octopus) is an analogical and digital organism living in a network. Each branch constitutes a sonic installation which, out of a specific location, collects its own locally generated sound effects, transforms them via a digital automaton into a new arrangement of sounds. The outcome is then broadcast locally, through loudspeakers,​ and across the Net, through streaming. Le Poulpe belongs in the city, where people live and make noise. It gives a virtual body to this city, expressing through sounds its invisible movements and its continuous flows. Over the Net, its tentacles collect and connect continuous sonic fluxes from ever changing contexts, to infiltrate and modify another environment. We realised a serie of installation / exhibition in different types of space (Library, Public spaces, building, school...etc) for different cities all connected together with real time audio streaming. **Over 2 years (2004 - 2006)** – I established a research project called Poulpe (Grant Research Dicream-CNC - 2004), with Apo33: an ongoing experiment to create a new form of art using the sound of architecture,​ public spaces and mutation of soundscapes in real time. Le poulpe (the octopus) is an analogical and digital organism living in a network. Each branch constitutes a sonic installation which, out of a specific location, collects its own locally generated sound effects, transforms them via a digital automaton into a new arrangement of sounds. The outcome is then broadcast locally, through loudspeakers,​ and across the Net, through streaming. Le Poulpe belongs in the city, where people live and make noise. It gives a virtual body to this city, expressing through sounds its invisible movements and its continuous flows. Over the Net, its tentacles collect and connect continuous sonic fluxes from ever changing contexts, to infiltrate and modify another environment. We realised a serie of installation / exhibition in different types of space (Library, Public spaces, building, school...etc) for different cities all connected together with real time audio streaming.
  
-https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=XsZLFjFdhI8 / http://​poulpe.apo33.org Apo33 published a art book that traces the research with an audio CD -Poulpe – 2006 – Edition Parenthèses / Metamkine, Nantes. ​+https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=XsZLFjFdhI8 / http://​poulpe.apo33.org Apo33 published a art book that traces the research with an audio CD -Poulpe – 2006 – Edition Parenthèses / Metamkine, Nantes. ​
  
-http://​apo33.org/​poulpe/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=2cor_maquette_poulpe.pdf Brandon Labelle uses the Poulpe project in his book background noise as part of one of his chapter : Live Streams: Apo33 and Multiplying Place – Brandon Labelle Bloomsbury Academic (London, United Kingdom).+http://​apo33.org/​poulpe/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=2cor_maquette_poulpe.pdf Brandon Labelle uses the Poulpe project in his book background noise as part of one of his chapter : Live Streams: Apo33 and Multiplying Place – Brandon Labelle Bloomsbury Academic (London, United Kingdom).
  
 Radio Transarchitecture – is a concept that involves cross transformation and architecture. It forms the bases of a project I started working on in 2007, through which I continue my research to transform urban architecture and spaces with radio transmission and sound from the environment. In 2008 I participated in 2 major exhibitions for this project, the first one in London at Tenderpixel gallery, the principle was to transform the street of the gallery into a radio transmission spiral. Every shop and every part of this ancient gallery & bookshop street mutated into radio waves generators, the people passing through became interference to finally change the resonant property of the transmissions and of the space. Radio Transarchitecture – is a concept that involves cross transformation and architecture. It forms the bases of a project I started working on in 2007, through which I continue my research to transform urban architecture and spaces with radio transmission and sound from the environment. In 2008 I participated in 2 major exhibitions for this project, the first one in London at Tenderpixel gallery, the principle was to transform the street of the gallery into a radio transmission spiral. Every shop and every part of this ancient gallery & bookshop street mutated into radio waves generators, the people passing through became interference to finally change the resonant property of the transmissions and of the space.
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 Performance in the streets of London; I invited the public to perform by walking and calling a phone number which was transferred through a radio transmitter. While the performers narrated their surroundings,​ a program transformed and mixed their voices with sound from the city to be sent back to the street through radio broadcasts and radio receivers. The same year I participated to architectones,​ a festival and a seminar on sound and architectures practices at Arc & Senan/FR – 2008 - Behind the scene, radio transmitters and receivers are playing together in a radio feedback system modulated by the hyper surveillance architecture (typical architecture of Arc & Senan). The main principle of this installation was to reverse the panopticon situation (half circle centered surveillance) through airwaves and feedback changing the perspective of the viewer / listener moving around and escaping the surveillance,​ the frequencies generated are impossible to control in this sense. Performance in the streets of London; I invited the public to perform by walking and calling a phone number which was transferred through a radio transmitter. While the performers narrated their surroundings,​ a program transformed and mixed their voices with sound from the city to be sent back to the street through radio broadcasts and radio receivers. The same year I participated to architectones,​ a festival and a seminar on sound and architectures practices at Arc & Senan/FR – 2008 - Behind the scene, radio transmitters and receivers are playing together in a radio feedback system modulated by the hyper surveillance architecture (typical architecture of Arc & Senan). The main principle of this installation was to reverse the panopticon situation (half circle centered surveillance) through airwaves and feedback changing the perspective of the viewer / listener moving around and escaping the surveillance,​ the frequencies generated are impossible to control in this sense.
  
-    • https://​www.frac-franche-comte.fr/​fr/​architectones-1+https://​www.frac-franche-comte.fr/​fr/​architectones-1
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 **In 2008** I was also working at Area 10 Medialab in London, a space I co-founded with Jenny Pickett, as an extension of Area10 Project Space, Peckhams’ activities. I began working on a project called BOT in Nantes and in London. The BOT: a Continuous online lab uses artificial Intelligence with city soundscapes and audio streaming to mutate space - BOT/BioBOTs make up a virtual community with a view to assemble a collection of entities in one location in order to diffuse their production to many more places. They were part of a new to digital phenomena : networks, multi motionless geo-location,​ interconnection of on-line produced or processed cityscapes, automation in the treatment of reality and, especially in the case of BOTs, sites for experiments,​ always accessible, and from anywhere with listening devices (spatialisation,​ sculptural and online streaming). In 2013, I published an article on the BOT research under the title: Sound Scope and Sensory Ubiquity - The networked field of listening and audio experimentation – Experimental Music Review, Editions Météo / Les Presses du Réel, Paris 2013  **In 2008** I was also working at Area 10 Medialab in London, a space I co-founded with Jenny Pickett, as an extension of Area10 Project Space, Peckhams’ activities. I began working on a project called BOT in Nantes and in London. The BOT: a Continuous online lab uses artificial Intelligence with city soundscapes and audio streaming to mutate space - BOT/BioBOTs make up a virtual community with a view to assemble a collection of entities in one location in order to diffuse their production to many more places. They were part of a new to digital phenomena : networks, multi motionless geo-location,​ interconnection of on-line produced or processed cityscapes, automation in the treatment of reality and, especially in the case of BOTs, sites for experiments,​ always accessible, and from anywhere with listening devices (spatialisation,​ sculptural and online streaming). In 2013, I published an article on the BOT research under the title: Sound Scope and Sensory Ubiquity - The networked field of listening and audio experimentation – Experimental Music Review, Editions Météo / Les Presses du Réel, Paris 2013 
  
-    • https://​www.lespressesdureel.com/​EN/​ouvrage.php?​id=2636&​menu=3 (Peer reviewed)+https://​www.lespressesdureel.com/​EN/​ouvrage.php?​id=2636&​menu=3 (Peer reviewed)
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 I presented this work in different galleries and festival in collaboration with different artists: Jenny Pickett (Sollefteå,​ Nantes, Paris, London), I worked also a version that will include the architecture as resonant space for BOTs and cityscapes: Halbot – vibrating the architecture space within the wall themselves. Installation with Philippe Roux for Sound Delta festival along the Danube during the summer 2008  I presented this work in different galleries and festival in collaboration with different artists: Jenny Pickett (Sollefteå,​ Nantes, Paris, London), I worked also a version that will include the architecture as resonant space for BOTs and cityscapes: Halbot – vibrating the architecture space within the wall themselves. Installation with Philippe Roux for Sound Delta festival along the Danube during the summer 2008 
  
-    • https://​www.sound-delta.eu/​-Networked-sound-installation- We installed microphones in the close surrounding of the exhibition space that was sent to a machine to filter frequencies in order to make the space vibrate using bass pump and transducer.+https://​www.sound-delta.eu/​-Networked-sound-installation- We installed microphones in the close surrounding of the exhibition space that was sent to a machine to filter frequencies in order to make the space vibrate using bass pump and transducer.
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 **In 2009**, Apo33 received grant (Dicream-CNC) to research new artistic method (through gaming) to work with sound, urbanism and public spaces, we proposed the 5th dimension – audio mapping of urban soundscapes – collective research on how urban sound could build new artistic project and a better understanding on how sound is being listen in our cities. ​ **In 2009**, Apo33 received grant (Dicream-CNC) to research new artistic method (through gaming) to work with sound, urbanism and public spaces, we proposed the 5th dimension – audio mapping of urban soundscapes – collective research on how urban sound could build new artistic project and a better understanding on how sound is being listen in our cities. ​
  
-    • https://​issuu.com/​apo33/​docs/​5_dimensions_10_juin/​11+https://​issuu.com/​apo33/​docs/​5_dimensions_10_juin/​11
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 **From 2009 to 2011**, my art and research concentrated on the crossing of urban soundscapes,​ narration of listening experiences with urban communities and sound art installation. ​ **From 2009 to 2011**, my art and research concentrated on the crossing of urban soundscapes,​ narration of listening experiences with urban communities and sound art installation. ​
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 Dream Sweepers is a sound installation work, using speech (narration) and sound related to concepts of memory and experience of the city. The audio souvenirs, perceived ambiances and the received sonic life of the city delivers its unconscious impressions / expressions and simultaneously transmits those via remote telephonic narratives and resounding cut ups echoing across different cityscapes (London, Marseille, Nantes, Amiens...etc). In-situ installations were exhibited at Morley Gallery, Amiens Art School, and at Apo33’s Sound art gallery in Nantes, Riam Festival in Marseille...etc). Dream Sweepers takes the form of Graphical Score – structured and unstructured elements refer to the possibility of alternative audio compositions of the inter-city soundscapes and aural architecture or sound narration. This research was published in Brandon Labelle and Claudia Marthinho’s second edition of Site of Sound. - Dreams Sweepers & the murmur of Imaginary architectures,​ Jenny Pickett, Julien Ottavi – Errant Bodies Press, NYC - Site of sound #2 : of architecture and the ear - edited by Brandon LaBelle & Cláudia Martinho. (Peer reviewed) ​ Dream Sweepers is a sound installation work, using speech (narration) and sound related to concepts of memory and experience of the city. The audio souvenirs, perceived ambiances and the received sonic life of the city delivers its unconscious impressions / expressions and simultaneously transmits those via remote telephonic narratives and resounding cut ups echoing across different cityscapes (London, Marseille, Nantes, Amiens...etc). In-situ installations were exhibited at Morley Gallery, Amiens Art School, and at Apo33’s Sound art gallery in Nantes, Riam Festival in Marseille...etc). Dream Sweepers takes the form of Graphical Score – structured and unstructured elements refer to the possibility of alternative audio compositions of the inter-city soundscapes and aural architecture or sound narration. This research was published in Brandon Labelle and Claudia Marthinho’s second edition of Site of Sound. - Dreams Sweepers & the murmur of Imaginary architectures,​ Jenny Pickett, Julien Ottavi – Errant Bodies Press, NYC - Site of sound #2 : of architecture and the ear - edited by Brandon LaBelle & Cláudia Martinho. (Peer reviewed) ​
  
-    •  ​https://​www.lespressesdureel.com/​EN/​ouvrage.php?​id=2153+https://​www.lespressesdureel.com/​EN/​ouvrage.php?​id=2153
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 The same year PAJ published a catalog of artists on Transmission arts, Artists and airwaves – in relation to transmission arts and sound of the cities (Public works, interactive and networks) ​ The same year PAJ published a catalog of artists on Transmission arts, Artists and airwaves – in relation to transmission arts and sound of the cities (Public works, interactive and networks) ​
  
-    • https://​wavefarm.org/​ta/​archive/​works/​ah1hz2 ​+https://​wavefarm.org/​ta/​archive/​works/​ah1hz2 ​
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 **During 2011 and 2013**, I continued my research in Field recording, Streaming and sound mapping - and I actively participated at Locus Sonus research on international sound mapping with live microphones;​ and a final seminar at the Architecture of Nantes on Sound, Architecture,​ ambiance and live audio mapping of the world sound. ​ **During 2011 and 2013**, I continued my research in Field recording, Streaming and sound mapping - and I actively participated at Locus Sonus research on international sound mapping with live microphones;​ and a final seminar at the Architecture of Nantes on Sound, Architecture,​ ambiance and live audio mapping of the world sound. ​
  
-    • https://​www.locusonus.org/​site/​streams/​map.php +https://​www.locusonus.org/​site/​streams/​map.php 
-    ​• ​https://​locusonus.org/​w/?​page=Symposium+internet+auditoriums.en+https://​locusonus.org/​w/?​page=Symposium+internet+auditoriums.en
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 As well as co-authoring and coordinating ‘Opensound’ a pan European Project on sound arts, for which Apo33 received a two years European grant (Grundtvig 2013) - mapping sonic experience and experimentation in Europe involving seven sound-based organisations. The project focused upon non-formal adult learning, contemporary European sound practices (with a particular emphasis upon open-source technologies,​ attitudes and politics) and sustained knowledge transfer between organisations and individuals. Casting contemporary European practice in close relation to transcultural exchange provided the opportunity to reflect upon habitual contexts of auditory practice and facilitated a questioning of previous methodologies of sonic documentation. The result was published in the journal of Sonic Studies: ​ As well as co-authoring and coordinating ‘Opensound’ a pan European Project on sound arts, for which Apo33 received a two years European grant (Grundtvig 2013) - mapping sonic experience and experimentation in Europe involving seven sound-based organisations. The project focused upon non-formal adult learning, contemporary European sound practices (with a particular emphasis upon open-source technologies,​ attitudes and politics) and sustained knowledge transfer between organisations and individuals. Casting contemporary European practice in close relation to transcultural exchange provided the opportunity to reflect upon habitual contexts of auditory practice and facilitated a questioning of previous methodologies of sonic documentation. The result was published in the journal of Sonic Studies: ​
  
-    • OA#1. Listening and Mapping the Sonic. Plurality and Wayfaring: Writing the OpenSound Project - J. Milo Taylor, Carlos Alves, Xabier Erkizia, Julien Ottavi, Wajid Yaseen (Peer review) and on a CD (Fibrr/​Metamkine)  +OA#1. Listening and Mapping the Sonic. Plurality and Wayfaring: Writing the OpenSound Project - J. Milo Taylor, Carlos Alves, Xabier Erkizia, Julien Ottavi, Wajid Yaseen (Peer review) and on a CD (Fibrr/​Metamkine)  
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-    ​• ​https://​www.discogs.com/​Opensound-Opensound/​release/​8120683+https://​www.discogs.com/​Opensound-Opensound/​release/​8120683
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 In addition APO33 received a cross disciplinary research grant from the European Cultural Foundation for the project We Have A Situation! (an ongoing series of live, trans-border,​ online-offline participatory performances addressing current cross-cultural issues). This took place in a virtual theatre for sound art and cyberformance discussing political issues local to the European countries involved. During the course of this project my research with APO33 centered around sound pollution (the sound of planes over the city and the resistance against the implementation of a new airport for Nantes, which saw weekly protests and gained international attention). ​ Edition WHAS 2013  In addition APO33 received a cross disciplinary research grant from the European Cultural Foundation for the project We Have A Situation! (an ongoing series of live, trans-border,​ online-offline participatory performances addressing current cross-cultural issues). This took place in a virtual theatre for sound art and cyberformance discussing political issues local to the European countries involved. During the course of this project my research with APO33 centered around sound pollution (the sound of planes over the city and the resistance against the implementation of a new airport for Nantes, which saw weekly protests and gained international attention). ​ Edition WHAS 2013 
  
-    • https://​wehaveasituation.net - The following “situations” have been created:+https://​wehaveasituation.net - The following “situations” have been created:
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 **In 2014 and 2015**, I raised a grant for 2 years research with Subtecture – a framework for research on sound (using sub frequencies) and architecture to produce critical response and installations in different contexts. Subtecture is an ensemble of varying configuration,​ using a combination of low sound frequencies and sub-bass as a temporal architectural structuring of space, audio-visual scores and musical tools to transform sound material and space perception. Subtecture attempts a fresh approach to acoustic configurations of places in unusual locations. A sound hypothesis, using acoustic and light which takes the form of an installation-concert without beginning or end, whose sole purpose is to uncover and return the sonic spatiality of a place. An article independently by Apo33 and Avatar (Metamkine),​ Quebec-Nantes 2015. This article is part of my Thesis. **In 2014 and 2015**, I raised a grant for 2 years research with Subtecture – a framework for research on sound (using sub frequencies) and architecture to produce critical response and installations in different contexts. Subtecture is an ensemble of varying configuration,​ using a combination of low sound frequencies and sub-bass as a temporal architectural structuring of space, audio-visual scores and musical tools to transform sound material and space perception. Subtecture attempts a fresh approach to acoustic configurations of places in unusual locations. A sound hypothesis, using acoustic and light which takes the form of an installation-concert without beginning or end, whose sole purpose is to uncover and return the sonic spatiality of a place. An article independently by Apo33 and Avatar (Metamkine),​ Quebec-Nantes 2015. This article is part of my Thesis.
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 My research on noise music extends over many years with a particular interest in its relation to urban noise. I have worked extensively towards recording sound using noise generators for performance,​ based on noise from electricity generators as a way to listen to our urban surroundings in a different way. In 2015, an article I wrote in 2010: The City Of Noise - Noise : from the everyday practice of listening and composing, beyond any musical genre or aesthetics, creates an experience of the self in the world. - was published by Radical Matters 2015, My research on noise music extends over many years with a particular interest in its relation to urban noise. I have worked extensively towards recording sound using noise generators for performance,​ based on noise from electricity generators as a way to listen to our urban surroundings in a different way. In 2015, an article I wrote in 2010: The City Of Noise - Noise : from the everyday practice of listening and composing, beyond any musical genre or aesthetics, creates an experience of the self in the world. - was published by Radical Matters 2015,
  
-    • https://​www.yumpu.com/​fr/​document/​view/​50858316/​julien-ottavi-the-city-of-noise-radical-matters (peer review) and I also published a double audio CD – Electromagnetic Collective - Sound of Electricity – Mapping the city and participatory performance with Electromagnetic Antenna – (Fibrr Records/​Metamkine) ​+https://​www.yumpu.com/​fr/​document/​view/​50858316/​julien-ottavi-the-city-of-noise-radical-matters (peer review) and I also published a double audio CD – Electromagnetic Collective - Sound of Electricity – Mapping the city and participatory performance with Electromagnetic Antenna – (Fibrr Records/​Metamkine) ​
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-    • https://​www.discogs.com/​Julien-Ottavi-Jenny-Pickett-Electromagnetic-Collective/​release/​12917602 ​+https://​www.discogs.com/​Julien-Ottavi-Jenny-Pickett-Electromagnetic-Collective/​release/​12917602 ​
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 Electromagnetic Antenna and participatory workshop-performance have become a very important part of my art and research practice on inaudible urban soundscapes,​ performances,​ derives and sound based listening experience. ​ Electromagnetic Antenna and participatory workshop-performance have become a very important part of my art and research practice on inaudible urban soundscapes,​ performances,​ derives and sound based listening experience. ​
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 The article is published L'art Des villes, Presses Universitaire de Pau  The article is published L'art Des villes, Presses Universitaire de Pau 
-    • https://​recherche.univ-pau.fr/​fr/​productions-scientifiques/​puppa/​catalogue/​fa/​figures-de-l-art-31-l-art-des-villes.html (Pau University Pau, Peer Review) ​+https://​recherche.univ-pau.fr/​fr/​productions-scientifiques/​puppa/​catalogue/​fa/​figures-de-l-art-31-l-art-des-villes.html (Pau University Pau, Peer Review) ​
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 The project was also published and presented at ISEA 2016 in Honk Kong The project was also published and presented at ISEA 2016 in Honk Kong
-    • http://​www.isea-archives.org/​docs/​2016/​catalogue/​ISEA2016_catalogue.pdf (Peer review)+http://​www.isea-archives.org/​docs/​2016/​catalogue/​ISEA2016_catalogue.pdf (Peer review)
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-In 2017 and 2018, I spent a significant amount of time finalising my thesis on “New forms of networked sound practices: collaborative practice, shared creation, the Internet as a non-space,​extended listening and permanent installations.”+**In 2017 and 2018**, I spent a significant amount of time finalising my thesis on “New forms of networked sound practices: collaborative practice, shared creation, the Internet as a non-space,​extended listening and permanent installations.”
  
-    • http://​docnum.univ-lorraine.fr/​public/​DDOC_T_2018_0266_OTTAVI.pdf+http://​docnum.univ-lorraine.fr/​public/​DDOC_T_2018_0266_OTTAVI.pdf
  
 This thesis addresses these creative projects, practices and expertise and articulates a theoretical methodology which draws together current forms of artistic language relating to cutting edge music and poetry and networked practices. This thesis addresses these creative projects, practices and expertise and articulates a theoretical methodology which draws together current forms of artistic language relating to cutting edge music and poetry and networked practices.
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