Freya Zinovieff just returned from Cardiff where she presented the paper  “Confluence of Relations: An Auto-Ethnographic Account of Field Recording in the Anthropocene Age” as part of the panel Landscape Becoming and Time. Past, present and future: dwelling in Human Geography and beyond  at the 2018 Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference. Freya discussed her initial findings using field recordings from a cell phone tower in Bali, Indonesia to explore how the ability of sound recording technologies in documenting the extent to which life forms associated with place are entangled with human technology relationships.

Congratulations, Freya!

https://www.rgs.org/events/rgs-ibg-annual-international-conference-2018-(28-3/