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Curating sound for difficult histories

Venue: Birkbeck 43 Gordon Square

No booking required

Focusing on the Holocaust, this event explores how soundscapes - music, noise, voices, speech and silence - have the ability to evoke difficult histories. Scholars and practitioners will consider the use of sound and sonic landscapes in the arts to address questions around representation, remembering, authenticity and affect. How do film, music composition, installation art and museum exhibitions tackle what is unspeakable? See the programme here.

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Part of Birkbeck Arts Week 2018 - see the full programme here.