Here is an outline of the conference/concert line-up for sound:site.
10.30 – Brief keynote address from Felicity Ford, introducing the idea of The Internet as a destination for sound-based works, and some of the issues surrounding online/offline creative practices
10.45 – 11.00am: Address from the British Library on curating from sound archives and The Internet as a destination for the UK sound map project
11.30- 12.00 – Coffee break
12.15 -13.00 – Patrick McGinley presentation on folk communities, The Internet as a destination for sound-based works, Framework radio show as a focus or hub for a global community of artists etc.
13.00-2.00pm – Lunch
2.00 –2.45: 9 x 5 minute presentations from a curated selection of practitioners using sound on their websites. These are micro-presentations, where each presenter gets 5 minutes to introduce their website and their work, introduce the key things they considered when they built their website and how/why they have chosen to showcase their work on The Internet (see call for submissions page for further details)
3.00 –4.00pm: Kathy Hinde and Ed Holroyd present twitchr in 2 parts; part 1 is a presentation about the background of the project, part 2 is a walk around the grounds of South Hill Park, experiencing and making the work in realtime
4.00 – 4.30pm: Coffee break
4.30 –5.00pm: Sound Diaries – Felicity Ford and Paul Whitty talk about sound diaries and wrap up the day with some reflections on experience, documentation, and recording life in sound
7.30pm: Evening concert – Framework 250 Remixed, featuring remixes of the Framework 250 CD release by contributors Simon Whetham and Jonathon Coleclough, as well as a performance by the project’s curator and instigator, Patrick McGinley