Thursday, October 13, 2011

Listening to Bison

On the way to Wyoming
Listening to bison

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Listening to an interview about Fight Therapy and Art

Part of an interview in the Social Practice Space (at the California College of Arts) by Brindalyn Webster and Anthony Marcellini talking with Jen Rhoads about why she engaged with Fight Therapy.
Audio 2007

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Recorded Presentation

This is a segment of an audio recording of a presentation I gave to a class about The Listening Project.  I passed around the audio recording device so the participants could record what and when they felt like recording during the presentation.
Audio 2007

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Listening to a recording and sound artist talk about listening

Shawn Hatfield Interview Segment
2 minutes and 50 seconds of a 50 minute interview about listening as a recording and sound artist.
Audio 2007

Listening to lines as an actor

Ted Levine Interview Segment
2 minutes of a 40 minute interview about listening as an actor.
Audio 2006

Friday, July 29, 2011

Listening as a nurse practitioner

Mary Interview Segment
32 Seconds of a 1 hour interview about listening as a Nurse Practitioner.
Audio 2006 

Listening to an effective teacher as a student

Mack Interview Segment
35 seconds of a 15 minutes conversation about listening as a student.
Audio 2006

Organizing and listening to music as a composer

Marcus Shelby Interview Segment
1 min 29 seconds of a 30 minute conversation about listening when composing music.
Audio 2006

Listening to the body as a pilates instructor

Louisa Mackintosh Interview Segment
34 seconds of a 40 minute conversation about listening when teaching Pilates.
Audio 2006

Listening Spaces

Mouth Guard Interview

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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Ideas for how to start a listening project

Start a conversation about actively listening.
Talk about different listening styles.
Interview someone you know or don’t know about listening.
Actively listen.
Listen to yourself/ other people listen.
Listen to your body.
Listen with your body.
Eavesdrop on a conversation.
Take a field recording of your day; go home and listen to it with your eyes closed.
Listen to your friend’s stomach with a stethoscope.
Let someone finish his/ her thought or sentence before adding yours.
Listen to music – imagine it is food.
Add your ideas to this list.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Have you seen

The Deer Hirsch by Wolfgang Tillmans Book of Listenings?