Angus Carlyle

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Angus Carlyle is a co-director at CRiSAP at the University of the Arts, London. He is curious about how we understand our environment, through sound and through our other senses. He edited the book Autumn Leaves for Double Entendre (2007), made the sound work 51° 32′ 6.954″ N / 0° 00′ 47.0808″ W for the ‘Sound Proof’ group show (2008), co-curated the exhibition Sound Escapes at Space Gallery in London (2009) and produced the CD Some Memories of Bamboo (2009) for the label Gruenrekorder. In 2012 he completed a sixth-month residency project called Viso Come Territorio / Face As Territory, a collaboration with seven photographers based around a village on a Southern Italian hillside. Another work, Air Pressure, has been a collaboration with anthropologist Rupert Cox which led to an exhibition (part of the Asia Triennial Manchester), a CD/booklet and two films.

  • Angus Carlyle (ed.), Autumn Leaves for Double Entendre, 2007.
  • Angus Carlyle, Cathy Lane (eds.), On Listening, Uniformbooks, 2013. Contents and Introduction. [1] [2]
  • Cathy Lane, Angus Carlyle, In the Field: Art of Field Recording, Uniformbooks, 2013. Conversations with Andrea Polli, Annea Lockwood, Antye Greie, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Christina Kubisch, Davide Tidoni, Felicity Ford, Francisco López, Hildegard Westerkamp, Hiroki Sasajima, Ian Rawes, Jana Winderen, Jez Riley French, Lasse-Marc Riek, Manuela Barile, Peter Cusack, Steven Feld and Viv Corringham. [3] [4]