This workshop focuses on the practical aspects of sound design and sound sculpting. Participants will explore the practices of capturing, filtering, and collaging sound to create new meanings and new ways of listening.
Artists interested in practicing the art of sound sculpting and in exploring sound as a medium are encouraged to apply. No previous experience in working with sound or music is required.
The workshop will be in English.
Joe Namy is an American-born, London and Beirut-based artist, educator, and composer, who often works collaboratively across mediums—in sound, performance, sculpture, and video. Namy graduated with a master’s in fine arts from New York University, and has independently studied jazz, Arabic, and heavy metal drumming. In 2011, Namy took part in the inaugural Ashkal Alwan Home Workspace ISP in Beirut. Namy holds a monthly DJ residency Rhythm x Rhythm on Radio Alhara, is a Sundance/Time Studios Kendeda fellow, and a Ph.D. researcher at the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford.