In this workshop for graduate students and postdocs at the University of Toronto, I will share some thoughts about how I create data visualizations and more recently, sound art, that is intended to amplify and support the political intention of my work, which is namely to decriminalize Black sound and amplify Black life. Drawing on soundscape recordings, spectrogram films, and installations, I will think through how I have tried to put intention before presentation and take questions about participant projects.
This workshop will be a virtual event. Pre-registration is required and available at this link.
This event is co-sponsored by the Toronto Music Entrepreneurship Exchange at the Faculty of Music the Black Research Network (BRN). Learn more about the Toronto Music Entrepreneurship Exchange at this link and learn more about BRN at this link.