Michael Dauphinais hosts a diverse group of artists, writers and scholars for a lively discussion of our world’s sonic environments, the practice of listening closely to the planet’s natural and urban sounds, and the implications of our acoustic surroundings.
Alison Hawthorne Deming
poet, essayist, Director of UA’s
Creative Writing Department
composer, sound artist,
Vice President of the American Society for Acoustic Ecology
marine ecologist and environmental policy analyst,
Biosphere2 and UA’s Institute of the Environment
musician, sound artist,
creator of the Sonorous Desert City Project and The Anta Project
from UA’s English department
will moderate the discussion.