2019

Song Is The Power, Resort Studios and Elsewhere, Margate

Crathelstan Sound, (curatorial), CRATE, Margate

Talkie Walkie Residency Project, Fructose, Dunkerque

 

Boat-house-theatre, (with Tom Adams), Arc Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees

Place Space Who by Barbara Walker (accompanying sound piece), Turner Contemporary, Margate.

 

Athelstan Sound, community and dialogic listening, Contemporary Music Review, Taylor & Francis, London.

 

2018

Conference (after attar) by Caroline Bergvall, (composition and live mixing), Whitstable Biennale, Kent.

 

Listening in Scenography, ed. Simon Donger, Crowood Press, London.

 

Athelstan Sound’s Spontaneous Radio, Radio Margate, Margate, Kent.

 

Return of the Unknown, (sound design), Dover Marine Station, Canterbury, Kent.


Hannah and Hanna in Dreamland, (sound design), Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, Kent.

This Is Our Garden In The Morning, Tate Britain, London.

Sound and Image, Analogue Ensemble, Ramsgate, Kent.

Furniture Music at Flat 38 Gallery, Margate, Kent

2017

Zero Hours, Venice Agendas, Folkestone Triennial, Kent.

 

Soft Borders, (interview with Sophie Mallet), Chateau International, London.

Autochthon, Film for Friday, Tate St Ives, Cornwall.

Speaking the Mountains, Porthmeor Studios, St Ives, Cornwall.

 

Listening Workshop, In Dialogue, New Arts Exchange, Nottingham.

 

2016

Players, at the opening weekend of the Switch House, Tate Modern, London.

 

The Invisible Knapsack: A Remix (On White Male Privilege in Sound Art), sound:gender:feminism:activism, London College of Communication, London.

 

Athelstan Sound, Contrapop Festival, Ramsgate, Kent.

Performed Improvisation, Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent.

Kim's Video Margate, Resort Studios, Margate

 

Sheepscapes, Battersea Arts Centre, London.

2015

Speak As You Find, (sound design), Magic Me, Tower Hamlets

Field Recordings Of Former South London Windmills, Soundfjord’s Listening Room at Full of Noise, Barrow-in-Furness

Yesterday (Tingle), …a journey based on irony and suspense, curated by AMA Collective, London.

clay circle, (with Trish Scott), Transacting: A Market of Values, Chelsea Parade Ground, Chelsea College of Art.

GNEISS, (with Richard Thomas and the Bohman Brothers), T-Bar, Finsbury Park, London

 

In Search of Lost Sounds, podcast for Nature Magazine

 

Liberation Through Hearing, Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Rooms with a View, sound workshops, Magic Me, Tower Hamlets, London.

Spaceship School, Tate Britain, London.

 

Bodies that Matter lecture, Flat Time House, London.

 

2014

Palace of Green Porcelain, (with Katie Schwab), Breese Little Gallery, London.

Adrift, (with Olivia Kissper), Tate Britain, London.

We Know What We Like and We Like What We Know, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable, Kent.

I’m A Good Listener/Are you A Good Listener?, Points of Listening, London College of Communication, London.

Yesterday, Harewood House, Yorkshire.

Our Father, (with Trish Scott), Binaural, Nodar, Portugal.

 

2013

Advantageous Recordings, KARST, Plymouth, Devon.

Advantageous Recordings, Café Oto, London.

Advantageous Recordings, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea.

 

Sensuous Soundscapes and Mimetic Machines, World Forum for Acoustic Ecology, University of Kent, Kent.

 

Super Mini FM, Tate Britain

Sonic Trails, Tate Early Years and Families, Tate, London.

2012

Hidden Noise, Tate Britain, London.

Inaudible Archive of Incredible Promise, Tate Modern, London.

Scrib, Tate Modern, London

View From Above, Magic Me and TFL, sound piece for number 38 bus route, London.

 

Radio Yesterday, (with Ed Baxter), Resonance FM, London.

And The Winner Is…, LIFT, London International Festival of Theatre, workshops across London.

Cova Do Rio Cover Version, Binaural, Nodar, Portugal.

2011

Field Recordings of Former South London Windmills, Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press.

 

Iain Sinclair's Stone Tape Shuffle,  (recording and editing) Test Centre

2011- Ongoing

Tutor, MA Scenography, lectures, workshops and tutoring, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Swiss Cottage, London.

 

©2019 by Dan Scott