Ellen Waterman’s creative and research practices are all about listening together across and through distance and difference. When I spoke with her during our socially distanced summer of the pandemic, I was interested to hear how our current situation has influenced her thinking about what it means to create sound and sound-based work together. What follows is an interview that still attempts to be spontaneous and to listen, even in written form.
An Aural Version of Situated Knowledge: A Conversation with Ellen Waterman (Post)
Article, Interviews, SPOKENWEBLOG | acoustic ecology, Carleton Music, community, Ellen Waterman, environment, improvisation, Listening-Sound-Agency-Forum, musicology, pandemic, R. Murray Schafer