Visual Music Salon Review for The Cusp Magazine (October 23, 2016)
The Cusp is an online magazine exploring the boundary between music and other art forms.
“How do music and visual arts interact? This was the question being explored in a packed evening of films and performance art at Wolfson College, Oxford. Cindy Keefer, director of the LA-based Center for Visual Music, presented an array of kaleidoscopic visuals and sounds from their film archive, followed by a ‘digital painting’ performance with live improvised music by artist Mark Rowan-Hull and musician Christopher Redgate.”
Continue reading the review here.
Commissioned feature for Oxford Today (September-December print edition, 2016)
Restoring the Reformation:
“Unheard for five hundred years, the Ranworth Vespers were performed in their original setting in Norfolk earlier this year. Ellen Davies investigates”
Continue reading the feature here on page 55.
#DigitalSymposium at the Still Point Journal (July 26, 2016)
| THE STILL POINT JOURNAL | A NEW LITERARY JOURNAL FEATURING NON-FICTION, SHORT FICTION, VISUAL WORK, AND POETRY FROM ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCHERS IN LONDON, SUPPORTED BY LAHP AND AHRC | @stillpointLDN
In Paris, 1913
“I’m sitting at my desk, time-travelling.
Outside, 21st century Paris is heavy with the first infestation of springtime tourists, snapping up the Opéra on selfie-sticks as they emerge, blinking, from the Métro.
Inside, in a stuffy room in the Bibliothèque national de France, unbeknown to those around me, I’m not there. I’m in 1913.”
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Commissioned blog post for the RMA student blog (April 1, 2015)
Found in Translation: The ups and downs of research in another language
“In this post, Ellen Anne Davies considers some of the issues involved in conducting research in a foreign language. She discusses her own experience of carrying out research in Paris, and offers advice to those who might have worries about getting lost in translation.”
Continue reading the article here.
Conference Report for the RMA Newsletter (July 20, 2013)
Music & Philosophy Conference, July 2013: Embodiment and the Physical
“From the 18–20 July 2013, King’s College London welcomed 220 delegates for three days of widely diverse papers and engaging debates on what we mean by music and what we mean by philosophy.”
Continue reading here.
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