This is a collection of recordings and images from the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU).
SARU builds on established creative dialogue between the fields of Fine Art and Music at Oxford Brookes University. Visit the SARU website for more information.
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Installation by Max Eastley for Tyne Tees Television, program: 'Elements'. Installation at Sutton Edge, Yorkshire
The sounds of bell ringing and obtaining cash from an electronic cashpoint in Romsey, the end point for day 5 of Walk 2012
Opening the tent at Durdle Door campsite, ready for the second day of walking the Walk 2012 route from Portland to Stratford
The temporary domesticity of camping during a long-distance walk; talking about laundry arrangements on the site and preparing to cook breakfast on a lightweight camping stove
One of the distinctive weather sounds associated with camping on a long-distance walk, this rain was recorded at Bentley, at the start of day 9 of Walk 2012
Local bell ringers at All Saints Church in Wyke Regis, Weymouth, participating in Martin Creed's 'work no. 1197: All the bells' on July 27th, 2012 and ringing in the first day of the London 2012 Olympic Games
The waves lapping at the shoreline of Lulworth Cove - one of the first destinations on day 2 of the Walk 2012 12-day / 187 mile route from Portland to Stratford
Day 10 of Walk 2012 begins at Puttenham camping barn, in this recording, the state of Mark Stanley's feet and the route for the day are discussed
The first sound heard on the second day of Walk 2012 - the Rookery in the trees above our camping spot at Durdle Door campsite
On day 12 of Walk 2012, the route passes by the houses of parliament and Big Ben, when the walk was undertaken during the London 2012 Olympic Games, the walkers passed the clock at 1pm precisely