a sound and media artist who’s practice combines radio productions, on-line publications, teaching and training and public audio-media projects under the umbrella of radio continental drift; she established a mobile skills training and audio media literacy programme “I & EAR” based on a methodology of listening, and has been developing and facilitating collaborative audio radio projects which join skills-training, oral history methods and the creative use of ICTs through collective productions, such as the NO-GO ZONES project in South London (2007/08) and the DURBAN SINGS audio media & oral history project (2009/10).
Academic affiliations include, Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Civil Society UKZN (2008-2010); Associate member of Transnational Arts Identity and Nation (TrAIN) Research at the University of the Arts London (UAL); multi-media advisor & trainer at Market Photo Workshop Johannesburg.
Audio radio work includes productions for WDR Studio for Acoustic Arts, ORF/ Kunstradio, Resonance fm and Radia; publications with gruenrekorder, Vibro/ Double Entendre, Audio Arts, MU Collective European Sound Delta.
An Ear on the Ground
"I & EAR" audio media literacy