Maria Papadomanolaki is a sound practitioner and researcher currently based in London. Her work and research focus on creating collaborative listening experiences in sites within the urban environment that are associated with migration, transience and change. Either in the form of conversational and telematatic soundwalks, outdoors listening events, durational broadcasts or exploratory workshops, Papadomanolaki is interested in activating, within the sites in question, a sonic perceptual ecology that can enrich our inherent potential as listeners and of questioning through sound our certainties and perceptual finitudes in relation to our surroundings.
Papadomanolaki holds a PhD on Sonic Perceptual Ecologies at CRiSAP, UAL, London and is the co-founder of Sound-Camp. She is the co-editor of the publications Transmission Arts: Artists & Airwaves (PAJ Publications, 2011), sounds remote (SoundCamp/Uniformbooks, 2016) and is the producer of Sensing Cities, an ongoing series of interviews broadcast on Resonance FM.
Tuned City Messene 2018 – Listening Politics