AM Kanngieser

Transversal Geographies

Academic Curriculum Vitae
SL Listening as Relation, an Invocation CTM Festival: Discourse Series – Critical Modes of Listening 2021 SL To tend for, to care with: three pieces on listening as method. Part 3: Listening as Taking-Leave Seedbox Environmental Humanities Lab 2021 EC To undo nature; on refusal as return Transmediale 2021 EC Ecofascism and Nature is Healing Heart of Glass 2020 EC Eulogy for the Handfish The Parallel Effect 2020 EC From environmental case study to environmental kin study History and Theory 2020 EC Artist Interview Radio Web MACBA (Son[i]a #314) Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art 2020 SL Invocation (For Z) Touch Compass and Auckland Live 2020 EC Listening to Ecocide Sonic Acts 2020 EC Tarawa Night Song Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw 2020 SL To tend for, to care with: three pieces on listening as method. Part 1: Listening as Coming-To Seedbox Environmental Humanities Lab 2020 SL To tend for, to care with: three pieces on listening as method. Part 2: Listening as Being-With Seedbox Environmental Humanities Lab 2020 SL Undertow Klosterruine Berlin 2020 EC Un-ear-thing | Unwanted Liquid Architecture 2020 EC Weaponizing ecocide: Nauru, offshore incarceration, and environmental crisis The Contemporary Pacific 2020 EC Mining the Deep Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art 2019 SL Sonifying the world Sounding Place 2019 EC Submersion Arts Centre Melbourne 2019 SG Transversal geo-politics: The violence of sound Transversal Geographies 2019 EC Climate change: Nauru’s life on the frontlines The Conversation 2018 EC Cooperating at the Frontlines of Climate Change: An interview with Anja Kanngieser Mediapart 2018 EC Environmental Art Companion to Environmental Studies 2018 EC In the Eye of the Storm Reina Sofia Museum of Contemporary Art 2018 EC In sonic defiance of extinction Transmediale Magazine 2018 EC Interview Pacific Mornings (ABC Australia) ABC Australia 2018 EC Interview Pacific Beat (ABC Australia) ABC Australia 2018 EP Introduction to Podcasting Manual untitled 2018 EC Not waving but drowning: Artist feature interview The Wire - Adventures in Sound and Music 2018 EC What does the end of the world sound like? Artist interview Outline Magazine 2018 EC Amplification//Annihilation Resonance FM 2017 EC Beholder Halfway: Field Recording and Pop Music Resonance FM 2017 SL Four questions on field recording Engraved Glass Publishing 2017 SL Listening geographies: Landscape, affect and geotechnologies. Progress in Human Geography 2017 EC On track to what? Colonialism, climate change and COP23 Red Pepper Magazine 2017 EC Overcoming abstractions, invisibilities and distance: Artful engagements with climate change WIREs Climate Change 2017 LSO Reading Deborah Cowen's "The Deadly Life of Logistics: Mapping Violence in Global Trade" Political Geography 2017 EC Refusing the world: Silence, commoning, and the Anthropocene South Atlantic Quarterly 2017 LSO A brief proposition toward a sonic geo-politics Journal of Sonic Studies 2016 EC And Then The Sea Came Back Soundproof ABC Radio National 2016 EC Beholder Halfway: Climate, Capitalism and Crisis Resonance FM 2016 SL Of What is Heard and Not Heard Errant Bodies 2016 EC Stories of Extinction Liquid Architecture 2015 SG For a politics of atmospheric governance Dialogues in Human Geography 2015 SL Geopolitics and the Anthropocene: Five propositions for sound Geohumanities 2015 EC Listening to the Anthropocene: Sound and Ecological Crisis Liquid Architecture 2015 EC Orbis Emergent Ecologies 2015 SL Field-Recording: Bellbirds, Melbourne Zoo Untitled 2014 LSO ‘Hierarchy’ The Forum (BBC World Service/ BBC Radio 4) BBC World Service/ BBC Radio 4 2014 EC Sound and the City Natural History Museum 2014 LSO What is a research platform? Mapping methods, mobilities and subjectivities Media, Culture and Society 2014 EP A micro-history of ‘convivial’ radio in Japan Parallax 2013 SL Dirty Ear Forum Errant Bodies 2013 EP Experimental Politics and the Making of Worlds Routledge 2013 EP Introduction: What moves us? Affective micropolitics in art and activism Parallax 2013 LSO 'Tracking and Surveillance’ The Forum (BBC World Service/ BBC Radio 4) BBC World Service/ BBC Radio 4 2013 SG Tracking and tracing: Geographies of logistical governance and labouring bodies Environment and Planning D 2013 EP And…and…and…The transversal politics of performative encounters Deleuze Studies 2012 LSO Collaboration, competition, aspiration: Creative labour in Shanghai Subjectivity 2012 EP Towards a careful listening Minor Compositions 2012 EP Towards a Careful Listening: Sound, Gender, Feminism, Activism Sound: Gender: Feminism: Activism/ Her Noise Archive 2012 SL A sonic geography of the voice: Towards an affective politics Progress in Human Geography 2011 EP Catalyst radio: Towards a radical UK internet radio network Sourcefabric 2011 SL Field-Recording: In Dreams, Hamburg Untitled 2011 SL Your Voice is a Suspension of Time New Adventures in Sound Art 2011 SL Field-Recording: Yuen Po Bird Garden, Hong Kong Untitled 2010 EP Breaking out of the specialist “ghetto”: Performative encounters as participatory praxis in radical politics Thamyris/Intersecting: Place, Sex and Race 2010 LSO Reporting on City is Ours Housing Campaign, Naarm/ Melbourne Dissident Island 2010 EP Cultural workers, throw down your tools, the Metropolis is on strike Myrdle Court Press 2010 EP Future functions: Aspiration, desire and futures Blood and Thunder Press 2010 EP Interview with Japanese radio maker Tetsuo Kogawa Dissident Island Radio 2010 LSO Reporting on Education Cuts, London Dissident Island Radio, Resonance FM, 3CR Melbourne 2010 LSO Reporting on Right to Work Campaign, London Dissident Island 2010 LSO The antagonistic university? The Sociological Imagination 2010 EC Reporting on 15th Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen Dissident Island and Resonance FM 2009 EP Vocabulaboratories: ‘Movement’, ‘nonspecialist’, ‘militant research’ Vocabulaboratories 2009 EP Mobility is our goal! Challenging perceptions towards citizenship, migration and asylum seeking through performative interventions Performance Paradigm 2008 EP Gestures of everyday resistance: The significance of play and desire in the Umsonst politics of collective appropriation Translate 2007 EP Negotiating speech and organizational practices: Field notes and reflections from two counter-G8 (2007) initiatives Mute 2007 EP Reporting on Pirate Radio, Naarm/ Melbourne Untitled 2007 The question of authenticity in 1960s — 1970s Californian body art: Posing a challenge to a concept of presence Australasian Drama Studies 2004