"And then the Sea Came Back is a radiophonic narrative that details the moments before the 2004 tsunami stuck Aceh, Indonesia. Told through the fictional character of the geolinguist, the work focuses on the intimate and lasting effects of environmental change and dispossession".
This work was commissioned by Radio National's Soundproof programme in partnership with Liquid Architecture and was Jury nominated for best digital music and sound art work, Prix Ars Electronica 2017
Kanngieser A and Stanton P 2016 And Then the Sea Came Back.
Audio composition, voice
Presented by M Jokiranta. Sound Engineered by B O’Neill. Read by A Kanngieser, M Sempert, S Nithi, C Lafargue. ABC Radio National (Jury nominated for Prix Ars Electronica 2017) [Online]
Subsequent exhibitions/ broadcasts:
The Blind Tourist. WFMU. 10 January 2019
Kurzstrecke. Deutschland Radio. 29 October 2018
Every Time A Ear di Soun. Documenta 14 Radio. Savvy Gallery, Berlin 4 July 2017
Sounds from the Sea. Curated by Brandon LaBelle. Errant Bodies, Berlin 4 July 2017
Sensory Ecology. Curated by Leah Barclay. Gympie Regional Gallery, Gympie 21 June-12 August 2017 (stereo sound)
Ocean Imaginaries. Curated by Lawrence Harvey. RMIT Gallery Melbourne 2 May 2017 (10.1 surround sound)