Sean Burrows graduated from the degree in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2011 with a First. He had specialised in radio and for his 3rd year project researched, originated, wrote and produced a soundscape docu-drama exploring through sound creativity the use of sonic and communication warfare techniques of the border conflict involving South Africa's Apartheid regime.
This resource includes his 15 minute production, a video interview with him in the context of his sound exhibition installation in June 2011, and an audio version of the interview.
Part One of an interview with Sean Burrows on his sound art installation and exhibition arising out of his distinction standard audio/radio production at Goldsmiths, University of London. The interview has been recorded using basis digital video on a Praktica luxmedia 6503 with an inbuilt, mono omnidirectional microphone held by the interviewer. The interview is also being recorded separately on a Zoom H1 handy recorder using the machine's inbuilt stereo pair of coincidental microphones with a 90 degree ratio of pick-up. The microphones are protected by a mic-shield.
This is the second part of the interview with Sean Burrows on his sound art installation based on a 15 minute audio programme produced as part of his undergraduate degree at Goldsmiths, University of London in June 2011.
Sean Burrows interview sound only:
Audio recording of the interview with Sean Burrows about his sound art installation at Goldsmiths based on his research into communications torture during the border wars of South Africa's Apartheid regime. This was recorded in stereo using the Zoom H1 Handy Recorder in MP3 at 128 kbs via the inbuilt microphones with a wind-shield.
Sean Burrows The Secret War sound art:
This creative 15 minute production was a first/distinction standard programme created by Sean Burrows. An audio drama and also 'sound art', the sequence formed the basis of an exhibition/sound art installation by Sean in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths in June 2011.