Salomé Voegelin

is a Swiss artist and writer based in London. She is concerned with the practice and philosophy of sound. Her work has been shown in the UK and mainland Europe in group-shows and solo-exhibitions as well as at festivals and events. Shows include Heliodor, a solo show at Unit2 Gallery, London, QSL a radio event at the Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art, Death Of Romance, a group show at Ganton Street, London and most recently Barry Echo a collaborative site-specific soundwork for the Bregenz Kunstverein, Magazin 4, Voegelin has recently curated an on-line sound exhibition, and is currently working on a site-specific sound installation for Loughborough’s RADAR, opens October 2007,
Her text based work focuses on the aesthetic and philosophy of sound. She writes for various journals and publications. Her essay on ‘Sonic Memory Material as "Pathetic Trigger"’ has been published in the international peer reviewed journal Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press April 2006; her text Völlig Losgelöst is part of ‘Autumn Leaves: sound and the environment’ a book published by Double Entendre in association with CRiSAP, 2007, most recently, her article ‘the Anxiety of the Lonely Listener’ has been published in /Seconds Her "Speech for Sound" is published in Earshot 5.



"Moving Stones"



Moving Stones produces the movement of rocks through the narrations of two geologists and the memory of its experience. It unfolds and creates the motion, and produces, rather than presents, the context of the action.