Out There Atlanta’s Summer Sound Series: Andrew Hammond on Sound

Sorry, looks like no contributors are set

SCAD - Derrick Adams
tumblr_inline_mpf1ziMoCS1qz4rgp
Andrew Hammond, image courtesy the artist.

This summer, Out There Atlanta presents Summer Sound Series, a collection of interviews with artists who find inspiration in sound or directly use it in their works.

Episode 72:  Andrew Hammond is a sound and voice artist and radio traffic reporter. Hammond’s interest in sound grew from an early love of radio dramas as well as an interest in getting a reaction out of others with sound. Hammond regales us in this podcast with a Hannibal Lector impersonation and a faux traffic report, as well as some clips of his sound work.

Topics include: Understanding what it is to be involved with art and become an artist, scaring people, and listening to a recording of yourself.

Audio: Click the player above to listen to Lampe’s conversation with artist Andrew Hammond, or download the MP3.

tumblr_inline_mpd8tkcPzx1qz4rgp
Installation image from Andrew Hammond’s work in Boom City, organized by Dashboard Co-op in 2013, courtesy the artist.

 

tumblr_inline_mpd9npI3el1qz4rgp
Installation image from Andrew Hammond’s work in Boom City, organized by Dashboard Co-op in 2013, courtesy the artist.

BA_RADIO_LOGO

BURNAWAY Radio sponsors Out There Atlanta, by Lilly LampeOut There Atlanta is a podcast and online platform for interviews with artists. The intention to create a archive of conversational interviews with artists in Atlanta, or with an Atlanta connection. These conversations are informal and conducted in the spirit of a coffee meet-up. Out There Atlanta fills the gap between formal studio visits and event-related coverage and exists as a place for a more relaxed and personal dialogue, allowing artists to get a little more “out there” with the online audience.

To subscribe to Out There Atlanta, open Itunes, go to Advanced, click “subscribe to podcast,” and insert the link for our feed: http://feeds.feedblitz.com/OTA

Music for Out There Atlanta is provided by M.S.I.F.

BURNAWAY Radio is supported in part by Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. Georgia Council for the Arts also receives support from its partner agency, the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 


 

 

House rules for commenting:

1. Please use a full first name. We do not support hiding behind anonymity.
2. All comments on BURNAWAY are moderated. Please be patient—we’ll do our best to keep up, but sometimes it may take us a bit to get to all of them.
3. BURNAWAY reserves the right to refuse or reject comments.
4. We support critically engaged arguments (both positive and negative), but please don’t be a jerk, ok? Comments should never be personally offensive in nature.