‘Sounding Conflict’ Sound Art Installation
Professor Pedro Rebelo, Queen’s University, SARC, Belfast
Co-investigator of the Sounding Conflict Research Project, Professor Pedro Rebelo discusses the effectiveness of the participatory Sound Art Installation, which reflects ideas of both resistance and reconciliation. As one of the key outputs of the ‘Sounding Conflict: from Resistance to Reconciliation’ research project, the installation aims to juxtapose experiences and insights arising out of fieldwork across the various work streams. It will be shown in Belfast and Brazil.
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The Conference was organised as part of the AHRC/ESRC funded Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research project Sounding Conflict: From Resistance to Reconciliation 2017-2021.