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Anja Kanngieser (www)
is a geographer and radio maker. She works on the political ontology of sound, at the intersections of sound, ecology, economics, and governance. She is the author of Experimental Politics and the Making of Worlds (Ashgate 2013). Her radiophonic and sound work has been aired on 3CR, BBC World, Resonance FM, New Adventures in Sound Art and Transmediale, and she has facilitated sound events with Live Art Development Agency, Sound and Music and 2 Degrees Festival/ Arts Admin. She is currently directing the Listening to Climate and Community | Sound-Mapping Sea-Level Rise project through the Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research.


Polly Stanton (www)
is an audio-visual artist and researcher. Her work investigates how cinematic forms document, reflect and shape human experiences of place and environment. In addition to her art practice she has worked professionally in the film industry in post-production sound and is currently a practice-based PhD candidate at RMIT. Recent exhibitions include Resolving Ruins, (Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, 2015) Moving Pictures, Expanding Space (Careof Gallery, Italy 2014) Melbourne Now (National Gallery of Victoria, 2013) and Imagined Spaces (Bristol Biennial, UK 2012). She has partaken in numerous residencies both in Australia and overseas and was the recipient of ArtStart grant from the Australian Council for the Arts in 2012.