A series of multidisciplinary presentations and performances responding to tracks from the 'Aural Contract Audio Archive', a compilation of forensic listening content developed by Lawrence Abu Hamdan.
The presentations include contributions from Agency, Salomé Voeglin, Paul Elliman and Triple School - Giles Bailey and Tom Varley.
The Right to Silence is a series of events which aim to expand on the research and polemics at the core of the project, Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Aural Contract, focusing on the politics of listening and the legal status of the voice. These events accompany his exhibition Aural Contract: The Freedom of Speech Itself and is realised as a collaboration between Abu Hamdan, The Showroom and Electra.
A new stage of Abu Hamdan's Aural Contract research, centring on a new audio documentary titled The Freedom of Speech Itself.More