Robert Sember published article on a long-term school-based art project

  • Posted on: September 27, 2017
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Robert Sember, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts, published an article this past June on a long-term school-based art project

In 2009 the sound art collective Ultra-red initiated RE: ASSEMBLY, a long-term collaboration with students and teachers in a high school in the City of Westminster, London. During extended residencies over four years, Ultra-red facilitated an inquiry into the impact on the school of migration and immigration policy in the UK and the country’s changing conceptions of citizenship, specifically the distinction between ‘social citizenship’ and ‘state citizenship.’

You can read the abstract here: Sember, Robert (2017) “RE: ASSEMBLY: Notes on a long-term school-based art project.” Visual Inquiry, Volume 6, Number 2, June 2017, pp. 231-251.


Robert Sember recently has been reading: Truax, Barry (2001) Acoustic Communication, Second Edition. Westport, CT: Ablex Publishing.

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