Angus Carlyle

Angus Carlyle is Professor of Sound and Landscape at University of the Arts London. He studied law as an undergraduate, completed a masters in political theory and a doctorate on the conditions of vocalised political exchange. Soundmapping and sonic wildernesses are the subjects of two recently published chapters. With Cathy Lane, he co-wrote the oral histories In the Field (2013) and Sound Arts Now (2021). His creative work shifts between a documentary impulse and a more poetic register, and has involved collaborations with anthropologists, and filmmakers in documentary, field recording, and experimental writing projects.