Angus Carlyle

Angus Carlyle is a teacher and researcher at CRiSAP at London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London. He edited the book Autumn Leaves (2007), co-edited On Listening (2013) and co-wrote In The Field (2013). His art works have included 51° 32 ‘ 6.954” N / 0° 00 ‘ 47.0808” W (2008), Noli Me Tangere (2009), Some Memories of Bamboo (2009) and Air Pressure (2011 – 2013), the latter a collaboration with anthropologist Rupert Cox. Carlyle is curious about the heard world of people and place, memory and presence. In 2012, he was invited to an artist residency by Fondazione Aurelio Petroni, an invitation that culminated an exhibition and continues today as an unfolding project called Silent Mountain that involves the creation of field signals, a flag, an album of stories and compositions and a film that is a collaboration with the filmmaker Chiara Caterina. In the last year he has been experimenting with short texts as accounts of language and landscape