Tony Spencer Blog

The sculptures omit sounds, rich in harmonics and musical intervals. Listening to the sounds produces a response in the brain’s neuro oscillation. The sounds slow the rhythmic activity down from gamma to alpha, benefiting you by relaxing the nervous system. A further reaction is then......

3rd October Neurodivergent art exhibition coming to Chapel Arts Studios By James Ashworth @JamesAshworth98 Reporter An art exhibition designed for neurodivergent people is coming to Andover’s Chapel Arts Studios in November. Neurodivergence is a term used to describe the variation in how the human brain......

I’ve just completed the online Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator, which was inspired by watching Robert Holden’s five week online training course Coaching Success. What was interesting about the results were they exactly matched what I expressed in my latest work Sermon – On the seventh......

Through my work as a Sound Therapist I have been exploring the effects of sound on a person, with the intention of boosting their physical energy and improving their health and emotional wellbeing. There are many different reasons why a persons energy could feel depleted. It......

The Folonko (crocodile) also known as Mama Folonko, is one of three sacred fresh water crocodile pools in The Gambia. It is located in the rural village of Kartong, where I spent two years on a self directed residency from 2012 – 2014, and subsequently......

I took part in the first ‘murmuration # 1’ residency 2018, exploration of all aspects of located sound (sound art, field recording, acoustic ecology, sound design, soundscape, sound installation & diffusion etc), coordinated by Jez Riley-French and Chris Watson. The location was Glenshee Scotland, on the edge of......

The Listeners is an on going project where I am exploring the natural soundscape of Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve, which is home to a group of ancient Yew Trees known as ‘The Watchers’. Yew Trees are indigenous British trees, decedents from our ancient woodland,......

In my experience of living two years in rural West African, you can develop a strong connection to the sounds and rhythms of nature. It not surprising that  West African musicians draw inspiration form the natural environment and trusting that reality resides predominantly in what......

To offer an understanding of how local people feel about their friend and family taking the Back Way, we interviewed a number of local Kartong village men. Our feelings are that it presents a perspective of the situation from the view of West African’s, rather......

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