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Hauntology Now! was a symposium held May 12, 2008 in the United Kingdom featuring K-Punk and Kode9. The afternoon was devoted to theoretical explorations of sonic hauntology, with presentations by Mark Fisher (The Wire, k-punk weblog), Jon Wozencroft (Touch, Royal College of Art), Paul Devereux (author, researcher into Archaeoacoustics, Royal College of Art), Christopher Woodward (Director of the Museum of Garden History) and Steve Goodman, better known as Kode9[1] (University of East London). The was given over to performances and interventions, with The Caretaker, Kode9 and The Spaceape and Philip Jeck headlining. [2]




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