Judy Wajcman is Professor Emeritus at the LSE and co-lead of Women in Data Science and AI project at The Alan Turing Institute.
Dr Ruth Ogden is a Reader in Experimental Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University where she researchers the psychology of time.
Through multi-vocal and multichannel sound installations, sculpture, print, workshops and text Shenece Oretha amplifies and celebrates listening and sound as an embodied and collective practice.
Dr Bayo Akomolafe, rooted with the Yoruba people in a more-than-human world, is the father to Alethea and Kyah, the grateful life-partner to Ije and a post humanist thinker, poet, public intellectual, essayist, and author.
Soft Life is produced by Alannah Chance and Axel Kacoutié
With sound by Axel Kacoutié and additional music by Ellen Zweig
This episode includes the following sound works by Shenece Oretha:
Ah So It Go, Ah No So it Go, Go So!
Who Can’t Hear Must Feel