Kinokophonography is a collective that organizes live social events for people who are interested in field-recording.
Kinokophonography is a field-recordist collective that started in Manchester, England, and is now centered in New York. They create community and host live events where field recordists can share and listen to their field recordings.
"Kinoko" is the Japanese word for “mushroom"; "phone" pertains to sound (e.g. telephone, microphone, headphone); and “graphy” relates to a style or method of doing something. The founders of the group used a microphone head on a mushroom stalk as their mascot, which I expanded on for this poster.