The Bloomsbury handbook of sound art / edited by Sanne Krogh Groth and Holger Schulze.

Medverkande: Groth, Sanne Krogh, 1975- [edt] | Schulze, Holger [edt]
Language: English Serie: Bloomsbury handbooks: Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2020Beskrivning: viii, 571 sidor, 8 onumrerade planschsidor illustrationer (vissa i färg) 27 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781501338793Ämne(n): Ljudkonst | Ljud i konstenDDK-klassifikation: 709.04074 SAB-klassifikation: Iji
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Part I After the Apocalypse. The Desert of the Real as Sound Art. 1. The Sonic Aftermath. The Anthropocene and Interdisciplinarity after the Apocalypse (Anette Vandso Aarhus University, Denmark) -- 2. Composing Sociality. Toward an Aesthetics of Transition Design (Jeremy Woodruff, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey) -- 3. Dealing with Disaster. Notes toward a Decolonizing, Aesthetico-Relational Sound Art (Pedro J. S. Vieira de Oliveira, Sound Artist and Independent Scholar, Germany) -- 4. Vocalizing Dystopian and Utopian Impulses. The End of Eating Everything (Stina Marie Hasse Jorgensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) -- Part II Journeys Across the Grid. Postcolonial Transformations as Sound Art. 5. "Diam!" (Be Quiet!). Noisy Sound Art from the Global South (Sanne Krogh Groth, Lund University, Sweden) -- 6. Curating Potential. Migration and Sonic Artistic Practices in Berlin (Juliana Hodkinson, Royal Academy of Music, Denmark, in Conversation with Elke Moltrecht, Academy of the Art of the World, Germany, and Julia Gerlach, Freie Universite Berlin, Germany) -- 7. Four Artistic Journeys. i. Pockets of Communities (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in Conversation with Emeka Ogboh, Columbia's Institute for Ideas and Imagination, France) ; ii. Cairo Baby-Doll. Some Remarks on a Cairo Sound Art Scene ; iii. When I Close My Eyes Everything Is So Damn Pretty (Can't Do the Thing You Want, Can't Do the Thing You Want, Can't Do the Thing You Want) (Samson Young, Composer and Artist, Hong Kong) ; iv. Sound in Covert Places. Indonesian Sound Art Development through Bandung Perspectives (Bob Edrian, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia) -- 8. Sound Art in East and Southeast Asia. Historical and Political Considerations (Cedrik Fermont, Musician and Independent Scholar, Berlin, Germany, and Dimitri della Faille, University of Quebec, Canada) Part III Come Closer ... Intimate Encounters as Sound Art -- 9. Kiss, Lick, Suck. Micro-Orality of Intimate Intensities (Brandon LaBelle, University of Bergen, Norway) -- 10. Gender, Intimacy, and Voices in Sound Art. Encouragements, Self-portraits, and Shadow Walks (Cathy Lane, University of the Arts, London, UK) -- 11. Sonic Intimacies. The Sensory Status of Intimate Encounters in 3-D Sound Art (Sabine Feisst and Garth Paine, Arizona State University, USA) -- 12. Intruders Touching You. Intimate Encounters in Audio (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) -- Part IV De-Institutionalize! Institutional Critique as Sound Art. 13. Inquiring into the Hack. New Sonic and Institutional Practices by Paulina Oliveros, Pussy Riot, and Goodiepal (Sharon Stewart, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) -- 14. Outside and Around Institutions. Two Artistic Positions i. Working in the Sounding Field (Anne Lockwood, Vassar College, USA) ; ii. Conversations and Utopias (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in Conversation with Mendi Obadike, Pratt Institute, USA, and Keith Obadike, William Patterson University, USA) -- 15. Audiogrammi of a Collective Intelligence. The Composers-Researchers of S2FM, SMET, NPS, and Other Mavericks (Laura Zattra, Francesco Venezze Conservatory of Music, Italy) -- 16. Sounding in Paths, Hearing through Cracks. Sonic Art Practices and Urban Institutions (Elen Flagge, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland) Part V The Sonic Imagination. Sonic Thinking as Sound Art -- 17. The Sonic Fiction of Sound Art. A Background to the Theory-Fiction of Sound (Macon Holt, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) -- 18. Women Sonic Thinkers. The Histories of Seeing, Touching, and Embodying Sound (Sandra Kazlauskaite, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) -- 19. "Specific Dissonances" A Geopolitics of Frequency (A lastair Cameron, Independent Scholar, UK, and Eleni Ikoniadou, Royal College of Art, UK) -- 20. A Universe in a Grain of Sound. The Production of Time and Fiction in Machinic Sound Art (Tobias Ewé, University of British Columbia, Canada) -- Part VI Making Sound. Building Media Instruments as Sound Art. 21. The Instrument as Theater. Instrumental Reworkings in Contemporary Sound Art (Sanne Krogh Groth, Lund University, Sweden, and Ulrik Schmidt, Roskilde University, Denmark) -- 22. From Turntable to Neural Net. Sound Art, Technoscience, Craft, and the Instrument (Chris Salter and Alexandre Saunier, Concordia University, Canada) -- 23. The Instrument as Medium. Phonographic Work (Rolf GroAmann, Leuphana University of LAơnenberg, Germany) -- 24. How to Build an Instrument? Three Artistic Positions - Articles and Interviews. i. Membrane. Materialities and Intensities of Sound (Carla J. Maier, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, in Conversation with Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Cornell University, USA) ; ii. Pickups and Strings. On Experimental Preparation and Magnetic Amplification (Yuri Landman, Academy for Pop Culture, the Netherlands) ; iii. Mechanics. From Physicality over Symbolism through Malfunction and Back Again (Morten Riis, The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, Denmark) -- Notes -- References -- Contributors -- Index
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Part I After the Apocalypse. The Desert of the Real as Sound Art. 1. The Sonic Aftermath. The Anthropocene and Interdisciplinarity after the Apocalypse (Anette Vandso Aarhus University, Denmark) -- 2. Composing Sociality. Toward an Aesthetics of Transition Design (Jeremy Woodruff, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey) -- 3. Dealing with Disaster. Notes toward a Decolonizing, Aesthetico-Relational Sound Art (Pedro J. S. Vieira de Oliveira, Sound Artist and Independent Scholar, Germany) -- 4. Vocalizing Dystopian and Utopian Impulses. The End of Eating Everything (Stina Marie Hasse Jorgensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) -- Part II Journeys Across the Grid. Postcolonial Transformations as Sound Art. 5. "Diam!" (Be Quiet!). Noisy Sound Art from the Global South (Sanne Krogh Groth, Lund University, Sweden) -- 6. Curating Potential. Migration and Sonic Artistic Practices in Berlin (Juliana Hodkinson, Royal Academy of Music, Denmark, in Conversation with Elke Moltrecht, Academy of the Art of the World, Germany, and Julia Gerlach, Freie Universite Berlin, Germany) -- 7. Four Artistic Journeys. i. Pockets of Communities (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in Conversation with Emeka Ogboh, Columbia's Institute for Ideas and Imagination, France) ; ii. Cairo Baby-Doll. Some Remarks on a Cairo Sound Art Scene ; iii. When I Close My Eyes Everything Is So Damn Pretty (Can't Do the Thing You Want, Can't Do the Thing You Want, Can't Do the Thing You Want) (Samson Young, Composer and Artist, Hong Kong) ; iv. Sound in Covert Places. Indonesian Sound Art Development through Bandung Perspectives (Bob Edrian, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia) -- 8. Sound Art in East and Southeast Asia. Historical and Political Considerations (Cedrik Fermont, Musician and Independent Scholar, Berlin, Germany, and Dimitri della Faille, University of Quebec, Canada) Part III Come Closer ... Intimate Encounters as Sound Art -- 9. Kiss, Lick, Suck. Micro-Orality of Intimate Intensities (Brandon LaBelle, University of Bergen, Norway) -- 10. Gender, Intimacy, and Voices in Sound Art. Encouragements, Self-portraits, and Shadow Walks (Cathy Lane, University of the Arts, London, UK) -- 11. Sonic Intimacies. The Sensory Status of Intimate Encounters in 3-D Sound Art (Sabine Feisst and Garth Paine, Arizona State University, USA) -- 12. Intruders Touching You. Intimate Encounters in Audio (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) -- Part IV De-Institutionalize! Institutional Critique as Sound Art. 13. Inquiring into the Hack. New Sonic and Institutional Practices by Paulina Oliveros, Pussy Riot, and Goodiepal (Sharon Stewart, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) -- 14. Outside and Around Institutions. Two Artistic Positions i. Working in the Sounding Field (Anne Lockwood, Vassar College, USA) ; ii. Conversations and Utopias (Holger Schulze, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in Conversation with Mendi Obadike, Pratt Institute, USA, and Keith Obadike, William Patterson University, USA) -- 15. Audiogrammi of a Collective Intelligence. The Composers-Researchers of S2FM, SMET, NPS, and Other Mavericks (Laura Zattra, Francesco Venezze Conservatory of Music, Italy) -- 16. Sounding in Paths, Hearing through Cracks. Sonic Art Practices and Urban Institutions (Elen Flagge, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland) Part V The Sonic Imagination. Sonic Thinking as Sound Art -- 17. The Sonic Fiction of Sound Art. A Background to the Theory-Fiction of Sound (Macon Holt, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) -- 18. Women Sonic Thinkers. The Histories of Seeing, Touching, and Embodying Sound (Sandra Kazlauskaite, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK) -- 19. "Specific Dissonances" A Geopolitics of Frequency (A lastair Cameron, Independent Scholar, UK, and Eleni Ikoniadou, Royal College of Art, UK) -- 20. A Universe in a Grain of Sound. The Production of Time and Fiction in Machinic Sound Art (Tobias Ewé, University of British Columbia, Canada) -- Part VI Making Sound. Building Media Instruments as Sound Art. 21. The Instrument as Theater. Instrumental Reworkings in Contemporary Sound Art (Sanne Krogh Groth, Lund University, Sweden, and Ulrik Schmidt, Roskilde University, Denmark) -- 22. From Turntable to Neural Net. Sound Art, Technoscience, Craft, and the Instrument (Chris Salter and Alexandre Saunier, Concordia University, Canada) -- 23. The Instrument as Medium. Phonographic Work (Rolf GroAmann, Leuphana University of LAơnenberg, Germany) -- 24. How to Build an Instrument? Three Artistic Positions - Articles and Interviews. i. Membrane. Materialities and Intensities of Sound (Carla J. Maier, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, in Conversation with Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Cornell University, USA) ; ii. Pickups and Strings. On Experimental Preparation and Magnetic Amplification (Yuri Landman, Academy for Pop Culture, the Netherlands) ; iii. Mechanics. From Physicality over Symbolism through Malfunction and Back Again (Morten Riis, The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, Denmark) -- Notes -- References -- Contributors -- Index

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