Half sound, half philosophy : aesthetics, politics, and history of China's sound art / Jing Wang.

Av: Wang, Jing, 1982- [aut]
Language: English Serie: Sound studies: Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2021Beskrivning: xiv, 216 pages illustrations 23 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781501333484; 1501333488Ämne(n): Ljudkonst | Elektronisk musik | Experimentell musik | Qi (Chinese philosophy) | Sound (Philosophy) | Music -- China -- 21st century -- History and criticism | Music -- China -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Music -- China -- Philosophy and aesthetics | Sound art -- China -- History and criticism | KinaGenre/Form: Analys och tolkningDDK-klassifikation: 780.951 LOC-klassifikation: ML336.9
Anmärkning:
Introduction : Qi-Philosophy ; Sounds as Qi -- Sound, Resonance, the Philosophy of Qi : Ancient Chinese Acoustics ; The Philosophy of Qi ; Sound Explained through Qi-Philosophy ; Conclusion -- A Brief History of Sound in China's Contemporary Art : Conditions and Precursors ; New Media Art after 2000 ; Sound Art after 2000 -- A Brief History of Electronic and Experimental Music in China : The Electronic Instrument Builders ; Academic Electronic Music: Inauguration ; Nonacademic Electronic and Experimental Music ; Conclusion -- Shanshui-Thought in Experimental Music Practices : Shanshui-Thought: An Overview ; Shanshui: The Existential and the Epistemological ; Making Shanshui-Thought Audible: Two Aesthetic Qualities ; Conclusion -- In Praise of Strange Sounds of the Shamanistic : The Minor Tradition in Ancient Chinese Culture: Shamanism and Chimei Wangliang ; Acoustic Cultural Heritage and Nationalism ; Huanghu and Its Two Aesthetic Operations: Resonance and Withdrawal ; Conclusion -- Ubiquitous Control : From Cosmic Bell, Loudspeakers to Immanent Humming : Zhang Peili and Anti-Monumentality of Sound ; Zhang Ding and the Military-Entertainment-Art Complex ; Liu Chuang and the (Im)Possibility of Not Being Governed ; Conclusion - Qi-Thinking, or Cybernetics: A Way of Going On
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Introduction : Qi-Philosophy ; Sounds as Qi -- Sound, Resonance, the Philosophy of Qi : Ancient Chinese Acoustics ; The Philosophy of Qi ; Sound Explained through Qi-Philosophy ; Conclusion -- A Brief History of Sound in China's Contemporary Art : Conditions and Precursors ; New Media Art after 2000 ; Sound Art after 2000 -- A Brief History of Electronic and Experimental Music in China : The Electronic Instrument Builders ; Academic Electronic Music: Inauguration ; Nonacademic Electronic and Experimental Music ; Conclusion -- Shanshui-Thought in Experimental Music Practices : Shanshui-Thought: An Overview ; Shanshui: The Existential and the Epistemological ; Making Shanshui-Thought Audible: Two Aesthetic Qualities ; Conclusion -- In Praise of Strange Sounds of the Shamanistic : The Minor Tradition in Ancient Chinese Culture: Shamanism and Chimei Wangliang ; Acoustic Cultural Heritage and Nationalism ; Huanghu and Its Two Aesthetic Operations: Resonance and Withdrawal ; Conclusion -- Ubiquitous Control : From Cosmic Bell, Loudspeakers to Immanent Humming : Zhang Peili and Anti-Monumentality of Sound ; Zhang Ding and the Military-Entertainment-Art Complex ; Liu Chuang and the (Im)Possibility of Not Being Governed ; Conclusion - Qi-Thinking, or Cybernetics: A Way of Going On

"Maps the aesthetic, cultural, and socio-economical networks of a variety of sound practices and discourses in contemporary China"-- Provided by publisher

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