Making it heard : a history of Brazilian sound art / edited by Rui Chaves and Fernando Iazzetta.Language: English Series: Sound studiesPublisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2021Utgåva: Paperback editionBeskrivning: xviii, 274 pages illustrations 24 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 1501383205; 9781501383205Ämne(n): 1900-2099 | Ljudkonst | Ljud i konsten | Elektronisk musik | Sound in art | Arts, Brazilian -- 20th century -- Themes, motives | Arts, Brazilian -- 21st century -- Themes, motives | Art and music -- Brazil | Sound installations (Art) -- Brazil | Music -- Brazil -- 21st century -- History and criticism | Music -- Brazil -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Art and music | Music | Sound in art | Sound installations (Art) | Brasilien | BrazilGenre/Form: Analys och tolkning | Criticism, interpretation, etc.DDK-klassifikation: 700.981/0904 LC-klassifikation: NX650.S68SAB-klssifikation: I
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Foreword: The Clash between Body and Artwork (Ricardo Basbaum, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil) -- Introduction (Rui Chaves and Fernando Iazzetta, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) -- Part One: Abre-Alas. Sounds from Elsewhere: Episodes for a History of Brazilian Sound Art (Fernando Iazzetta, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) -- Making Oneself Heard in Public, through Art and in Sound-Based Scholarship (Rui Chaves, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) -- Part Two: Bateria. Music Is What I Make (Vivian Caccuri, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- Radio Art, Cassette Culture, and Networked Artistic Practices: The International Ra(u)dio Art Show (IRAS) in Recife (Yuri Bruscky, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) -- Part Three: Barracão. Gambiarra's Perspective (Giuliano Obici, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil) -- Listening to the Debris: Brazilian Sound Art and the Low-Technology Economy (Andre Damiao, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) -- Part Four: Avenida. Being in the Field: Process, Narrativity, and Discovery in the Field-Recording Work of Thelmo Cristovam and Alexandre Fenerich (Paulo Dantas, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- Other Paths to Sonic Cartographies: "Mapa Sonoro CWB" and Its Untethered Soundwalks (Thais Aragao, Federal University of Ceara, Brazil) -- Part Five: Batucada. Out of the Mainstream: Noise and Otherness in the Work of Marie Carangi, Paula Garcia, and Sofia Caesar (Lilian Campesato, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) -- Counter-Tradition: Toward the Black Vanguard of Contemporary Brazil (GG Albuquerque, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) -- Engaged Sonorities: Politics and Gender in the Work of Vanessa De Michelis (Tania Mello Neiva, Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil) -- Afterword: The Audibility of Brazilian Sound Art (Ana M. Ochoa Gautier, Columbia University, USA)
"From the mid-20th century to the present, the Brazilian cultural scene and its art, literature, and music has been witness to a wealth of creative approaches involving sound. This is the backdrop for Making It Heard: A History of Brazilian Sound Art, a volume that offers an overview of local artists working with performance, experimental vinyl production, sound installation, sculpture, radio, field recording, and sound mapping. It criticizes universal approaches to art and music historiography that fail to recognize local idiosyncrasies, and creates a local rationale and discourse. Through this approach, Chavez and Iazzetta enable students, researchers, and artists to discover and acknowledge work produced outside of a standard Anglo-European framework"--Provided by publisher.
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