Tag Archives: emusic

Rotor, rotating topophony


Some media look back at their distant original history to what has been lost, or become unavailable. With our post-digital facilities to digitise and reconstruct, it’s relatively easy then to revive and repurpose this specific media in our hybrid worlds.

machine brut(e), temporal monolithism


The correlation between sound and architecture has been frequently articulated on space as the primary medium through which sound and structures can be expressed. Rarely, instead, have specific architectural principles been applied to sound, applying this kind of transdisciplinarity to

VVAA – Dirty Ear Report #2


Errant Bodies Press, ISBN-13: 9780988937567, English, 64 pages, 2016, Germany

How do you document a collective workshop made by sound artists and theorists with quite different backgrounds? Various attempts to translate scattered notes and scribbles into printed notebooks have been

Jason Kahn – In Place


Errant Bodies Press, ISBN: 978-0988937543, English, 112 pages, 2016, Germany

Jason Kahn (see the interview in Neural #55) is a sound artist who has spent a good deal of time investigating what he calls “active listening” practices, raising the awareness