Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 22 Issue 3
Description: This volume analyzes the processes of both curating sound artworks and their phenomenological nature. The essays analyze sound art as well as the resistance of sound—as an art material—to spaces conceived for silent visual artifacts. The institutional caging of sound art becomes a struggle that frustrates the rebellious nature of sound-based works and artistic practices. These essays provide a variety of perspectives on the rebellious nature of sound art still attempting to resist being caged in ‘tried and true’ settings and taxonomies.
Senior Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and John Drever
Editors: James Bulley and Ozden Sahin
Reference this volume: Lanfranco Aceti, James Bulley, John Drewer, and Ozden Sahin, eds. Sound Curating. Cambridge, MA: LEA / MIT Press, 2018.
Published Online: December 15, 2018
Published in Print: To Be Announced
ISBN: 978-1-912685-55-4 (Print) 978-1-912685-56-1 (Electronic)
DOI: To Be Announced
Repository: To Be Announced
Acknowledgments: The Leonardo Electronic Almanac is a collaborative effort supported by MIT Press, Leonardo/ISAST, Goldsmiths, KHM, New York University (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development), OCR (Operational and Curatorial Research), and CAC (Contemporary Arts and Cultures) at MIT.
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