Vient de paraître : Sound Effects, vol. 10, no 1, « Sound and Listening Spaces », sous la dir. de Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen et Therese Wiwe Vilmar.
« At the core of contemporary sound studies is the understanding of sound as a spatial medium. The long-standing conception of the temporal art form of music can be said to have shifted to a broader idea of a spatial medium of sound. Since what has commonly been called ‘the spatial turn’ in the second half of the 20th century, space has been studied from many angles and has generally been considered a social, political and cultural construct, as, for instance, Henri Lefebvre points out in The Production of Space (1974). »
Contributions de : Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen, Meredith C. Ward, João Francisco Porfírio, Sara Tanderup Linkis, Therese Wiwe Vilmar, Iain Findlay-Walsh, Ed Cooper, Mario Alberto Duarte-García, Emma Wilde, Niklas Rönnberg, Jonas Löwgren, Daniel Walzer, Valentin Ris, Domenico Napolitano et Vadim Keylin.
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