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Looking at Sound: Sound Design and the Audiovisual Influences on Gaze

Seeing into Screens : Eye Tracking and the Moving Image

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

Book chapter

...Watching a film extends beyond simply viewing a visual sequence, it is an immersive audiovisual experience that engages both senses (and may invoke others; Sobchack 2000) in order to entertain, inform and transport its audience to narrative...

Sound Without Organs: Inhuman Refrains and the Speculative Potential of a Cosmos-Without-Us

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...A day before the scheduled landing of its probe on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta recorded a mysterious signal emanating from the extraterrestrial object (O’Neill 2014). Registering a low...

Images of Thought | Images of Music

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...A few years ago I was asked by the Belgian-Dutch magazine Gonzo (circus) to write a new music manifesto to mark the centenary of Luigi Russolo’s essay The Art of Noises, typically regarded as the futurist musical manifesto, and along...

Thaumaturgical Topography: Place, Sound and Non-Thinking

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...This article explains a practise of artistic creation by following the thought process that goes along with the development of a piece, clarifying and defining the directions that my work can take.First let me assume there is a seed element...

The Sounds of Things

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...First, and much too early, you invent a title for your lecture and many months later you start thinking what you actually should be talking about. So I was happy that I could use this academic bluff as an opportunity to rethink what...

Time|Place|Memory: Artistic Research as a Form of Thinking-Through-Media

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Autobiographical sightline: Time-sound-memory My earliest memory goes back to my second year, to 1962 and a nineteenth-century town house in Blerick/Venlo, close to the Dutch/German border. This memory, if it is a real one indeed...

Sonic Figure: The Sound of The Black Soft

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...[. . .] a-ha, a-ha, a-ha, a-ha, a-ha.Sound, generally, has the capacity to create a piece of information, a sign that can only be rendered and understood via a direct experience with and through the audible. This means that we basically...

How to Think Sonically? On the Generativity of the Flesh

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...As I am writing and rereading this chapter, it is rather early on a hot summer’s morning and I mostly hear heavy traffic outside my window; I am still waking up, a hot cup of tea with sugar and milk at my side. It seems that I selectively...

in|human rhythms

Bernd Herzogenrath

Bernd Herzogenrath is Professor of American Studies at the University of Frankfurt, Germany. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Time is rhythm: the insect rhythm of a warm humid night, brain ripple, breathing, the drum in my temple—these are our faithful timekeepers; and reason corrects the feverish beat.In many ways, the twentieth century can be regarded as art...

Memories of Memories of Memories of Memories: Remembering and Recording on the Silent Mountain

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...I’m not sure that the memory isn’t more reliable when it has no external aids to fall back on.Memory: “I see us still, sitting at that table”. But have I really the same visual image—or one of those that I had then? Do I also certainly see...