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Sound Beyond Nature | Sound Beyond Culture or: Why is the Prague Golem Mute?

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...I have to start by begging the reader’s pardon. First, as the outlines I will give are short and abridged—in more than one case the brevity of my explanations may stand in high tension to the complexity and the significance of the questions...

Walking into Sound

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...−1 granja 11:45, 27.4.2010−2 fagosa−3 castro daire−4 ermida−5 ribas 19:45, 28.4.2010−6 pinhero−7 villa nova−8 ester 19:00, 29.4.2010−9 nodar Notes A listening diary about a three-day listeningwalk (approx. 40 km) at the bank...

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...

Soundscape as a System and an Auditory Gestalt

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Viel hat von Morgen an,Seit ein Gespräch wir sind und hören voneinander,Erfahren der Mensch; bald sind wir aber Gesang.Much from tomorrow onsince we exist as conversation, listening to each otherhave human beings undergone; but soon shall...

One Dimensional Music Without Context or Meaning

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...In 2013 I made a short silent film that I claimed was about music, time, and technology. Shot entirely on the remote Finnish island of Hailuoto, it interweaves text with the island’s frozen, inert, and haunting landscapes. As a meditation...

Digital Sound, Thought

sonic thinking : a media philosophical approach

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Sound and event An event is not a thing but a happening, something that unspools or streams. Events occur as part of and in the midst of other events, a ball of tangled string. What distinguishes an event is that it distinguishes itself...

sonic thinking—An Introduction

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

...I would like to start with a set of resonances. First of all, a resonance on the word “resonance”—on the one hand it means something like “echo,” or “reverberation,” on the other hand, the word “reason” is somehow hidden in “resonance.”...