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Amplifications. Poetic migration, auditory memory.

Author: Paul Carter
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of history, creative practice, and sound studies, recounting this narrative through a series of themes (rattles, echoes, recordings, etc.). Carter offers a unique  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Carter
ISBN: 9781501344473 1501344471
OCLC Number: 1105605726
Description: 304 p.
Responsibility: Paul Carter.

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Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of history, creative practice, and sound studies, recounting this narrative through a series of themes (rattles, echoes, recordings, etc.). Carter offers a unique perspective on migratory poetics, bringing together his own compositions and life's works while using his personal narrative to frame larger theoretical questions about sound and migration.

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