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sound thinking - An Introduction Bernd Herzogenrath (The Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) Time/Place/Memory. Artistic Research as a Form of Thinking-Through-Media Krien Clevis (Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Zuyd University, The Netherlands) sonic thought i Walking into Sound Lasse-Marc Riek (Gruenrekorder, Germany) Soundscape as a System and an Auditory Gestalt Sabine Breitsameter (Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany) Memories of Memories of Memories of Memories: Remembering andRecording on The Silent Mountain Angus Carlyle (University of the Arts London, UK) sonic thought iii Thaumaturgical Topography: Place, Sound and Non-Thinking Thomas Koener sonic thought ii The Sounds of Things Heiner Goebbels (Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Justus Liebig University, Germany) Sonic Thought Christoph Cox (Hampshire College, USA) in|human rhythms Bernd Herzogenrath (The Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) Sound Without Organs: Inhuman Refrains & the SpeculativePotential of a Cosmos-Without-Us Jason Wallin & Jessie Beier (University of Alberta, Canada) Buzzing off ... Toward Sonic Thinking Christoph Lischka (University of Arts Bremen, Germany) Sound beyond Nature/Sound beyond Culture, or: Why is the Prague Golemmute? Jakob Ullmann sonic thought iv One Dimensional Music Without Context Or Meaning Mark Fell How to Think Sonically? On the Generativity of the Flesh Holger Schulze (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Immanent Non-Musicology: Deleuze|Guattari vs. Laruelle Achim Szepanski Sonic Figure: The Sound of The Black Soft Julia Meier Images of Thought | Images of Music Adam Harper (Oxford University, UK) Digital Sound, Thought Aden Evans (Dartmouth University, USA) sonic thought v Sonotypes Sebastian Scherer (The Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
A mediaphilosophical approach to `think with and through sound.'
Bernd Herzogenrath is Professor of American Studies at the University of Frankfurt, Germany. He is the editor of the collections Deleuze|Guattari & Ecology (2009) and An [Un]Likely Alliance: Thinking Environment[s] with Deleuze|Guattari (2009), and author of An American Body|Politic - A Deleuzian Approach (2010).
An astonishingly good and thoughtful book. * The Wire * Sonic Thinking makes a significant contribution to the field of sound studies and sonic philosophy. Bernd Herzogenrath brings together a collection of key theorists, artists, musicians, and sound researchers to show us how `thinking with sound' enables us to grasp the resonance of the world without-us, that realm of cosmological entanglements between humans and nonhumans. The `acoustic turn' explored here presents sound in terms of intensity and vibration as opposed to the metaphysics of being, representation and identity. Sound matter is not contained through hylomorphic ontology, rather this collection of sonic researchers and artists present an alternative process-orientated ontology that is based on becoming: sound entities are events that are contingent actualizations of virtual potential. * jan jagodzinski, Professor of Visual Art and Media Education, University of Alberta, Canada * Sonic Thinking reminds us that listening is a deep dimension of intelligence, and a call to be more fully present in the world around us. * John Luther Adams, Composer, USA *