Reverberations: The Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Politics of Noise

Goddard, M., Halligan, B and Hegarty, P (ed.) 2012. Reverberations: The Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Politics of Noise. London Bloomsbury Academic.

TitleReverberations: The Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Politics of Noise
EditorsGoddard, M., Halligan, B and Hegarty, P
Abstract

A publication emerging out of a successful international conference I co-organised on noise in 2010. The first of two volumes, this one focuses on noise as an aesthetic, political and cultural concept, and a range of noise practices beyond purely sonic ones, such as audiovisual noise and noise in communication theory. It argues that noise is fundamental to contemporary communication practices and facilitates a reversal of perspective in how these practices can be understood

KeywordsNoise, glitch, audiovisual media, communication theory, cinema, contemporary art, noise politics
Year2012
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Publication dates
PublishedMay 2012
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN9781441196057

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