|Title||Law as Sonic Performance|
|Authors||Mandic, D. and Ramshaw, Sara|
This is part of Lend Me Your Ears which is is a multi-stranded collection of audio and video recordings created as part of Aural/Oral Dramaturgies: Post-Verbatim, Amplified Storytelling and Gig Theatre in the Digital Age.
This Salon conversation is about the relationship between law, sound and listening. Looking into concepts such as law and justice, structure and form, listening and hearing, improvisation and composition, and machine listening, Mandic and Ramshaw question the ways in which sound and law are similar, focusing on their elusive and material qualities. Their starting points for discussion are the sound of a dying battery of a smoke alarm and and 1984 recording of a piece by George E. Lewis .
|Publisher||Auralia.Space, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.25389/rcssd.14061674.v1|
|Funder||AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council)|
CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
|Web address (URL)||https://www.auralia.space/salon5-danilomandic-sararamshaw/|