Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance
In a world dominated by the visual, could contemporary resistances be auditory? Sonic Agency highlights sound’s invisible, disruptive and affective qualities, and asks whether the unseen nature of sound can support a political transformation.
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Publication date and place2018
Political science & theory
Political control & freedoms
Acoustic & sound engineering