Photo credit: Jordan Lacey, 2019
Call for Submissions: "Translating Ambiance: embodiment, practice, listening"
Guest editor: Jordan Lacey
Deadline for abstract proposals: 1st November
This Unlikely issue explores sonic ambiance through the figure and practices of translation. Ambiance is the 'in-between' that emerges between our sensory apparatus and the environments we encounter (Gernot Böhme) and that opens up our perceptibility of the world (Jean-Paul Thibaud). The relationality and affectivity of sound makes it a powerful tool for creating ambiance. Always surrounding us, sound simultaneously has connective and invasive qualities with a capacity to shape our imaginations with its flows and intensities.
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