26 June 2013

New publication by Budhaditya Chattopadhyay

In the context of describing a sound-based artistic project and its methodology, this article intends to develop a discourse on sound’s problematic relationship to locating its source, arguing that situational sonic phenomena activate thought processes that transcend mere epistemological comprehension of the source identity of sound and involve subjectivity, contemplation, poetics, and mood of the listener.

Read more here: Journal of Sonic Studies Vol 4. Issue 1. (May 2013)