MEANDERING THROUGH ECOLOGICAL INTIMACY (2021)

Audio essay, 13 mins 

 

A short audio essay I created, detailing an approach to ecological intimacy amidst the right-wing government lock-down, exploring meandering and queer methodologies in sound art, weaving fieldwork and case studies.

Artworks referenced
Patrick Staff, To those in search of Immunity, Collective Edinburgh 2017

Hildegard Westerkamp Sound walk – Kits beach 1989

 

Bibliography
Halberstam, J., 2011. Introduction, The Queer Art of Failure, North Carolina: Duke University Press.

Haraway, D., Speculative Fabulation, online, www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFGXTQnJE…channel=FabbulaTV

Kanngiser, A., To tend for, to care with: three pieces on listening as method, online, theseedbox.se/blog/to-tend-for-t…listening-as-method

Kannigiser, A., Son[i]a # 314, Audio interview rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/sonia-314-anja-kanngieser

Rust, M-J, 2012. Ecological intimacy. In Vital Signs. Routledge, pp. 171–184.

Shannon, D.B. & Truman, S.E. 2018 Sonic Cultures: An Affective Walking-Composing Project, in Capacious: Journal for emerging affect enquiry

Westerkamp, H., 2020, Learning from Sound YouTube video, on Praxis Oslo channel www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiipOK7H_…annel=PRAKSISOslo

Tsing, A.L. 2015. The mushroom at the end of the world : on the possibility of life in capitalist ruins, Princeton: Princeton University Press