Solitude Journal 5 – A Sound Was Heard!

The fifth  issue of Solitude Journal, A Sound Was Heard! focuses on our sonic environment, sound, and its myriad expressions. Highlighting the importance of hearing both as a physical experience and as a social and cultural phenomenon, the journal explores the different ways in which sound affects the body, travels through space and time, and shapes our perception. The Journal offers a wide range of contributions by former Akademie Schloss Solitude fellows, exploring different aspects of sonic experience, from historical technological media developments to artistic experiments and political dimensions of sound.

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Contributors: Moonis Ahmad and Hafsa Sayeed; selma banich; G Douglas Barrett; Merve Bedir and Asena Hayal; Maaz Bin Bilal; Robert Blatt; Ariel Bustamante and Germán Lázaro; crys cole, Lukas Ludwig, Johanna Markert, and James Rushford; Jazmina Figueroa; Carlos Gutiérrez; Judith Hamann; Nicole L‘Huillier and Denise Helene Sumi; Ege Kanar; Clara Latham; Dzekashu MacViban and Edna Martinez; Niki Matita; Sarvenaz Mostofey; Victoria Myronyuk; Viron Erol Vert and Matteo Pasquinelli; Luke Wilkins

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