Sexing Sound: Symposium & Exhibition
Sexing Sound: Music Cultures, Audio Practices, and Contemporary Art & Sexing Sound: Aural Archives and Feminist Scores at CUNY Center for the Humanities, New York Feb/March 2014.
“Pop and rock music has long been an important forum for experimentation with gendered performance, audience identification, and different models of authorship and collaboration. What happens, we ask, when the complex affective and social dynamics of popular music cultures are put into a dialogue with more rarified notions of audio cultures or sound art? Taking the issue of sexual difference and sexuality as its central concern, this symposium brings together an international group of artists, writers, educators and curators to address the gendered complexes of “music cultures,” “audio practices,” and where these two realms intersect in contemporary art. Presentation topics include the feminist sound archive Her Noise, women in early punk, the voice, and the soundscape.” read more via CUNY website…
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[Political Provocation and Agency: Jamaican Sound, Punk, and Pussy Riot] [Sonic Practices Between Performance and Installation] [Turntablism: Feminist Collaboration & Authorship] [Women’s Work, Feminist Archives & the Gendered Voice]