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13 texts about sound for recent art

Original Publication:

This book is an introduction about sound and music in the arts that contains previously unpublished texts in Spanish. This anthology avoid deliberately the most well known names, and show some equally important artist that, due their gender, their country or their relation with central discourses and institutions, has not been fully recognized in the art system.

The book contains the following translations, editions and reprints:

  1. Pauline Oliveros. Auralizing in the Sonosphere. 2003
  2. Douglas Kahn . The Arts of Sound Art and Music. 2006
  3. Helga de la Motte. Klangkunt im 20. Jahrhundert. Eine Chronologie. 1996
  4. Andrey Smirnov. SOUND in Z: Experiments in Sound and Electronic Music in Early 20th Century Russia. 2013
  5. Carmen Cecilia Piñero Gil. Carmen Barradas: Modernidad y Exilio Interno. 2009
  6. Brian Morton. Candy-coated, gravity-defying, streamline baby. 2007
  7. Hildegard Westerkamp. Soundwalking. 1974
  8. David Crowley. Sounding the body electric. Experiments in art and music in Eastern Europe 1957–1984. 2012
  9. John Oswald. Plunderphonics, or Audio Piracy as a Compositional Prerogative. 1985
  10. David Toop. Looking back to Sonic Boom. 2016
  11. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung. Every Time A Ear di Soun. 2017
  12. Susan Campos Fonseca. Experimentalismo(s) y microcolonialidad de la escucha. 2019
  13. José Manuel Costa. Hacia una nueva economía del arte (sonoro). 2016