"Interference: A journal of audio culture" Call for papers
Call for Papers Deadline:
Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture, are pleased to announce a call for papers for the inaugural issue An Ear Alone is Not a Being: Embodied Mediations in Audio Culture, to be launched in the Spring of 2011. To what extent are acoustic practices embodied? How does physical embodiment shape auditory cognition? What role do processes such as biofeedback and genetic algorithms play in contemporary musical practices? What kinds of idealised listening
subjects are encoded in acoustic algorithms such as codecs, head-related transfer functions or binaural recording specifications? How are psychoacoustic effects deployed for and against the body? How might we speak about listening practices that extend beyond the ear to sensorial or haptic accounts of audition? The inaugural issue of Interference investigates the mediative role of the body in sonic practices. Embodied mediation presumes a reciprocal process: we explore how listening experiences and acoustic practices are shaped by corporeality, but we also attend to the many ways in which these processes work upon that body, through psychophysical affect and the representation and encoding of embodied subjects in acoustic performances, technologies, and cultural artefacts. Submissions may take the form of academic articles or statements of research and practice. For more information see the submission guidelines.
Proposals for this issue of Interference might address, but not exclusively, some of the following issues and points of discussion:
Research in Embodied Music Cognition
Phenomenology of Sound
Biofeedback: the role played by corporeality in sonic arts, musical practices, performance and design
Sonic Dominance: the use of acoustic properties as affective tools
Sonic Mediations: Exploring the mediative role of the body between cognitive response and acoustic environment. Exploring the relationship between the body and tools for acoustic composition and performance.
Encoding Bodies: An exploration of how the body might be represented or encoded in practices as diverse as instrument design, networked performances, psychoacoustic algorithms, prosthetic devices etc.
Haptic or intersensory listening practices
Interference balances its content between academic and practice based research and therefore accepts proposals for both academic papers and accounts of practice based research.
Deadline for Abstracts October 31st 2010 to email@example.com
Deadline for Final Papers January 15th 2011 to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, and submission guidelines please see
www.interferencejournal.com or contact email@example.com
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