Posts Tagged ‘reflexivity’

Hernoise archive, Kubisch, Varda, and audiences

Hernoise archive, Kubisch, Varda, and audiences

Watching, listening, writing to the hernoise archive

Watching the video interview with Christina Kubisch on hernoise, I am reminded again of the importance of this multi-faceted and growing archive for contemporary research in sound, gender and technology. I have read quite a bit about Kubisch in the past, but the video and its informal conversational tone gives access to her thinking and work in a new way, providing more context, letting me see and hear her reactions to questions. She talks about how she came to her method of working with magnetic induction, and her interest in letting audiences construct their own sonic experience using technology that she and her team had developed to make electrical signals audible. I think this aspect of Kubisch’s work is very important… read more at Hernoise archive…