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”Sound [signal] noise: significative effects in contemporary sonic art practices

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”Sound [signal] noise : significative effects in contemporary sonic art practices. / Bjørnsten , Thomas.

I: Journal of Aesthetics & Culture, Bind 4, 15.06.2012, s. 1-8.

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title = "”Sound [signal] noise: significative effects in contemporary sonic art practices",
abstract = "The article discusses the intricate relationship between sound and signification through notions of noise. The emergence of new fields of sonic artistic practices has generated several questions of how to approach sound as aesthetic form and material. During the past decade an increased attention has been paid to, for instance, a category such as {\textquoteleft}sound art{\textquoteright} together with an equally strengthened interest in phenomena and concepts that fall outside the accepted aesthetic procedures and constructions of what we traditionally would term as musical sound – a recurring example being {\textquoteleft}noise{\textquoteright}.",
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