Sound as Material for Eco-technogenesis

Megan Hines, David Kadish, Maja Fagerberg Ranten

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Abstrakt

This paper delineates the conceptual outcomes from a two-week intensive cross-disciplinary conversation between an art historian, an interaction designer, and an artist/engineer. With the aim of applying the concept of technogenesis to an exploration of sound as material for art and design, we consider sound as a material force within an ecosystem. Through this lens, sound produced by either life- or technological-forms allows us to consider the ecological impact and potential meanings of generated sound. Drawing on biosemiotics, we propose that the co-evolution of sound, technology, and environments, what we call eco-technogenesis, demands relational, and thus ethical, thinking. The rowdy krause, an autonomous sonic agent, designed by Kadish to identify and inhabit an acoustic niche within an ecosystem, serves as a case study for thinking through eco-technogenesis.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of RE:SOUND 2019
Antal sider7
ForlagBritish Computer Society
Publikationsdatomaj 2020
Udgave8
Sider195-201
Artikelnummer195
DOI
StatusUdgivet - maj 2020
BegivenhedMedia Art History (MAH) 2019 Conference: RE:SOUND - Sound, Media and Art – Theories, Histories, Practices - Aalborg
Varighed: 20 aug. 201823 aug. 2018

Konference

KonferenceMedia Art History (MAH) 2019 Conference
LokationAalborg
Periode20/08/201823/08/2018

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