Towards a social ontology of improvised sound work

Author: Russell, B.

Date: 2010

Publisher: CPIT

Type: Book item

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Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology

Abstract

Improvised sound work is one of the key areas of inter-generic hybridity in contemporary music. Any attempt to identify a social role and agree on a cultural meaning for such improvisational practice must grapple first with issues of definition. These issues are especially acute for emerging hybrid practices because their practical development outstrips the ability of the available critical/ideological structures to provide useful and generally agreed definitions for them.

Citation: ["Russell, B. (2010). Towards a social ontology of improvised sound work. In Mattin & A. Iles (Eds.). Noise and Capitalism (pp. 72-95). San Sebastian, Spain: Arteleku."]