The Local and the Distributed in the Sonic Arts

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Abstract

This paper addresses the relationship between local and distributed strategies with reference to two recent participatory sound art projects in Belfast and Rio de Janeiro. The local concern for site and place is discussed and juxtaposed with distributed practices, which,by definition question and extend the very notion of site or locale. I refer to examples from ethnomusicology, anthropology and education in which participative horizontal research methodologies lead to a dynamic articulation of local conditions and allow for a reflection on how technology impacts on social interaction and relationships with place. The works of Samuel Araújo, Georgina Born and Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire provide a framework of reference in this context.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInvisible Places, Sounding Cities: Sound, Urbanism and Sense of Place. 18-20 July 2014, Viseu, Portugal. Proceedings
Pages686-697
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)978-989-746-048-7
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2014
EventInvisible Places, Sounding Cities: Sound, Urbansism and Sense of Place - Portugal, Viseu, Portugal
Duration: 18 Jul 201420 Jul 2014

Conference

ConferenceInvisible Places, Sounding Cities: Sound, Urbansism and Sense of Place
CountryPortugal
CityViseu
Period18/07/201420/07/2014

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