Articles and chapters in edited books and academic journals:
“Last Breath, Sensing Life,” Oxford Handbook of Sound Art, Eds. Jane Grant, John Matthias, and David Prior, Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
“Planes, Walls, and Bits of Sound: Healing a voice,” Special issue on voice. Eds. J. Martin Daughtry and Clara Latham. Music and Politics, X.2 (Summer, 2016).
“Anonymous Voice, Sound and Indifference,” Einstein on the Beach: Opera beyond Drama. Eds. Jelena Novak and John Richardson. London: Ashgate, forthcoming.
“Silence and Speech in Lecture on Nothing and Phonophonie,” Voice Matters. Eds. Nina Sun Eidsheim and Annette Schlichter. Postmodern Culture 24.3 (May 2014).
“Singing and a song: The intimate difference in Susan Philipsz’s Lowlands,” Gestures of Music Theatre: The Performativity of Song and Dance. Eds. Millie Taylor and Dominic Symonds. Oxford: Oxford University Press, January 2014, 179-190.
“Theorizing Voice in Performance: György Ligeti’s Aventures,” Perspectives of New Music. Volume 48, No 1, Winter 2010, 44-65.
“Revisiting the phenomenon of sound as ‘empty container’: The Acoustic Imagination in Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonata,” Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Auditory Display, New-Digital Arts Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2009, 1-7.
“The Problem of Archiving Sound Works,” UCLA’s Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology. Volume 11, Winter 2006, 1-16.
Reviews and Other Articles:
Young, Miriama. Singing the Body Electric: The Human Voice And Sound Technology (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015) Twentieth Century Music 13.1 (Spring 2016).
Bernhart, Walter & Lawrence Kramer (Eds.) On Voice (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014) Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies Volume 1. Issue 2 (May 2016).
Lucier, Alvin. Music 109: Notes on Experimental Music (Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2012) Critical Studies in Improvisation, forthcoming.
“Cage and Care” in Dirty Ear Report #1, edited by Brandon LaBelle, Berlin, Los Angeles: Errant Bodies Press, July 2016.
“A vibration meant-to be,” LOUD Silence, Exhibition Catalog No 19, Gallery at CALIT (California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology), University of California, San Diego, edited and curated by Amanda Cachia, 2015, 42-51.
Recent Talks (2014-2018)
“Voicing Infrasound,” Sensing the sonic: vibratory histories of hearing differently (1800-now), convened by Melissa Van Drie and Melle Kromhout with the support of the European Research Council Project “Sound and Materialism in the 19th century” directed by David Trippett. Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge (UK), 15-16 June 2018.
“Her Voice,” The Audible Spectrum: Sound Studies, Hearing Culture and Sound Art,” organised by the Cité de la musique/Philharmonie de Paris and the H2H LABEX Research project “The factory of sound arts” (University of Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis). Convened by Bastien Gallet, Stéphane Roth, Matthieu Saladin, 7-9 June 2018.
“A thread from passion to indifference”. Rainy Days Festival Conference, convened by Lydia Rilling and Friederike Wißmann. Rainy Days Festival, Philharmonie Luxembourg, 17 November 2017.
“Waste, Voice, Recycling: The Waste Land and Environmental Dialogue,” Research Colloquium, Department of Music, University of Oxford, 2 May 2017.
“Last Breath, Sensing Life,” Research Seminar, Department of Music and Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, 8 March 2017.
“The Volume of Christine Sun Kim’s Nap Disturbance,” Space and Sonic Identities Seminar Series, convened by the Bartlett Sound Making Space Doctoral Network, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, 2 March 2017.
Guest Lecturer, “Feedback Loops: Walks, Talks, Avatars,” Research Seminars in Music Technology and Sound Art, convened by Federico Reuben, Department of Music, University of York, 1 June 2016.
“Words, Sounds, Affects: Formation of Nonsense,” Symbolisation, Interdisciplinary Seminar Series, organized by Lesley Caldwell, Psychoanalysis Unit, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, University College London, 6 May 2016.
Guest Speaker/Respondent, Bodies That Matter, Exhibition and Research Soirée of the MA Sound Arts at London College of Communication, UAL, curated by Irene Revell, convened by Thomas Gardner, Flat Time House Gallery, London, UK, 7 December 2015.
Panelist, Listening Through an Intense Beam of Darkness, panel discussion on Seth Ayyaz’s exhibition, Listening Through an Intense Beam of Darkness, included in the project, fig-2, curated by Fatos Ustek, joined by Fatos Ustek, Seth Ayyaz, Lisa Skuret, and Erik Nystörm, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 5 December 2015.
“On Building a Voice,” Embodied Sound: Symposium and Performance, curated by Guy Harries and supported by the Centre for Performing Arts Development, University of East London, London, UK, 13 May 2015.
“Wireless Encounters: Weather calls Voices in Noises,” Voices and Noises: A Sound Studies Day organized and presented by the Audiovisualities Lab at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University, Durham, USA, 27 March 2015.
“In Transit: Electrical Walks and the Urban Noise,” Hearing Landscape Critically: Music, Place, and the Spaces of Sound, organized by the Hearing Landscape Critically network, Harvard University, Boston, USA, 14-16 January 2015.
“Lowlands: Matters of Song and Hearing of a Voice,” Voice, Memory, Song: A Symposium, in conjunction with the Residency of Ian Bostridge, 2014-2015 Humanitas Professor of Classical Music and Music Education, organized by Jason Stanyek and Laura Tunbridge, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 21 November 2014.
Sound Studies, Ecomusicology, and Post-humanism in/for/with Ethnomusicology, panelist in the roundtable session conceived by Dr. Allen Roda, Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethnomusicology, Pittsburgh, USA, 13-16 November 2014.
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