nparadoxa vol 37 (Jan 2016) Sound?Noise!Voice!

n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal (Jan 2016) volume 37 is on the subject of sound in visual artworks by contemporary women artists.

Essays include:
Marie Thompson on ‘Creaking, Growling: feminine noisiness and vocal fry in the music of Joan La Barbara and Runhild Gammelsæter’
Sylvia Lacerte on ‘The soundscapes in Vera Frenkel’s itinerary’
Annie Goh
‘GenDyTrouble: Cyber*Feminist Computer Music’
Suzanne Herrera Li Puma
‘Not Spelling it Out: Mira Schendel’s Humor’
Vanessa Gravenor ‘Monika Weiss’ Two Laments
Irene Noy ‘A Sound Walk into Susan Hiller’s Monument (1980-81)’

Interviews by
Sarah Frost ‘Symphony, Encounter, Memory: An Interview with Gisela Weimann’
Sally Deskins ‘Multimedia collaborations: An interview with Elise Kermani and Evelin Stermitz’

9 women artists were specially invited to discuss a recent work where sound is a strong element of the work:
‘Maia Urstad on her work: Nullmeridianens tilbakekomst/ Return of the zero meridian
Tansy Spinks on Leeds! Leeds! Leeds! and
Luz María Sánchez on Vis (un)necessary force.[V. (u)NF_**]
Pamela Z on Memory Trace
Ros Bandt on Finding MEDEA
Camille Norment on ‘Lull’
Jodi Rose on her Sound Art and the Devil’s Bridge
Kaffe Matthews on ‘The moving street is an algorithm’
Katrinem on SchuhzuGehör_path of awareness‘  pp.72-77

Artist’s Pages by
Jill Scott on ‘AURALROOTS’
Annea Lockwood Jitterbug : the score’

Purchase at
£9 (Uk/Europe) or £12.50 (USA/RoW).
96 pp. of content and 40+ images.

About nparadoxa

n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal, published since 1996 online and 1998 in print website: n.paradoxa is edited by Katy Deepwell
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