Musique et écologies du son. Propositions théoriques pour une écoute du monde

Abstract : In recent music as well as in sound art, sound has emerged as a crossroad of theoretical and practical questions. Many of these questions concern the permanent interaction of sound with what surrounds it: physical space, the environment, the audience… This interaction leads to the idea of an ecology of sound in the broad sense of the term “ecology” as a relationship between music or sound and oikos, the common home, the world. Félix Guattari designates three ecologies: environmental, social and mental. What then are the links between music or sound and the environment (or nature), society and subjectivity? More generally, what are the links between music-sound and the world? Studying these links will help us define the boundaries of a flourishing artistic field. Articles by: Roberto Barbanti, Georges Bériachvili, Marie-Hélène Bernard, François Bonnet – Gérard Pelé, Pascale Criton, Agostino Di Scipio, Frédérick Duhautpas - Makis Solomos, Ljubica Ilic, Mihu Iliescu, Aimilia Karapostoli - Nikolaos Tsinikas, Jordan Lacey, Guillaume Loizillon, Rosalía Martínez, Philippe Michel, Frans Mossberg, Peter Nelson, Jean Paul Olive, Kostas Paparrigopoulos, Carmen Pardo, Mylène Pardoen, Silvia Zambrini
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Makis Solomos, Roberto Barbanti, Guillaume Loizillon, Carmen Pardo Salgado, Kostas Paparrigopoulos. Musique et écologies du son. Propositions théoriques pour une écoute du monde . France. 2016. ⟨hal-01789703⟩



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