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Listening to No One Is Innocent after 13 November 2015

Abstract : This post explores the relationship between the committed rock of No One Is Innocent and the recovery process of two Bataclan survivors after 13 November 2015. It reproduce long excerpts of a text published in Volume!, accompanied by music videos and a radio-inspired electroacoustic miniature. This text analyses the connections between performing and listening to music when people are most vulnerable following a terrorist attack. The text shows how sound and music can create connections and networks of resistance when faced with the sensory experience of armed violence and its consequences.
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Contributor : Luis Velasco-Pufleau <>
Submitted on : Sunday, July 7, 2019 - 1:07:48 PM
Last modification on : Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 10:54:02 PM


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Luis Velasco-Pufleau. Listening to No One Is Innocent after 13 November 2015. 2019, ⟨hal-02176097⟩



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