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A timely and comprehensive essay collection that examines sound in art and contemporary culture. The authors come from a wide variety of backgrounds notably communication, anthropology, art history, film studies and philosophy. With an audio CD of 15 artists' works, including Shirin Neshat and Ann Hamilton.
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Jim Drobnick is a critic, curator and Associate Professor at OCAD. He has held research affiliations at the University of Manchester and the National Gallery of Canada, and served as editor at Parachute for thirteen years. His writings on performance, sound, the senses, and postmedia artistic practices have appeared in journals such as Angelaki, High Performance, Performance Research, Public and Senses & Society. His books include Aural Cultures (2004) and The Smell Culture Reader (2006).
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Book Description YYZ Books, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0920397808