The AH/HA Issue Party!
Wednesday, December 6, 7 to 9 pm
at the Sound Table
207 Edgewood Ave ATL
Join us for a party to celebrate our Fall issue with artist DJs, video screenings, drink specials + more.
Cash bar. No cover.
* NEW *
An Interview with Paul Holdengräber
The New York Public Library's
"Curator of Public Curiosity" on Werner Herzog, inherited trauma, and the art of the question
*NEW - PROFILE *
Lawrence Abu Hamdan:
Terrain of Auscultation
"Echo profiles," "ear witnesses,"
and audio forensics inform the practice of an artist and "private ear"
working at the intersection of sound and politics.
* NEW *
Songs for Disaster Relief
An Interview with Samson Young
Do they know it's Christmas?
Yes, they do. Charity jingles chart the rise of neoliberalism at the Hong
Kong pavilion in Venice.
*NEW - ESSAY *
Flash animation to make a frenzied bid for utopia, sex, freedom, and jazz
Waves of Disaster Remix
Erin Jane Nelson x Jason Benson
The Chorus at Dawn:
An Aesthetics of the Tweet
If a bird sings in the morning and there's no one around to record it,
did it really make a sound? If the bird is silent, do we still exist?
The sound of the heart, the sound
of "it is what it is," the sound of the
typewriter, and the sound of all the
phonemes read aloud at once
Signature Sounds, Cultural Architecture
Audio tags, album notes, and creative
agency, from Afrika Bambaataa to Zaytoven
MP3 Odyssey 2001
The year Napster shut down, iTunes
was born, and OutKast gave us "So Fresh and So Clean"
It's the sound of the elevator doors closing.
Kochi Muziris Biennale:
Forming in the pupil of an eye
Gordon Bennett: Be Polite
The International of Visionaries
Chris Robinson: Southern Lights
Marching to the Beat
An Te Liu: Transmission
Yesterday, In The Years 1886 and 2017
So I traveled a great deal...
Sidsel Meineche Hansen: OVER
VOICE = SURVIVAL
Blue in the Face
Stefan Tcherepnin: Forgetting
Paul Anthony Smith: Walls Without Borders
Erin Jane Nelson
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