Sound Art as Locative Narrative

Whittaker, Emma (2018) Sound Art as Locative Narrative. In: The Oxford Handbook of Sound Art. The Oxford Handbooks . Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN Not yet available (Submitted)

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Locative narrative is a form of mobile sound art, often heard on headphones, that sites stories in city streets, inside public buildings, in gardens and remote cliff tops. The primacy of the particular listening location differentiates locative narrative from other works, such as, soundscapes or radio drama, created for the concert hall, gallery or broadcast to undetermined settings. This chapter positions sound art as a narrative practice and enquires into the relations of sounds and things within an experiential pragmatist framing. It puts forward the metaphor of multi-stability that characterises the types of affects experienced from partaking in locative narrative and discusses strategies for how they can be evoked.

Item Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: Not yet available
Subjects: Technology > Digital Works > Apps
Technology > Digital Works
History
Music
Arts > Fine Art
Philosophy & Psychology
Science
Music > Sound Art
Music > Sound Design
Technology
Courses by Department: Academy of Innovation and Research > Research
Depositing User: Emma Whittaker
Date Deposited: 04 Apr 2019 12:24
Last Modified: 04 Apr 2019 12:24
URI: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/id/eprint/3163

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