Wissenschaftliche Arbeit bedeutet nicht zuletzt immer auch das Lesen von geschriebenen Texten. Was aber geschieht, wenn diese Texte zum Klingen gebracht werden, wenn stummes Geschriebenes hörbar gemacht wird? Was geschieht mit den Texten, was mit dem Lesen, was mit mir? Welches Verstehen, welche Anschlüsse, welches Missverstehen und welche Abbrüche werden möglich, wenn etwas Geschriebenes in gesprochene Sprache übersetzt wird?

Dieser Feed dient mir als Sammlung vorgelesener Texte. Zur Arbeit in Seminaren, an eigenen Hörstücken, und vor allem der Praxis des Vorlesens. Lesen als Interpretation des Geschriebenen im Medium von Stimme und Gehör.

EX006 Reading "How to think sonically? On the generativity of the flesh" by Holger Schulze

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EX005 Reading Chapter 1: "Unlikely Publics" by Brandon LaBelle

EX005 Reading Chapter 1: "Unlikely Publics" by Brandon LaBelle In this episode I read chapter 1: “Unlikely publics: on the edge of appearance” from the book Sonic Agency by Brandon Labelle. The book deals with the fascinating question of sonic agency – of what kind of…

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EX004 Reading "Sonic compositions" by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann

EX004 Reading "Sonic compositions" by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann In this episode I read Chapter 2: “Sonic compositions” from the book Recording culture by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann. This book can be understood as one of the most important reflections on the…

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EX003 Reading "Writing Culture - Recording Culture" by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann

EX003 Reading "Writing Culture - Recording Culture" by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann In this episode I read Chapter 1: “Writing Culture – Recording Culture” from the book Recording culture by Daniel Makagon and Mark Neumann. This book can be understood as one of the most…

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EX002 Reading "Introduction: Partial Truths" by James Clifford

EX002 Reading "Introduction: Partial Truths" by James Clifford In this episode I read James Clifford’s introduction from the famous essay collection Writing culture: the poetics and politics of ethnography  edited by James Clifford. In itself the chapter might be one of the most…

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