Mapping the Studio (Fat Chance Matmos): Sonic Culture, Visual Arts and the Artist’s Studio

There’s a new issue of the Culture Machine Journal on “Recordings” with a paper by my colleague Jérôme Hansen whom I keep bumping into at Sound Art conferences were we both present, but I hardly ever see him on home turf at Sussex… we both presented at the “Sound, Art, Auditory Cultures” conference in Copenhagen and at conference “SoundAsArt: Blurring of the Boundaries” in Aberdeen last year. Anyway – check out his paper “Mapping the Studio (Fat Chance Matmos): Sonic Culture, Visual Arts and the Artist’s Studio”.
This special issue on “recordings” is edited by Paul Hegarty and Gary Genosko and includes the following papers:

Eugene Thacker: Pulse Demons

Greg Hainge: Vinyl is Dead, Long Live Vinyl: The Work of Recording and Mourning in the Age of Digital Reproduction

Paul Hegarty: The Hallucinatory Life of Tape

Jérôme Hansen: Mapping the Studio (Fat Chance Matmos): Sonic Culture, Visual Arts and the Artist’s Studio

Gary Genosko : 8 Track Rhapsody

Ross Harley and Andrew Murphie: Rhythms and Refrains: A Brief History of Australian Electronica

Dan Hays: Painting in the Light of Digital Reproduction

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