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Making It Heard, A History of Brazilian Sound Art

Author
edited by Rui Chaves, Fernando Iazzetta
Publisher / Label
Bloomsbury
Country
UK
Language
English
Publication year
2019
Type of publication
Book
Number of pages
278
ISBN
978-1501344435

Index

List of Figures viii
Foreword: The Clash between Body and Artwork (Ricardo Basbaum, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil) ix
Acknowledgementsxix

Introduction (Rui Chaves and Fernando Iazzetta, University of São Paulo, Brazil) 1

Part One: Abre-Alas
1. Sounds from Elsewhere: Episodes for a History of Brazilian Sound Art (Fernando Iazzetta, University of São Paulo, Brazil) 11
2. Making Oneself Heard in Public, through Art and in Sound-Based Scholarship (Rui Chaves, University of São Paulo, Brazil) 43

Part Two: Bateria
3. Music Is What I Make (Vivian Caccuri, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 71
4. Radio Art, Cassette Culture, and Networked Artistic Practices: The International Ra(u)dio Art Show (IRAS) in Recife (Yuri Bruscky, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) 95

Part Three: Barracão
5. Gambiarra’s Perspective (Giuliano Obici, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil) 115
6. Listening to the Debris: Brazilian Sound Art and the Low-Technology Economy(Andre Damião, University of São Paulo, Brazil) 133

Part Four: Avenida
7. Being in the Field: Process, Narrativity, and Discovery in the Field-Recording Work of Thelmo Cristovam and Alexandre Fenerich (Paulo Dantas, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 153
8. Other Paths to Sonic Cartographies: “Mapa Sonoro CWB” and Its Untethered Soundwalks (Thaís Aragão, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil) 167

Part Five: Batucada
9. Out of the Mainstream: Noise and Otherness in the Work of Marie Carangi, Paula Garcia, and Sofia Caesar (Lílian Campesato, University of São Paulo, Brazil) 189
10. Counter-Tradition: Toward the Black Vanguard of Contemporary Brazil (GG Albuquerque, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil) 211
11. Engaged Sonorities: Politics and Gender in the Work of Vanessa De Michelis(Tânia Mello Neiva, Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil) 220

Afterword: The Audibility of Brazilian Sound Art (Ana M. Ochoa Gautier, Columbia University, USA) 249
List of Contributors 264
Index 267