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Research Review February 2017 – In Media Res

It is three years since I submitted my research proposal to the CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership.  The proposal was (and is) titled: Cyborg Music: A Future Musicotechnographic Aesthetic.  The research question it introduced was: Will current and future developments in … Continue reading

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Art Encounters Deleuze and Guattari – Simon O’Sullivan

Just before Christmas, Serendipity crossed my path, shook me by the hand and said, “Have one on me!”  I had chanced upon a tweet from someone in my Doctoral Training Partnership alerting me to a too-good-to-be-true offer from the academic … Continue reading

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The Sound of (Posthuman) Music

This is an interesting post by Claire L Evans, the Futures Editor at Motherboard. When she says, ‘How to create a score which reasonably evokes a time beyond our own?’ perhaps we need not worry.  The future arrives tomorrow anyway. She … Continue reading

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Aesthetics After Finitude

http://aestheticsafterfinitude.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/aaf-2015-call-for-papers-and-work.html This conference and exhibition address the problem of a non-, post-, trans- or inhuman aesthetics: an ‘aesthetics after finitude’ that is capable of investigating the cultural, technological and ecological demands of a rapidly dehumanising present. As well as being … Continue reading

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