Bibliography


Place: Tacita Dean & Jeremy Millar: Thames & Hudson

Restless Cities: Matthew Beaumont & Gregory Dart (eds): Verso


En Abıme: Listening, Reading, Writing, An Archival Fiction: Daniela Cascella


Wanderlust: A History of Walking: Rebecca Solnit: Verso


A Field Guide to Getting Lost: Rebecca Solnit: Canongate


The Possibility of Life's Survival on The Planet: Patrick Keiller: Tate Publishing


Edgelands: Michael Symons Roberts & Paul Farley: Vintage


New Greographies: Monica de Miranda ( PDF version avalible)

Local Worlds: (exhibition Catalogue) edited by Paula Roush and Lucia Marques

Robert Irwin (1985): Being and circumstances. Reprinted in Theories and documents of contemporary art. A sourcebook of artist's writings, edited by Kristina Stiles and Peter Selz.


Audio-Visuals


Adorno, Theodor W. & Hanns Eisler (2007): Composing for the Films. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd

Chion, Michel (1994): Audio-Vision. Columbia University Press.

Chion, Michel (1999): The Voice in Cinema. Translated by Claudia Gorbman. Columbia University Press.

Chion, Michel (2009): Film: A Sound Art. Columbia University Press.

Huiberts, Sander (2010): Captivating Sound. The Role of Audio for Immersion in Computer Games. PhD Thesis. Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU) Utrecht, The Netherlands and the University of PortsmouthPortsmouth, United Kingdom.



Music, sound, and space


Blesser, Barry & Linda-Ruth Salter (2007): Spaces speak, are you listening? Experiencing aural architecture. MIT Press.

Chion, Michel (2009): Guide To Sound Objects. Pierre Schaeffer and Musical Research. Translated by John Dack and Christine North. Available online

Kim, Suk Jun (2008): Listeners and imagination. A quaternary framework for electroacoustic music listening and acousmatic reasoning. PhD-thesis. University of Florida. Available online.

LaBelle, Brandon (2006): Background Noise. Perspectives on Sound Art. Continuum.

LaBelle, Brandon (2010): Acoustic Territories. Sound Culture & Everyday Life: Continuum.

Schafer, Murray (1992): A Sound Education. 100 Exercises in Listening and Sound-Making. Arcana Editions.

Schafer, Murray (1997): The Soundscape. Our Sonic Environment and the Tuning of the World. Destiny Books.

Smalley, Dennis (2007): Space-form and the Acousmatic Image. Organised Sound 12(1) pp. 35-58.

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