Practice-Based Theory in Musical Creativity
Salomé Voegelin is an artist, writer and researcher engaged in listening as a socio-political practice. Her work and writing deal with sound, the world sound makes: its aesthetic, social and political realities that are hidden by the persuasiveness of a visual point of view. She writes essays and text-scores for performance and publication. Her latest book ‘The Political Possibility of Sound’, Bloomsbury 2018, articulates a politics that includes creativity and invention and imagines transformation and collaboration as the basis of our living together.
Voegelin’s practice engages in participatory, collective and communal approaches. She uncurates curatorial conventions through performance and convenes, with Mark Peter Wright, the regular cross-disciplinary listening and sound making event Points of Listening www.pointsoflistening.wordpress.com Since 2008 she collaborates with David Mollin (Mollin+Voegelin) in a practice that reconsiders socio-political, architectural and aesthetic actualities and sites through the possibilities of sound, things, voices and texts.
As a researcher she works at the forefront of the new knowledge economy established by sound studies and sound art, turning to the invisible and mobile dimension of art and the everyday to achieve new insights that can formulate new questions and deliver novel answers to pressing issues in ecology, health, education and in relation to social exclusion. www.salomevoegelin.net
Voegelin is a Professor of Sound at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. She is the PI (Principle Investigator) on the UK research council funded project Listening across Disciplines www.listeningacrossdisciplines.net
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