Sonic Terrain's Miguel Isaza interviewed CRiSAP researcher Salomé Voegelin about her work and writing on listening:
'I had the opportunity to have an inner conversation with Voegelin, focused on several of her ideas, specially some of her books ‘Listening to the Noise and Silence’ and ‘Sonic Possible Worlds’, which I have found very stimulating in many ways, as both are able to trigger a lot of questions and research processes not only in the theoretical side, but also in the practical process of listening, establishing new possibilities in what we can think and feel, what we listen and imagine as sound, right from the act of listening. Voegelin creates a unique invitation to dialogue, connect and contemplate that curious mystery of listening/imagining those things we call sounds: invisible, infinitely possible, constantly fluctuating, being physical and emotive, but also imaginary and silent.'
Read the article 'Listening to Inner Voices and Sonic Possible Worlds' on Sonic Terrain's website.
Dr Salomé Voegelin is a member of CRiSAP and Reader in Sound Arts at London College of Communication. Read more on Salomé's research profile.