Environmental Sound Artists: In Their Own Words, a new publication exploring the international environmental sound art movement, features the essay Sonic Migrations: listening in-between, sensing place by Ximena Alarcón and the introduction written by Jono Gilmurray.
Environmental Sound Artists: In Their Own Words, edited by Read more.is an incisive and imaginative look at the international environmental sound art movement, which emerged in the late 1960s. The term environmental sound art is generally applied to the work of sound artists who incorporate processes in which the artist actively engages with the environment. While the field of environmental sound art is diverse and includes a variety of approaches, the art form diverges from traditional contemporary music by the conscious and strategic integration of environmental impulses and natural processes.
Published by Oxford University Press, available for pre-order in Hardback and Paperback (release date: August 25th 2016) or available now as an E book.