Tag: music

Playing Mimesis: Engendering Understanding Via Experience of Social Discrimination with an Interactive Narrative Game

2014-11-02

The authors discuss their effort to raise critical awareness about microaggressive racist behavior with Mimesis, an interactive game set in an underwater environment where players become sea creatures, and where they feel the social force of microaggression regardless of the their race or ethnicity.

Critical Code Studies Week Five Opener - Algorithms are thoughts, Chainsaws are tools

2012-03-21

Stephen Ramsay introduces a short film in which he does a live reading of composer Andrew Sorensen’s performance “Strange Places” and provides commentary.

Critical Code Studies Conference- Week Five Discussion

2012-03-19

David Shepard heads off the discussion regarding Stephen Ramsay’s live reading of Andrew Sorensen’s “Strange Places.” His initial contribution is followed with posts by Amanda French, Mark Marino, Max Feinstein, Jeremy Douglass, Daren Chapin, John Bell, Jeff Nyoff, Jennifer Lieberman, and Stephen Ramsay, as well as Andrew Sorensen himself.

Wiring John Cage: Silence as a Global Sound System

1996-12-30

Sandy Baldwin on music in the new media ecology.

Above Us Only Sky: On Camus, U2, Lennon, Rock, and Rilke

2005-03-17

Tim Keane on rock’n’roll awakenings and the lyrical existentialism of U2 (St Patrick’s Day Special, 2005)

Acoustic Cyberspace

2006-12-22

Erik Davis discusses the relationship between electronic sound and environment.

Litmixer: The Literary Remediator

2001-09-01

With his software groovebox, Trace Reddell applies the tools and strategies of the DJ to the performance of literary interpretation and critical speculation.