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by Allen S. Weiss
Author: Allen S. Weiss
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (September 7, 1995)
Category: Art and workmanship
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The alienation of the self, the annihilation of the body, the fracturing, dispersal, and reconstruction of the disembodied voice: the themes of modernism.
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by. Weiss, Allen . 1953-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Music - Philosophy and aesthetics, Radio and music. Durham, : Duke University Press. Trent University Library Donation.
Allen S. Weiss is the author of several books, including The Aesthetics of Excess, Shattered Forms, Perverse Desire and the Ambiguous Icon, and Mirrors of Infinity.
Phantasmic Radio presents a new perspective on the avant-garde radio experiments of Antonin Artaud and . Allen S.
Phantasmic Radio presents a new perspective on the avant-garde radio experiments of Antonin Artaud and John Cage, and brings to light fascinating, lesser-known work by, among others, Valère Novarina, Gregory Whitehead, and Christof Migone.
Among his theoretical works are The Aesthetics of Excess (SUNY); Phantasmic Radio (Duke); Breathless: Sound Recording, Disembodiment, and the Transformation of Lyrical Nostalgia (Wesleyan); Feast and Folly: Cuisine, Intoxication, and the Poetics of the Sublime (SUNY); Varieties of Audio Mimesis: Musical Evocations of Landscape (Errant Bodies); and most recently Zen Landscapes: Perspectives on.
Allen Weiss - Phantasmatic Radio - Free download as PDF File . df), Text . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. Multiple (and contradictory) histories of radiophony Phantasmic Radio I. From Schizophrenia to Schiwphonica:Antonin Artaud's To Have Done. Hence the theme of this book, which is not primarily concerned with radio theater, bruitage (sound effects), polsie sonore (sound poetry), musique concrete (concrete music), or electroacoustic music. Rather, I wish to investigate the effects of what Marinetti termed the ''wireless imagination" in its most extreme form.