Immersive technologies, coupled with superior virtual environments, artificial intelligence algorithms, faster processors, and biometrics, are launching a new e..(read more)
Sonic Meditations were developed by Pauline Oliveros as an essential component and tool of the practice of Deep Listening.
This survival guide supplies an essential set of apps for the prefrontal cortex while making science both accessible and entertaining. It will dissolve your fea..(read more)
Toxic Atmospheres draws on the concepts of “being-in-the-breathable” (Peter Sloterdijk), “the weather” (Christina Sharpe), and “combat breathing” (F..(read more)
Value is one of those core concepts that shape society, but defies an easy definition. Here are nine alternatives to regain personal power, find inspiration, ..(read more)
A book filled with ideas, conversations, lectures, and documentation relating to commissioned installations, soundwalks, concerts and performances made for and ..(read more)
Raymond Murray Schafer coined the term soundscape, meaning our sonic environment, the ever-present array of noises with which we all live.
With this book the Dutch organisation Sonic Acts examine how art and science map and document new insights, and how the changes and transformations that occur o..(read more)
In this wide-ranging book, Frances Dyson examines the role of sound in the development of economic and ecological systems that are today in crisis. Connecting e..(read more)
Jan./Feb. 2015. Blueprint for a new World VI: Aesthetico. Is our crisis a crisis of aesthetics ? Finally, the much-awaited last issue of the Blueprint for a New..(read more)