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03 Sonic Continuum

Sofia Lemos
Sonic Continuum (Mar 2020 – Nov 2021) traces practices of world-making through sound, both as a force that constitutes the world and a medium for producing knowledge about it.
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02 Critical Pedagogies

Carolina Rito et al.
Critical Pedagogies (June 2019 – July 2020) investigates the capacities of education to rehearse new forums for critical thinking beyond the pedagogical imperative.
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01 On Translations

Carolina Rito
On Translations (February 2018 - March 2020) explores the cultural and political contradictions that arise in processes of translation - in language and beyond. These questions derive from an understanding that translation encompasses processes of erasure in colonial language and epistemologies. At the same time, it offers a liminal space marked by mistranslation, confusion, and hesitance. On Translations aims to explore the potential capacities of translation to be a 'site of inhabitation' rather than a transitional space between the original and the translated text.
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Sonic Continuum

Special Issue

Acousmatic Paranoia is attuned to the ways in which resonant frequencies can modulate psychological, physiological and architectural spaces of conflict. From high frequency crowd control systems and directional ultrasound technology to military research in hypersonicity and other uses of the inaudible, acousmatic sound evades our perception and evolves toward increasingly pervasive forms of control. Expanding on the artistic practice of Sung Tieu (b. 1987, Vietnam), the series explores the sonic mobilisation of bodies in conflict scenarios, auditory governance and the psychoacoustic dimensions of fear, featuring contributions by AUDINT members Steve Goodman (Kode9), Toby Heys and Eleni Ikon.