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Michel Serres

Michel Serres on Noise

I begin to fathom the sound and the fury, of the world and of history: the noise.

Noise in French means “strife” (cf. chercher noise, “kick up a fuss,” “look for a fight”); bruit is “noise” — in two senses: auditory noise (static) and noise in information theory (turbulence) [see Serres, Genesis 141]. For Serres, noise serves as the “third man” (the parasite: the unwelcome guest) in all communication. (In French, bruit parasite is static or interference.)

See Serres, Hermes 66-67:

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Double Vision, Call Out 2017

Double Vision is a series of free-form gigs showcasing the practice of DIY, experimental, sound artists and “other” musicians. The program seeks to a create platform that encourages collaboration between artists and musicians – and their communities, providing the opportunity to re-frame and recalibrate creative vision through a cross disciplinary approach.

Double Vision invites proposals from students of the University of Sydney (past/present/future) and the wider community for the 2017 series.

Performance dates will be confirmed with the artists after the call-out deadline – the gigs take place on a Saturday afternoon from 1:00 – 4:00 PM.

Please note: Successful applicants from past series will not be reconsidered and need not re-apply. New projects are welcome.

DOUBLE VISION // Call-out 2017

Sound Walks – 100 WAYS TO LISTEN


Launching on World Water Day for World Science Festival Brisbane 2017, 
the South Bank Augmented Reality Sound Walks use GPS points along the Brisbane River to trigger audio based on location and movement. These experiences explore the artistic and scientific possibilities of listening to the environment and the potential for new approaches in the conservation of global waterways.Download the free app (iOS and Android) to your mobile device and select an experience to explore over 100 aquatic soundscapes as you walk throughout South Bank anytime of the day. Your phone will act as a sonic compass and the soundscapes will play automatically when you walk into active locations. World Science Festival Brisbane features the following three sound walks:

Source: Sound Walks – 100 WAYS TO LISTEN

The Renegade Press

A Sufi holy man was asked, “What is forgiveness?” He said, “It is the fragrance that flowers give when they are crushed.”

  • One Sufi’s Saying

I have always viewed the individuals that make up our society as a collection of candles. Inside the mind of every man, woman, and child are thin strands of consciousness bound together like interwoven cotton, forming a wick. These wicks are the idiosyncratic and cultural beliefs that guide us; they are the past experiences, thoughts, and feelings that govern our realities and establish how we see the world. Although our individual philosophies, and how we choose to interpret them may vary, they are central to who we are as human beings. Continue reading The Renegade Press

All Girl Electronic Pilot (2016)

The All Girl Electronic 8-week pilot program was produced by I.C.E. in partnership with MusicNSW. The program is an answer to the call for gender and cultural diversity within the areas of electronic music production and programming, working with an all-female team of facilitators and mentors.

This video features music produced by participants of the 2016 pilot program.

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