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“Thanks to a variety of contributors, this issue of Organised Sound usefully articulates several definitions of sound art, principally the German Klangkunst vs the US art gallery assumption, the former focusing on the sculptural dimension and site specific, architecture related installations, while the latter deals with more aesthetic and psychological aspects.” (from a Continuo review)
With contributions by Alan Licht, Andreas Engström and Åsa Stjerna, Christoph Cox, Lílian Campesato, Joanna Demers, Dani Iosafat, Claudia Tittel, Julio d’Escriván, Gascia Ouzounian, Owen Chapman, Virginia Madsen, Georg Klein, and a reviews section.
Guest editor Jøran Rudi
Editor Leigh Landy
Publisher Cambridge University Press, April 2009