The intersubjectivity and intercorporeality of noise and sonic arts

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Bacon, T. J. 2022. The intersubjectivity and intercorporeality of noise and sonic arts. in: An introduction to the phenomenology of performance art: SELF/s Bristol, UK Intellect. pp. 139 - 177
Chapter titleThe intersubjectivity and intercorporeality of noise and sonic arts
AuthorsBacon, T. J.
Abstract

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This chapter reflects upon the fundierung of a lived body experienced through sonic art. It considers where the subject may begin and end. For example, the live sound emanating from the presence of a performance artist manipulated through an electronic amplification system enables the noise created to be loud enough to permeate the bodies of all present due to the extreme frequencies utilised. This ‘altering’ experience will affect the relationship between corporeal presence/s in a phenomenological flesh. This enquiry holds an awareness of gestalt and accepts that we are not exploring the singular at the cost of the whole, acknowledging the need to eidetically consider the intersubjectivity and potential intercorporeality created through sonic arts as part of the experience of a ‘complete’ lived bodily experience.

About the Book:
This book introduces the study and application of performance art through phenomenology, inviting readers to explore contemporary performance art and activate their own practices. Using queer phenomenology to unpack the importance of a multiplicity of self/s, the book teaches readers how to be academically rigorous when capturing embodied experiences. Through approachable exercises, definitions of key phenomenological terms, and interviews and insights from some of the best examples of transgressive performance art practice, the work enriches the wider scholarship of theater studies. Situated within contemporary phenomenological scholarship, the book will appeal to radical artists, educators, and practitioner-researchers.

KeywordsSonic arts; Sound art; Noise; Philosophy; Performance philosophy; Phenomenology; Queer phenomenology; Visual arts; Performance art; Art forms; Gender studies; Gender groups; Art / Performance; Drama / General; Drama / LGBTQ+; Performing arts
Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
LanguageEnglish
Page range139 - 177
Book titleAn introduction to the phenomenology of performance art: SELF/s
PublisherIntellect
Place of publicationBristol, UK
ISBN
Hardcover9781789385304
Paperback9781789389593
Publication dates
PrintJul 2022
Publication process dates
Accepted2018
Deposited05 Sep 2023
Output statusPublished
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1386/9781789385304_3
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