Category Archives: Academic

The Art of Money

Re-posted from “Considering Money Stuff” on Socializing Finance. Money is the most commonly circulating art form. At the same time, payment objects are unstable and excessive, frequently transforming their status from money to trash to art (and back again). Argentinian … Continue reading

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Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff

Hot off the press! Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff just came out on MIT Press. I have a piece on dirty dollars as art and trash included in the volume, edited by Bill Maurer and Lana Swartz, … Continue reading

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Movements, Or What Sound Does the Earth Make?

This evening at USC Visions and Voices is hosting an interdisciplinary event on seismic  waves, Autotune, and Earthquake Quartets. I heard a version of Jace Clayton‘s discussion of the surprising connection between earthquake science and the pitch correction software at … Continue reading

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David Novak on “The Dubbing of a New Era: Audiocassettes, Open Access and the Dissonances of Digital Democracy”

  I am excited for Dave Novak‘s upcoming talk May 26th at UC Davis. I will serve as the discussant for his talk, which is co-sponsored by Science and Technology Studies,  Innovating Communication in Scholarship and Center for Science and … Continue reading

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Sounding Board– A Collective Exhibition

If you happen to be in Austin, make sure to visit the exciting–and first ever–Sounding Board collective installation curated by Leonardo Cardoso. The exhibition is the first of its kind for the Society for Ethnomusicology’s annual meeting and features many … Continue reading

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Provoke! A Special Collection of Digital Sound Studies

Cross-posted on Innovating Communication in Scholarship Provoke!  published its first online collection of sonic scholarship, making scholarly communication just a little noisier. As the editors write: “Provoke! creates a home for creative-critical projects by makers, documentary artists, and sound scholars … Continue reading

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Paperphone, a Scholarly Voice Playground

Digital humanist Wendy Hsu and experimental music artist Jonathan Zorn have been hard at work on Paperphone, an audio effects processor designed for scholarly papers exploring the nexus between humanities and sound. Version 1.0 boasts 16 effect presets including Operatic, … Continue reading

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