Author Archives: Jonathan Baxter

Resonance: Philosophy for Sonic Art

On Monday 25th April between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing the sixth and final section of Peter Price’s book ‘Resonance: Philosophy for Sonic Art’, entitled Openings to New Sonic Art. “In an attempt to re-centre a … Continue reading

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A Manifesto for Performative Research

On Monday 14th March between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Brad Haseman’s A Manifesto for Performative Research. Abstract: Researchers in the arts, media and design often struggle to find serviceable methodologies within the orthodox research paradigms … Continue reading

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Laibach and the NSK

On Monday 29th February between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Simon Bell’s Laibach and the NSK: Aestheticising the East/West Nexus in Post-Totalitarian Europe. This paper reflects a study in how the Slovenian art collective the NSK (Neue Slowenische … Continue reading

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The New English Landscape

On Monday 15th February between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Jason Orton and Ken Worpole’s essay ‘The New English Landscape‘. Selected passages, with particular reference to the UK’s 1953 winter flooding, will be considered in relation to … Continue reading

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The Distribution of the Sensible

On Monday 1st February between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Jacques Rancière’s Distribution of the Sensible – The Politics Of Aesthetics. Design plays a significant role in creating material culture, and this role assumes a power position, … Continue reading

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The Art of Noises

On Monday 7th December between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Luigi Russolo’s ‘The Art of Noises’. The original manifesto is in the form of a letter from futurist painter Luigi Russolo to futurist composer Pratella from … Continue reading

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Conversational Drift

On Monday 23rd November between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Craig Adcock’s article Conversational Drift: Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. The article was written 1992 in conversation with the Harrisons – whose contributions are embedded in the … Continue reading

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