Unworded sound poem

By | 1 February 2019

Drawing for unworded onscreen sound poem, 2018 | paper, graphite, ink | 29.7 x 42cm

Undoing the traditional hierarchies of sound producer (voice) and recorder (device) – similarly writer / reader, performer / listener – this parenthetical poem composed of sounds we might call noise or hum is a stuttering assemblage in the digital register. It moves attention to the listening body. Loss, eruption and interference become structural elements in a material poetics of transmission.

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