Special issue, November 2017 | Available online
“This special issue of Seismograf Journal raises fundamental questions of how, when and why sound art matters. Instead of attempting to categorise and define what sound art is or is not, this issue seeks to develop an informed understanding of the terms, ontologies and epistemologies that sound art production lives by and operates within.
Sound Art Matters is compiled of contributions from authors who attended the conference Sound Art Matters in Aarhus in June 2016″
The journal include’s Cathy Lane’s audio paper Listening And Not Listening To Voices: Interrogating the prejudicial foundations of the sound arts canon, and Kevin Logan’s audio and video paper How To (Re) Do(O) Things With Sounds: Post-human, Post-production, Post-truth (Redux).