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Noise Thinks the Anthropocene: An Experiment in Noise Poetics
In an increasingly technologized and connected world, it seems as if noise must be increasing. Noise, however, is a complicated term with a complicated history. Noise can be traced through structures of power, theories of knowledge, communication, and scientific practice, as well as through questions of art, sound, and music. Thus, rather than assume that it must be increasing, this work has focused on better understanding the various ways that noise is defined, what that noise can do, and how we can use noise as a strategically political tactic. Noise Thinks the Anthropocene is a textual experiment in noise poetics that uses the growing body of research into noise as source material. With a PhD in Texts & Technology from the University of Central Florida, Aaron Zwintscher haunts the margins of New York City as an adjunct professor. As a (post)noisician/glitch artist, he puts his multimedia remix(ed) theories to work.
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