Geographies of silence

Authored by: Hogg Bennett

The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies

Print publication date:  November  2018
Online publication date:  October  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138854253
eBook ISBN: 9781315722191
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315722191-19

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Abstract

Bennett Hogg is a composer, improviser, and musicologist whose recent work is concerned with sound/music and place, and sound/music and nature. From 2012–14 he was PI of “Landscape Quartet”, and an AHRC-funded project focussed on participative sound art in natural environments, and in 2014 held a six-month Austrian Science Fund fellowship at Kunst Universität, Graz, working as a co-investigator on the “Emotional Improvisation” project, led by Dr Deniz Peters. His academic writing tends to come from a phenomenological orientation, but he has also drawn on psychoanalytic theories, and other hermeneutic theories. His creative practice covers a broad range of musics, from experimental environmental sound works, through electroacoustic composition, free improvisation, a more “conservative” voice in instrumental composition, and Northumbrian folk music. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Music at Newcastle University.

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