Respostas impulsivas do cidadão

Espaços de protesto na cidade e câmaras de eco

  • Elsa Lankford Towson University
Palavras-chave: Câmaras de eco, Resposta impulsiva, Espacialização, Paisagem sonora de protesto, Política e som

Resumo

Câmaras de eco são tanto espaços onde os sons refletem até perderem seus limites claros como maneiras pelas quais os cidadãos perdem a perspectiva, até que apenas um ponto de vista é refletido de volta. Câmaras de eco e seus equivalentes têm sido usadas em música há décadas. Em nossos meios de comunicação de massa e mídias sociais, câmaras de eco só recentemente têm ocupado as manchetes, particularmente no que antecedeu e sucedeu a eleição presidencial de 2016 nos Estados Unidos. Essas câmaras de eco físicas e culturais podem ser apreendidas e estudadas, mas e quanto aquelas câmaras de eco encontradas nas paisagens sonoras das ruas das cidades? O processo e criação da Biblioteca de Respostas Impulsivas do Cidadão tem conectado as câmaras de eco da política, democracia, mídias e das ruas da capital estadunidense. Trata-se de uma coleção de arquivos de respostas impulsivas criadas a partir de gravações dos protestos em Washington, D. C. Essa resultante tangível, apesar de conceitual, emergiu da história dos efeitos sônicos espaciais, urbanos e paisagens sonoras democráticas.

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Biografia do Autor

Elsa Lankford, Towson University

Elsa Lankford is an Associate Professor who teaches audio production and post-production classes in the EMF department. In addition to teaching and developing EMF and interdisciplinary classes, Elsa advises EMF students and am the faculty advisor of the Towson Audio Production Society (TAPS), the audio club which meets weekly. Elsa is the co-founder and chair for the WAMM Festival (Women And Minority in Media Festival) celebrating diversity in media production which is entering its 6th year. Elsa is an interdisciplinary artist who works in multiple media - sound, music, photography, and writing interested urban issues, particularly Baltimore City. Elsa has written published articles on urban soundscapes, created audio documentaries on urban concerns, such as the Highway to Nowhere in West Baltimore, and have mixed and composed music for films and documentaries. Elsa is currently working on writing and pre-production of her own music to be completed in Spring 2014.

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Publicado
2020-07-09
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Lankford, E. (2020). Respostas impulsivas do cidadão. Revista Música, 20(1), 433-452. https://doi.org/10.11606/rm.v20i1.172157