The Politics of the Musical Situation: A Response to Marina Rosenfeld
Julie Beth Napolin responds to sound artist Marina Rosenfeld, the essay modeled on a discussion between the two at The New School’s Graduate Institute of Design, Ethnography, and Social Thought. The dialogue touches on multiple works of Rosenfeld as well as the work of Ralph Lemon. It includes material from a Bomb magazine interview with Rosenfeld discussing the political terrains of listening and power as they intersect acoustic art making.
Click here for the archived site with video and audio links, or download the PDF here: Napolin Rosenfeld Politics of the Musical Situation.
From continent Issue 5.3 / 2016 “Acoustic Infrastructures“
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We are grateful to artist Kevin Beasley for including our dialogue on the “Perspectives” page for his current sound and sculpture exhibition at the Whitney Museum, “A view from the landscape,” open through March 10, 2019. The exhibition pursues the legacy of the South and the moment that cotton was King.