Cassidy, Aaron (2014) Noise and the Voice: Exploring the thresholds of vocal transgression. In: performing voice Vokalität im Fokus angewandter Interpretationsforschung, 27th-29th November 2014, Musik-Akademie Basel, Switzerland.
Abstract

The lecture examines vocal artistic noise practice as a performed act of transgression.
It explores questions of otherness, of uniqueness and individuality, of revelation of the natural
and the performance of the unnatural, and of noise as a decentering, deterritorializing
act. Vocal noise is transgressive through its erasure of vocal uniqueness: vocal noise
largely eliminates the individual identifiability of the voice, severing the voice from the Self,
in both ‘authentic’ and ‘staged’ forms

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