who could resist the invitation of those dainty headphones?
today
1. aim
2. introduction
3. background: theory
            : influences
            : previous research
4. themes
5. me...
why sound in the public space?
why headphones?

docklands sound project
drink+think panel on sound in public space
ideas o...
previous research: the public space has a soundtrack now
photographer: sarah barber
photographer: effie merson
photographers:
billiejeanisnotmylover.com
photographers: billiejeanisnotmylover.com
“the technology of the radio and the headphones
enables users to prioritize their experience
socially”

personal stereos a...
“for someone listening to a complex sound
ambience, the synecdoche effect is the ability to
valorize one specific element t...
“Walkman users can aestheticize both the
mundane everyday of the city streets and the
faraway spaces they visit with their...
“all music, however individual it may be in
stylistic terms, possesses an inalienable
collective substance: every sound sa...
key themes

1.   behaviour
2.   objects
3.   language (code and system)
4.   space
inter/cross/trans-disciplinary projects:

1.   Not-listening Listening
2.   Listening to the City
3.   Emergency Dance Zon...
Not-listening Listening, West Space. August 14, 2009.
future research:
85 Decibels, Baby (LTC III)
headphones as adornment
acoustic privacy in the workplace
soundproofing the ci...
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?
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presentation of masters research into sound in the public space, by Lauren Brown.

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  • Who Could Resist The Invitation of Those Dainty Headphones?

    1. 1. who could resist the invitation of those dainty headphones?
    2. 2. today 1. aim 2. introduction 3. background: theory : influences : previous research 4. themes 5. methods and projects 6. conclusions/outcome 7. the future.
    3. 3. why sound in the public space? why headphones? docklands sound project drink+think panel on sound in public space ideas on measurement, public/private realm and fashion.
    4. 4. previous research: the public space has a soundtrack now
    5. 5. photographer: sarah barber
    6. 6. photographer: effie merson
    7. 7. photographers: billiejeanisnotmylover.com
    8. 8. photographers: billiejeanisnotmylover.com
    9. 9. “the technology of the radio and the headphones enables users to prioritize their experience socially” personal stereos and the reconfiguration of representational space, michael bull
    10. 10. “for someone listening to a complex sound ambience, the synecdoche effect is the ability to valorize one specific element through selection” sonic experience, a guide to everyday sounds, jean-françois augoyard & henry torgue
    11. 11. “Walkman users can aestheticize both the mundane everyday of the city streets and the faraway spaces they visit with their Walkman sounds.” sound, proximity and distance in western experience: the case of odysseus’ walkman, michael bull
    12. 12. “all music, however individual it may be in stylistic terms, possesses an inalienable collective substance: every sound says ‘we’ ” sound figures, theodore adorno
    13. 13. key themes 1. behaviour 2. objects 3. language (code and system) 4. space
    14. 14. inter/cross/trans-disciplinary projects: 1. Not-listening Listening 2. Listening to the City 3. Emergency Dance Zone 4. Cone of Silence I: First Site 5. Cone of Silence II: Electrofringe
    15. 15. Not-listening Listening, West Space. August 14, 2009.
    16. 16. future research: 85 Decibels, Baby (LTC III) headphones as adornment acoustic privacy in the workplace soundproofing the city 4’33” reprise
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