Listening to the Unhearable

5. december 2011 | Posted by | Category: events other-news

Beginning with a brief history of imaging, Don Ihde will indicate how largely 20th-21st century imaging radically differs from earlier styles and in particular now reaches beyond human perceptual limitations. Then, drawing from acoustic technologies, he will demonstrate how we may listen to the unhearable through a range of examples, including infra-and ultra-sound, animal expressions, and data-acoustic imaging of unexpected types as created by performing artists.

Monday 5 December 2011, 15.00 – 16.30, room 23.0.49 .

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