Ornamenting Vocality. Intra-active methodology for Vocal Meaning-Making. (2018)

Elisabeth Belgrano

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This exposition departs from the silence of a non-existing voice. A voice about to touch the ears and eyes of both author and readers/listeners. A voice already sounding in the head of the author - sounding as thoughts, words, letters and sentences. A non/voice being part of a never ending development of new materialities. An onto-epistemological voice diffracted through a singer's process of making sense of a lesson from a 17th century vocal manuscript. A voice as a mattering method for the art of singing through new materialist theories, vocal and discursive narratives and somatic awareness.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsvoice, voicing, vocality, sensuous experience, aesthetics, New Materialism, Barad, Intra-action, Methododology, diffraction, french baroque, Ornamentation, singing, artistic research, Art of performance, art of singing, animer, Je-ne-sais-quoi, meaning-making, learning, Lambert Michel, narrative, performance practice, part of, performance philosophy, vocal performance philosophy
last modified16/03/2018
published inRuukku Studies in Artistic Research
portal issue9.

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