"Un/Sounding the Relational City" is the Spring 2020 conference organized by the Music Department of New York University’s Graduate School of Arts & Science. We invite participants to ask how the sonic politics of urban space and the rhetoric of soundness provide a critical vantage into the role of sound and music, real or imagined, in organizing or disorganizing urban life. The conference will feature programming in the form of traditional academic paper presentations as well as live performances and audiovisual work.
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Conference dates: February 28-29, 2020
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Conference committee: Brian Fairley, Sofy Yuditskaya, Charlie Kozey, D Baron, David Catchpole, Samuel Chan, Annie Garlid, Nir Cohen, Heather Woodson-Gammon, Michael Seltenreich, Zeke Levine, Merche Blasco
Faculty Advisor: Brigid Cohen