Research
Encounter

On a Book #3

Coexisting in music: an encounter centered on the book “Une Pluralité Audible? Mondes de musique en contact”, a collective volume co-directed by Talia Bachir-Loopuyt and Anne Damon-Guillot (Presses universitaires François-Rabelais, 2019).
Fri 14 May 2021,
5:30 p.m.- 7 p.m.
Ircam
salle Stravinsky

Limited seats available

Free entry

What can sound teach us about "living together"? The book edited by Talia Bachir-Loopuyt and Anne Damon-Guillot brings together the contributions of eleven authors from very diverse disciplinary backgrounds. Based on field and archival investigations, and through the analysis of musical, cinematographic and theatrical works, their contributions question the question of understanding in all senses of the term: from the perception of music or the "noises" of others to their understanding, and from social understanding to the fact of "making oneself heard" (or not) in urban space and on artistic stages.

Session led by Fanny Gribenski (CNRS-STMS) 
Guests Talia Bachir-Loopuyt, Anne Damon-Guillot, Anaïs Fléchet