Salome Voegelin

Dr Salome Voegelin

Reader in Sound Arts, and Course Leader in MA Sound Arts; member, CRiSAP (Centre for Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice)
London College of Communication
University of the Arts London

Telephone: 020 7514 8498 / 8045


Expertise: writing about sound, sound arts, sound and ethics, relationship sound art and music, philosophy and aesthetics of sound, listening

About: Salomé Voegelin is an artist and writer concerned with the practice and philosophy of sound. She is the author of “Listening to Noise and Silence: Towards a Philosophy of Sound Art” published by Continuum Press NY, 2010, which makes ‘a powerful case for preserving the “immersive complexity” of auditory experience against a critical language, that […], is always guided by the imperatives of the visual’ (Montgomery, The Wire, August 2010). Most recently her work has been included in 'Being Honeyed – An exhibition of Sound(in)Art' at Soma Contemporary in Ireland and in SOUNDWORKS at the ICA (Institute for Contemporary Arts) in London.Voegelin’s current research focuses on the relationship between sound art and music. This research will culminate in a book “Sonic Possible Worlds: Hearing the Continuum of Sound” to be published by Continuum in 2014, which will propose and discuss the usefulness of possible worlds to theorise the relationship between sound art and music.

Languages spoken (other than English): German, French

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