Posthuman attunements: aesthetics, authority and the arts of creative listening

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Brigstocke, Julian; Noorani, Tehseen;

This introduction to the themed section on attunement explores the varied practices, politics, and aesthetics of attuning to more-than-human voices, temporalities, and material processes. What happens when we attempt to attune ourselves to forms of agency that do not po... View more
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