Salomé Voegelin on silent agency, auditory imagination and the listening avatar


Interesting article by Salomé Voegelin at four by three magazine, featuring some reflections about the agency of oneself and others in silence, the contemporary processes happening on listening and aspects of auditory imagination, addressing interesting issues and also pointing to some writings of her books.

“Can we access the plurality of our contemporary world through silence? And to what do the limits of our sonic imagination attest to? Artist and writer Salomé Voegelin re-listens to the body in silence, so as to grant a new agency, whereby she repositions the relationship between the self and others at the edge of the aesthetic and political.”

Full article