4th March 2013 - 8th April 2013
- Sound art
- Theory of enunciation
- Media theory
Anette Vandsø (*1973) is a post doc fellow at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication at Aarhus University. She completed her PhD in 2010 with a dissertation titled ‘Music and Enunciation’, and in 2012 she received an elite postdoc grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project "Listening to the world", which investigates contemporary sound art, in particular its medial aspects. Vandsø teaches courses in aesthetic and cultural theory, with a focus on (inter) mediality, contemporary experimental music and sound art. Among other things she has contributed to developing a course in Intermedial Analysis. Vandsø is part of the Danish research project ‘Audiovisual Culture and the Good Sound’ (2009-2013), led by Ansa Lønstrup, and she has contributed to establishing the local research group ‘Mediality, Materiality and Aesthetic Meaning’ Vandsø writes about contemporary music and sound art for several Danish journals, such as Peripeti, Seismograf and Geiger. Latest she has been a guest editor on SoundEffects.
- I am Recording the Sound of my Speaking Voice. Enunciation in Alvin Lucier's I am sitting in a Room, in: SoundEffects 2 (2012), No.1
- Listening to the world: Sound, Media and Intermediality in Contemporary Sound Art, in: SoundEffects 1 (2011), No 1
- Det performerendes performativitet. Medie- og betydningkritik i 4'33'', in: Peripeti, 2011, pp. 157-173