How can we use the concept of sound as an index of change methodologically for the documentation and preservation of local acoustic histories and transformations?
|dc.subject||What sort of knowledge can be produced when we engage with multi-sensory networks? What methods would one use within the field to tap into more-than human elements of people and place, tangible and intangible aspects of history, landscape and culture. This thesis explores acoustic networks as epistemological systems that can provide insight into transformations and the catalysts that have contributed to change, focusing on methodological expansion, story telling, and sustainable preservation.|
|dc.title||How can we use the concept of sound as an index of change methodologically for the documentation and preservation of local acoustic histories and transformations?|
|dc.subject.courseuu||Arts and Society|