SOBRE A SONICIDADE

Palavras-chave: Arqueologia das mídias, temporalidades midiáticas, epistemologia do som, tecnocultura audiovisual

Resumo

Neste texto, através do conceito de sonicidade, Wolfgang Ernst procura repensar o som tanto em suas propriedades estéticas, como um fenômeno temporal inscrito em certo ambiente tecnocultural, quanto em sua dimensão epistemológica, enquanto objeto de informação e conhecimento. Além de apresentar os desdobramentos teóricos de sua pesquisa sobre as expressões sonoras das mídias, Ernst demonstra como opera sua abordagem particular sobre o proeminente campo da Arqueologia das Mídias. Através do que chama de um interesse tecnomatemático sobre tais objetos, Ernst evidencia uma das principais implicações metodológicas de sua pesquisa: produzir insights a partir do interior dos agentes tecnológicos. O presente artigo trata-se da tradução parcial do primeiro capítulo de seu livro Sonic Time Machines: Explicit Sound, Sirenic Voices, and Implicit Sonicity, em que tais questões são abordadas.

Biografia do Autor

Eduardo Harry Luersen, Unisinos
Doutorando visitante no Centre for Digital Cultures (Leuphana Universtät - Bolsista Capes/Daad), Doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação (UNISINOS – Bolsista CNPq), Mestre em Comunicação Social (PUCRS – Bolsista Capes), Graduado em Artes Visuais: Bach. Design Gráfico (UFPel). É Integrante do grupo de pesquisa Audiovisualidades e Tecnocultura: Comunicação, Memória e Design (TCAv). Seus interesses de pesquisa incluem metodologias de estudos do som, arqueologia das mídias e a história cultural do design e das mídias digitais.
Wolfgang Ernst, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Desde 2003 é professor titular de Teorias das Mídias no Instituto de Musicologia e Estudos de Mídia da Humboldt Universität, em Berlim. Antes disso, dentre outras atividades, foi Professor Visitante no programa de Cultura das Mídias na Bauhaus Universität e Pesquisador Associado no Departamento de Teoria e História das Mídias nas Artes, na Academia de Artes das Mídias, em Colônia. Seu interesse de pesquisa reúne arqueologia das mídias enquanto método, tecnologias de armazenamento e transmissão cultural, estéticas e temporalidades das mídias e análise sonora a partir de uma perspectiva mídia-epistemológica.

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2019-07-19
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LUERSEN, E.; ERNST, W. SOBRE A SONICIDADE. Revista GEMInIS, v. 10, n. 1, p. 4-26, 19 jul. 2019.