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Rorschach Audio and the Cemetery of Sounds

Posted 7 November 2012 by | Comments (3)


Just as our ancestors perceived thunder as “Theophany” – “The Voice of God”, in much the same way, similarly anthropomorphic misperceptions of sounds of wind are probably the most primal manifestation of what is commonly perceived as the memetically archetypal sound of a ghost (the ghost of film and folklore, which drifts across rooms, clothed in transparent white sheets, moaning and wailing).

Weblink: article for /seconds by Joe Banks.


Joe Banks & Dave Tompkins talking at Liverpool Biennial, courtesy of Mercy:


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