On Ecocomposition

An interview with Damián Keller

  • Tate Carson Louisiana State University
Keywords: ecocomposition, ubiquitous music, installation, environmental activism

Abstract

Composer and professor Damián Keller has been researching ecologically grounded sounds, which come out of a study of ecology and the everyday environment, since the late 1980s. His work has dealt with a range of issues, including naive creativity, ubiquitous music making, and ecologically-based granular synthesis. He is interviewed here on topics of ecocomposition, everyday sound, and environmental activism.  

 

References

Capasso, A., Keller, D., & Tinajero, P. (2014). INSTALLATIONS — Capasso+Keller+Tinajero. Retrieved July 31, 2019, from https://capassokellertinajero.squarespace.com/portfolio#/inmesh
Weiser, M., & Brown, J. S. (1995). Designing Calm Technology - Karls Technology Computer Repair Blog. Retrieved July 31, 2019, from https://www.karlstechnology.com/blog/designing-calm-technology/
Published
2020-05-12