Pages #4: Voice

Pages #4: Voice
Author: Nasrin Tabatabai, Babak Afrassiabi (Eds.)
Publisher: Episode Publishers
Language: English / Farsi
Pages: 38
Size: 32.5 x 24 cm
Weight: 200 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: -
Availability: In stock
Price: €5.50
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Product Description

Pages #4, June 2005

Introduction:

Pages 4 addresses voice in some of its circumstances: in public spaces when it takes on an artificial sounding, leading you through the city – or in far away phone centres, where it is manufactured into other identities than that of its owner – or reproduced into the voice of a different self as in cyberspace – or in cinematic dubbing when it becomes an act of duplicity – or as in rumours when it moves from mouth to mouth, compensating the lacking flow of information…
Contents

Emergence of the Iranian cyberspace and the production of the “Self” in Weblogestan
Masserat Amir Ebrahimi

Guided by Voices
Paul Elliman

The Labour of the Larynx: Leveraging Performance Across Space
Raqs Media Collective

Dubbing, Doubling, and Duplicity
Hamid Naficy

From Mouth to Mouth
Annabelle Sreberny

Unwanted urban conversation
Babak Rostamian and Ashkan Sedigh