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En Abime: Listening, Reading, Writing ;An archival fiction Paperback – 28 Sep 2012
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At Sound and Music I've had the pleasure of commissioning Daniela's writing on a number of occasions. As an organisation that explores the wider contexts of music, listening and sound we have found her discursive and personal approach particularly suitable at a time when the celebration of biographical approaches to listening, and the emergence of a wider analysis of sound references within non-sounding art forms are on the rise. --Richard Whitelaw | Senior Producer, Sound and Music
I consider Daniela Cascella to be one of the leading theorists and explorers of an exciting new discourse growing up around the practice of listening. Her book is poetic, incisive, grounded in politics and history yet continually pushing at the edges of what we now consider to be sound. She interrogates notions of music and the shifting experience that is silence with a freshness and coherence that is inspiring. --David Toop | Author of Ocean of Sound, Haunted Weather, Sinister Resonance
About the Author
Daniela Cascella is an Italian writer based in London. For over ten years her research has been focused on sound and listening, across publications and curated projects. Her recent work explores Writing Sound in connection to landscape and memory, and fictional tropes in criticism. Daniela holds an MFA in Art Writing from Goldsmiths University of London and won the 2011 BookWorks Award for Art Writing. She has published two books in Italian, The Edge of the World and Sculptors of Sound. Before moving to London in 2009 Daniela worked in Rome as a journalist and sound art curator. She blogs at http://enabime.wordpress.com Her website is www.danielacascella.com