AbstractTo demonstrate through listening the aesthetic concept and practices described in my text essay, "Vox Media: Sound, 'under language,' and 'narrative archaeology' in/as Literature" also submitted for this special issue*. Recombining / reconceptualizing sound artifacts promotes broader opportunities for conceptualizing and creating literary artifacts characterized by audibility of text, sound as text and meaning, and heightened awareness of the author's/speaker's voice(s) in the text. Tensions produced by these combinations may help foreground conceptualizations and practices regarding sound-based texts. Specifically, these combinations of technologies and performances may help challenge the past invisibility of voice in literature and promote future digital media and textuality theory and practices more rewarding than simulacra, description, or transcription. Vox Media. Sound in/as literature. From something comes something more: electronic literature as sound-based narrative composed from sound poetry, text-sound composition, and/or sound art.
*Editor's Note: Available here http://impactum-journals.uc.pt/matlit/article/view/3777/4162
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BARBER, John F.. MATLIT v.5. MATLIT: Materialities of Literature, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 1, p. 84, dec. 2017. ISSN 2182-8830. Available at: <http://impactum-journals.uc.pt/matlit/article/view/5046>. Date accessed: 20 apr. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830.
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