PROVOCATIVE
The Ecology of Experimental
Music Performance in Canada
The Ecology of Experimental
Music Performance in Canada

publications


This is a list of articles, book chapters, and interviews that Ellen Waterman has published from Sounds Provocative: The Ecology of Experimental Music Performance in Canada.


In Progress:

Sounds Provocative: The Ecology of Experimental Music Performance in Canada. (Book in preparation, under contract to the Music, Nature and Place series, edited by Denise Von Glahn and Sabine Feisst at Indiana University Press)


Published:

 “Improvisation and the Audibility of Difference: Safa, Canadian Multiculturalism, and the Politics of Recognition.” Sounding Bodies: Improvisation, Representation and Subjectivity. Ed. by Gillian Siddall and Ellen Waterman. Duke University Press, 2016.

“The Ecology of Musical Performance: Towards a Robust Methodology.” Co-authored with Alice Boyle. Current Directions in Ecomusicology. Ed. Aaron Allen and Kevin Dawe. Routledge, 2015.

“Reflections on Music from the New Wilderness: a dialogue between Tyler Kinnear and Ellen Waterman.” The Western Front, Echoic Chamber, 2014. http://front.bc.ca/events/refelctions-on-music-from-the-new-wilderness-a-dialogue-between-ellen-waterman-and-tyler-kinnear/

“Send and Receive: Technology, Embodiment and the Social in Sound Art.” The Art of Immersive Soundscapes. Anthology and DVD. Ed. Pauline Minevich and Ellen Waterman. University of Regina Press, 2013.

“Listening Trust: The Everyday Politics of George Lewis’s “Dream Team”.” Co-authored with Julie Dawn Smith. People Get Ready: The Future of Jazz is Now! Ed. Ajay Heble and Rob Wallace. Duke University Press, 2013.

“Naked Intimacy: Eroticism, Improvisation, and Gender.” Critical Studies in Improvisation/Etudes critique en improvisation Vol 4.2, 2008.
http://www.criticalimprov.com/article/view/845

“When it Rains: Experimental Music and The Cultural Ecology.” Essay on Gordon Monahan’s Aqueolian Harp installation of Sept 2007, commissioned by The Western Front and published in their Echoic Chamber archive, 2008.
http://front.bc.ca/events/when-it-rains-experimental-music-and-the-cultural-ecology

“I dreamed of other worlds” an Interview with Nicole Mitchell. Critical Studies in Improvisation/Etudes critique en improvisation Vol 4.1, 2008.  http://www.criticalimprov.com/article/view/510/957

“Barnyard Drama’s chansons de métissage.” Musicworks 99(2007): 25-31.

“Lori Freedman: Clarinettist Immersed in Sound.” Interview. Musicworks 94(2006): 18-23.