feminist frequencies

Feminist Frequencies

Feminist Frequencies addresses the question of how socio-political differences and lived experiences of gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity may be perceived to manifest in the making of sound arts and experimental musics with a specific focus upon works made by women. It is a growing body of writing that draws upon compositions, installations and artist-archives including works by Lina Džuverovic, Anne Hilde Neset, Cathy Lane, Emma Hedditch, Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether and Sonia Boyce in collaboration with Mikhail Karikis and early music consort Alamire. Feminist Frequencies considers the different ways in which the category of “woman” has been historically silenced, erased, ignored and disqualified from and misrepresented within dominant historical sound and music histories.