The Spaces Beyond: Experimenting with the Theory of Audiovisual Concrète

Rogers, Holly and Britton, Heather. 2022. The Spaces Beyond: Experimenting with the Theory of Audiovisual Concrète. [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies, 9(1), ISSN 2469-4312 [Article]

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Sonic elongation is an audiovisual process found throughout the history of experimental filmmaking: sounds that are clearly connected to a visual source within the film’s world are gradually de-familiarised through sonic manipulation. This video essay acts performatively, subjecting the written and spoken text to a similar process of elongation to highlight how meaning can unravel and reform in complex and powerful ways.

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16 October 2021Accepted
5 January 2022Published

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25 Nov 2021 15:50

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