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Data Culture Generation : After Content, Process as Aesthetic

Riddell, Alistair


This paper considers the extent to which the concepts of process and data, inherent in the technology of contemporary music, are contributing to a new musical practice and aesthetic. The role of technology in musical production has cast music into data (a tangible entity, commodity or product), thus into a kind of cultural object itself in certain contexts (LPs, CDs, MP3 files). This condition, under an impetus fostered by the abundance and social dimension of music, suggests that a...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article


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