12th September 17:00–20:00, Elektronmusikstudion EMS. The lecture is free and held in English.
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How can class, race, gender and sexuality be expressed through sound technologies? This question has motivated and transformed Yvette Janine Jackson’s
creative practice and research.

In this talk Yvette will explore how electroacoustic music can be used to express identity outlining the history and development of this practice based research
and presenting excerpts of her fixed media pieces.
 
Yvette Janine Jackson is a composer of electroacoustic, chamber, and orchestral musics for concert, theatre, and installation blending various forms into her
own aesthetic of narrative soundscape composition, radio opera, and improvisation. Her works often draw from history to examine relevant social issues.
 
This lecture is a collaboration between Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts (SADA) and EMS as part of the independent course Feminist Perspectives in Sonic Arts.

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