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Printing with Fire: Bethany Collins and Dario Robleto in Conversation with Jennifer L. Roberts

Both Bethany Collins and Dario Robleto use fire in the printing process to convey the complexities of sound as a carrier of historical memory. With lasers and flames, singes and soot, each explores the tension between loss and preservation in printed sound. Join Collins, Robleto, and Jennifer L. Roberts for a discussion of the paradoxes of ephemerality in early sound recording, the unstable links between sonic and lyric memory, and the fragile cohesion of communal sensibility in music.


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