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New York Presentation

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Raheli Shepherd

on 12 May 2014

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Where in New York?
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Sound Bite
No. 2
Sound Bite
No. 1
Sound Bite
N0. 3
Harlem:
Overheard Conversations
H
Lower East Side:
Music, Sound & Rhythms
Williamsburg
Sound is inseparable from social landscape
(Smith 1994)
Sound can have political significance
(Smith 1994)
Modernity over emphasis on the visual
(Marks 2000)
Words and phrases in public spaces
Overheard conversations
Music, Sounds and Rhythms Producing Place as a Material Setting?
ADAPTING methods IN the field: bAGEL SHOP BONAZA



Linked to place
Social norms, expectations and behaviours
Cultural Cues

Smell and taste
Conversation - language, political,
Sounds, rhythm and music

too much noise, stereotyping, white ginger, tourist gaze, outsider.
Uncomfortable setting, unwelcome feelings, younger generations.
BANAL BAGELS


emotive gentrification, deconstruct representations, full picture of everyday culture
Placing yourself in a subculture never experienced before.
NEW YORKER IDENTITY
RHYTHMS OF NEW YORK
Thank you for listening!
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Informal conversations
Conversation comparison (insiders vs outsiders)
Sound and rhythm recordings
Sensory cultural performances
As found by
Cohen (1995)
Music can play a role in producing place as a material setting ; as a setting for everyday social relations, practices and interactions; and as a concept or symbol that is represented or interpreted.
Tastes/ Smells / Other Senses
Home / fAMLIARTY
bRICKELL, 2012
Multi-Sensory Exploration of
Gentrifying Harlem:
Recording sounds & music (valentine, 1995)
Tastes
diaries OF eveNTS, ROUTINES, feelings & smells
TOUCH: MENU COLLECTION
ADAPTING METHODS TO DOMINANT SENSORY STIMULI
Cultural Cues:
limitations

A Performance of Culture
innovation
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