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Impure Thinking Practices and Clinical Acts: The Sonorous Becomings of Heidi Fast

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  • This Article Introduces The Recent Sound Works Of Heidi Fast
  • A Finnish Voice And Performance Artist
  • Fast’S Creative Practice Operates Between Art And Philosophy
  • And Articulates Several ‘Zones Of Becoming’: What Fast Designates As ‘The Clinical’
  • ‘The Virtual’ And ‘Vocal Thought-Material’
  • Using A Methodology Of Routing
  • The Article Shows How These Zones Emerge As Aesthetic
  • Ethical And Political Concerns Within Fast’S Work
  • Since 2005
  • Fast’S Sound Works Have Variously Taken Shape As Miniature Concerts
  • Social Sculptures
  • Imaginary Soundscapes And Environmental Music Performances
  • Drawing Upon The Writings Of Theorists Who Have Helped Shape Her Practice
  • This Article Argues That Fast Uses Sound And Voice To Propose An ‘Actualising Philosophy’
  • This Philosophy Actualises Virtualities (Unrealised Potentials)
  • Affecting Transformative Shifts Through Tiny Mutations In Perceptions And Behaviours
  • Design
  • Economics


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