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Puterbaugh, J. (1999). Sonopoietic space. Retrieved July 7, 2006, from http://www.music.prince ... n/sonopoietic_space.htm 
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BibTeX citation key: Puterbaugh1999
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Categories: General
Keywords: Autopoiesis, Space
Creators: Puterbaugh
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   "Inspired by Maturana and Varela’s concept of autopoiesis, I coined the term sonopoiesis by combining the Greek sono- (sound) and poiesis (creation, production). Sonopoietic space is the space of listening that we create through the act of listening to sound."   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Autopoiesis Space
   "We do not hear sound as simply inhabiting physical space. Instead, we construct a space through listening"   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Space
   "Just as we create and live in visually constructed spaces, we similarly create sonically constructed spaces. These spaces are customized by us for specific purposes and necessarily bear our imprint. We are coupled to our environment and change our responses to sounds as we interact with them"   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Space
   "notion of space must be defined more generally, such that “space is the domain of all possible interactions of a collection of unities (simple, or composite that interact as unities) that the properties of these unities establish by specifying its dimensions” (Maturana & Varela 1987, p.33). Unities are formed by making distinctions. And listening is simply making distinctions in sound ... These distinctions become the basis of how we record the threads of our experience, form similarities, make generalizations and build larger structures and groupings out of our experience – how we construct our sonopoietic spaces. Every time we make new distinctions we add detail and dimensions to this sonopoietic space"

Maturana, H., & Varela, F. (1987). The tree of knowledge: The biological roots of human understanding R. Paolucci, Trans. Boston: Shambhala.   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Autopoiesis Space
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