In his review of Gideon Koppel's film sleep furiously published in Sight and Sound the Booker Prize-winning novelist John Banville refers to the embodied act of 'looking'. He writes: It may seem an overly simplified exhortation given the dire predicament we have got ourselves into, yet would it not make at least a good start on the road to recovery from our present soul-sickness if we were to stand back and just look?(Banville 2009: 44) This article by Gideon Koppel takes the idea further by considering the act of listening and in doing so gives some sense of how he and his collaborators evolved the soundscape for sleep furiously.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Mar 2011|
- hearing the unseen
- sound as music