Interference is a peer reviewed journal supported by Trinity College Dublin and The University of Ulster's Arts and Humanities Research Institute. It is an open access forum on the role of sound in cultural practices, providing a trans-disciplinary platform for the presentation of research and practice in areas such as acoustic ecology, sensory anthropology, sonic arts, musicology, technology studies and philosophy. The journal seeks to balance its content between scholarly writing, accounts of creative practice, and an active engagement with current research topics in audio culture.
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Issue 5 Photo Credit
Jesse Seay; Knitted VU Meter; 2014; Image courtesy of the artist.