Manola Antonioli and Bruno Heuzé - The Power of Sound: Resonance and Refrain - Parallax, volume 18, Issue 1, 2012

Volume 18 - Issue 1 - 2012 Special Issue: resonances: deleuze & guattari

The Power of Sound: Resonance and Refrain (pg. 87-95)
Manola Antonioli has a PhD in philosophy and social sciences from the EHESS in Paris. She has organized several conferences on Deleuze and Guattari and teaches at l' Ecole de Management Audencia, l'Ecole Supélec, and Telecom & Management Sud Paris. She has published widely on continental philosophy. Among her recent works are Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari et le politique, co-ed., Paris, Éditions du Sandre, 2006, and Gilles Deleuze et Félix Guattari. Une rencontre dans l' après Mai 68, co-ed., Paris, L' Harmattan, 2009. She is a member of the editorial of Revue Chimères and Résonances de Maurice Blanchot.
Bruno Heuzé is a musician and journalist living and working in Paris. He regularly publishes works about the relationships between music and philosophy. He contributes to several reviews like ChimèresRésonance,ArtPressMusic in fluxLa Quinzaine LittéraireMouvement, and collaborates every month with Keyboardsmagazine. Among his recent publications are ‘Le sampleur, catalyseur de nouvelles géographies musicales’ inHumains non humains, La Découverte, 2011 and ‘Du devenir-insecte de l'iPodiste’ in Chimères no.73, 2010.

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