Music for Airports, Playlists, and Other Rent-Seeking Platforms

Music for Airports, Playlists, and Other Rent-Seeking Platforms

Saturday 15:30 - 17:00

Music as Spectral Infrastructure

Music for Airports, Playlists, and Other Rent-Seeking Platforms discusses the consumption and production of electronic music today, and how music has become both an ecological system and a new personalized frontier for digital capital. Writer and theorist Paul Rekret and writer, editor, curator and musician Ollie Zhang consider the financial and digital infrastructures that use music as a means to curate and segment collective forms of sonic desire. What kind of spectral infrastructure can resist these systems?

Presentations and conversation with music excerpts

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