Listening as Activism: The "Sonic Meditations" of Pauline Oliveros
运程 邓

In the late nineteen-sixties, the composer Pauline Oliveros moved from San Francisco, where she had been a pioneer of electronic music, to San Diego, to start a university job. There, in her mid-thirties, she confronted a culture of political despair. "I was watching my television set when Robert Kennedy was assassinated," she recounted in a 1977 interview.