Audience, when understood according to aurally “historical” (or culturally nuanced) phenomenology, is a productive practice, an engagement in art as a process rather than the detached observation of it as an object or detached environment. R. Murray Schafer defined the soundscape as an environment, and Einstein once defined the environment as “everything that isn't me.” With sound and with theatre, as it becomes more aural, one is never sure where the line falls.

Ross Brown

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  1. that song.... it is so good you almost can't understand how good it is.