This article is interested in ‘voice imaging’ as a technical field through which people experience new relations between organic and inorganic forms of life. Grounded in a study of voice imaging in historical and contemporary scientific research, the article applies and expands on Bernard Stiegler’s ‘General Organology’, with an eye to understanding the voice as a dynamic capacity for volition. By exploring the scientific research into voice imaging, the article argues that the voice, as a cultural image, is an imaginary organ that transgresses the boundaries of technological, biological, physical, psychological, social and cultural frameworks.
|Number of pages||23|
|Journal||Body and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jun. 2017|
- Bernard Stiegler
- science and technology