Dariusz Brzostek PL

CESSE Conference / RADIO, ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL NOISE POLLUTION IN POLAND, 1918-1939 AND 1945–1955 / Paper with Joanna Walewska / Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń

Dariusz Brzostek is an associate professor of cultural studies at  
Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. His main research  
interests are sound studies, science & technology studies, science  
fiction, and horror studies. His current research project is concerned  
with early Polish electronic music (Polish Radio Experimental Studio),  
counterculture in Poland, Communist Era science fiction, and history  
of jazz. He published two books in Polish: ,,Literature and  
Non-Reason: The Anthropology of Horror Story” (2009) and ,,Listening  
to the Noise: Sound Studies Between Expression and Experience” (2014).  
He is also field recordist working in i.a. China, USA, Morocco, France  
and Portugal, and sound artist experimenting with concrete and  
electronic sounds.

The Sonoristic Triangle, Or, What Claude LéviStrauss Would Have Said About Sound Culture If He Had Not Talked About Cooking Instead
Polish Soundscapes