In the field of gender studies, we often observe processes of silencing and erasure. One area where this can be found is women's sound production: It has always existed but has often been rendered invisible. Observing how strategies are constructed to change this situation led me to seek the voices of the moment, looking at networks where I myself am present as a participant and collaborator to understand the processes of strengthening and making visible the production of women. Listening is therefore an important element. I adopt the perspective of deep listening , an active experience where a person…
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