A miniature history of the Walkman

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1990 Number 11

A miniature history of the Walkman
Iain Chambers, pages -

Abstract

In a kind of poetics of travel in an every-day context, Iain Chambers ponders the significance of the Sony Walkman and its impact on the contemporary sensorium as it inserts itself via headphones on the line between the inside and the outside, between public and private space, between the geometry of the city as organiser of space and the tape machine as chronometer.

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