Fools In Print art mag publishes Jennifer’s “The Sound Of Ecstasy”

Posted on April 29, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

Jennifer offers a new article, "The Sound of Ecstasy," that talks about the erotic power of sound from a cognitive, philosophical, and artistic perspective.

The Edinburgh arts magazine Fools In Print has commissioned Jennifer to write an essay about the importance of sound in erotic film.

 

“The Sound of Ecstasy,” Jennifer’s piece, can be seen in Issue #2 “Tomfoolery” which is available at art museums in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, and selected UK arts institutions. The magazine is packages with a limited-release DVD of video art works commissioned by the magazine.

 

Special thanks to Fools In Print editor Lucy Keany for inviting us to participate.

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