In this article, the author describes an approach to structuring sonic art as a critique of listening and as stimulus for critical reflection on listening, which was devised for the project Listening Art: Making Sonic Artworks that Critique Listening. Presented are an overview of the project’s methodology—integrating schema theory, immanent critique and heuristic research methods into the creative process—and discussion of two artworks and findings.

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