Why commoning?  
  Is it a useful concept? Ie to think of soundworlds as commons; and interventions in them as kinds of commoning?     
  Maybe - 'the pond' (Sukanta Majumdar - acousticommons.net): value of partly un-noticed resources (water tank) - cp other commons eg resonating air, as the basis for sound
  (Ecological) value of un(der)-valued places, as revealed by sounds, or of sounds themselves      
 Intangible cultures / ephemeral elements of heritage (cp a space for immersion of idols; a place for making noise? fireworks, bells)      
  Unresolved territory - neither private nor public      (Stavros Stavrides)
  Contested/ negotiated spaces and resources in common (commoning)       (")
  Areas outside mainstream development narratives (Third soundscape - Gilles Clément, Leandro Pisano)    
  Soundworlds as threshold spaces (Stavrides) that offer / provoke entanglement / open interactions / encounters    
  Active engagement with transmission ecologies (Anna Friz, Tetsuo Kogawa) - extending auditoria (Jérôme Joy)    
  Becoming radio (Sophie Dyer)    
  People with antennae..! (Het Nieuwe Instituut)    
  Study (Fred Moten, Stefano Harney)    
  Trans-scalar transmission networks (Kate Donovan, Datscha Radio)    
  Planetarity (Gayatri Spivak, Jennifer Gabrys)