Temporal relationships are a decisive factor in the linear recording of sound. An installation consisting of cassette tape wound around a spherical object and a device to play its sound.Read More
Although externally illogical, their anti-releases serve as a form of provocation that attempts to force interaction on the part of the listener by implementing tangible manifestations of abstract concepts.Read More
In introduction in the sound art of Alejandro T. Acierto. His work employs the breath, the voice, and the processes that enable them as materials to reflect on themes of belonging and affinity.Read More
An overview of the Vienna-based composer, performer and sound- and installation artist.Read More
'KALEIDOSCOPE: A moment Of Grace' is Modern Art Oxford’s series of evolving exhibitions to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Part if this exhibition is a sound installation, containing approximately 4000 cassette tapes from family, friends, record stores and the Internet. Ranging from commercially sold audiobooks, popular music, independent labels, mixtapes, and home recordings, they have been cut and spliced together to create 52 reels, holding approximately 40 hours of sound and music each. These reels exist as mixes, combinations of various sounds by a number of authors that play constantly during the museum’s opening hours, corresponding to a cycle of human consistency. The work hinges on the presence of a listener yet the exhibition itself represents only a partial span of its length with the same sound never played twice.
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