The black cephalopodic cyborgian sound machine examines the sonic materiality of Velcro as it is situated within the ASMR and BDSM communities.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
It turns counterclockwise on a still record. It can be controlled by a smartphone to play, skip and repeat tracks, alter the volume, and even select different RPM speeds.Read More
An interactive textile map allowing to listen to selected field recordings by touching areas of the map that can sense touch.Read More
An endless and endlessly changing version of a piece of Ambient music by Brian Eno, embedded in an App and partly recorded on vinyl and CD.Read More
For this special edition Juliana Herrero worked on a series of musical objects and paintings, dealing with blue print technique and 'augmented' sound.Read More
A sound art and design product which plays the sounds from a Finnish forest, bringing audible and tactile nature closer to our daily livesRead More
Inspired by acupuncture, a traditional Chinese medicine technique based on the insertion and manipulation of needles, this sculptural instrument controls real time sound elements.Read More
Challenge our assumptions about an object. A mobile listening device, adaptable to the space which it occupies.Read More
A wireless bluetooth speaker made from concrete. The contrasts between natural, coincidental, rough concrete textures and sleek metal surfaces gives the speaker a unique look changing the usual speaker appearance.Read More
The world's first fully robotic gamelan orchestra. Re-contextualize tradition and grant artistic license to creatively re-engineer the Gamalan.Read More
An exhibition of the collection of over one hundred portable turntables belonging to Fumihito Taguchi, a record shop owner in Tokyo.Read More
David Bowie's collection contains a 1965 radiophonograph design by Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni Brionvega, which will auctioned at Sotheby's.Read More
A functional 1-bit electronic circuit board album. 'Noise Patterns' comes as a minimalist matte-black circuit board with a headphone jack in the side.Read More
Collect, record and display old musical instruments which were damaged by war. Fourteen recordings of British and German brass and wind instruments damaged in conflicts over the last centuries.Read More
'Experiment in F# Minor', is installed in the rear gallery of Luhring Augustine New York until June 11. On a large table sits a collection of bare speakers of all shapes and sizes. Light sensors are inlaid into the edge of the table and as the viewers move around the room, their shadows cause the various sound and instrumental tracks to fade up and overlap, mingle and fade down. Numerous viewers in the room create a cacophony of musical compositions that vary according to where the audience walks or how many people are in the room. When the space is empty, the table fades to silence.
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Translate weather data into sculptures and music. A series of musical scores entirely based on weather data, which are adapted by composers to musical performance. In conjunction, these scores are also translated into woven sculptural, data translations that also function as 3D musical scores. Weaving as a highly effective grid through which to interpret data in three-dimensional space and sound.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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Can a lump of iron ore become an electric coil, and transmit sound through a stone? The installation 'Skala' was made for the Palm Room in the Plant House of Bergen´s Botanical Gardens. On the path between the palms, a copper-wound iron meteorite laid in a display case of wood, glass and metal. Sound signals were transmitted into the copper wire and then set off vibrations in the stone. The slight vibrations resonated in the metal plate on which it stood, and the sound became acoustically audible. The meteorite sent low-key sounds out into the space.
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Street sound interventions to stumble across. Sounds who are left behind in public space. Transient in nature, lasting only until the battery ran out, or until someone vandalised or stole them. The MiMA in Brussels recently opened, a new museum dedicated to street art, whilst last year a new museum dedicated to electronic music was announced for Frankfurt. The emergence and formalisation of these once-marginal genres of art lead us to look at their fusion and their history. #MrUnderwood #StreetArt #SoundArt #ContemporaryArt #TechArt #ExperimentalArt #InstallationArt #MiMARead More