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
A sensorial take on analyzing the European refugee crisis. Photography, video and sound operate simultaneously, for a little too long, causing discomfort.Read More
Earwitness Objects is a guided listening experience, which creates a possibility space for infinite sound trough the disclosure of carefully selected sound absorbing objects to the publicRead More
A description of the record rather than make the music itself. Each chapter will describe in precise detail what sounds to use.Read More
A conceptual, multi-disciplinary artist born in Kiev, Ukraine, now based in Baltimore. The cycle 'Another Syllables', contains a series of modified violins.Read More
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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An exploratory exhibition on the propagation of sound in the human body. 'On the sensations of tone' brings together three artists where sound, listening, the ear of the listener and the composer are essential elements in their work. This approach evokes the theories of Hermann Ludwig von Helmholtz (1821-1894) in his seminal work 'The physiological theory of music based on the study of auditory sensations', published in 1865 in Germany. It pays attention to the propagation of sound in the ear and researches the ear as an essential element to compose music.Read More
An overview of the best of music and sound related art at Art Cologne, the world's oldest art fair for modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st century.Read More
An audio installation consisting of nearly two hundred microphones on stands, which send out signals instead of receiving them. The energy of the recordings from a street survey, which the artist used for the installation, has been preserved, even though the sound has been transformed so much that you can only hear interference or individual words. The title has been borrowed from a song by the band Shellac which poses the question whether transmission is still possible without any listeners.
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