An overview of sound and music related art at Art Basel's fifth edition in Hong Kong features 242 premier galleries from 34 countries and territories.Read More
An exhibition of eccentric, ingenious musical sculptures and other artworks by artist-musicians Ken Butler and Ed Potokar.Read More
The Oroboro circle of music: the magic act of eating up and spitting out, breaking a musical evolution from the abstract to the concrete.Read More
Inspired by the first home entertainment system, La Victrola is a 35-foot tall interactive art piece questioning what we’ve lost in a world of extreme digital music.Read More
Koka is often regarded as a post - composer and creative designer in music, including instruments and tools for making music, performance, installation art.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
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
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
Simian Mobile Disco returned from a two-year hiatus with their video for 'Staring At All This Handle'. For the release, Jack Featherstone created a video that sees a twisted human encounter unfold in a CGI gallery filled with Memphis Group-esque artefacts.Read More
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
Neon portals and ladders of light in acoustic drums. While these works picks up on the minimalists' reduction to simple geometric structures, serial reproduction, and the use of industrially produced music instruments, it imbues these elements with social references. Alluded to great American minimal and concept artists such as Dan Flavin or Dan Graham, an integral aspect of this works is the references to recent Chilean history: the military junta of Augusto Pinochet. The light flowing through his sculptures and mirror works can be read both as a metaphor for enlightenment and as one for economic and political power wielded in democratic and totalitarian systems to regulate and control all kinds of energies, be they financial, electricity, goods, or information.
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A group of new paintings focuses on famous album covers. White mixes up both the original content as well as the meaning of these images and forces us to look and interpret them again. A large freestanding work is based on the legendary ‘White Album’ aptly titled The Beatles (2016). It is a centrepiece of the exhibition. White recreated the gatefold record as a sculpture painting five times the scale of the original, a monument to music. The recognition of their design is shared by many of us on an unspoken visceral level. Present in our visual memory, they are an expression of a period or particular time in our lives. According to #MikeNewton : “These are exercises in both loving fidelity to their widely-revered sources, and cheeky impertinence in the face of fading cultural legacies.”
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Vicky Browne is an installation artist who utilises everyday objects such as Walkmans, iPods, clothing and furniture to comment on Western systems of consumption and production. Browne often manipulates the familiar using traditional craft methods (such as knitting or weaving), and she regularly employs found or produced sound. The Sound Forest is dense with vibrations and finding your way through the foliage will leave you awed and increasingly aware of the world around you. #VickyBrowne #Firstdraft #SoundArt #SoundSculpture #ContemporaryArt #ExperimentalArt #MusicSculptureRead More
From May 3 to September 25, 2016, the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC presents two exhibitions focused on Harry Bertoia (1915–1978). Referred to collectively as 'Sonambient, these sculptures are interactive, kinetic, and audible forms consisting of bundles of metal rods that collide and set off radiant tones when agitated by wind or human touch. In his Pennsylvania barn, he recorded approximately 400 tapes, eventually producing eleven LPs with titles such as 'Phosphorescence' and 'Ocean Mysteries'.Read More
A fully analog and kinetic way of sound visualisation. The Audio Foam Cutter transforms sound into styrofoam. A hot-wire cutter mounted on a servo motor which is controlled by audio signals, allows users to real-time cut the sound input vertically into the material. The resulting cutouts can be used to assemble casting molds or they can stand alone as sound sculptures.
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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
A colourful creation, made from yarn, that represents the sounds of music in a physical form. 'Synth' is taking place in the decaying atmosphere of an abandoned Washington D.C. building. The lines of yarn let you follow along becoming connected with the piece and the more you do so, the colours blend drawing you to another world, just like music does.
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A set of sculptural audio filters through which 'Breakaway Songs' is diffused in the exhibition space. Moved by automated cranes, two hydrophones dive in motor oil. The music gets altered and distorted by the thick liquid and affected by noises from the mechanics and motors. #JulienGrossmann #SoundArt #InstallationArt #MusicSculpture #SoundSculpture #Dordtyart #ContemporaryArt #BreakawaySongs #Rocknroll #USNavy #Oil #Oiltanker #Ship #SeaRead More