Encasing a whole drum set and broken guitar into an instrument case extended to such a size that it nullifies its usability.Read More
'Sounding' derives from the book Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, and is an evocation of the bygone crafts of sailing and whaling and the struggles of men at sea, and also from its powerful and ever-relevant dissection of monomania.Read More
The Land Harps project revolves around sculptures that enable the landscape to create sound compositions, resulting in a contemplation within the constant flux of landscape, a study of its pacing and intervals.
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
By approaching and touching the objects, they respond with magnified and designed electronic sounds. In each work a ceramic object is combined with another kind of material.
The metal sound sculptures acknowledges how our limited temporal sensibilities are challenged by the imbrication of the geologic time of minerals, the historical time of extractive industries, and the immediate urgency of sane and equitable responses to rapid ecological change.Read More
On a journey to explore the integration of these meditative sounds with lifestyle, the artist is producing a growing collection of sculptures for others to develop their own unique sound rituals.Read More
The pop-up book that sighs 12 times deeply when you touch it, is the first prototype of an upcoming series of responsive book-paper-instruments.Read More
Interwoven ceramics to move, hear and see. The work is made out of rings of clay, creating a new shape every time it is been put down.
A mechanical requiem for those who take care of others. A medical machine for automatic pulmonary ventilation plays the organ.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
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
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
A sound ecosystem that explores the realm of nature and artificial; an interplay between nature and machine, human intervention and artifices.Read More
A relief audio sculpture in dialogue with architecture. Loris Cecchini liquifies the walls of art galleries by turning them into pools of undulating waves caused by sound.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
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 range of experimental sculptural instruments, and autonomous sound art devices that require unusual kinetic movements to be playedRead More