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
Music is present in every culture, but the degree to which it is shaped by biology remains debated. MIT researched the influence of culture.Read More
A run up to Art Basel 2016, what sound and music related art can we expect, Part II.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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An album recorded in a church where the cleaners were still at work. This includes pipe organ and vacuum cleaners.Read More
Turn 3D printed sound back into music.Read More