Archives for the ‘sound’ Category

David McCallum

David McCallum Work from Neighbourhoodie. McCallum also has some rather interesting pieces that deal with the intersections between culture, technology and sound.  “The Neighbourhoodie is a hooded sweatshirt that augments the experience of game playing through an electronic infrastructure mounted in the garment. Neighbourhoodie explores the hoodie as a platform; what if the garment familiar […]

Christy Matson

Christy Matson Work from Soundw(e)ave. “A number of artists have started using textiles and needlework to explore the relationship between computer culture and craft. Here on Rhizome, we’ve recently covered Ben Fino-Radin, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Cat Mazza, and Cody Trepte, among others employing “traditional media” in the service of a technological critique. Not to be left out […]

Blake Shell

Blake Shell Work from The Gloria Project. “My artistic practice stems from my interest in the influence of the Internet on my generation. The Internet is a central method of contemporary communication, reflecting humanity and all of its cultures, interests, and visions. I look to discover new aspects of humanity and to see the new […]

Finnbogi Pétursson

Radio transmition from two car ferries in Fjordane in Norway, 8 microphones on each ferry brings you live sound, fading in or out, depending on the location of the ferries.   A radio broadcast over Reykjavik during the Sequences festival 2006. The piece delivers 24hour silence, the only guaranty silence you can get in modern […]

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller Works from the The Murder of Crows. “You part two layers of thick red curtains to enter the atrium of Hamburger Bahnhof, where chairs, speakers, and a single table with a gramophone perched on it – all arranged in a circle – form The Murder of Crows, the new installation […]

Eddie Whelan

Eddie Whelan Work from his oeuvre. “There’s something -I don’t know -insouciant about these School of Athens folks. That’s one of the definite links, a kind of throw away, thrown together quality, that teases because I’d be equally unsurprised to learn that every second was laboured over mightily. (Think not though, but of course that’s […]

Oliver Laric

Oliver Laric Work from (>’.’)>=O____l_*__O=

Abe Linkoln, et al.

Abe Linkoln Work from Screenfull, Universal Acid and Disco-nnect. “A trippy pixelated skull and a playlist of warped samples greet visitors to, the collaborative blog by artists Abe Linkoln (USA) and jimpunk (France). If you like noise bands, dial-up (their browser-slowing tricks tend to frustrate navigation), or the endurance tropes of experimental work, you’ll […]