Archives for posts tagged ‘sound’

Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits Work from Idle Resources at Tristian Koenig. “Tristian Koenig is delighted to present Idle Resources, Greatest Hits first solo exhibition with the gallery and the first exhibition of the 2014 season. Idle Resources engages with the fallout of the attention economy. It reflects on the extremes of cognitive connection and disconnection, focus and […]

Aura Satz

Aura Satz Work from her oeuvre. “The work of Aura Satz encompasses film, sound, performance and sculpture. In recent years she has made a collection of films that look closely at sound visualisation through various technologies and acoustic devices such as the Chladni plate, the Ruben’s tube, the theremin, mechanical music, phonograph grooves and drawn/optical […]

Satoru Higa

Satoru Higa Work from Capture. Capture is a sound based application created by Satoru Higa. I like how simple and beautiful is and how chaotic it can be, sonorously and visually. It works on the own desktop, making the transparent windows use whatever visual data source from the desktop by transforming it to sound. The colour and […]

Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure

Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure Work from CORPUS. “…CORPUS is a project by Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure that brings together sound, visuals and architecture. Based on the principle of vibration in resonance with the built environment, the sound system consists of speakers, vibrators and a score generated in real time incorporating pure […]

Florence To

Florence To Work from Fovea. “Working on the positioning and distance of light, sectioned on multiple reflective surfaces, the installation is focused on the idea of dark adaptation and how the contrast with light movements and illumination can heighten our senses. Sound will reflect on the repositioning of light on each reflected panel to create […]

Michael Sellam

Michael Sellam Work from his oeuvre. “From the moment that art ceases to be food that feeds the best minds, the artist can use his talents to perform all the tricks of the intellectual charlatan. Most people can today no longer expect to receive consolation and exaltation from art. The refined, the rich, the professional […]

Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson

Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson Work from Volumes for Sound. “Throughout much of our practice we have sought to give shape and physicality to the immaterial. Many of the ideas surrounding these transformations are inspired by the processes used to record, playback and encounter sounds. This project focusses on nested forms, sculptural works that […]

Ryoji Ikeda

Ryoji Ikeda Work from his exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof “Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda has conceived an exhibition for the Hamburger Bahnhof that, for the first time, compositionally unites the two symmetrical halls on the upper level of the museum’s east and west wings. The exhibition’s title db (short for decibel) refers to this symmetry while simultaneously […]

Samson Young

Samson Young Work from Signal Path II: Sinister Resonance. “Signal Path II: Sinister Resonance is a site-specific sound installation. I meditated at various locations within/around/outside of the installation site while wearing a sensor that turns my brainwaves into sound. Sensors monitor eight sets of electroencephalographic signals while I attempt to focus my attention. Each signal generates one […]

Bernhard Leitner

Bernhard Leitner Work from Soundcube. There are some other fantastic projects on his website that are well worth the visit. “Bernhard Leitner is considered a pioneer of the art form generally referred to as “sound installation.” He introduced sound to the installation space, allowing the installation space to emerge through the sound. Leitner, who actually […]