Bosch & simons. Sound Installation « Zulmahmod’s Blog. ZUL: Sonically Exposed, 2014 The Private Museum, Singapore SOUND: Lattitudes and Attitudes Curated by Bani Haykal and Joleen Loh Earl Lu Gallery, Singapore.
SONIC ENCOUNTER, BANGKOK, 2013 Silpakorn Art Centre, Bangkok, Thailand SONIC ENCOUNTER, SUZHOU, 2013Curated by Feng BoyiJinji Lake Art Museum, Suzhou, China BREATHE , 2010 Works by Zul Mahmod Presented by ION ART Curated by Ms Lindy Poh ION ART Gallery, Singapore. Works « Graham Dunning. Workshop and performance at Dear Serge, De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill-on-Sea) On Saturday 15th March I’m running a workshop and performing live at Dear Serge a free event at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea. 1pm-2pm Graham Dunning Workshop Ghost in the Machine Music: Build an abstract music making machine using scratched records, turntables and keyboards.
Then jump on the controls as a group and free the ghost in the machine with a live mixing performance. (The sounds you produce will be recorded and you’ll receive a digital copy) 2.15pm-2.45pm Graham Dunning – Performance Vinyl dissonance for lost memories: a live rhythmical collage made of squeezed record crackle, analogue synthesizer, dubplates of field recordings, dusty shellac records and clumsily triggered drum machines. Introduction. Arno Fabre - site officiel. PAUL PANHUYSEN.
Max Neuhaus. Works / Works. Jérôme Abel Webring : activités et liens. Eryck Abecassis. Boris Achour - Non-stop paysage, 2003. Oïkos Cour / Fanny Adler. Robert Adrian X - GREEN LIGHT. 100 green fluorescent lamps and a sound element (the sound of a large space full of people and the periodic passage of a squadron of jet aircraft) Media culture is what those images are that flicker past our eyes from the magic window.
Media culture is always present, always now. It is as though the TV screen was a kind of reading glass passing over an infinite field of events completely devoid of narrative sequence or time. Saâdane Afif. Klanginstallationen by Richard Aicher - Sound Installations. Sound Jewlry. Introduction This site describes a sound installation work supported by spatial sensing system with a Personal Area Network (PAN), which may be applicable for such areas as dance performances and mobile music.
The term "Sound Jewelry" was coined by Iwatake, one of the authers of this paper. The original idea is to create interactive musical objects which are worn like necklaces by people. Each of the "Sound Jewelry" then automatically generates "melody" and according to the distance between the persons wearing it the sounds of "melodies" may be changed or exchanged. On the other hand, Yamauchi, the first author, has been researching into real-time localization systems for multiple agents in a PAN. Azimuth 2007. Sound Sculpture. Liner Notes from Mousetrap Music, Innova Records CD511: It was in 1990 that I designed and constructed my first sound-sculpture, an instrument called the mousetrap, out of junk, hardware, and found objects mounted on an electro-acoustic soundboard.
The mousetrap was inspired by several antecedents, including the famous instruments of American composer Harry Partch. Most important—and proximate—was an instrument called the bug designed by Tom Nunn, a Bay Area musician and former University of California, San Diego student who continues to design fabulous instruments. I found the bug in contrabassist Bert Turetzky’s office (among other wonderful oddities, Turetzky included) and was immediately captivated, both aurally and visually. (The bug gets its name from its "antennae": two curled threaded rods.) Duo d'interventions sonores formé de Rodolphe Alexis et Valérie. Nigel Helyer and Simo Alitalo. Nigel Helyer, Australia's foremost sound artist, has been prominently involved in all SoundCulture festivals, been included in Perspectas and Sydney Biennales, and has contributed outstanding sound installations to two SoundWatch festivals.
His works link sound with architectural and environmental sites, and combine performed soundscapes with public broadcast and new media formats. Visit the Transit of Venus website and Nigel Helyer. - www. cycliq .org - Laurie Anderson. Anderson is a pioneer in electronic music and has invented several devices that she has used in her recordings and performance art shows.
In 1977, she created a tape-bow violin that uses recorded magnetic tape on the bow instead of horsehair and a magnetic tape head in the bridge. In the late 1990s, she developed a talking stick, a six-foot-long baton-like MIDI controller that can access and replicate sounds. Anderson started dating Lou Reed in 1992, and was married to him from 2008 until his death on October 27, 2013. Early life ENBA Lyon // post-diplôme art 2009/10. Auditory Tactics.