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Sound. Art. Music = Ramblings

Month: July, 2012

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Juan Chavarria Jr.


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New Toy…

Grundig – 1958

Tate Tanks

Lis Rhodes – Light Music

Formed from two projections facing one another on opposite screen, Light Music is Rhodes’s response to what she perceived as the lack of attention paid to women composers in European music. She composed a ‘score’ comprised of drawings that form abstract patterns of black and white lines onscreen. The drawings are printed onto the optical edge of the filmstrip. As the bands of light and dark pass through the projector they are ‘read’ as audio, creating an intense soundtrack, forming a direct, indexical relationship between the sonic and the visual. What one hears is the aural equivalent to the flickering patterns on the screens.

Tate Modern Tanks 18.07.12 – 28.10.12

Dylan Kasson

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(Dylan Kasson)
Streams feeding new Atom Eye material

Chun Kwang Young

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(Chun Kwang Young)
Streams feeding new Atom Eye material

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