Web project: SoundWorks: 04

Art inTechnologies 4

sound//kinetic//environmental//terrestrial//

extraterrestrial//interactive//sculpture--

found, recycled// installation//

constructed// Internet

PUBLICATION Iain Mott 2

"...Sound Mapping is a site specific public sound event to be staged in the

Sullivan's Cove district of Hobart, Tasmania. Participants take four environment

sensitive, sound producing suitcases into the district to realise a composition

which spans space as well as time..." Sound Mapping is a collaborative project by Iain Mott, Marc Raszewski, and Jim Sosnin and will be staged from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery 16 January - February, 1998.

Ed Osborn 2 3+ 4

"Sound Culture 96"

"The SoundGarden Project is a permanent public artwork that uses sound as a primary material to create an engaging environment for the visually impaired."

Didgeridoos 1

sacred and traditional instrument of the Aborigine people

Bill and Mary Buchen 1

Environmental Works Science Playgrounds & SoundParks

Bernhard Leitner

ton: raum

Nigel Helyer

Sonic Objects: Sonic Architecture

Oracle

"...The city razed by sound, but listen closely, its is not the fanfare of trumpets, but the sound of a great shout, the sound of the voice, a shockwave of human resonance, which topples architecture. We are sounding bodies, the greater part of our knowledge of sound is formed directly in relation to the sounds issuing from our own frames - principally through the voice. Vocalisation in this context may perhaps be the originary projectile..."


Christopher Janny

SOUNDSTAIR

Karel van der Eijk

The Sound Sculptures

Phil Dadson 1 2 3 and James McCarthy

WRITINGS / PVC TUBING / ASSORTED PERCUSSION STATIONS

 

 

Rene van Peer 1 2

Writing / Interviews

Robin Minard

sound installation art

 

Richard Lerman

self-built musical instruments which use piezoelectric transducers--"piezo disks"

Kazue Mizushima

STRING TELEPHONE

Don Ritter

Intersection

 

 

Paul Demarinis

The Melodic Voice Box

 

"Old gramophone records, wax cylinders and holograms are scanned with lasers to produce faint music. This is sound sculpture, a faint memory in a corner of your mind, at once familiar and distant. It is a work which contemplates music and memory, and the passage of time." ...games of light and sound are born from the curiosity inexplicably touched off by natural phenomena, and the archaeological viewpoint that links up with the most advanced electrical inventions of today.

Leif Brush WINDRIBBONING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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