Audio

Technology

Print to Sound – “Lost” gramophone recordings converted from images

Print to Sound – “Lost” gramophone recordings converted from images

Posted April 8th, 2013

Audio, Technology

The Media Preservation at the Indiana university Bloomington found over half a million sound recordings, video recordings, and reels of film. The earliest items documented in the survey report date back to 1893. A few of those recordings are in picture form and The Media… Read More

Sound Art

Open Air – Artangel’s Sound Art on the Radio

Open Air – Artangel’s Sound Art on the Radio

Posted April 3rd, 2013

Audio, Contemporary Art, England, Podcasts, Sound Art

Based in London but working across Britain and beyond, Artangel commissions and produces exceptional projects by outstanding contemporary artists. Over the past two decades, the projects have materialised in a range of different sites and situations and in countless forms of media. Each new project… Read More

Video Art

Ryoichi Kurokawa – Berlin-Tokyo Reloaded

Ryoichi Kurokawa – Berlin-Tokyo Reloaded

Posted March 31st, 2013

Audio, Digital Art, Installations, Japan, Video Art

Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, born in 1978, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Kurokawa’s works take on multiple forms such as installation works, recordings, and concert pieces. He composes time sculptures through field recordings and digitally generated structures while architecturally reconstructing the audiovisual phenomenon. In… Read More

Videos

“unnamed soundsculpture” by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer

“unnamed soundsculpture” by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer

Posted March 17th, 2013

Audio, Dance, Video Art, Videos

“The basic idea of the project is built upon the consideration of creating a moving sculpture from the recorded motion data of a real person. For our work we asked a dancer to visualize a musical piece (Kreukeltape by Machinefabriek) as closely as possible by… Read More

Computer Art

Hackpact: Generative Art Soundmachines

Hackpact: Generative Art Soundmachines

Posted August 9th, 2012

Audio, Computer Art

define( “HACKPACT” ) = “1. Write some code each day for one month // 2. Document your work // 3. Share it” ; Showcase of 20 brief experiments (sound machines) we coded during november (MMXI). All of them explore the sound/graphic co-relation. Built with Processing… Read More

Podcasts

What do kids know about art? Only everything

What do kids know about art? Only everything

Posted August 7th, 2012

Audio, Criticism, Kids, Podcasts

MoMA Unadulterated is an unofficial audio tour created by kids. Each piece of art is analyzed by experts aged 3-10, as they share their unique, unfiltered perspective on such things as composition, the art’s deeper meaning, and why some stuff’s so weird looking. This is… Read More

Videos

Sound Installation by Zimoun and architect Hannes Zweifel

Sound Installation by Zimoun and architect Hannes Zweifel

Posted July 28th, 2012

Architecture, Audio, Installations, Switzerland, Videos

«The sound sculptures and installations of Zimoun are graceful, mechanized works of playful poetry, their structural simplicity opens like an industrial bloom to reveal a complex and intricate series of relationships, an ongoing interplay between the «artificial» and the «organic». It‘s an artistic research of… Read More

Videos

Audible Color

Audible Color

Posted July 23rd, 2012

Audio, Computer Art, Videos

audible color is an audio-visual instrument. Sound is generated based on color detected by a camera. Red, green and blue correspond with certain music notes. When the colors are mixed, the resulting secondary colors produce different notes. The size of the colors influences the volume… Read More

Videos

‘Caten’, an installation of moving strings

‘Caten’, an installation of moving strings

Posted June 29th, 2012

Audio, Installations, Videos

Kinetic sound installation by David Letellier. Created for the Saint Sauveur chapel in Caen, Caten is a levitating sculpture, determined by gravity and guiding the evolution of a sound composition. 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes, connected themselves at each end to a slowly… Read More