Public Art

Genres and Categories [G&C]  ]

This term refers to any artistic performance or artefact that is intended for reception by and/or creative participation of the public at large, often outside of the traditional spaces, and modes, in which art is engaged with (concert hall, gallery etc.). It may take any one of a number of possible forms (performance, installation, intervention, sculpture etc.) and is not necessarily intended to be appreciated by a traditional or expert audience associated with any one form of artistic practice. Public art can be incorporated as an aspect of urban and regional planning, through the commissioning of performances and artefacts associated with the animation, energising or redevelopment of specific sites or areas.

(Source – SA)

 

See also

Accesso alla – Accessibilità della Musica Elettroacustica

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Site Specific

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Sound Art

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Installazione Sonora

 

Bibliography:

English - Español - Français - Deutch - Italiano

Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Bain, Mark (2003). The {Live Room}: Transducing resonant architectures
Bandt, Ros (2003). Taming the Wind: Aeolian sound practices in Australia
Barrett, Natasha (2002). Spatio-musical Composition Strategies
Klein, Georg (2003). From the Sound Installation to the Sound Situation: On my work transition - {berlin - junction eine klangsituation}
Paine, Garth (2003). {Reeds}: A responsive environmental installation
Rudi, Jøran (2003). {Norge - et Lydrike, Norway Remixed}: A sound installation
Schäfer, Sabine, Krebs, Joachim (2003). Sound - Time - Space - Movement: The space-soundInstallations of the artist-couple
Senn, Dan (1997). Pendulum-based Instruments, Percussive Video, Sound Art, and the Permanence of Ephemeral Public Art
Wright, Mary, Cook, Perry (2003). {Project Arbol: Deer-B-Gone}: Journal of a guerrilla sound installation

 

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