Sound Installation

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Within the realm of public art, the sound installation can be a musical equivalent of a sculpture, an aural experience designed for a space generally used for the exhibition of visual art or a site-specific work. Many sound installations have profited by applying a variety of electroacoustic techniques and technology in their creation and spatial presentation. Sound installations are normally experienced from any random starting point to any ending point as opposed to the linear autonomous artwork.


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Sound Art



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Pottier, Laurent (1999). Contrôle interactif d’une voix chantée de synthèse
Prado, Cécile Le (1991). Deux espaces sonores urbains
Rebelo, Pablo (2003). Performing Space
Rémus, Jacques (2004). La sculpture sonore, pratique artistique en recherche de définition
Rudi, Jøran (2003). {Norge - et Lydrike, Norway Remixed}: A sound installation
Rudi, Jøran (2005b). ‘From a musical point of view, the world is musical at any given moment’: an interview with Bill Fontana
Ryan, Joel, Salter, Christopher (2003). TGarden: Wearable Instruments and Augmented Physicality
SANIO, Sabine (1994). Komponieren als Experiment. Die Musik von Alvin Lucier (Composition as experiment: the music of Alvin Lucier)
Schütze, Stephan (2003). The Creation of an Audio Environment as Part of a Computer Game World: The design for {Jurassic Park - Operation Genesis} on the XBOX™ as a broad concept for surround installation creation
Schäfer, Sabine (1999). TopoPhonien
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
Shirt Trax, (2001). No More Mind Games
Souffriau, Arsène (1991). Espace-support Espace-acousmatique
Supper, Martin (1999). Technische Systeme von Klanginstallationen (Technical Systems related to Sound Installations)
Velasco, Daniel (2000). {Island Landscape}: Following in Humboldt’s Footsteps through the Acoustic Spaces of the Tropics
VIDOLIN, Alvise (2005). Percorsi sonori di un teatro immaginario. Da {Noms des airs} a {Lohengrin II} di Salvatore Sciarrino (Sonorous ways of an imaginary theatre. From {Noms des airs} to {Lohengrin II} by Salvatore Sciarrino)
Viola, Bill (2004). David Tudor: The Delicate Art of Falling
Weinberg, Gil (2005b). Voice Networks: The Human Voice as a Creative Medium for Musical Collaboration
Woolf, Sam, Yee-King, Matthew (2003). Virtual and Physical Interfaces for Collaborative Evolution of Sound
Wright, Mary, Cook, Perry (2003). {Project Arbol: Deer-B-Gone}: Journal of a guerrilla sound installation
Wynne, John (2004). Fallender Ton für 207 Lautsprecher Boxen (Falling tone for 207 loudspeaker boxes)
Young, La Monte, Zazeela, Marian (1971). La Monte Young
Young, La Monte, Zazeela, Marian (1971). {Dream House}
Zvonar, Richard (2004). A History of Spatial Music