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Sound art is an artistic genre atypical at the intersection of noise music, visual arts, contemporary music and experimental. It is a visual arts field that uses the space as writing itself. The Grande exposition dâ€™art sonore is a series of exhibitions that offer artists/composers sound projection space within a time constraint: Invest in the [...]
Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music 2011 8-9 April 2011 This Festival is special in its scope and programming. An international call for works was the key mechanism for collating an archive of over 200 works from around the world. Curators from the School of Music and Sonic Arts at Queenâ€™s University Belfast were given the [...]
Art in noisE Way too often in Italy “noise” music has been linked to rock or dark genres, and, much worse, to the right-wing political fringe. However, these are mere prejudices typical of our country, still underdeveloped from an arts point of view, as every noise-musician is well aware of. In fact, major unsung artists [...]