Sound artists Jason Kavanagh (Scotland) and Jaydea Lopez (Australia) celebrate the use of technology to manipulate field recordings in their collaborative release “[dis]location”. Transplanting familiar sonic features into unfamiliar contexts, Kavanagh and Lopez explore the relationship between sound, source and subject. “[dis]location” is composed using the artistsâ€™ own field recordings, made in a variety of [...]
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perspectives of acoustic city development There is no sound without space and no space without a sound. In every day life we are surrounded by the sounds of diverse nature and various origins. Language, sounds of nature and civilisation â€“ sound as a carrier of information or as a factor of disturbance permanently encircles our [...]
The project Klang Orte Berlin/Berlin Sonic Places â€“ perspectives of acoustic city development was initiated byÂ Peter Cusack in the frame of his Residency at The DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program and explores our relationship with and the importance of sound in the urban context. From June to September 2012 Berlin Sonic Spaces will illuminate the issues through [...]
Parkins, Tammen, Perraud, and Petit have each explored a broad diversity of approaches to improvisation and composition in contexts ranging from avant-jazz to chamber music to improvised electro-acoustic music, and as a group IRIS explores a rich field of instrumentation: including percussion, electronically-processed accordion, laptop electronics, cello, guitar and endangered guitar. IRIS creates a context [...]