SoundOther(s) author(s) : Kelly, Caleb, [editore]Language : EnglishLondon : Whitechapel gallery ventures limited ; Cambridge : The Mit press, 2011239 orrialde ; 21 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Documents of contemporary art (Whitechapel Gallery)ISBN : 978-0-85488-187-1 ; 978-0-262-51568-9. Analytics : Russolo, Luigi The art of noises Analytics : Cage, John The future of music : credo Analytics : Kaprow, Allan Right living Analytics : Kahn, Douglas The latest : fluxus and music Analytics : Joseph, Branden Wayne The tower and the line : toward a genealogy of minimalism Analytics : Coe, Ralph T. Breaking through the sound barrier Analytics : Delehanty, Suzanne Soundings Analytics : Lander, Dan Sound by artists Analytics : Furlong, William Sound in recent art Analytics : Gillick, Liam Some people never forget : (the use of sound in art of the early nineties) Analytics : Neuhaus, Max Sound art? Analytics : DeMarinis, Paul On sonic spaces Analytics : Mitchell, W. J. T There are no visual media Analytics : Cox, Christoph From music to sound : being as time in the sonic arts Analytics : Attali, Jacques Noise Analytics : Serres, Michel Genesis Analytics : Nitsch, Hermann The music of the O.M. Theatre Analytics : Cascone, Kim Residualism Analytics : Tone, Yasunao Parasite, noise Analytics : Virilio, Paul Silence on trial Analytics : Hegarty, Paul Noise, music Analytics : Schafer, Raymond Murray The soundscape Analytics : Lucier, Alvin Careful listening is more important than making sounds happen Analytics : Leitner, Bernhard Acoustic space Analytics : Thompson, Emily Sound, modernity and history Analytics : Shaviro, Steven Bilinda Butcher Analytics : Fontana, Bill Resoundings Analytics : Rancière, Jacques Metamorphosis of the muses Analytics : Connor, Steven Ears have walls : on hearing art Analytics : Draxler, Helmut How can we perceive soun as art? Analytics : Celant, Germano Artsound Analytics : Marclay, Christian In conversation (2000) Analytics : Graham, Dan Sound is material : conversation with Eric de Bruyn Analytics : Kelley, Mike In conversation with Carly Berwick Analytics : Acconci, Vito Words before music Analytics : Marclay, Christian In conversation (2003) Analytics : Creed, Martin Blow and suck : conversation with Jérôme Sans Analytics : Herbert, Martín Infinity's borders : Ryoji Ikeda Analytics : Duchamp, Marcel Musical sculpture Analytics : Klein, Yves On monotone symphony Analytics : Munroe, Alexandra. Spirit of yes : Yoko Ono Analytics : Nyman, Michael Nam June Paik, composer Analytics : Morris, Robert Letter to John Cage Analytics : Shiomi, Mieko On works 1961-68 Analytics : Lye, Len Happy moments Analytics : Bertoia, Harry Why is sound left outside? Analytics : Nauman, Bruce Untitled Analytics : Iles, Chrissie Cleaning the mirror : Marina Abramovic Analytics : Neuhaus, Max Listen (1966-76) Analytics : Viola, Bill Writings Analytics : Anderson, Laurie Writings Analytics : Johnson, Tom Takehisa Kosugi and Akio Suzuki : stunning by coincidence Analytics : Kubisch, Christina About my installations Analytics : Chion, Michel Video-mouth : Gary Hill Analytics : Alpers, Svetlana Rebecca Horn : Chorus of the locusts I and II (1991) Analytics : LaBelle, Brandon Other : Maryanne Amacher Analytics : Toop, David Haunted weather : music, silence and memory Analytics : Dadson, Philip Sound stories Analytics : Somaini, Antonio Catching the waves : Carsten Nicolai's Klangfiguren Analytics : Roden, Steve Active listening Analytics : Kahn, Douglas Joyce Hinterding and parasitic possibility Analytics : Kim-Cohen, Seth Doug Aitken's Sonic pavilion Analytics : Rosenberg, Angela Hearing and seeing : Karin Sander
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Bibliografia: 229-232 orrialdeetan
Artistak: Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Doug Aitken, Maryanne Amacher, Laurie Anderson, John Cage, Kim Cascone, Martin Creed, Philip Dadson, Paul DeMarinis, Bill Fontana, Kim Gordon, Dan Graham, Joyce Hintending, Rebecca Horn, Ryoji Ikeda, Mike Kelley, Christina Kubisch, Bernhard Leitner, Alvin Lucier, Len Lye, Christian Marclay, Robert Morris, Max Neuhaus, Carsten Nicolai, Hermann Nitsch, Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Luigi Russolo, Karin Sander, Mieko Shiomi, Michael Snow, Yasunao Tone, Bill Viola, Stephen Vitiello.
Testuak: Jacques Attali, Germano Celant, Michel Chion, Ralph T. Coe, Christoph Cox, Suzanne Delehanty, Helmut Draxler, William Furlong, Liam Gillick, Paul Hegarty, Chrissie Iles, Branden W. Joseph, Douglas Kahn, Allan Kaprow, Dan Lander, W.J.T. Mitchell, Michael Nyman, Jacques Rancière, Luigi Russolo, R. Murray Schafer, Michel Serres, Antonio Somaini, David Toop, Paul Virilio
The "sonic turn" in recent art reflects a wider cultural awareness that sight no longer dominates our perception and understanding of reality. This sourcebook provides, through original artists' statements and key theoretical writings, a genealogy of sonic pathways into the arts ; philosophical reflections on the meanings of noise and silence ; dialogues between art and music ; investigations of the roles of listening and acoustic space ; and a comprehensive survey of sound works by artists from the avant-garde era to the present.
Sound is one of a series documenting major themes and ideas in contemporary art.
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The ‘sonic turn’ in recent art reflects a wider cultural awareness that sight no longer dominates our perception or understanding of contemporary reality. The background buzz of myriad mechanically reproduced sounds increasingly mediates our lives. Tuning in to this incessant auditory stimulus some of our most influential artists have investigated the corporeal, cultural and political resonance.
In tandem with recent experimental music and technology, art has opened up to hitherto excluded dimensions of noise, silence and the act of listening. Artists working with sound have engaged in new forms of aesthetic encounter with the city and nature, the everyday and cultural otherness, technological effects and psychological states.
New perspectives on sound have generated a wave of scholarship in musicology, cultural studies and the social sciences. But the equally important rise of sound in the arts since 1960 has so far been sparsely documented. This volume is the first sourcebook to provide, through original critical writings and artists’ statements, a genealogy of sonic pathways into the arts; philosophical reflections on the meanings of noise and silence; dialogues between art and music; investigations of the role of listening and acoustic space; and a comprehensive survey of sound works by international artists from the avant-garde era to the present.