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Picture: Stephen Cornford „Binatone Galaxy“, Campbell Works, London, 2011© Stephen Cornford

Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art
“The exhibition ”Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art” presents for the first time the development of sound art in the 21th century at the ZKM | Media Museum and in a public space. From Futurism to Fluxus, through to Twitter sonifications, the ZKM charts the history of Sound Art during the 20th century. However, focus is placed on contemporary practices: with works from 90 artists from which approximately 30 new productions from recent years will be represented, the visitor gains insights into the unique sound cosmos of contemporary art. The sound world visualizes its own exhibition architecture, and the exhibition visitor himself becomes the generator of sounds.” (…)
“The exhibition, makes new sound perceptions not only experienceable in the museum: passers-by may encounter sounds in the three installations located in the forecourt of the ZKM and five installations in public areas around the city of Karlsruhe. In addition, a selected concert program with outstanding performative projects enriches the exhibition: LaMonte Young, Xenakis, Cage and Ryoji Ikeda are representative of the program’s broad spectrum.”
You can visit the exhibition at ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe until January 06th, 2013.For further information, please visit the ZKM website.

exploringsounds:

Picture: Stephen Cornford „Binatone Galaxy“, Campbell Works, London, 2011
© Stephen Cornford


Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art

“The exhibition ”Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art” presents for the first time the development of sound art in the 21th century at the ZKM | Media Museum and in a public space. From Futurism to Fluxus, through to Twitter sonifications, the ZKM charts the history of Sound Art during the 20th century. However, focus is placed on contemporary practices: with works from 90 artists from which approximately 30 new productions from recent years will be represented, the visitor gains insights into the unique sound cosmos of contemporary art. The sound world visualizes its own exhibition architecture, and the exhibition visitor himself becomes the generator of sounds.” (…)

“The exhibition, makes new sound perceptions not only experienceable in the museum: passers-by may encounter sounds in the three installations located in the forecourt of the ZKM and five installations in public areas around the city of Karlsruhe. In addition, a selected concert program with outstanding performative projects enriches the exhibition: LaMonte Young, Xenakis, Cage and Ryoji Ikeda are representative of the program’s broad spectrum.”

You can visit the exhibition at ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe until January 06th, 2013.
For further information, please visit the ZKM website.

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