Tuesday, November 4, 2003

"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music"

Forever entranced by combinations of space and sound, I really enjoyed reading Jill Walker share her experience with Natasha Barrett's ADSONORE biologically-inspired sound installation: "Perhaps I was hearing the actions of sonic antibodies?" Sounds lovely.

And on the topic of sound, I was reading about Résonances 2003 which took place last month in Paris...

Sound installations included:

Topologies de l'instant (n° 7) espaces concrets et espaces imaginaires se jouxtent, se heurtent, se mêlent, et se recomposent. (photos)

Bandonéon une balade musicale libre dans une allégorie urbaine composée d'éléments lumineux ... L'architecture de la ville constitue une partition que l'utilisateur interprète au gré de son parcours, de ses mouvements, de son inspiration. (photos)

Cartographie instrumentale postule qu'un instrument de musique est un territoire, que l'on peut explorer et représenter.

And I was introduced to the work of Jean-Christmas Montagné and the amazing Art Sensitif:
Historique de l'interaction sensitive
Nouvelles formes d'interactivité
Des oeuvres au coeur de la cité

Also EBOMAN's samplemadness and the super-cool skrtZz PEN.

(PS - that's an Aldous Huxley quote in the post title.)

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