Sound Art

“Hum”: the radical forms of collective and sonic agency

For her upcoming solo exhibition at Portikus, Hajra Waheed realises an indoor, site-specific iteration of "Hum" (2020), a large-scale multi-channel musical composition and sound installation that employs the ubiquitous yet overlooked medium of humming as a means to explore radical forms of collective and sonic agency.... READ MORE...

Adversarial Feelings. Interview with Lorem

How does the algorithm interpret our irrational demeanors? Is it able to simulate our emotions and to learn the characteristics that are typical of human personality? Lorem with the project Adversarial Feelings analyses the interaction between human and machine with different expressive media: musical, textual and audiovisual. Interview by Teresa Ruffino.... READ MORE...

“Objects and Sounds”. Le immagini come tentativo di rappresentare i suoni stessi

Nel cuore del quartiere San Lorenzo di Roma, si trova il Pastificio Cerere che costituisce un importante spazio di sperimentazione per la capitale. Negli anni Settanta il Pastifico Cerere è stato trasformato da spazio industriale – fabbrica di farina e di pane che riforniva la capitale – a luogo deputato all’arte con un unico obiettivo: condividere l’ideologia del fare e dell’operare come terreno culturale nel quale discutere e incontrarsi ogni giorno. Report di Caterina Tomeo... READ MORE...

Sound Art?

The Fundació Joan Miró presents "Sound Art?", an exhibition which reassesses the notion of sound in art and considers the possibility of this category. The show, sponsored by the BBVA Foundation, is set up as a journey tracing the imprint of the sound element in twentieth-century visual arts and led by curator Arnau Horta.... READ MORE...

Digital mistakes and 3D lies. Interview with Karol Sudolski

Teresa Ruffino interviews Karol Sudolski, a young creative currently based in Milan. Together they talk about his introduction to the world of video before, and music after, both happened by accident and about the representation through a visual form of his thoughts in what he defines as the landscape of paranoia.... READ MORE...

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