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A Research on Sound Art


Sunday, Apr 17, 2016 - 10:18:02 pm

@ Junyuan Loo

Sound art is usually set as an installation, because they’re not really a better way to appreciate this type of artistic discipline by discipline ourselves before the medium. Just like any other art, sound art does not required to be publicly-accepted-melodious conventionally, we can find its inspiration from daily routines, places we can’t experience as we like, or places we Read more →


Sound Art - Research


Sunday, Apr 17, 2016 - 12:11:07 am

@ Joan

Tokyo City Symphony, 2013

Exact replica of the Tokyo cityscape, handcrafted (5 x 5 metres)

The Tokyo City Symphony is a project by Creative Director Tsubasa Oyagi, commissioned by Mori Building Co. Ltd. It is a website in which users can play as a virtual instrument online and create 3D projection mapping on a 1:1000 miniature model of the Tokyo cityscape. This Read more →


Sound Art Research

Fabby K

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016 - 12:20:34 am

@ Fabian Kang

Tate Museum defines sound art as “Art which uses sound both as its medium (what it is made out of) and as its subject (what it is about)”

Since the advent of the digital age, sound art has certainly evolved into an interesting medium of endless possibilities. Artists are currently able to generate visual imagery in response Read more →


Sound Art - Resonant Chaos.

Viency Lee

Sunday, Feb 14, 2016 - 07:29:41 pm

@ viency

This piece is an interactive sound installation that was in the Ludvig Museum in 2013. Placed in the centre of a dark room, the glowing sculpture entices its audience to come closer to explore its depths. The installation is triggered by the movement of the visitors, generating haunting, tinkling music. Made of clear glass, the point of the exhibit is also Read more →


NTTDocomo: Xylophone

Dan Ng

Wednesday, Feb 03, 2016 - 06:50:21 pm

@ Dan

Title: NTTDocomo: Xylophone

Name of Artist: Morihiro Harano & Kenjiro Matsuo

Description: The video is a commercial by DOCOMO for the Touch Wood SH-08C, a limited edition phone of which there are only 15,000 being made. NTT DoCoMo created the Touch Wood phone in part to help the Japanese forestry industry, which is struggling due to a drop in demand for timber. By combining Read more →


Kim Kichul Sound Looking-Rain

Zhang Longfei

Wednesday, Feb 03, 2016 - 11:51:22 am


Kim Kichul

Kichul Kim denies a typical notion of hearing the sound, and suggests a sound for seeing, which he calls ‘Sound Sculpture’ by molding the stereoscopic nature of sound into a three dimensional presence. The initial works were made in minimal and simplified forms in terms of the installation method and figuration; the pure form meets pure Read more →