Sound As Art Material and Art Form

By: michaeltan |

Julianne Swartz, How deep is your, 2003. site-specific installation with sound Image source: http://whitney.org/Events/SoundAccumulation

Julianne Swartz, How deep is your, 2003. site-specific installation with sound
Image source: http://whitney.org/Events/SoundAccumulation

Hi Guys,

Following our visit to the exhibition at SAM, I thought the following links might be of interest and useful to extend our understanding about sound as material and artform in addition to Zulkiflee’s sound work. Hope this also expand your awarness of sound as an expanded narrative and the interaction between body, sound, movement and place.

Although sound is usually seen as a supporting element in┬ámoving images, to accentuate or stir emotions, artists have also explored how “narratives” might be conveyed through sound. Hope you will find the links interesting.

On Sound Art

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/eventseries/listen-sonic-trails-children-and-families/sound-art

http://www.artnews.com/2013/11/14/now-hear-this-sound-art-has-arrived/

 

More Examples of Sound Art

http://www.everydaylistening.com

http://wearefrukt.com/source/art-sound-5-innovative-music-installations

http://flavorwire.com/386141/10-beautiful-nature-inspired-sound-installations-that-soothe

http://cardiffmiller.com/artworks/inst/index.html

 

Further Research

Use some of the following key words: Sound art, Sonic Art, Sound installation, to find artists working with sound.

Create an entry to introduce a piece of sound art.

Briefly introduce the name of the artist, title of work and interest of the artist

Create a sub-category “sound art” under “research” and post your entry

 

 

 

 

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