Subject: Re: Immersive soundscapes and theory
From: Christof Migone (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 25 2004 - 21:20:12 EDT
> The book I have is "Site of Sound" edited by Brandon
> LaBelle and Steve Roden. I'm sure a google search
> would turn up others.
"Site of Sound" was published by Errant Bodies Press and they also recently
published "Surface Tension: Problematics of Site" and "Brandon LaBelle -
Site Specific Sound" both of which might have some relevant material.
Janek Schaefer is at http://www.audiOh.com/
for general immersive practices (without or without sound) also check out
- Don Ritter http://www.aesthetic-machinery.com/
- Santiago Sierra http://www.santiagosierra.com/ [site doesn't always seem
to be online]
- Jame Turrell
- installation art in general: Ann Hamilton, some Louise Bourgeois, Bruce
Nauman, Christian Boltanski, Yayoi Kusama, ...
hope this helps,
> Also, there is a sort of link-webpage by a guy named
> Janek with lots of links to sound-installation type
> sites and artists (Lucier, Schaefer) etc.
> Good luck, and please let me know how your research
> comes as this is an area of personal interest to me as
> --- andrea cornell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hello to all the peoples of the list!
>> I am in need of some aid....
>> I wish to locate theoretical texts that discuss
>> of immerse sonic environments, or more broadly,
>> immerse artistic practices/experiments. As I am
>> mock-curaing an art exhibit that revolves around
>> immerse sonic environments, some of which are
>> interactive, and I need a theoretical or historical
>> foundation for my critical analysis of these works
>> that i am mock-curating.
>> thanks for anything
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