Sound art is an artistic discipline in which sound is utilised as a primary medium or material. Like many genres of contemporary art, sound art may be interdisciplinary in nature, or be used in hybrid forms.

In Western art, early examples include Luigi Russolo‘s Intonarumori or noise intoners (1913), and subsequent experiments by DadaistsSurrealists, the Situationist International, and in Fluxus events and other Happenings. Because of the diversity of sound art, there is often debate about whether sound art falls within the domains of visual art or experimental music, or both.[1] Other artistic lineages from which sound art emerges are conceptual artminimalismsite-specific artsound poetryelectro-acoustic musicspoken wordavant-garde poetry, sound scenography,[2] and experimental theatre.[3]

Our Consumption of Sound Art is, in Itself, a Creative Process

As our mind processes a sound to make it relevant to us, this sound may be interpreted as music [...]

2021-04-19T00:09:21+01:008 January 2021|Agora Talks, Digital Music, Glitch Art|Comments Off on Our Consumption of Sound Art is, in Itself, a Creative Process
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