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SOUND ART EXHIBITIONS TIMELINE, 1964-2004


HISTORIQUE DES EXPOSITIONS D’ART SONORE, 1964-2004

(Jérôme Joy)




[A new SAET version is in progress with the collaboration of Thom Holmes : SAET]



This timeline of sound art exhibitions was written in order to obtain a historical scope of the development of the sound art practices into the contexts of contemporary art and artistic shows in general[1]. The main criteria used for selection was a collective public presentation of sound and musical works (which overlap the concert framework such as installations, performances, etc., ie sound and music events which use another public configuration than the presentation on a stage, and which haven't a beginning nor an end) under a topic, a theme or a specific question and problem expressed by the title of the event. The hypothesis developed while probing this timeline would point out that, public forms of the « Music of Sounds »[2] are explored by artists and public organizations beyond the principle of genre (art, music). At the same time, it's interesting to distinguish approaches issued from contemporary art and more and more based on the "images of sound" (or it's iconography, postures and icons, and more generally, sound & music culture) than physical and articulation properties of organisations of sounds. Nevertheless through this timeline it's important to show that for most of such events before the 90's we can find origins in experimental music, sound performance (such as sound poetry for instance) and extensions of sculpture, and the intentions to explore intangibility, expanses & space, and experiences with environments, machines and systems[3] . This permits to signify a certain unabashed[4] approach and practice that are present into public events and shows along the first decennies, more than the recent ones. These hypothesis still remain to be explored.


Cet historique des expositions d'art sonore provient de différentes études qui ont permis d'obtenir un panorama des pratiques sonores dans le contexte de l'art contemporain et des présentations artistiques en général[5]. Le principal critère de sélection était la présentation collective d'œuvres sonores et/ou musicales (c'est-à-dire qui dépassent le cadre traditionnel du concert, comme par exemple les installations, les performances, etc. et tout événement sonore et musical qui se présente dans une configuration publique autre que la scène, et qui propose une dimension sans début ni fin), annoncée sous une thématique, ou une question et problématique spécifiques exprimées par le titre de l'événement lui-même. L'hypothèse proposée au travers de l'établissement de cet historique voudrait faire ressortir la spécificité des formes publiques de ce que nous pouvons appeler la « Musique des Sons »[6] qui sont explorées par les artistes et les structures artistiques au-delà de la distinction de genres (art, musique). Parallèlement, il est intéressant de distinguer les approches issues de l'art contemporain et qui sont de plus en plus fondées sur les "images des sons" (ou leur iconographie, les postures et les icônes qui y sont liées, et de manière plus générale, la culture sonore et musicale qui les fondent ou qui les prolongent), plutôt que sur les propriétés et qualités physiques et d'articulation de l'organisation des sons. Néanmoins, au travers de cet historique, il est important de noter que la plupart de ces événements et expositions avant les années 90, trouvent leurs origines dans la musique expérimentale, la performance sonore (comme la poésie sonore par exemple) et dans le dépassement de la sculpture, tout autant que dans les intentions d'explorer l'incorporéalité et l'immatérialité (ce qui ne veut pas dire que l'expérience physique et de la perception sont absentes), les étendues et les espaces, ainsi que l'expérience des environnements, des machines et des dispositifs[7]. Ceci peut démontrer une certaine "décomplexion" présente dans ces propositions d'exposition durant les premières décennies ; ce qui serait moins probant dans les manifestations plus récentes. Ces hypothèses restent à être explorées.
L'arrêt de cet historique en 2004 correspond au lancement de cette étude[8], à la même date donc, dans le cadre du montage du postdiplôme / laboratoire de recherche Locus Sonus.



This study is in progress, so the description of the entries will be evolving month after month. If you've got information concerning some uncompleted event description or in order to complete some of them, thanks for contacting me (joy(at)thing.net). Any comment is welcome.

Cette étude est en cours ; la description complète des entrées évoluera au fil des mois. Si vous avez des compléments ou des corrections à apporter sur certaines entrées, merci de me contacter (joy(at)thing.net).






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Compatible/Téléchargeable (Compatible/Downloadable) - Concours Richard Kongrosian - Disklavier solo concert
...................... - Description : Festival d'Automne, Arts Plastiques : Des Oeuvres dans la ville II (Works into the town II), Cité de la Musique, CNSM Paris, salle Maurice Fleuret
In order to launch this first version of the "International Contest of Composition for Electro-mechanical Piano" the following events have been organized, a concert for Disklavier solo - for the first time in France -, a website allowing to downloads Disklavier midifile works to be played at home, and finally an evolutive and evolving database consisting of a list of contemporary and historical works for Disklavier and mechanical piano has been set up.
- Dates: 6 dec 2004
- Curator(s) : Richard Kongrosian, Jérôme Joy (programmer), Bastien Gallet (presentation)
- Artists : Andrian Pertout, Karlheinz Essl, Warren Brut, Tim Labor, Jocelyn Robert, Peter Gena, Rick Bidlack, Christopher Dobrian
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (midifiles) http://locusonus.org/site/live/2004compatible/telecharge.html
- Docs : 2004 Compatible, Paris
- Url(s) : http://locusonus.org/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.nujus.net/~locusonus/site/live/2004compatible/compatible.html — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.festival-automne.com/public/2004/program/arts_pla/08_kong_vinc_humb/fst_01.htm — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://locusonus.org/site/live/2004compatible/database.html — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]




Ya Heard : Sounds from the ArtBase
...................... - Description : Rhizome.org (online exhibition)
These projects are a sampling of how online spaces are reconstructed as forums for sonic inquiry and platforms for instrumentation, or instruments themselves. Beyond hyperlinks and the visual materials of the web, sound illustrates paths for expression, interactivity, and distribution that transform image and go beyond screen.
- Dates: nov 2004
- Curator(s) : Keith and Mendi Obadike
- Artists : Nicolas Clauss, Mark Amerika & Erik Belgum, Michaël Sellam, William Duckworth, Erik Bünger, Paul D. Miller, Conor O'Boyle, Michiel Knaven
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (websites archives) http://www.flyingpuppet.com/shock/oneday.htmhttp://phoneme.walkerart.org/launch.htmlhttp://incident.net/hors/landscape/stereo/http://sverigesradio.se/p1/src/sing/http://rhizome.org/art/exhibition/ya_heard/miller2.htmlhttp://looptracks.net/http://www.michaelmedia.org/soundbox/index.htm
- Docs : 2004 Ya Heard : Sounds from the ArtBase 2004 Ya Heard : Sounds from the ArtBase 2004 Ya Heard : Sounds from the ArtBase 2004 Ya Heard : Sounds from the ArtBase
- Url(s) : http://rhizome.org/art/exhibition/ya_heard/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Microphon'ic 2004
...................... - Description : Centre Dansaert, Bruxelles — événement radio, l'atelier de création sonore radiophonique (acsr) — Collab. : Radio WNE, Resonance104.4fm, Radio Grenouille, Radio Panik, Radio Kinesonus, Jet FM, Riereta.net.
On October 9th l’atelier de creation sonore radiophonique (acsr), together with sound creators, producers and radio presenters (from Belgium and other European countries), will be transmitting a three-hour long radio programme, in public, at the “Centre Dansaert”, which is to be transformed for the occasion into a space dedicated to listening. A team of sound trackers (Anthony Carcone, Etienne Noiseau) will be moving around inside and outside the building in order to capture, sample and feedback the event’s sound phenomena. The public present on this evening will be free to move around the Centre and attend live performances or listen to the results of the improvised score (the overall mixing) performed by other artists.
- Dates: 9 oct 2004
- Curator(s) : Jacques Foschia, Irvic D'Olivier, Étienne Noiseau, Michel Jakar
- Artists : Dinah Bird, Alain Bolle & Vincent Tholomé, Jacques Foschia, Tetsuo Kogawa, The Dead Sea Sound Orchestra, Peter Jacquemyn, Nicolas Husquet, Lester Lewitt, Bob Verschueren, Étienne Noiseau & Anthony Carcone.
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (mp3 files) http://www.microphonic.be/onic.php
- Docs : 2004 Microphon'ic Brussels 2004 Microphon'ic Brussels
- Url(s) : http://microphonic.be/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




SoundART
...................... - Description : ART Cologne, ARD-Hörspieltagen, Köln
- Dates: 28 oct-11 nov 2004
- Curator(s) : Karl Karst
- Artists : Jens Brand, Rolf Julius, Katja Kölle, Thomas Köner, José Antonio Orts, Christof Schläger, Ralf Schreiber, Peter Simon, Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, Erwin Stache, Hubert Steins, Carl Vetter. Helga de la Motte, Karl Karst, Uwe Röth, Frank Niehusmann, Janek Schaefer, Jacob Kirkegaard, Osso Bucco, VERT, Noel Akchoté, Asmus Tietchens.
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (mp3 & video files) http://www.soundart-nrw.net/sounds.php
- Docs : 2004 SoundART Köln 2004 SoundART Köln
- Url(s) : http://www.soundart-nrw.net/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Séminaire Philomusic
...................... - Description : École Supérieure d'Art Aix en Provence
- Dates: oct 2004
- Curator(s) :
- Artists :
- Docs :
- Url(s) :




Sons et Lumières, Une Histoire du Son dans l'Art du XXème Siècle
...................... - Description : Mnam/Cci, CNAC Beaubourg Georges Pompidou, Paris
Le Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne, présente la plus vaste manifestation consacrée aux relations entre la musique et les arts plastiques au XXe siècle depuis l’exposition Vom Klang der Bilder à Stuttgart en 1985. Le parcours de l’exposition Sons & Lumières se décline ainsi, sur 2100 m2, en trois parties thématiques, avec plus de 400 œuvres souvent inédites qui sont autant d’expériences sensorielles singulières. Il met en évidence les moments les plus significatifs de l’interaction entre la musique/le son et les arts visuels. La première partie présente le devenir des correspondances baudelairiennes, à partir d’une abstraction picturale tentée, comme chez Kandinsky, les synchromistes ou Klee, par l’immatérialité de la musique. Dans la deuxième partie, l’exposition aborde un univers sensiblement différent : celui où l’idée de matérialiser le son (par sa transcription, son empreinte, sa conversion au sens où l’entendent les nouveaux moyens électriques) conduit à faire des vibrations sonores l’un des matériaux premiers de l’œuvre. La troisième partie, enfin, est en forme d’interrogation. Donnant la parole au « bruit » exploré par les futuristes, à John Cage et au mouvement Fluxus, elle explose les aspects les plus iconoclastes de la thématique.
- Dates: 22 sept 2004-3 jan 2005
- Curator(s) : Sophie Duplaix - Marcella Lista
- Artists : Joseph Beuys, John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, Stuart Davis, Oskar Fischinger, Rodney Graham, Raoul Hausmann, Gary Hill, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Franti˘sek Kupka, La Monte Young et Marian Zazeela, Piet Mondrian, Bruce Nauman, Georgia O’Keeffe, Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Francis Picabia, Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg, Hans Richter, Luigi Russolo, Arnold Schönberg, Paul Sharits, Bill Viola, James & John Whitney, etc. Boris Bilinsky, Duncan Grant, Ben Laposky, Zdenek Pesánek, Stephen Beck, Steina et Woody Vasulka, Thomas Wilfred, etc.
- Docs : 2004 Sons et Lumières 2004 Sons et Lumières 2004 Sons et Lumières
- Url(s) : http://www.cnac-gp.fr/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.centrepompidou.fr/Pompidou/Communication.nsf/docs/ID2B3E771EC84C6FC4C1256EDE00567F74//cp%20sons%20&%20lumieres.pdf — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.centrepompidou.fr/Pompidou/Pedagogie.nsf/Docs/IDF223FB79CEA5125DC1256F400062FBAF//sons%20lumieresavecimages.pdf — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.centrepompidou.fr/Pompidou/Communication.nsf/docs/ID7EF8552AEA0AFB0BC1256F180056930F//Sons&lumi%C3%A8res.pdf — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.moulon.net/pdf/pdfar_06.pdf — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.erudit.org/culture/inter1068986/inter1118763/45836ac.pdf — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]




Écoute
...................... - Description : CNAC Beaubourg Centre Georges Pompidou, DAEP / Service programmation jeune public, Paris
En arpentant les territoires où l'écoute croise notre quotidien le plus familier, cette exposition invite les jeunes à cultiver le plaisir de l'ouïe en découvrant la richesse et la complexité du matériau sonore.
- Dates: 22 sept 2004-17 jan 2005
- Curator(s) : Boris Tissot
- Artists : György Ligeti, John Cage, Pierre Henry, Peter Vogel, Rolf Julius, Robin Minard, Antoine Schmitt, Vincent Epplay, Antoine Denize, Douglas Edric Stanley.
- Docs : 2004 Sons et Lumières 2004 Sons et Lumières (Douglas E. Stanley) 2004 Sons et Lumières (Robin Minard)
- Url(s) : http://www.centrepompidou.fr/Pompidou/Manifs.nsf/AllExpositions/ADA7AAEB86808EC7C1256EAF004A4231?OpenDocument — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Sonic Difference : Re-sounding the World
...................... - Description : BEAP (Biennial of Electronic Art Perth), John Curtin University and various venues, Perth — Collab. : SoundCulture.org, Tura New Music
“Audio has habitually been forced to play poor cousin in visually over-driven cultures.” However sound artists “have retained their position as pioneers of new creative methodologies and technologies”, consistently operating at the science-art juncture and playing a seminal role in developing immersive technologies. The Sonic-Difference Exhibition will feature architecturally site-specific works and outdoor or environmental projects while The Sonic-Difference Audio Lounge + the Aural-Web will provide both a physical listening space housing a comprehensive experimental sound archive as well as hosting a virtual sound-space in the form of web audio-cast.
- Dates: 7 sept- 17 nov 2004
- Curator(s) : Nigel Helyer
- Artists : Cat Hope, Garth Paine, Ed Osborn, Shawn Decker, Björn Schülke & Amy Youngs, Jocelyn Robert, imo Alitalo
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.realtimearts.net/article/62/7507 — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]
http://www.sonicobjects.com/index.php/texts/more/sonicdifference_02_percival/ — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.sonicobjects.com/index.php/texts/more/sonicdifference_priest/ — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.tura.com.au/ — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.soundculture.org/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




STARE ÜBER BERLIN - STARLINGS OVER BERLIN
...................... - Description : Symposium - Exhibitions - Concerts — Podewil, Märkisches Museum, Apollosaal der Staatsoper, MuseumsInselFestival, Berlin
In the series ÄSTHETISCHE ANALOGIEN DES VOGELSANGS - AESTHETIC ANALOGIES OF BIRDSONG, taking place at various locations in the city, STARE ÜBER BERLIN - STARLINGS OVER BERLIN will present sound installations and concerts revolving around the influence of birdsong on - and its incorporation in - art and music. In addition to musical works of the seventeenth to twenty-first centuries, visitors can enjoy a composition written especially for this occasion. The sound installations to be presented will concern themselves with the calls of the starling from a variety of perspectives, and particularly with this bird's ability to imitate voices and sounds.
- Dates: 4-24 sept 2004
- Curator(s) : Tilman Küntzel
- Artists : Christina Kubisch, Jens-Uwe Dyffort / Roswitha von den Driesch, Jutta Ravenna, Wolfgang Müller, Manfred Kroboth, Jutta Konjer, Tilman Küntzel, Andreas Runte. Concerts, Performances : Claus van Bebber, Steve Kaspar / Yuko Kominami, Perlonex, Martin Riches, Aleksander Kolkowski, Olivier Messiaen, Alessandro Poglietti, Tristan Murail, Maurice Ravel, Francois Couperin, Alvin Lucier, Gabriel Iranyi, Michael Finnissy.
- Docs : 2004 Stare über Berlin (Claus Von Bebber) 2004 Stare über Berlin (Jutta Ravenna) 2004 Stare über Berlin (Roswitha von den Driesch)
- Url(s) : http://www.stare.info/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.stare.info/idx2.html — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.tkuentzel.de/pages/stareE.html — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]
http://www.tkuentzel.de/stare/index.html — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]




unsorted, SonicActsX festival
...................... - Description : Sonic Arts X, Paradiso, Amsterdam
An important traditional paradigm is the familiar distinction between art disciplines such as visual arts, music, dance, theatre and literature. Usually, the different works of information art are forced to fit within this classical categorisation model. Once we conclude that the traditional distinction between visual arts, music, etcetera does not work effectively for the information arts, we have to pose the question if there are any other categorisation models thinkable to provide us with a deeper and wider insight in the field of the newest arts. With Sonic Acts 10 — Unsorted our aim is to contribute to the emerging discussion in this field. The programme will particularly emphasise on the different collective working methods that are emerging in the new arts. It will include presentations by for instance record labels and other companies that operate as art collectives.
- Dates: sept 2004
- Curator(s) : Taco Stolk
- Artists : Benjamin Gaulon, Casey Reas, Dextro, Driessens & Verstappen, Geert Mul, Jodi, Lia, Meta, RAND()%, Raster-Noton, Tomato, Touch, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Pixel, Byetone, Komet, Coh. Performances : Chris Watson, BJNilsen / Hazard, Philip Jeck, Fennesz, Jon Wozencroft.
- Docs : 2004 SonicActsX Amsterdam 2004 SonicActsX Amsterdam 2004 SonicActsX Amsterdam 2004 SonicActsX Amsterdam
- Url(s) : http://www.sonicacts.com/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.sonicacts.com/04/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Overgaden Sound Art Festival
...................... - Description : Gallery Overgarden, Institute for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen
The Sound Art Festival will consist of an audio work database (audioteque), live performances, artist presentations, reading room, web-site, and eventually lectures and seminars. The aim is, within a simple and low-cost framework, to present a wide range of international artists working with sound/audio as a primary element within their artistic praxis. The focus is mainly on artists working with sound and crossover projects, rather than "musicians” and composers, but still there will be a very broad spectrum of artists and genres represented, covering all aspects of that blurry boarder between art and music.
- Dates: 6 aug-5 sept 2004
- Curator(s) : Björn Ross (w/ Brandon LaBelle, Claire Savoie, Jacob Nielsen, John Hopkins, Lars Hansen, Mark Booth, Michael Mørkholt, Mikko Mansikkala Jensen, mi_ga, Tanja Schlander)
- Artists : http://www.soundartfestival.dk/artists.html
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (video files) http://www.soundartfestival.dk/archive/2004/index.html
- Docs : 2004 Overgaden Sound Art Festival 2004 Overgaden Sound Art Festival
- Url(s) : http://www.soundartfestival.dk/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Klangraum - Raumklang (Ausstellungen - Konzerte - Symposium)
...................... - Description : Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln
"Sound installation has always been closely related to public space. I think, in this respect the possibilities have not yet been tried out completely. A lot is still there to be explored. But I also think, there a possibilities within the web, within virtual space or non-space, to create "Klangkunst": to design spaces of exchange and communication. There is so much possible, still. And maybe these new sound productions don’t call themselves „Klangkunst“ anymore, but they will make audible, that this art forms does not only use space, but is definetely able to create it." (Peter Kiefer)
- Dates: 9 july-1 aug 2004
- Curator(s) : Peter Kiefer
- Artists : Barbara Barthelmes, Andres Bosshard, Sabine Breitsameter, Martin Carlé, Marc Crunelle, Helga de la Motte-Haber, Paul DeMarinis, Anthony Moore, Stefan Fricke, Golo Föllmer, Rolf Großmann, Andreas Hagelüken, Michael Harenberg , Wulf Herzogenrath, Peter Frank, Peter Kiefer, Elizabeth Sikiaridi, Volker Straebel, Anne Katrin Voss.
- Docs : 2004 Klangraum Köln 2004 Klangraum Köln
- Url(s) : http://www.klangkunst.de/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.audiohyperspace.de/en/2004/11/the-future-of-%E2%80%9Cklangkunst%E2%80%9D/ — [Retrieved on 3 jan 2011]




Off the record / Sound Arc
...................... - Description : ARC, Musée d'art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris — Collab. : Apple
Musicians and an artist (iPods 2 to 5) have been invited to propose a subjective compilation, presenting some of the most singular approaches to the musical creation of today with exclusive pieces.
- Dates: 25 jun-3 oct 2004
- Curator(s) : Anne Dressen & Angeline Scherf
- Artists : «Bandes originales» (various artists) (IPod 1), Christophe van Huffel et motif_r. (IPod 2), Florian Hecker (IPod 3), Goran Vejvoda (IPod 4), Claude Lévêque (IPod 5).
- Docs : 2004 Off the Record / Sound Arc
- Url(s) : http://www.paris-art-test.com/exposition-art-contemporain/Off%20The%20Record%20/%20Sound/L%C3%A9v%C3%AAque-Claude/552.html — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]
http://www.land.lu/index.php/printarchive/items/ma-memoire-de-la-musique.html — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]
http://next.liberation.fr/next/0101502163-art-sonore-et-plastique — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Inventionen
...................... - Description : Singuhr-Hœrgalerie in Parochial, Sophienkirche, Sophiensäle, DAAD, Berlin
Since 1982 the Inventionen has focused on the connection between different artistic media. This year's exhibition presents electro-acoustic music, experimental and multimedia concepts, concerts and sound art.
- Dates: 23-27 june 2004
- Curator(s) : Ingrid Beirer, Folkmar Hein, Carsten Seiffarth
- Artists : Paul DeMarinis, Sam Auinger / Bruce Odland. Performances, concerts : Bernhard Gál, Alvin Lucier, Mark Trayle, Wolfgang Mitterer, Hans Tutschku, Rolf Julius, Soo-Jung Shin, Kotoka Suzuki, Michael Maierhof, Shintaro Imai, Agostino Di Scipio, Robert J. Dow, Mario Verandi, Trevor Wishart,
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.inventionen.de/inventionen04/index.html — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Cybersonica’04
...................... - Description : ICA, Dana Centre, London
- Dates: june 2004
- Curator(s) :
- Artists : soundtoys.net, Markus Quarta, Thomas Lindner, Stanza.
- Docs : 2004 Cybersonica
- Url(s) : http://2004.cybersonica.org/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.discogs.com/Various-Cybersonica-04/release/339578 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://2006.cybersonica.org/past_highlights/index.php?id=114 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Sonoric Atmospheres, Ostseebiennale der Klangkunst
...................... - Description : Rostok, Bad Doberan, Heiligendamm, Kühlungsborn, Wismar
- Dates: 26 may-5 sept 2004 — may-july 2006 — — 10 jan-15 oct 2008
- Curator(s) : Christoph Metzger
- Artists : Peter Ablinger, Ulrich Eller, Bill Fontana, Christina Kubisch, Hans Peter Kuhn, Benoît Maubrey, Thomas Schulz, Daniel Kötter, Helmut Oehring, Michael Wertmüller, Stephan Winkler.
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.ostseebiennale.de/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.ostseebiennale.de/2004/ — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]




Shhh... Sounds in Space
...................... - Description : Victoria and Albert Museum, London — Collab. : Antenna Audio
The process is very simple. You pick up a set of headphones and an MP3 explorer when you arrive. Then, as you wander around the gallery, infrared sensors pick up on your movements and begin playing music or sounds in each space.
- Dates: 20 may-30 aug 2004
- Curator(s) : Lauren Parker, Jonny Dawe
- Artists : Gillian Wearing, Jeremy Deller, Roots Manuva, David Byrne, Leila, Elizabeth Fraser, Cornelius, Faultline, Simon Fischer Turner, Jane & Louise Wilson.
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (Real Audio files) http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/collective/A2654552
- Docs : 2004 Shhh... Sounds in Space 2004 Shhh... Sounds in Space 2004 Shhh... Sounds in Space
- Url(s) : http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/collective/A2654552 — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.davidbyrne.com/art/art_projects/shh/index.php — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/contemporary/past_exhns/shhh/index.html — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.culture24.org.uk/art/art22070 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.ctrl-n.net/journal/archives/sounds-in-spaces/ — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Treble
...................... - Description : Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York
Treble is a group exhibition that addresses the presence and influence of sound in the production of contemporary art. Challenging the categories of "sound art" and "visual art," this exhibition explores the spectrum between the two practices. Treble — in addition to defining a high pitch — also means triple, and the exhibition focuses on how sound informs the way artists think about sculpture, drawing, and architecture. Choosing to highlight the many ways in which sound can inform the production of contemporary art, this exhibition explores conceptual, material, and situational approaches that generate actual and/or implied aural experiences. The works in Treble exist beyond the limiting categories that define "sound art," "sculpture," "drawing," or "architecture," reflecting a generation of artists seeking to move freely between disciplines. These artists create meditations on drawing through sound, sound through drawing, sculpture as an ephemeral and time-based sonic experience, objects as potential sound, and architecture as an acoustic vessel.
- Dates: 6 may-1 aug 2004
- Curator(s) : Regine Basha
- Artists : Anton Vidokle & Cristian Manzutto, Joseph Beuys, Francis Alÿs + Rafael Ortega, Grady Gerbracht, Erik Hanson, Jim Hodges, Joseph Grigely & Amy Vogel, Jorge Macchi, Euan MacDonald, Emmanuel Madan, Terry Nauheim, Max Neuhaus, Cornelia Parker, Andrea Ray, Dario Robleto, Steve Roden, David Schafer, Jude Tallichet, Mungo Thomson, Brad Tucker, Stephen Vitiello, Paulo Vivacqua.
- Docs : 2004 Treble, New York 2004 Treble, New York 2004 Treble, New York 2004 Treble, New York 2004 Treble, New York
- Url(s) : http://www.sculpture-center.org/exhibitionsExhibition.htm?id=10113 — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]
http://www.sculpture-center.org/exhibitionsExhibitionEvents.htm?id=10113#body — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Others' sounds -> Others' reasons - Sound psychogeographies (El Sonido del Otro / La Razòn del Otro - Psicogeografías Sonoras)
...................... - Description : Zeppelin - 7th Sound Art Festival (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Orquestra Del Caos).
La comunicación es un proceso complejo que tiene lugar a través de diversos medios. Entre ellos, de vital importancia es el sonido, que se manifiesta en la palabra y en los gritos, pero que en todas las actividades que como humanos nos caracterizan y, a pesar de que a menudo es una pérdida energética, colateral, síntoma no necesariamente deseado de quien actúa, pocas veces pierde totalmente la significación.
- Dates: Barcelona, 19-22 may 2004 — — Zaragossa, 7-19 sept 2004
- Curator(s) : Jose Manuel Berenguer
- Artists : Sandra Anitua, Arnau Figuerola, Clara Garí, Javier García, Juan Carlos de la Parra, Dafnis Casado, Andrés Burbano, Robert Iolini, Amélie Agut, Enric Berenguer, Federico Schumacher, Xavier Maristany, Ana Carrizosa, Alexandra Gardner + Sesh Kannan, Justin Bennet, Jorge Laferla, Juan Carlos de la Parra, Robert Iolini, Andres Burbano, Javier García, Camilo Posada, Xavi Hurtado, Leonel Duarte. Performances, concerts : Stefano Trevisi, Beatrice Lasio, Maria Clara Cervelli, Massimo Fragalà, Roberto Musanti, Mario Mary, Ambrose Fields, Annette Van de Gorne, Stephen Dunkelman, Dimitri Coppe, Charo Calvo, Todor Todoroff, Ingrid Drese, Aliocha Van der Avoort, Darren Copeland, Peter Manning, Ben Wilson, Barry Truax, Hildegard Westerkamp, John Levack Drever, Ray Gallon, Jon Christopher Nelson, Gabriele Proy, Luigi Nono.
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.sonoscop.net/sonoscop/zeppelin.html — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.sonoscop.net/zeppelin2004/indexbcn.html — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




DRIFT, Sound Art and Experimental Music, Resonant Cities : Sonic Ghosts and Narrative Journey
...................... - Description : New Media Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland
How we listen and how aware we are of the seemingly 'noise' around us is at the heart of the wealth of works submitted and selected for Resonant Cities. The programmes are presented in three distinct themes. First is ‘Sonic Ghosts’: the works presented for this strand of programmes are reconstructed and processed moments in time and space, events now gone, found sound atmospheres and visceral rumblings. Those that have been selected come from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds: home-taping enthusiasts, musicians, phonographers, artists and radio art producers alike all move between recordings from hand-held cassette recorders to those utilising state of the art in ear binaural microphones. The programmes shift effortlessly from pure documentation, meanderring narratives to processed and structured field recordings that will take you on a sonic journey without leaving the comfort of your own headphones.
- Dates: 9-15 may 2004
- Curator(s) : Robert H. King (Resonant Cities, radio program)
- Artists : Lorenza Lucchi Basili, Asa Maria Bengtsson, Sean Burn, Lidia Camacho, Claudio Yituey Chea, Heman Chong, Thanos Chrysakis, Joshua G. Churchill, Viv Corringham, John Levack Drever, Nicholas Economos, Simon Fildes, Camilla Hannan, Sebastiane Hegarty, Erdem Helvacioglu, Thomas Joyce, Fergus Kelly, Lara Kohl, Alistair MacDonald, Mhairi Macfarlane & Andrew McKee, Paul Matosic, Roger Mills, Michael McLoughlin, Julianne Monroe, Mario Mota Martinez, Pippa Murphy, Jay Needham, Adrian Newton, Ed Osborn, Herve Perez, Claire Petersen, Andrea Polli, Charlie Pulford, Alfredo Ramirez Castruita, Giuseppe Rapisarda, Michal Rataj, Michael Rodgers, Stanza, Anabella Solano Torres, Pete Stollery, Mark Vernon, Nicholas Virgo, Aaron Ximm.
- Docs : 2004 Drift - Resonant Cities
- Url(s) : http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/f/page.php?NumPage=71 — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.mediascot.org/drift — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.harsmedia.com/SoundBlog/Archief/00526.php — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.crumbweb.org/discItemDetail.php?&useArch=1&archID=281&op=2&sublink=1&fromSearch=1& — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Rock’s Role : After Ryoanji
...................... - Description : Art in General, New York
Responding to John Cage’s musical translations of the famed Japanese rock garden, Ryonanji, the audio works in this exhibition are installed in a novel way to create an aural environment in which the pieces can be heard both individually and simultaneously. The speakers from which the sounds are broadcast are arranged to visually mimic the stones and space of the garden. Like the Ryonanji garden, which cannot be viewed in its entirety from any one point, Rock’s Role similarly offers a separate experience from each position within the gallery.
- Dates: 24 apr-26 jun 2004
- Curator(s) : Ronald Kuivila
- Artists : Ed Tomney, Stephen Vitello, Rilo Chmielorz, Mike Hallenbeck, Michael Sunami, Masahiko Sunami, Maggi Payne, John Hudak, Gabriel Burian-Mohr, Future Remix, David Matorin, David Galbraith, Damian Catera, Brenda Hutchinson, Bernhard Gal, Barbara Held, Andrew Neuman, Michael J. Schumacher. And Free103point9, Ben Manley, Michael Pestel, Marina Rosenfeld, Sean Meehan. Concert : John Bischoff, Matt Rogalsky, Earle Brown. And Andrew Neumann, David Galbraith, Gabriel Burian-Mohr, David Matorin.
- Docs : 2004 Rock's Role, New York 2004 Rock's Role, New York 2004 Rock's Role, New York
- Url(s) : http://www.artingeneral.org/exhibitions/152 — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.artingeneral.org/events/650 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.artingeneral.org/events/649 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.free103point9.org/works/356 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.bernhardgal.com/cd_rocksrole.html — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




For a long Time...
...................... - Description : The Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut — References must be checked
- Dates: apr-may 2004
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Digital III - International Sound Art Event
...................... - Description : MUU Mediabase, Helsinki
From April 16th until 18th, 2004, the Artists' Association MUU is bringing together local and international soundartists, musicians and media theorists over three days to facilitate the exchange and development of ideas, skills and practices in contemporary Sound Art. DIGITAL 3 at MUU attempts to renew the way in which we perceive the depths of sonic, visual and spatial Sound Art. Media and Sound Artists often have the same software at their disposal as musicians, but their approaches are however different. Synergies, which stimulate musicans and media artists, are triggered through the existing soft and hardware, but which possibilities and solutions are there to use technology for artistic results. How do artists manage, despite or because of this technology, to mark new aesthetic ground.
- Dates: 16-18 april 2004
- Curator(s) : Rita Leppiniemi, Timo Soppela
- Artists : PER PLATOU, ALEKSEY PLUSNIN, HANS SYDOW, MOMUS, HELSINKI COMPUTER ORCHESTRA, SOPHEA LERNER, OLIVIA BLOCK, SHELLEY HIRSCH, ILLUSTRIOUS COMPANY: MARTYN WARE and VINCENT CLARK, MIYA MASAOKA, STEVE McCAFFREY, CHARLIE MORROW, PHILL NIBLOCK, MICHAEL J. SCHUMACHER, SCANNER, STEPHEN VITIELLO, PAMELA Z
- Docs : 2004 Digital III, Helsinki
- Url(s) : http://www.muu.fi/digital/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Sound of Place / Place of Sound - The History of Sound Art in the 20th Century 1902-2002
...................... - Description : Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley Idaho
- Dates: march-may 2004
- Curator(s) : Jennifer Gately
- Artists : Olivia Block, Loren Chasse, David Dunn, Bill Fontana, Richard Lerman, Kaffe Mathews, Michael Barton Miller, Seth Nehil, Max Neuhuas, Ed Osborn, Steve Peters, Jane Philbrick, Steve Roden, Douglas Ross, Stephen Vitiello
- Docs : 2004 Sound of Place / Place of Sound
- Url(s) : http://www.sunvalleycenter.org/arts/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=17&Itemid=38 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.inbetweennoise.com/sunvalley.html — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://www.jessepaulmiller.com/vita.html — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




The sound of spaces
...................... - Description : 66Eat Centre for Urban Culture, Amsterdam
References must be checked
- Dates: march-april 2004
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Sound Migration: An Exhibit of Sound Art and Music
...................... - Description : Pacific Design Center, Media Lounge, Los Angeles
References must be checked
- Dates: 24 march-15 april 2004
- Curator(s) :
- Artists : David Dunn, Ann Lislegaard, Marcelo Radulovich, Pamela Z, Nels Cline, etc.
- Docs :
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Émergence
...................... - Description : Locus Sonus & GMEM, Marseille
References must be checked
- Dates: 9-12 march 2004
- Curator(s) :
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- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.gmem.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=294&Itemid=278 — [Retrieved on 2 jan 2011]




It's all here and now and the future
...................... - Description : Lumen and FuseLeeds04, Leeds City Gallery & Contemporary Art Society, Leeds
References must be checked
- Dates: 3-7 march 2004
- Curator(s) : Ronald Nameth, Robin Oppenheimer
- Artists : William Rose, Bill Fontana, etc.
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.fuseleeds.org.uk/ — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Son et Lumière
...................... - Description : MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Son et Lumière" is an exhibition of eight artists who work with the basic elements of sound and/or light to create immersive experiences that dazzle the senses and stimulate the mind.
- Dates: 12 feb-4 apr 2004
- Curator(s) : Bill Arning
- Artists : Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Bruce Bemis, Ann Lislegaard, Michael Mittelman, Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin, Jessica Rylan.
- Docs : 2004 Son et Lumière, MIT 2004 Son et Lumière, MIT 2004 Son et Lumière, MIT 2004 Son et Lumière, MIT
- Url(s) : http://listart.mit.edu/node/232 — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://web.mit.edu/annualreports/pres04/06.01.pdf — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Blind Sight
...................... - Description : Scotland Dundee Contemporary Art Centre, Gallery Titanik, Turku
RSA, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
An exploration of the study of the relationship between visual art and sound within the format of the CD. The audio pieces are installed as a jukebox presentation and cover songs, sounds, stories, recordings and karaoke. Alongside creating a sound piece, each artist has submitted a CD cover for display.
- Dates: feb-apr 2004 — — 14-30 oct 2004 (RSA)
- Curator(s) : Eddie Summerton, Norman Shaw, Annika Dahlsten
- Artists : Derrick Guild, Gerald Mair, Farmhand, Moira Payne, Robert Dow, El Search, Don Paterson, Eddie Summerton, Tracy MacKenna & Edwin Janssen, Arthur Watson, Mike Windle, Matt Dalziel and Louise Scullion, Beverley Hood, Dave Liddell, Neil McIntee, Mark Wallace, Luke Fowler, Andy Wake, Duncan Marquiss, Torsten Laushmann, Graeme Roger, The Weedjs, Norman Shaw, Mark Vernon, Kevin Henderson, Pauli Ahopelto & Julle Juntunen, Black Peider & Anssi 8000, Annika Dahlsten & Jukka Hiltunen, Juha Allan Ekholm, gM4, Ollipekka Kangas, Otto Kasvio, Leena Kela & Suvi Parrilla, Valter Kokot, Jani Lehto, Tuuli Lempa, Paivi Mauna & Janne Lappalainen, Tatu Metsahahti, O Samuli A, Timo Palumaki, Outi-Illuusia Parviainen, Sami Pennanen, Psycho Bears, Vesa Puhakka, Jani Purhonen, Joni Pyysalo, rihmasto, ros-ka, Suonihiuksisto.
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.royalscottishacademy.org/pages/exhibition_frame.asp?id=94 — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




Sound Rewound: Celebrating 20 years of Sound Art
...................... - Description : The LAB, San Francisco
- Dates: 13-28 feb 2004
- Curator(s) : Beth Custer
- Artists : Toychestra, John Bischoff, Barbara Golden, Cheryl Leonard, Bob Davis, Kattt Sammon, Laurie Amat, Bob Davis, Guillermo Galindo, Kathy Kennedy, Reginald Lamar, Kenneth Atchley, Blevin Blectum, Randy Nordschow, Donald Swearingen, Pamela Z, F-Space, Fuzzy Bunny (Chris Brown, Scot Gresham-Lancaster, Tim Perkis), Wigband (Johanna Poethig & Barbara Golden), Laetitia Sonami, the Barrionics (Anne Perez, Johanna Poethig, Michael Trigilio, Gustavo Vazquez & Rico Reyes).
- Docs :
- Url(s) : http://www.thelab.org/events/141.html — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]




New Sound, New York (Festival)
...................... - Description : The Kitchen Gallery, The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, NY
This New Sounds program, titled "New Sound New York", is a special sampler of music celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Kitchen’s landmark concert New Music New York. Hear archive performances from that 1979 event by Philip Glass, Meredith Monk, Michael Nyman, Pauline Oliveros, and more.
- Dates: jan-mar 2004
- Curator(s) : Christopher McIntyre
- Artists : Michael Schumacher, Richard Chartier, Steve Roden, Kaffe Matthews, Phill Niblock, James Fei, Alvin Lucier, Jim O’Rourke, Nic Collins, David Behrman, Charles Morrow, Olivia Block, Steve McCaffrey, Carl Stone, Amnon Wolman, free103point9 (Tune (In))) - webradio : Zeena Parkins, John King, Thurston Moore, Alan Licht, Gregory Whitehead, and others)
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : http://www.wnyc.org/shows/newsounds/2006/mar/12/
- Docs : 2004 New Sound, New York
- Url(s) : http://www.brooklynrail.org/2004/05/music/new-sound-new-york-takes-manhattan — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://www.free103point9.org/events/34 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]
http://artforum.com/index.php?pn=symposium&id=6682 — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]




Elevator Music
...................... - Description : Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs (NY)
Most elevator trips are pretty mundane. You step in, push a button, watch the doors close and, seconds later, you've arrived at your floor. And despite the term "elevator music," most elevators don't even have music anymore. At the Tang Museum, visitors often find themselves riding up and down, forgetting to exit or even push a button. For them, the elevator is the destination, not the transportation. The museum is working on building a more interesting elevator experience by using the space as a canvas for exhibits, all labeled as "Elevator Music."
- Dates: ? 2004
- Curator(s) : Gretchen Wagner
- Artists : Steve Roden (June-Sept 2004), Julianne Swartz (Feb-Jun 2005), Pamela Z (Oct 2005-Jan 2006), R. Luke DuBois (March-June 2006), Fernando Orellana (Feb-April 2007), Andrea Polli (July-Dec 2007), Jessica Rylan (May-Sept 2008), Annea Lockwood (July 2009-March 2010), Maryanne Amacher (May-Sept 2010), Peter Edwards (Oct 2010-Feb 2011), etc.
../files/articles/soundartexhibitions/sound.jpg - Audio : (video file) http://skidmore.magnify.net/video/Elevators-Music — (audio files) http://www.julianneswartz.com/work_archive/elevator_music/Elevator_music.html
- Docs : 2004 Elevator Music 2004 Elevator Music 2004 Elevator Music 2004 Elevator Music
- Url(s) : http://tang.skidmore.edu/ — [Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]
http://jpk.silversand.org/press/times-union-2006-04-18.php — [Retrieved on 4 jan 2011]






 




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  • Inventionen 94 (Berlin, 1994/2004/...)


  • Avatar art audio (Québec, 1994/...)
    http://www.lenomdelachose.org/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Sonidos in Extremis (Facultad de Belles Artes, Cuenca, 6-10 juil 1994)


  • Klingende Dinge (Schloss Ottenstein, Autriche, juin-sept 1994)


  • A.A.R.T Audio Artists Radio Transmission, Beyond the Pale (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 1994)
    http://www.garrettphelan.com/AARTRADIO.htm[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Lesezimmer II - Audio Arts in den 70ern und 80ern (Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, München, Wien, 1994)


  • Sound Symposium, Art and Culture Centre and other locations (St. John's, Newfoundland, 1994/...)
    http://www.soundsymposium.com/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Lend me your Ears: Sound City Spaces (Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland, juil-août 1994)


  • Zeitgleich, symposium+seminar+exhibition (Kunstradio, Innsbrück, Hall in Tirol, 3 juin-15 août 1994)
    http://www.kunstradio.at/ZEITGLEICH/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • To Do & Notice - Compose Yourself (Exploratorium, San Francisco, mai 1994) —[à vérifier]


  • Reverberations: Sculpture and Installations with Sound (Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, mars-avril 1994)


  • Site as Sound (Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens, Secession Gallery, San Francisco, janv 1994)
    http://www.ybca.org/exhibitions/archive/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Erratum musical (Galerie Böer, Hannover 1994)


  • Die Stillen - Klangräume - Klanginstallationen - Klangwelten (Skulpturenmuseum, Marl, 1994)


  • Sound and vision. Musikvideo und Filmkunst : Ausstellung Retrospektive (Deutsches Filmmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, dec 1993-avril 1994)


  • Sound Culture (Tokyo, Nov 1993)
    http://www.soundculture.org/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Audio Art Festival (Muzyka Centrum, Goethe Institute, Cracovie, 1993/...)
    http://www.audio.art.pl/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Singuhr, Hörgalerie in Parochial (Berlin, programme depuis 1993)
    http://www.singuhr.de/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • 76h Zeitgleich - Festival für Langzeitkonzerte und Klanginstallationen (Künsthaus Essen, mai 1993)


  • Mex Festival (Dortmund, 1993/2004/...)
    http://www.mexappeal.de/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • 4'33" Sound Series (Anti-Matter Space for Art, San Francisco, sept 1992)


  • Amphion, Klanginstallationen in Köln and Potsdam (Luftschutzbunker Ehrenfeld, Köln, 1992)


  • SonicWorks Festival (Diverse Works, Houston, 1992/...)


  • Festival Klangzeit Wuppertal (1991/1992)


  • The Museum inside The Telephone Network (NTT ICC, Tokyo, 15-29 mars 1991)
    http://www.ntticc.org.jp/Archive/1996/InterCommunication96/preface.html[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Sound Culture (Sydney, Australia oct-nov 1991)
    http://www.soundculture.org/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Été roman (Église de St. Pierre, Melle, France, 1990)


  • Audio in the Elevator (Art in General, New York, 1990/2007)
    http://www.artingeneral.org/exhibitions/228[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • The Deep Listening Series (Life on the Water, San Francisco, janv 1990/1993)
    http://www.zakros.com/archives/DeepListening.html[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Subtropics : Experimental Music + Sound Art (SFCA, Miami, 1989/...)
    http://subtropics.org/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]http://subtropics.org/?cat=62&paged=12[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Raum und Klang (Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, 1989)


  • d.i.s.c.o.t.h.e.q.u.e., Experiences sonores d'artistes (Maison du Livre, de l’Image et du Son, Villeurbanne, oct/nov 1989)


  • Suoni Dalle Città Del Mondo (Festival Arte Elettronica, Carmerino, Italy, 22-28 sept 1988)


  • Soundworks Exhibition (Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, 1988)


  • Klangräume (Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken, 1988)


  • Audiowerkstatt (Berlin Kulturstadt Europas, Kongreßhalle Berlin, Berlin, août 1988)
    http://www.inventionen.de/Geschichte/themen/E88.html[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Parcours sonores (Parc de la Villette, Paris, 1988)


  • Broken Music : Artists’s Recordworks (Ursula Block & Michael Glasmeier, DAAD Galerie, Berlin, 18 fév. 1988-12 fév. 1989 - Gemeentemuseum Den Haag - Magasin Grenoble, 1989)
    http://www.artpool.hu/Recenzio/Broken.html[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]http://www.aqualoop.com/aqua_sound/delia/delia_BrokenMusic.html[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Audiothek: Akustische Kunst im Radio (Documenta 8, Kassel, juin-sept 1987)


  • KUNSTRADIO (ORF Vienna, 1987/...)
    http://www.kunstradio.at/[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Klanginstallationen (Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, 1987)
    http://www.gak-bremen.de/archiv/_1987/klanginstallationen[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Klang-Park, Ars Electronica (Brucknerhaus, Linz, Autriche, 1987)
    http://www.aec.at/archiv_project_de.php?id=9059[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Klangräume, Weltmusiktage '87 (Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren, 1987)


  • Art and Music (Kunsthalle Wilhemshaven Kunstverein Giannozzo, Berlin, 1987)


  • Sound Re visited (Amsterdam, 1987)


  • Echo, The Images of Sound II (Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven, 1987)


  • Soundwaves Show (City Gallery, New York, mai-juin 1986)


  • Nouvelles Scènes (Le Consortium, Dijon, 1986/...)
    http://www.leconsortium.com/?Nouvelles_Sc%26egrave%3Bnes[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Audio by Artists Festival (Centre for Art Tapes, Halifax, 2-29 mars 1986)


  • Vom Klang der Bilder / Die Musik in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts (Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 6 juil-22 sept 1985)


  • A Noise in your Eye - an international exhibition of sound sculpture (Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, 24 mai-7 juillet 1985)


  • Foné (Maurizio Nannucci & Stefano Mecatti, Casa Usher, Florence, 1985)


  • Sound/Vision (Plymouth Arts Centre & Spacex Centre, Exeter, 7-28 sept & 5-26 oct 1985)


  • On the Wall / On the Air : Artists Make Noise (MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hayden Corridor Gallery, 15 déc 1985-27 janv 1986)
    http://listart.mit.edu/pubs1980-1985[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • SECTION SON, (13ème Biennale de Paris, 1985)


  • Les Immatériaux, SON=ESPACE (Centre Pompidou, Paris, 28 mars-15 juillet 1985)
    http://revues.mshparisnord.org/appareil/index.php?id=797[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]


  • Sound/Vision (Plymouth Arts Centre & Spacex Centre, Exeter, 1985)


  • Image du Son (Espace 251 Nord, Liège, 1985)
    http://www.e2n.be/historique_E2N_venise.pdf[Retrieved on 20 dec 2010]







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  1. Audio Files - Sound Art Now, An Online Symposium (by ArtForum) : http://artforum.com/symposium/id=6682&page_id=0
  2. According to Leigh Landy : La musique des sons / The Music of Sounds, Université Paris IV-Sorbonne (Eds.), Musicologie, informatique et nouvelles technologies (MINT) - Série Musique et nouvelles technologies no. 3, 2007. Abstract : For over a century musicians have been making music using the widest variety of sounds beyond the notes normally associated with music. For the last sixty years musicians have been able to use various forms of technology to assist in the creation of sound-based works. The Music of Sounds sets out to demonstrate that this musical corpus demonstrates paradigmatic behaviour despite the fact that its repertoire spans a vast horizon. This behaviour sets it apart, to an extent, from note-based music. The book also attempts to establish that much of the music is accessible to a larger public than the one it currently reaches. To achieve these two aims the repertoire is introduced through selected examples in order to illustrate paradigmatic aspects and elements related to accessibility. The field of study related to sound-based music is also delineated. Examples of sound-based musical research are presented to point out potential opportunities for those interested in this young repertoire., http://www.mti.dmu.ac.uk/~llandy/
  3. « (...) [P]erformed in front of an audience [sound art] can too easily be perceived as music or theater. If sound art happens on radio it becomes radiphonics or, again, music. So sound art ends up in the heavily culturally coded environment of the art gallery. (...) [T]he pieces which attain the position of highest importance in the hierarchy usually have a strong visual presence (...) » (Ian Andrews, What's Wrong with Sound Art, 1998, http://www.sysx.org/soundsite/texts/what_is_wrong.html )
  4. (casual, relaxed, uninhibited, barefaced, forthright and without complexes)
  5. Audio Files - Sound Art Now, An Online Symposium (by ArtForum) : http://artforum.com/symposium/id=6682&page_id=0
  6. Selon Leigh Landy : La musique des sons / The Music of Sounds, Université Paris IV-Sorbonne (Eds.), Musicologie, informatique et nouvelles technologies (MINT) - Série Musique et nouvelles technologies no. 3, 2007. Abstract : For over a century musicians have been making music using the widest variety of sounds beyond the notes normally associated with music. For the last sixty years musicians have been able to use various forms of technology to assist in the creation of sound-based works. The Music of Sounds sets out to demonstrate that this musical corpus demonstrates paradigmatic behaviour despite the fact that its repertoire spans a vast horizon. This behaviour sets it apart, to an extent, from note-based music. The book also attempts to establish that much of the music is accessible to a larger public than the one it currently reaches. To achieve these two aims the repertoire is introduced through selected examples in order to illustrate paradigmatic aspects and elements related to accessibility. The field of study related to sound-based music is also delineated. Examples of sound-based musical research are presented to point out potential opportunities for those interested in this young repertoire., http://www.mti.dmu.ac.uk/~llandy/
  7. « (...) [P]erformed in front of an audience [sound art] can too easily be perceived as music or theater. If sound art happens on radio it becomes radiphonics or, again, music. So sound art ends up in the heavily culturally coded environment of the art gallery. (...) [T]he pieces which attain the position of highest importance in the hierarchy usually have a strong visual presence (...) » (Ian Andrews, "What's Wrong with Sound Art", 1998, http://www.sysx.org/soundsite/texts/what_is_wrong.html )
  8. Cette étude est reprise aujourd'hui à l'occasion de la préparation de l'exposition "Le Temps de l'Écoute" qui aura lieu lors de l'Été 2011. En accompagnement, voici un texte listant quelques aventures sonores et musicales sur la Côte d'Azur entre 1950 et 2011 : Panorama 1950-2011





   
   
   
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