Tag Archives: sound art

Beyond the Aural: Mark Jackson on Sound Art

I first became interested in sound art well before I became interested, or even knew anything about, curating.  However I was heavily influenced from a relatively young age by considerations that are essentially curatorial. I’ll have to give you a bit of background. In the late ‘80s I spent the school holidays in Kuwait. The […]

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Budhaditya Chattopadhyay’s Object Disorientation

My interest in sound art curating began when I started to question the practice of exhibiting sound in a gallery or public space. Can “sound” be “exhibited” at all? Isn’t that a basic fallacy, given the nature of sound? In addressing these fundamental questions from a conceptual angle, I tried to comprehend sound’s specific problem […]

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Sense of Sound at Z33 House of Contemporary Art

Featuring: Gert Aertsen, Christoph De Boeck, Aernoudt Jacobs, Stéfan Piat, Katerina Undo, Jeroen Uyttendaele and Jeroen Vandesande. Sense of Sound March 3 – May 25, 2014. Z33 House of Contemporary Art Zuivelmarkt 33 Holland www.z33.be

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Sonic Weaponry with Smolenski and Szwed

It’d be funny to say that Konrad Smolenski is someone you will soon have heard of. Already a pretty big deal throughout Europe, he had the honor of representing Poland at the Venice Biennale this year and made quite the lasting impression. The exhibition, titled Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More situated two […]

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