B.O.D.Y. - Between auditory fiction and body-reality (last edited: 2019)

Erika Matsunami

About this exposition

The exposition "B.O.D.Y. – Between auditory fiction and body-reality" is a summary of my project `B.O.D.Y. 2010´, which was represented from 2009 (groundwork) until 2012 and includes theory, artistic practice, procedure, realization, representation and perception (Perzeption). Thereby the theories refer to my art works and are summed up own artistic thesis. The art works in this exposition are related to the theses of the academic and scientific fields. The artistic research for the audio and visual works is based on the project `B.O.D.Y. 2010´. This project is an intermedia project, it uses media such as photography and drawing, photography and sound installation, and music (sound/sonority/noise) and drawing. The research field is interdisciplinary in visual art and music within the expanded scope of the transdisciplinary approach. In the project B.O.D.Y. I used the time based mediums sound and performance which are the mixing layers of design, happening and performing. The act as well as performance is conceptual and improvisational which evokes in contrast the connotation of the objects with the body in the real time. In the space design for the installation and performance the horizontal dimension of this installation is variable. For each exhibition space of the installation and performance will be re-designed by the cross-disciplinary approach in the art such as in the representation's concept and artistic approaches. This digital exposition is likewise a part of the concept and contemplation for the art book B.O.D.Y. about the conceptualization for a multimedial art book design with the intermedia art works rudimentarily. *human studies in the keywords is not the area of studies such as human science.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsadvanced visual studies, space design, musicology, aesthetics, philosophy, sound studies, human studies, performance
last modified11/06/2019
external linkhttp://erika-matsunami.bildkunstnet.de

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