On Electronic Sound Sculptures: Circuits and Aesthetics (2017)

Eirik Brandal

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This paper is first and foremost concerned with my methods for designing, constructing and composing with freeform electronic sound sculptures. It covers the topics of circuit modularity, network communication, interaction and sonification as a means to create nonlinear music, as well as architectural concepts that are either being utilized or that have been functioning as sources of inspiration toward the design of the sound sculptures. The reader will be guided largely through the perspective of my own work, but general ideas and concepts from similar artists will be discussed where applicable.
typeresearch exposition
keywordselectronics, visual art, sculpture, freeform electronics, composition, interaction
affiliationRoyal Conservatoire of The Hague
published inKC Research Portal
external linkwww.eirikbrandal.com

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