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Sound Art: Klang als Medium der Kunst (2018)

Jan Nieuwenhuis
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On the 15th and 16th of December, 2012, the editors of the Journal of Sonic Studies visited the exhibition “Sound Art: Klang als medium der Kunst” in the Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM) in Karlsruhe. During and afterwards, they discussed the exhibition and four of its sound installations. This resulted in the variety of perspectives published in this article. The article is presented as a space through which the listener/reader/viewer must navigate. You enter a digital space – or a small exhibition – in which each editor reflects on the exhibition as a whole: Vincent Meelberg discusses sound art from the perspective of interactivity; Sharon Stewart presents four different approaches towards the installations, yet at the same time creates her own para-exhibition as recording-performer pursuing the fleeting nature of sound; Marcel Cobussen reflects upon the omnipresence of sound and the importance of listening; Jan Nieuwenhuis deconstructs the Dutch word “tentoonstelling” (“exhibition” in English) in order to rethink the visual paradigm of the museum and allow sound into its space. After you have listened and read your way through the “entrance hall”, four different sound-spaces remain to be discovered. You can open the door and enter the room by clicking on the images of the sound installations. There, we – the editors – present our perspectives on the installations. Firstly (or lastly, if you prefer) Roberto Pugliese’s Equilibrium is grappled with; then Bernard Leitner’s Pulsierende Stille is absorbed; subsequently you can settle down in the Klangdom; and lastly (or firstly) listen in on Anselm Venezian Nehls’ and Tarik Barri’s #tweetspace.
typeresearch exposition
date12/03/2013
published28/06/2018
last modified28/06/2018
statuspublished
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/42160/42161
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/rc.42160
published inJournal of Sonic Studies
portal issue5. Issue 5
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52201 Grégory Lasserre - Akousmaflore Recording Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46996 WhiteCubeInTheCorner Jan Nieuwenhuis All rights reserved
46993 Grégory Lasserre - Akousmaflore Recording Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46425 Roberto Pugliese - Equilibrium (2011) Recording: Jan Nieuwenhuis All rights reserved
46397 Roberto Pugliese - Equilibrium (2011) Recording: Jan Nieuwenhuis All rights reserved
46396 Takis - Musical Hannover (1974) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46391 Sharon Stewart - Audio Compilation (2013) Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46264 sonicstudies-banner Mannschaft All rights reserved
46235 Sharon Stewart - Audio compilation (2013) Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46234 Bernhard Leitner – Pulsierende Stille (2007) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46233 Bram Vreven – untitled (1999) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46228 Scenocosme – Akousmaflore. Sensitive and interactive musical plants (2007) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46227 Bruce Nauman – Für Kinder (2011) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46226 Bernhard Leitner – StahlFederWellen (2003) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46225 Rolf Julius – Singing II (2006/2012) Recording: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46223 Peter Vogel – Römischer Turm (1989) Audio: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46222 FH Mainz University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Mainz School of Music at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz - Resonate (2012) Audio: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46210 Anselm Venezian Nehls & Tarik Barri - #tweetspace (2011) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46205 Christina Kubisch - Wolken (2012) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46149 Roberto Pugliese - Equilibrium (2011) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46137 Ludger Brümmer, Bernhard Sturm – Klangdom (2006) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46133 Bernard Leitner - Pulsierende Stille (2007) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46132 FH Mainz University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Mainz School of Music at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz - Resonate (2012) Video: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
45992 Anselm Venezian Nehls & Tarik Barri - #tweetspace (2011) Foto: Steffen Harm All rights reserved
45989 Bernard Leitner - Pulsierende Stille (2007) Foto: Steffen Harms All rights reserved
45985 Ludger Brümmer & Bernard Sturm - Klangdom (2006 Foto: Steffen Harms All rights reserved
45978 Roberto Pugliese - Equilibrium (2011) Foto: Steffen Harms All rights reserved
45953 Resonate_Masterstudents Movie: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
45928 Benoit Maubrey - Temple (2012) Photo: Sharon Stewart All rights reserved
46192 Roberto Pugliese - Equilibrium (2011) Recording: jan Nieuwenhuis All rights reserved

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