To illustrate a critical analysis concerning the contemporary aesthetics, it is necessary to consider the influence of digital technologies on the possibilities of creating unusual morphologies and visual scenarios [...]
Remote Encounters: Connecting bodies, collapsing spaces and temporal ubiquity in networked performance was a two-day international conference with performances held at the University of South Wales on the 11th [...]
One of the most high-profile of a sound art scene in Singapore also including figures like Yuen Chee Wai, Zai Kuning, and George Chua, Zul Mahmod sets his own sonic practice apart by using techniques [...]
Watching a sound art installation requires a silent contemplation that allows to listen carefully. Sometimes it is not considered as something - as music is - going beyond the limits of a time-based expression. Many [...]
Primary and basic technology become works of art capable of playing with our passion for machinary and technology, a form of "pain" that we feel with and through our bodies. Simplicity is at the heart [...]
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