Pulsars is an exploration of a cyclic action. It consist on a loop, in continuous evolution, created by the sound of a drop and its sonic changes while it fills a container. It’s a reflexion about the sucession of instants that accumulate when time passes, and resonate in every instant-present.
At the moment is exposed at Action-Art Actuel, in Saint-Jean sur Richelieu (Quebec), as the result of an artist residency that I just concluded. If you are near, you can go see the water drop.
Bethoveen’s original manuscript
I’m used to say here that traditional notation lacks expression in relation to graphic notation. But no matter what code, a manuscript is always a graphical expression.
Quoting Aaron Copland “Examining a music manuscript, inevitably I sense the man behind the notes. The fascination of a composer’s notation is the fascination of human personality.”
discovery of the square (by kindra_is_here)
Sytuacja semiotyczna 2006 :: Stanistaw Drozdz
I want to share with you my new website, where you can find some of my work :) Hope you like it.
‘Notation is a way of making people move .’ — Cardew in his notes to ‘Treatise’
geometrydaily: #153 Speed of sound –
Systematics nº4 :: Ryoji Ikeda
Systematics :: Ryoji Ikeda
desdoblamiento de un objeto
An interesting project on type-notation from shrinked master pieces. Check it outhttp://vimeo.com/38366022
This work explore the possibility to build a “musical-compost” with the debris of some compositions from the classic period rewriting a new kind of notes and system of values.
debris:1. the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up; junk; rubble; detritus
2.broken or torn pieces of something larger
I have designed 210 Notations or graphemes (symbols that can mean anything and can be combined) that are visual generated by typing a laptop as if it were a normal typography. Each Notation/ grapheme is related with a 1 second- sound. This second is the result of the shrinking time of the total running time of one classical composition.
Mona Hatoum :: + and -
1994-2004, sand, steel, aluminum, and electric motor, Ø 400 cm