Hearing place : sound art exploring place from around the world.
Featured Australian works
||Sydney Sound Walk (2003) for electroacoustic||Jon Drummond||9 mins, 31 sec.||Buy as MP3|
||DecemberYard — studio produced music (pre-recorded sound)||10 mins, 4 sec.||Buy as MP3|
Also includes: Vroom!! / Petri Kuljuntausta -- The home planet / Samuel Pellman -- Your 3 minute mardi gras / Christopher DeLaurenti -- Beach rain / Aaron Ximm -- Vocal strolls / Viv Corringham -- Le souterrain / Pierre Thoma -- Lagom / Gabriele Proy -- Hawk study / Michelle Nagai.
The Australian Sound Design Project in association with Move
Records is proud to announce the launch of Hearing Place, an
audio CD with works by 10 artists from around the world.
The pieces respond to notions of place from a variety aesthetic viewpoints and methodologies. The works range from classic electroacoustic and soundscape compositions through to pure unedited field recordings. Ten works journey the acoustic environment and that of our internal response and provide unique insight to each locale.
The composers include:
Petri Kuljuntausta (Finland)
Samuel Pellman (USA)
Christopher DeLaurenti (USA)
Jon Drummond (Australia)
Aaron Ximm (USA)
Greg Hooper (Australia)
Viv Corringham (United Kingdom)
Pierre Thoma (Switzerland)
Gabriele Proy (Austria)
Michelle Nagai (USA)
Duration: 73 min.
Includes a showcase of works presented as part of Hearing place, a series of sound art events curated by Ros Bandt and Iain Mott of the Australian Sound Design Project, presented in Melbourne between 10-30 March 2003.
Liner notes include programme notes.
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