Érick d’Orion Stéphane Claude Audio Art / Recent Investigations and Becoming of Sound Art 01

Date(s): Jan 30th 2019
Jan 31st 2019
Feb 6th 2019
Feb 7th 2019
Feb 13th 2019

Registration Date(s): Jan 9 to 29 2019

Training

OBORO, 2013

In this workshop, we will look at recent history, current trends and particularly at the potential future of sound art.

What happens to sound art (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_art), audio art and sound installation? What happens to their relationship with acoustics, audiences and technologies? What is the effect and scope of the sound artworks presented in the exhibition space, in the natural or industrial liminal spaces and contexts of electronic art festivals?

Audio art has many listed practices, and new avenues are emerging. Each milieu has its specific culture and practices: the underground, electronic music communities, university research. There is also a wide array of aesthetics in sound creation: noise, minimalist, maximalist, etc. The ways of doing things are also varied: installation, ephemeral gestures, DIY and collaborative practices, network … This proliferation of approaches deserves to be studied according to three orientations: the recent past which informs the present of the approaches to creation, which can induce new avenues for reflection and action in the future.

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OBORO, 2013

Érick d’Orion (b.1975) is a curator, sound and new media artist as well as a self-taught composer and musician, based in Montreal since 2015 and previously from Quebec City since 1993. Most of his work with sound focuses on digital maximizing and is closely related to noise, musique concrète, free jazz and electro-acoustic music.

Stéphane Claude is an electronic_acoustic composer and sound engineer. His research is based on integrating a conceptual and physiological framework of audio recording and sound installation for different diffusion contexts in the electronic arts.

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