Bill Fontana - Sound Sculpture flac album
Title: Sound Sculpture
Style: Field Recording
MP3 album: 1145 mb
FLAC album: 1619 mb
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Primal sonic visions -venice - 2018. Shadow soundings at maat in lisbon 2017-2018. Sonic Mappings - a permanent sound sculpture for the entrance hall of MAXXI in Rome, 2014. Desert Soundings, Abu Dhabi, 2014. Harmonic Bridge - Tate Modern - 2006. Bill Fontana: Hear Now - PBS Articulate Show Feature. Current and Recent Projects Portfolio.
He traveled to Australia, and also stayed in Japan and Germany composing. Fontana began making sound sculptures in 1976
Bill Fontana (April 25, 1947, Cleveland, Ohio) is an American sound artist who developed an international reputation for his pioneering experiments in sound sculpture and field recordings. Fontana produced radio sound art projects for BBC, European Broadcast Union, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, National Public Radio, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Sveriges Radio, Radio France and ORF. Since the early 1970s Fontana has used sound as a sculptural medium to interact with and transform our perceptions of visual and architectural spaces.
Fontana Sound Sculpture - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. Bill Fontana is an American artist internationally known for his experimental work in sound. He is unique, however, in employing exclusively ambient, rather than electronic, sound. Fontana regards the physical environment as a living source of musical information, with aesthetic and evocative qualities that can conjure up visual imagery
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Alongside this sound sculpture -Fontana’s preferred term for his work, for the ways sound can define space and immerse the viewer-Fontana presents recent audiovisual artworks, which he refers to as acoustical visions, within SFAI’s Fort Mason Galleries. An extension of his decades-long practice of concentrated attention, these deceptively simple video pieces utilize seismic accelerometers, one of Fontana’s most frequent tools. These highly-sensitive devices are designed to monitor large structures such as bridges, dams, and pipelines for damage
Australian Sound Sculptures. Australian Sound Sculptures.
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- Pressed By – EMI Custom Records
- Recorded At – RMIT
- Mixed At – La Trobe University
- Mixed By – James Sosnin, Warren Burt
- Other [Sponsored By] – The Art Foundation Of Victoria
- Sleeve Notes, Mixed By – Bill Fontana
Notes"Grateful thanks to...
Pipe Phase: the Educational Media Centre of R.M.I.T. for providing studio facilities in which to make the recording..."
This album was mixed at the LaTrobe University Music Department.