• Jane Benson at VOLTA13

    Wielding an interdisciplinary and research-based approach, Jane Benson (presented by LMAKgallery, New York) develops multilayered narratives that deftly transform and relate back to their experimental source material.  Her recent series Song for Sebald collaged author W.G. Sebald’s novel The Rings of Saturn to create, as noted in a review by ARTnews, “music between the words.” […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 12, 2017
  • The Weekly Splice of Paul Fraser

    In his latest series Weekly Splice, Fraser collects one recorded sound or other non-copyrighted sounds per day.  Each Sunday he gives himself less than two hours to splice together seven sounds to great short songs and soundscapes.  Enjoy a fresh splice each week! Installation Magazine:  Would you be able to speak a bit more about the […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Behind The Momentum of United Visual Artists

    United Visual Artists talk to Installation about their latest installation Momentum at The Curve, Barbican Centre.  Understand the technology behind the collective’s immersive environment showcasing the physicality of the space through light and sound.  If you find yourself in London do not miss this experience, it is open to the public until 1 June, 2014.   Matthew Clark, […]

    United Visual Artists 0 Comments March 20, 2014
  • Experience the Performance of Marco Donnarumma

    Marco Donnarumma pushes boundaries.  The performer uses his body to express thoughts, sentiments and fears. What your body can do? It can breathe, sweat, pulsate, bleed, cry, jump, walk and run, stay still, wait, think, feel and perceive, see, touch, smell, read, write and learn, communicate, surprise, seduce, entertain, love, die and become ashes.  Action, sensation, […]

    Marco Donnarumma 0 Comments December 6, 2013
  • Progeny: An International Collaborative Project

    Artists are creatures of habit and their methodology and fastidious nature can be likened to other creatures in nature.  The Progeny Project was conceived by sound artist, Luke Aaron Clark and visual artist, Bryce Hammond.  “Progeny” is defined as “a descendant or the descendants of a person, animal, or plant; offspring.”   The immersive architectural sound installation measuring […]

    Luke Aaron Clark 0 Comments November 27, 2013
  • Sound: The Blaster by Nixon

    Best known for their bold time pieces, Nixon’s wireless speaker called “The Blaster” is one solid piece of sonic engineering.  It’s rugged design is shock resistant, water resistant and will play for 12 continuous hours with precision tuned acoustics.  Operating over bluetooth, the speaker can also double as a speaker phone when you have to […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 13, 2013