Reviews

Takanobu Hoshino – Untitled

At one time Japanese sound artist Takanobu Hoshino's art was seemingly concerned with the crackling Geiger counter air of his home city Fukushima. The ubiquitou...

Luigi Turra – Alea

When silence is revealed as a translucent, almost imperceptible and delicate vibratory fabric, any sonic phenomenon, even the dimmest murmur, can be felt as a y...

Yui Onodera – semi lattice

Sound appears as ghostly seeds of memory that eventually unfold as a universe in which there are infinite listening possibilities. Today's compositional appro...

Jeph Jerman – 34°111’3-N 111°95’4-W

The way images and objects relate to sound recordings is a constant two way flow. I'm currently listening to 34°111'3-N 111°95'4-W  by Jeph Jerman on the Ma...

Stephan Mathieu – Before Nostromo

Fantasy: is it beyond visual and sonic? Listening: is it beyond visual and sonic? Is listening a fantasy? What's what is actually hidden in the sonic texture cr...

asmus tietchens – ornamente

The atom is a way of valuing the macro, creating a challenge in the way we listen to the conglomerate of micro-noises  that are revealed in the sonic continuum....

josh mason – hellified irie

Poetry is more silent than sonic, because it is, above all, an act of listening. Poems are not sung as much they are heard, like the notes of a guitar, the poun...

autistici – temporal enhancement

Listening floods the perceptual horizons to transcend into unallocated sensory realms where the heard constructs realities in which there are no objects anymore...

tatsuro kojima – refraction and reflection

Sounds are ambiguous, hanging between fragility and strength, within the evanescent nature and its tendency to presence, which in listening is nothing but the d...