Georg von Wright is widely known for his enormous contribution to the philosophy of the 20th century. But what do we know about his relation to music? And sound, if any?
Two recent independent exhibitions reflected masculinity. Neither of them too optimistically.
Hi-Fi seems to be thoroughly gendered.
Zach Rowden does most peculiar things with his double bass, and does it sensibly and with a meaning.
Mika Taanila’s multi-channel sound installation pays homage to the Futuro-house.
The best in the Helsinki Hifi Show 2018.
The form does not follow the function, it outruns it!
Kombatibel designs makes modular furniture from concrete for consumer electronics.
Analog sound devices are popular, and so is modularity. The sound artist Emma Souharce commands both the analogue and digital sound sources.
Carlos Aires’ vinyl cuttings depict the life behind fairytales.
The sound may be essential to music, but in making a brilliant album so is the cover. And no cover can compete with a LP cover.
There must be fifty ways to collate your record collection. Here are some suggestions.
Frank Gehry’s best deconstructivist work.
When it is about everything, Louise Nevelson named it Totality. For the smaller collages she gave no name.
Time composed and decomposed. By Petri Kuljuntausta.
Christina Kubisch lectures on inaudible and imperceptible sounds at CAMP high in the French Pyrenees.
Where technology, theatre, applied art, sound art and new media meet.
The new National Museum of Estonia is taking off from the old runway.
Children of the Flowers of Evil is an insightful trip to Estonian Decadent Art. A strong case for technological pessimism?
Music, art, engineering. In all of us.
Is he interesting? Is it music?
Reflections on Paul Klee’s Twittering Machine.
Michael Lavorgna’s images tell you more about your relationship to mechanics and technology than you actually knew.
The specialist in digital images answers questions about digital audio.
In Raza Kazim’s evolutionary thinking, music and sound play a major role.
And his six steps. A finished work decomposed questioning over-determination.
Ever thought how Dave Brubeck’s Take Five would sound if played with a sitar and a small orchestra of string instruments?
Four in the morning she would wake up and start working on her drawings in a manic manner, Bach, Beethoven or Dvorak on the background.
Musicians too have pursued simplicity in their album covers. Three famous examples.
Taina Riikonen’s Skin Archive is a collection of selected ephemeral touches.