February 11- March 4, 2012 The Front, New Orleans Opening Reception/SATURDAY, February 11, 6-10 pm   Room 2:  Headphones: Listen Up!  Valerie Brodar, Curator    Is a compilation of sound art from the first recording in 1860 to work created yesterday. Sound art is a hybrid practice investigating silence, noise, ambient textures, appropriation, soundscapes, indeterminacy, narrative, and mashups encompassing intimate listening experiences, live multi-dimensional performances, sound sculptures and installations that expand and engage the non-visual aspects of perception.    Jacki Apple Lynn Book Paul Bright Michael Burns Thomas Edison    Philippe Landry Lou Mallozzi Filippo Tammaso Marinetti Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville David Moss Senga Nengudi Luigi Russolo Kurt Schwitters Helen Thorington David Webber Hildegard Westerkamp   Gregory Whitehead Michael Winter
       
     
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  February 11- March 4, 2012 The Front, New Orleans Opening Reception/SATURDAY, February 11, 6-10 pm   Room 2:  Headphones: Listen Up!  Valerie Brodar, Curator    Is a compilation of sound art from the first recording in 1860 to work created yesterday. Sound art is a hybrid practice investigating silence, noise, ambient textures, appropriation, soundscapes, indeterminacy, narrative, and mashups encompassing intimate listening experiences, live multi-dimensional performances, sound sculptures and installations that expand and engage the non-visual aspects of perception.    Jacki Apple Lynn Book Paul Bright Michael Burns Thomas Edison    Philippe Landry Lou Mallozzi Filippo Tammaso Marinetti Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville David Moss Senga Nengudi Luigi Russolo Kurt Schwitters Helen Thorington David Webber Hildegard Westerkamp   Gregory Whitehead Michael Winter
       
     

February 11- March 4, 2012
The Front, New Orleans
Opening Reception/SATURDAY, February 11, 6-10 pm

Room 2: Headphones: Listen Up!
Valerie Brodar, Curator


Is a compilation of sound art from the first recording in 1860 to work created yesterday. Sound art is a hybrid practice investigating silence, noise, ambient textures, appropriation, soundscapes, indeterminacy, narrative, and mashups encompassing intimate listening experiences, live multi-dimensional performances, sound sculptures and installations that expand and engage the non-visual aspects of perception.

Jacki Apple
Lynn Book
Paul Bright
Michael Burns
Thomas Edison

Philippe Landry
Lou Mallozzi
Filippo Tammaso Marinetti
Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville
David Moss
Senga Nengudi
Luigi Russolo
Kurt Schwitters
Helen Thorington
David Webber
Hildegard Westerkamp

Gregory Whitehead
Michael Winter

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