Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
Redefining curatorial practice for those working with new kinds of art.
See This Sound
A companion volume to 2009's See This Sound, this all-embracing compendium brings together texts on the various art forms that have combined sound and image.
Artists and writers reconsider the relationship between the body and electronic technology in the twenty-first century through essays, artworks, and an encyclopedic "Abecedarius of the New Sensorium."
Sound art’s roots can be found in the experimental work of Italian Futurism, Dada, and later the Fluxus group and the pioneering efforts of the American composer and artist John Cage.
Essays and images that map art's new sonic cosmos, illustrated in color throughout.
Sounding New Media
Dyson examines the long-neglected role of sound and audio in the development of new media theory and practice with an emphasis on sound, embodiment, art, and technological interactions.
Sounding the Gallery
"Sounding the Gallery" explores the first decade of creative video work, focusing on the ways in which video technology was used to dissolve the boundaries between art and music.
Tactics of Interfacing
How digital technologies affect the way we conceive of the self and its relation to the world, considered through the lens of media art practices.
Commissioned in association with the Govett-Brewster’s 2018 exhibition "Sensory Agents", "Tangible/Intangible: The Sound of Sculpture" looks to sculptural practices that explicitly employ sound as a medium.
These essays trace Ascott’s meditations on the formation of consciousness through the intertwined cultural histories of art and technology from the 1960s to the present.