The debut of the sound sculpture OPUS in the Manege of St. Petersburg at the exhibition, dedicated to the relationship of sound in space.
"The sound is transcendental by default, it does not have an exact place, like, for example, a body, or another material object." The sound extends beyond the body or any other source. "Man regulates the sound with music that is available for repetition, reproduction, sound objects, they can belong to someone, when the recognized boundaries of the object are understood Expressed, say, in notes, but the sound itself does not belong to anyone. In principle, the noise of the machine can be attributed to the machine, but the sound from the speakers - it does not belong um columns? Not owned computer.
A voice can belong to a person, but, by and large, it belongs, rather, speech, but a shout, out-of-speech singing, some throaty singing - is it, without a visible source, whose? And what about real-time singing?
If the sound is transcendental, a non-everyday sound, filling the space, creates a space of transcendence. " more info