Practice as Research: Sonic and Visual Interplay: Copper Vibrations; Glesum and Journal Article: The Placement of Sound in Artistic Contexts

Karen Lauke

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Abstract

The audio-visual works explore relationships between 'what is seen and what is heard' (Goebbels, 2009) by examining connections between aural and visual media, using experimental approaches combining sound composition with moving images simultaneously. The projects sought to question whether cinematic techniques can create diachronical musical and visual synchronicity and collisions.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOther
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Cinematic Techniques
Practice as Research
Copper
Aural
Placement
Synchronicity
Visual Media
Sound

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