Expanding conceptions of sound: radio art as post digital practice.
Hall, M. 2016. Expanding conceptions of sound: radio art as post digital practice.
Artists have engaged with radio to expanded conventional conceptions of technology, sound and radio art. The artistic exploration of the 'making' side of radio unmasks analogue technology as simple electronics.
Working from the intersection of art and technology, I have been examining how radio circumscribes the realms of public and private. Taking the proposed ‘switch off’ of analogue FM radio in the UK as a starting point for a series of sound installations, the changing relationship between analogue and digital becomes a politically engaged and imaginative discursive framework which draws explicitly on contemporary conditions of the ‘post digital’.
|Conference||Sound Art Matters|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||20 Mar 2018|
|Completed||04 Jun 2016|
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