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Sampling Beyond Sound: Contemporary Sound Art and Popular Music

Heuvingh, Nathan (2014) Sampling Beyond Sound: Contemporary Sound Art and Popular Music. [MRP]

Item Type: MRP
Creators: Heuvingh, Nathan

It is increasingly evident that popular music is utilized or appropriated as a point of reference in the works of various contemporary sound artists. Not only are artists sampling visual, material and sonic elements of popular music culture, they are doing so with an unprecedented awareness of issues within the sonic realm. To analyze the use of popular music materials in sound-based art, this MRP examines works by Dave Dyment, Laurel Woodcock and Christof Migone, three contemporary artists currently based in Toronto. In addition to negotiating critical issues in the field of sound, the artists represent the audible through
various media and modes of perception. Dyment, Migone and Woodcock employ practices of sampling, appropriation and assemblage to probe popular music’s visual, material, textual and sonic composition, as well as to raise questions regarding issues of consumerism, identity and affect in culture at large.

Date: April 2014
Uncontrolled Keywords: popular music, contemporary sound artists, Dave Dyment, Laurel Woodcock, Christof Migone, modes of perception, sonic composition
Divisions: Graduate Studies > Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories
Date Deposited: 06 Nov 2014 19:51
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2021 09:15
URI: http://openresearch.ocadu.ca/id/eprint/76

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