DescriptionAzimuth: Sound/Image 7-11 December 2016
The exhibition and associated programme of events explore the creative tension and interplay between Sound and Image. Artists engage with possible ways of narration whether guided or enhanced, altered or disrupted through the Sound/Image interface or explored solely through a sense of hearing or a sense of sight.
The Symposium Exploring the Human Sensorium through Sound/Image featuring screenings, talks and life demonstrations will open the exhibition on Wednesday 7th December at 2 pm in Cinema. The screenings are open to public and will run 10 am – 6 pm from 7th to 11th December.
This event is organised in association with the research project, Engaging the Human Sensorium through Art and New Technologies, funded by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation that builds on uses of digital technologies in contemporary art, creating opportunities for new knowledge, artistic and technological exchange, featuring artists’ works and device art demos from Japan and Scotland. The exhibition travelled from IA Gallery, Tokyo Metropolitan University and Miraikan - National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo where it was showcased between 21-28 April 2016.
Alison Bell, Alison Clifford and Graeme Truslove, Tony Grace, Paul Holmes, Paul McGeechan, Ronald McMeekin, David Scott, Steven Sherlock
Tetsuaki Baba, Paul Haimes, Takaharu Kanai, Yuya Kikukawa, Tomoya Kotegawa, Kumiko Kushiyama, Hiroya Suda, Tatsuhiko Suzuki, Toshiki Yoshiike
Katarzyna Kosmala, Kumiko Kushiyama
|Period||7 Dec 2016 → 10 Dec 2016|
|Location||CCA, GlasgowShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- sound art
- interactive art
- video art
- digital art
Documents & Links
Ozu's Tomb - A Journey
Research output: Non-textual form › Digital or Visual Products
Azimuth: Sound/Image Symposium Exploring the Human Sensorium through Art and New Technologies
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition
Ozu's Tomb: A Journey
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk