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Hollow Noise
2011
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Wang Fu-Jui
Hollow Noise
2011
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Hollow Noise
2011
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Hollow Noise
2011
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Medium: multiple directional hypersonic speakers

If “noise” is the abstract form of sound, “hollow noise” is the state of ineffable.

Different from visual art is based on describable concept, the uniqueness of sound art is unutterable. The sound creation is oriented from the intuitive listening experience, from different individual life, personality, memories…etc. The composition of audio art is through listening to develop and organize the abstract sound. The whole process of composing sound is based on intuitive, sensitive, sometimes impromptu and randomly intuition, to link and to structure the layers of audio signal.

Hollow Noise sound installation uses multiple directional hypersonic speakers to generate several tightly focused beams of sound. The sound would like wind which blowing through our ears from various directions. Through movement of the kinetic installations, all these audio beams are similar as Laser light refracting in-between several mirrors.

The artist purposely creates the multiple refractions of audio beams in the space, through our listening experience, in order to create a new sounding space. As waves generated by wind blowing across the ocean surface, all the random noise sound waves travel through the space. Close the eyes to completely experience this amazingly audio space, which leads our imagination and spirit freely release to the state of the emptiness.

ARTISTS
5 artworks / 2 exhibition
New Media Art
As the Director of Trans-Sonic Lab in the Center of Art and Technology at Taipei National University of the Arts, Wang Fujui is well-known for his sound art and interactive art. In 1993, he established Noise, the very first experimental music bran ...
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