My Content / My Space / My Music
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This paper presents an interactive sound design and interactive composition aesthetic. Three projects are presented as case studies and underline the importance of audience involvement: From snow [to space to movement] to sound (2011), Melodic walk (2012) and Pointsy (2012). All three projects have been designed, implemented and put in practice, and outline the aesthetic vision and approach of the authors. In the examples above, elements of interactive performance, sound installation and architectural design are blended together in order to deliver a sonic result, where the audience plays a central role. The members of the audience interact directly with the artworks, and as a result become part of the installation. Moreover, by bringing their own content into the interactive scenario, they also become contributors. The architectural space is an important parameter, as the spatial design is key to audience interaction with the music. Technical and aesthetic aspects are presented alongside the experiences of the audience/participants/contributors.
"My Content / My Space / My Music", Organised Sound, Vol. 18, Issue 1, Cambridge University Press, 2013, p.22
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