VOLUME is neither a musical magazine, nor a magazine about sound art; rather, it sees sound and its “by-products” (music, noise, vibration, etc.) from the angle of the visual arts.
The voice is not something all that obvious when sound is being discussed, Yet, without harking back to the primal scream, isn’t the voice one of sound’s earliest begetters?
Some contemporary artists see creative work as a way of questioning the values and challenging the norms of the reigning culture – a means of thinking in among pre-established categories and conventions.
This fourth issue of Volume comes under the aegis of the double. Somewhere between duality and dialogue, the praxis of certain artists is illustrated as much by way of music as through the visual arts.
Whatever their degree of “fidelity”, technologies have progressively imposed themselves on our daily life, following the example of the telephone…
Le n°6 de VOLUME explore les méandres des espaces de production et autres paysages sonores.
VOLUME Interviews Special Issue
the interview has an eminently acoustic potential, not only through what is said, but also via what can be heard on the sidelines of the discussion.