Acousmatic / Artist
Case study: Metronome
- Description of the program.
- Student Projects and Exhibition
- to engage deeply in sound art process, sound as lived experience, and its artistic perameters in relation to a major; art project and to identify strategies for documenting that engagement;
- to experiment with different art practices in tandem with sound to come to multi-modal ways of knowing;
- to situate the self as a profound listener: acoustic investigator, artist, citizen, subject, insider / outsider, culturally and historically acoustically delineated, and as from within the academy as an acoustic researcher;
- identify, incorporate, and apply critical spatial and cultural theory to acoustic art-making and project aims;
- to frame, re-frame, articulate, present and discuss a one’s art work from as a multiplicitous body of work ;
- become familiar with qualitative techniques and methodologies, formulate questions / arguments / manifestos, and evaluate how those formulations are denied, met or exceeded within aspects of major acoustic art projects;
- to design research that is individual and contends with indeterminacy, uncertainty, misfires, and flux that is vital to the artistic process and inherent in acoustic ways of knowing and being.