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Art or Sound.

@inproceedings{DAurizio2014ArtOS,
  title={Art or Sound.},
  author={Michele D’Aurizio},
  year={2014}
}
The article reviews the art exhibition "Art or Sound," which featured works by various contemporary artists including Doug Aitken, held at the Fondazione Prada in Venice, Italy, in 2014. 
Staging the Kinetic: How music automata sensitise audiences to sound art
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It is argued that the curators staged the automated kinetic as a key historical link between mechanical musical instruments and contemporary sound art, and that they tried to tap into specific dimensions of public fascination with musical automata to open their audiences’ senses to sound art. Expand

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