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Music as distraction

Music as distraction – music at work. The other day I was reading Julie Beck’s piece “The Optimal Office” in The Atlantic. (April 2014). She discusses Burolandschaft, or ‘office landscape’, those workplaces of ‘open plan’ design, those places with dividers … Continue reading

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Audio Ballerinas

Audio Ballerinas Oh, more technology and music/sound! What, or who, are the Audio Ballerinas?  It is a group of dancers which uses solar-power and light sensors to generate soundscapes. The group is part of a larger art group based in … Continue reading

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Pedro Reyes – Weapons into Instruments

Weapons into instruments – Pedro Reyes A couple of weeks ago I found a link on Buzzfeed to the work of Pedro Reyes.  His work fits perfectly into the recent theme of this blog – the link between making music … Continue reading

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Harmonic Fields

Pierre Sauvoguet and Harmonic Fields Pierre Sauvoguet is a French composer/musician/creator. One of his recent projects is “Harmonic Fields”, which uses all sorts of created instruments to make music in the wind. Thus the music generated is always different, and … Continue reading

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