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Reflections on Process In Sound, edited by Iris Garrelfs

Reflections on Process In Sound, edited by Iris Garrelfs

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Published by mentai chim
Arts and practice-led research. Interviews.
Arts and practice-led research. Interviews.

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: mentai chim on Jun 17, 2013
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reflectionson process
in sound
issue 1 autumn 2012
The Magazine introduced by Iris Garrels
Interviewed by Louise K Wilson
James Andean and Marianne Decoster-Taivalkoski reect on the
Sound & Motion
research project in Helsinki
Matthias Kispert considers the audiovisual relationships in his work with the artist collective
Mike Blow discusses his sound/sculptural artwork exhibited at the
Kinetica Art Fair 
in February 2011
Holly Ingleton investigates the
Her Noise 
project through a eminist reading
Rahma Khazam reects on sonic materiality
By Iris Garrels
Dear reader,Welcome to this frst issue o
Reections on Process in Sound 
,a curated magazine which arose out o my research interest inthe creative processes we engage in. It ocuses on sound relatedactivities but will also branch out into adjacent territories with theaim to provide a orum where artists can engage in discussionsabout how they create the work they do, what their practices areinuenced by and how their ideas maniest themselves within thefnal artwork. Slippery work indeed!This frst issue oers a variety o themes and perspectives: aninterview with Alvin Lucier, a survey o collaborative workingmethods by the
Sound & Motion
Improvisation ResearchGroup 
in Helsinki, a reection on audiovisual relationships inlive perormance, a discussion o a sound/sculptural work, aninvestigation o eminist strategies emerging rom the
Her Noise 
 project and a short text on sonic materiality.I would like to thank all contributors or their time, but also theinspiring conversations along the way. Thanks also to Cathy Lane,Angus Carlyle and Salomé Voegelin or their invaluable input. I’dalso like to express my appreciation to Tony Herrington or openingthe archive o
The Wire 
and letting me use two images o AlvinLucier. Last but not least thanks go to
or hosting thismagazine and to Peter Smith or designing it!London, September 2012ropis@irisgarrels.com
This project was made possible by the generous support o the AHRC 

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