hyper-sound is a technology that projects a narrow beam of sound the way a video projector outputs a beam of light the content of which is indiscernible to the eye until the light hits a flat surface. hyper-sound produces a rarefied psycho-acoustical experience characterized by a narrow frequency response
In celebration of the 11th anniversary of the exhibition SOUND curated by Gustavo Matamoros, Subtropics Editions is now offering a gorgeous 42-page catalog of the exhibition, designed by Arianographix and featuring stellar photography by the late Luis Olazabal. The catalog includes descriptions of the works, a thoughtful essay by David Dunn, and is currently available in PDF digital format.
A Coincidence is the similarities in the sound shrimp make underwater as they hunt for food, and the sound they make while frying in the pan. This site-specific installation also involves a set of natural frequencies belonging to the elevator bay in which the shrimp can be heard hypersonically
SOUND was conceived primarily with
the intent to put forward an alternative
solution to the effective presentation of Sound Art within the context of a group exhibition where the works included occupy a shared space