Brandon LaBelle. Site Specific Sound

“Documenting a series of sound installations created since 1998 as part of the Beyond Music Sound Festival in Los Angeles. by sound artist, writer, and curator Brandon LaBelle, Site Specific Sound pries open architecture and the specifics of locality as a contingent form whose relationship to sounds extends well beyond acoustical phenomena. It suggests ways to understand the fabrication of space through sounds as a central lens, and architecture itself as a strategy for the construction of sound events.”

cm 20×23; pp. 72; 25 COL e 10 BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Errant Bodies Press, Los Angeles, 2003.

ISBN: 9780965557061 | 0965557065

ID: AM-8011

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“Documenting a series of sound installations created since 1998 as part of the Beyond Music Sound Festival in Los Angeles. by sound artist, writer, and curator Brandon LaBelle, Site Specific Sound pries open architecture and the specifics of locality as a contingent form whose relationship to sounds extends well beyond acoustical phenomena. It suggests ways to understand the fabrication of space through sounds as a central lens, and architecture itself as a strategy for the construction of sound events.”