found art

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found art

n.
Art consisting of found objects, found poems, or other found materials, often modified or manipulated by the artist.
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Ciaran is a young alt-folk singer who has racked up over 11m plays on Spotify, while Ryan is a minimal electronic artist who creates widescreen soundscapes with piano, synthesiser and sampled found sound.
Accompanying the images are disparate sounds -- music, including a long Wagnerian interval, machine noise, found sound and silence.
Shlohmo's 2011 debut LP, Bad Vibes, saw him building beats from "layers and layers" of samples of recorded instruments and found sound.
SOUNDSCAPE, AUDIO COLLAGE, musique concrete, found sound.
The deeper I sank, the louder the underwater collage of found sound became, dragging me deeper into NWW's dark and surreal world.
Elliott also noted that the methodology was found sound by independent peer reviewers from Austalia, New Zealand and the United States.
I'm very interested in sample- based music, found sound, electronic music, old blues, bluegrass and old time punk rock, contemporary composed music, 12-tone composition, country, metal, folk, poetry, avant-garde, experimental, fractured pop music, and other things that are interesting," he says.
Intermittent Fault EP is out now and the band play New Found Sound at Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh, on March 15 and the EP release party is at Bloc, Glasgow, on March 25.
The five-day course offers opportunities to get involved in instrument-making and junk percussion as well as learning the art of found sound and recording.
From cacophony to symphony--this is a celebration of found sound.
It's the heartfelt, soul-filled stories that listeners remember, they say--such as the 12-minute radio diary of a 393-pound, 16-year-old from Brooklyn on his struggle with obesity, or the Lost and Found Sound series, launched in 1999 with the aim of exploring the role of sound in the 20th century.