The Morning Line : Matthew Ritchie con Aranda/Lasch y Arup AGU = Matthew Ritchie with Aranda/Lasch and Arup AGU. Eva y. Daniela Zyman Ebersberger, editado por.

The Morning Line : Matthew Ritchie con Aranda/Lasch y Arup AGU = Matthew Ritchie with Aranda/Lasch and Arup AGU

Vienna: Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, 2008.

Trade Paperback. Near Fine with no dust jacket. Item #9416
ISBN: 3950206442

Slight wear. Crisp oblong trade paperback. ; Spanish and English languages. "This book is published on the occasion of the inauguration of 'The Morning Line' at the 3rd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville in Spain, October 2, 2008 until January 11, 2009"--Colophon."With texts by Benjamin Aranda, Bryce Dessner, Francesca von Habsburg, Florian Hecker, Caroline A. Jones, Chris Lasch, Tony Myatt, Matthew Ritchie, Mark Wasiuta, Peter Weibel ... Photography by Todd Eberle"--P. [4] of cover. Contents: De cabeza al rio = Diving in / Francesca von Habsburg --El universo es infinitamente sugestivo = The universe in infinitely suggestive / Matthew Ritchie, ... [et al.] --The morning line / photography by Todd Eberle --Una man?ana feliz = Brave new morning / Caroline A. Jones --La arquitectura en la era del espacio calculado = Architecture in the age of calculated space / Peter Weibel --Notas sobre The morning line = Notes on The morning line / Benjamin Aranda & Chris Leach --Una estructura so?nica = A sonic structure / Bryce Dessner, Florian Hecker, Tony Myatt. " A groundbreaking experimental project conceived by artist Matthew Ritchie, The Morning Line is a fresh new take on the concept of the architectural pavilion, offering a platform for musicians and artists whose work lies beyond normal artistic boundaries and the programming of traditional concert halls. Commissioned by Vienna-based Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and with equipment support provided by Meyer Sound, The Morning Line is currently being inaugurated at the third international biennial of contemporary art (Biacs3) in Seville, Spain.The Morning Line's unique structure, outwardly resembling the blackened remains of a cathedral or historic monument, contains a combination of sensors, intelligent cameras, and digital controllers, along with some 46 Meyer Sound MM-4XP self-powered miniature loudspeakers to form a multichannel, interactive sound system. The resulting sophisticated technological infrastructure offers a wide range of possibilities for artists to exhibit new works."; 151 pages.

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