Not for Human Consumption
November 15, 2012
CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Art Practice) is excited to announce Not for Human Consumption; an online exhibition curated by Julian Weaver.
From the inaudible to the barely registered, the overheard to the impossibly loud, Not for Human Consumption presents a collection of sonic phenomena, tests, by-products and compositions that challenge our, self-given, position at the centre of sonic events.
We live in continuous contact with noise yet the range of sounds we register is minuscule in proportion to those occurring in the world and further afield.
Not for Human Consumption draws together scientific projects and artistic works – including mosquitoes, brain stems, train motors, black holes, hard drives, voibots and electron microphones – that point to sound worlds where objects other than ourselves may be the recipients.
Curated by Julian Weaver, Not for Human Consumption is the fourth in a series of web exhibitions commissioned by CRiSAP.
The exhibition launches on Thursday 15th November with live performances by Semiconductor and Valentina Vuksic.
For more information please click here.