All posts tagged Ryoji Ikeda
Damaged format, barcode translations, exploring the Fens. The London-based sound artist talks about three important albums.
Intention and restraint via computerised proxy, captured at The Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art back in September 2002.
Thinking back over a year of critical authority, immersive practices and reviews by the sea.
Immersive lightsound and mathematical pattern, inspired by Ikeda’s recent CERN residency.
Ikeda completes his Raster Noton trilogy with another exploration of the potentials between “sound and data” and “data and sound”.