Sound art should, can, and will continue to to be presented inside of galleries, museums, and other audio installation places in which sound can be addressed as a respected medium per se. Music, like drama, sets up a series of conflicts and resolutions, either on a larger or small scale. But what about other sound recorded instances, audio designs and odd spectacular moments?
While it may be true that we gather the majority of our information visually, and that we are more responsive to visual than aural stimuli, as light is faster than sound, it's equally true (duh) that no one is comfortable with silence any more than they're comfortable with darkness , "aren't you still scared of the dark?"
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this is a Jane Public work_in_progress ...
All hurricane sound recordings completed 10/29/12.
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