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July 25, 2016 AT 5:17 am

Sounds From Industrial Spaces Turned Into Art #MusicMonday

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Here’s an interfiew withJonáš Gruska, an engineer, artist, and musician who uses industrial sound and technology to make amazing, unique soundscapes. via We Make Money Not Art

When Jonáš Gruska is not busy giving workshops on urban sonification, creating his own recording instruments, rehearsing with orchestras, making electromagnetic fields audible, producing compositions for an unused metallic door, or organizing a solar-powered (experimental) music festival called ZVUK, you’ll find him under bridges, inside bridges, in ventilation systems or near oil refineries exploring the surprising psychoacoustic properties of spaces and materials we might otherwise ignore.

 

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