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Soundsuit (2012) at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh--made of "buttons, wire, bugle beads, basket/wood, upholstery, and mannequin" (from museum placard). A rear view of the neck and head (my photo did not come out) suggests the flaring out of an old Victrola speaker.

 

Nick Cave (born 1959 in Fulton, Missouri) is an African-American artist, fabric sculptor, dancer, fashion designer, teacher, and clothing designer. As a dancer, he trained with Alvin Ailey. Since his first soundsuit in 1992, Nick Cave has created over 500 used in kinetic performance and static artworks. Wikipedia states ""Soundsuits camouflage the body, masking and creating a second skin that conceals race, gender, and class, forcing the viewer to look without judgment. In using everyday objects, Cave can create an atmosphere of familiarity while rearranging the objects into interpretive representations of both social and material culture."

 

Again from the museum placard: "Nick Cave creates elaborate costumes from a variety of everyday materials and found objects--buttons, beads, dolls, stuffed animals, fake flowers, fur, feathers, sticks--densely assembled into fantastic sculptural outfits intended for both exhibition and performance. These 'soundsuits' provide a multisensory experience: color, texture, and--when performed--sound and movement. Among Cave's influences are African masquerades, in which the performer's individual identity is concealed and taken over by the 'persona' of the costume, though the costume is activated by the person within. In the same way that masquerade ensembles are defined by accompanying music and dance, Cave's soundsuits are transformed by movement and sound. Even at rest, the soundsuits are visually powerful and highly compelling objects, suggesting the body even in its absence."

 

Some worthwhile links--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Cave_(performance_artist)

art21.org/artist/nick-cave/

publicdelivery.org/nick-cave-soundsuits/

 

Cave has created art works significant for social issues such as racial tensions and violence against black men. He also has done large-scale installations and mixed media, one being TM 13, a sculpture that honors Trayvon Martin and his death in 2012.

 

The following 50-second video illustrates the soundsuit in a performance aspect:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzaKTMC2HHQ&fbclid=IwAR2lidna... (50 second video)

 

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The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information view:

www.whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

Oil on canvas with sequins, 161.6 x 156.2 cm. The Museum Of Modern Art, New York

 

Here a woman with brown curls and a white, blue, and pink flounced dress dances in the Paris nightclub Bal Tabarin. Elements of the work point to current events—the Arab riding a camel refers to the Turco-Italian War of 1911 and flags indicate sentiments of nationalism. In his depiction of Bal Tabarin the artist merges his interest in capturing the dynamism of motion, shared with fellow Futurists, with the integration of text and collage elements, such as sequins, influenced by his study of French Cubism.

 

Severini was fascinated by the dancehall as a subject for the opportunity it offered for the depiction of multisensory experience. Here he pictures a woman with brown curls and a white, blue, and pink flounced dress as she dances to music in the Paris nightclub Bal Tabarin. Different elements of the work point to current events—the Arab riding a camel refers to the Turco-Italian War of 1911, and flags convey sentiments of nationalism. In his depiction of Bal Tabarin the artist merges the Futurists’ interest in capturing the dynamism of motion with the integration of text and collage elements, such as sequins, influenced by his study of French Cubism. Severini was a fervent Italian nationalist, but he insisted that his fellow Futurists come to Paris, as he had, to learn about the latest developments in modern art.

Exhibit: "Ballyhoo: Posters as Portraiture"

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Source: Nationa Portrait Gallery

 

Rock promoter Bill Graham helped guide the Jefferson Airplane band to success in the vanguard of the country's anti-establishment hippie revolution. This advertisement for their 1967 concert at Graham's Fillmore Auditiorium has all the elements of class psychodelic poster: searing colors, portraits of the musicians, ambiguous hand-drawn elements and swelling letters that dance before the viewer's eyes. Such advertisments suggested the dizzying, multisensory experience of many Fillmore dance concerts, which were charged with high decibel music, light shows, frentic movement, and often, mind-expanding drugs. The posters, visual symbols of the rock scene and the counterculture, began to vanish as soon as they appeared, grabbed by increasing numbers of collectors. Graham and other publishers produced extra quantities for retail sale, and poster stores opened in all the major cities. "Posters in every dimension and description...are being plastered across the U.S.," "Life" magazine reported in 1967.

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

Into The Vine – a wine tasting deconstructed

Where: 571 Adelaide Street East (at Parliament)

When: Thursday, November 9th at 5pm

What: Wine tasting | Experiential launch event

Who: Madison van Rijn,Studio F Minus, WeCIP, Guillaume Marmin, Atomic3, Xiaojing Yan.

 

Six unique multisensory experiences created by prominent local and international artists inspired by our Ontario VQA wine varieties.

• A sampling of the most popular Ontario VQA wines including Sparkling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir & Cabernet Franc.

• A culinary tasting experience created by Chef Cory Vitiello that enhances each wine type through texture, aroma and flavours.

• Music by Conor Cutz, the winner of Toronto Best DJ 2017.

 

Image taken with my OnePlus

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

Into The Vine – a wine tasting deconstructed

Where: 571 Adelaide Street East (at Parliament)

When: Thursday, November 9th at 5pm

What: Wine tasting | Experiential launch event

Who: Madison van Rijn,Studio F Minus, WeCIP, Guillaume Marmin, Atomic3, Xiaojing Yan.

 

Six unique multisensory experiences created by prominent local and international artists inspired by our Ontario VQA wine varieties.

• A sampling of the most popular Ontario VQA wines including Sparkling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir & Cabernet Franc.

• A culinary tasting experience created by Chef Cory Vitiello that enhances each wine type through texture, aroma and flavours.

• Music by Conor Cutz, the winner of Toronto Best DJ 2017.

 

Image taken with my OnePlus

Into The Vine – a wine tasting deconstructed

Where: 571 Adelaide Street East (at Parliament)

When: Thursday, November 9th at 5pm

What: Wine tasting | Experiential launch event

Who: Madison van Rijn,Studio F Minus, WeCIP, Guillaume Marmin, Atomic3, Xiaojing Yan.

 

Six unique multisensory experiences created by prominent local and international artists inspired by our Ontario VQA wine varieties.

• A sampling of the most popular Ontario VQA wines including Sparkling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir & Cabernet Franc.

• A culinary tasting experience created by Chef Cory Vitiello that enhances each wine type through texture, aroma and flavours.

• Music by Conor Cutz, the winner of Toronto Best DJ 2017.

 

Image taken with my OnePlus

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information view:

www.whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information view:

www.whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

Into The Vine – a wine tasting deconstructed

Where: 571 Adelaide Street East (at Parliament)

When: Thursday, November 9th at 5pm

What: Wine tasting | Experiential launch event

Who: Madison van Rijn,Studio F Minus, WeCIP, Guillaume Marmin, Atomic3, Xiaojing Yan.

 

Six unique multisensory experiences created by prominent local and international artists inspired by our Ontario VQA wine varieties.

• A sampling of the most popular Ontario VQA wines including Sparkling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir & Cabernet Franc.

• A culinary tasting experience created by Chef Cory Vitiello that enhances each wine type through texture, aroma and flavours.

• Music by Conor Cutz, the winner of Toronto Best DJ 2017.

 

Image taken with my OnePlus

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

The Maslow Hotel by Sun International opened on 7 January 2013. It’s a 4-star business hotel with a difference, adept at helping you to balance work and life. When it’s time for work, The Maslow Hotel is focused on business and when it’s time to play, you’ll find everything you need, when you need it most.

 

The Maslow Hotel is located in the heart of Sandton’s business district within close proximity of the Gautrain Station. Sandton provides a multisensory experience peppered with international brands, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling African curious. We'll help you navigate Sandton and the rest of Johannesburg with confidence.

 

The Maslow Hotel offers you more than an exceptional location and modern design. It offers an environment where you can reach your full potential by having the facilities, technology and intelligence to facilitate business. The Maslow Hotel is where you can expect to have the best sleep and the best shower in Sandton.

 

For more information visit:

whereyoushouldbe.co.za/page/about

Designed by Asif Khan and Pernilla Ohrstedt, the aim of the Coca-Cola Beatbox is to fuse experimental architecture, sport, music and technology to create a 'stunning multisensory experience'.

 

London 2012 Olympic Games

3 August 2012 (Day 7)

Into The Vine – a wine tasting deconstructed

Where: 571 Adelaide Street East (at Parliament)

When: Thursday, November 9th at 5pm

What: Wine tasting | Experiential launch event

Who: Madison van Rijn,Studio F Minus, WeCIP, Guillaume Marmin, Atomic3, Xiaojing Yan.

 

Six unique multisensory experiences created by prominent local and international artists inspired by our Ontario VQA wine varieties.

• A sampling of the most popular Ontario VQA wines including Sparkling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir & Cabernet Franc.

• A culinary tasting experience created by Chef Cory Vitiello that enhances each wine type through texture, aroma and flavours.

• Music by Conor Cutz, the winner of Toronto Best DJ 2017.

 

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Being in a tropical paradise island

Is like hearing a grand orchestra...

It is definitely polyphonic..

Each lovely details is like a string

With different array of tones

But pleasant and multisensory experience...

 

Happy Monday!

Blues or not...

 

on explore april 13, 2009 #61

A Multisensory Experience on State Street is a one-of-a-kind light and sound installation that creates vivid patterns of color, choreographed to music, along State Street.

The immersive art installation 'The Hive', a multisensory experience of sound, light and vibration within a geometric aluminium lattice structure to represent a living beehive. At Kew Gargens in London, UK.

 

Taken April 2021

Joshua von Hofen & Nils Nahrwold: Responsive Fabric, 2016.

Installation, Lycra and wood, 150 x 200 x 80 cm

 

"The installation "Responsive Fabric" turns a seemingly ordinary cloth into a tangible interface.

An interaction with the surface of the fabric creates a multisensory experience that expands perception through a virtual layer.

Touching the cloth generates acoustic and visual stimuli. By altering the physical form through pressing and stretching the fabric, the object also transforms visually and produces sounds.

With the translation of haptics into sound and image, the object becomes and audiovisual instrument and an interface between reality and virtuality."

 

Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig, Germany

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Soundsuit (2012) at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh--made of "buttons, wire, bugle beads, basket/wood, upholstery, and mannequin" (from museum placard). A rear view of the neck and head (my photo did not come out) suggests the flaring out of an old Victrola speaker.

 

Nick Cave (born 1959 in Fulton, Missouri) is an African-American artist, fabric sculptor, dancer, fashion designer, teacher, and clothing designer. As a dancer, he trained with Alvin Ailey. Since his first soundsuit in 1992, Nick Cave has created over 500 used in kinetic performance and static artworks. Wikipedia states ""Soundsuits camouflage the body, masking and creating a second skin that conceals race, gender, and class, forcing the viewer to look without judgment. In using everyday objects, Cave can create an atmosphere of familiarity while rearranging the objects into interpretive representations of both social and material culture."

 

Again from the museum placard: "Nick Cave creates elaborate costumes from a variety of everyday materials and found objects--buttons, beads, dolls, stuffed animals, fake flowers, fur, feathers, sticks--densely assembled into fantastic sculptural outfits intended for both exhibition and performance. These 'soundsuits' provide a multisensory experience: color, texture, and--when performed--sound and movement. Among Cave's influences are African masquerades, in which the performer's individual identity is concealed and taken over by the 'persona' of the costume, though the costume is activated by the person within. In the same way that masquerade ensembles are defined by accompanying music and dance, Cave's soundsuits are transformed by movement and sound. Even at rest, the soundsuits are visually powerful and highly compelling objects, suggesting the body even in its absence."

 

Some worthwhile links--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Cave_(performance_artist)

art21.org/artist/nick-cave/

publicdelivery.org/nick-cave-soundsuits/

 

Cave has created art works significant for social issues such as racial tensions and violence against black men. He also has done large-scale installations and mixed media, one being TM 13, a sculpture that honors Trayvon Martin and his death in 2012.

 

The following 50-second video illustrates the soundsuit in a performance aspect:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzaKTMC2HHQ&fbclid=IwAR2lidna... (50 second video)

 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work.

 

Soundsuit (2012) at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh--made of "buttons, wire, bugle beads, basket/wood, upholstery, and mannequin" (from museum placard). A rear view of the neck and head (my photo did not come out) suggests the flaring out of an old Victrola speaker.

 

Nick Cave (born 1959 in Fulton, Missouri) is an African-American artist, fabric sculptor, dancer, fashion designer, teacher, and clothing designer. As a dancer, he trained with Alvin Ailey. Since his first soundsuit in 1992, Nick Cave has created over 500 used in kinetic performance and static artworks. Wikipedia states ""Soundsuits camouflage the body, masking and creating a second skin that conceals race, gender, and class, forcing the viewer to look without judgment. In using everyday objects, Cave can create an atmosphere of familiarity while rearranging the objects into interpretive representations of both social and material culture."

 

Again from the museum placard: "Nick Cave creates elaborate costumes from a variety of everyday materials and found objects--buttons, beads, dolls, stuffed animals, fake flowers, fur, feathers, sticks--densely assembled into fantastic sculptural outfits intended for both exhibition and performance. These 'soundsuits' provide a multisensory experience: color, texture, and--when performed--sound and movement. Among Cave's influences are African masquerades, in which the performer's individual identity is concealed and taken over by the 'persona' of the costume, though the costume is activated by the person within. In the same way that masquerade ensembles are defined by accompanying music and dance, Cave's soundsuits are transformed by movement and sound. Even at rest, the soundsuits are visually powerful and highly compelling objects, suggesting the body even in its absence."

 

Some worthwhile links--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Cave_(performance_artist)

art21.org/artist/nick-cave/

publicdelivery.org/nick-cave-soundsuits/

 

Cave has created art works significant for social issues such as racial tensions and violence against black men. He also has done large-scale installations and mixed media, one being TM 13, a sculpture that honors Trayvon Martin and his death in 2012.

 

The following 50-second video illustrates the soundsuit in a performance aspect:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzaKTMC2HHQ&fbclid=IwAR2lidna... (50 second video)

 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work.

 

Soundsuit (2012) at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh--made of "buttons, wire, bugle beads, basket/wood, upholstery, and mannequin" (from museum placard). A rear view of the neck and head (my photo did not come out) suggests the flaring out of an old Victrola speaker.

 

Nick Cave (born 1959 in Fulton, Missouri) is an African-American artist, fabric sculptor, dancer, fashion designer, teacher, and clothing designer. As a dancer, he trained with Alvin Ailey. Since his first soundsuit in 1992, Nick Cave has created over 500 used in kinetic performance and static artworks. Wikipedia states ""Soundsuits camouflage the body, masking and creating a second skin that conceals race, gender, and class, forcing the viewer to look without judgment. In using everyday objects, Cave can create an atmosphere of familiarity while rearranging the objects into interpretive representations of both social and material culture."

 

Again from the museum placard: "Nick Cave creates elaborate costumes from a variety of everyday materials and found objects--buttons, beads, dolls, stuffed animals, fake flowers, fur, feathers, sticks--densely assembled into fantastic sculptural outfits intended for both exhibition and performance. These 'soundsuits' provide a multisensory experience: color, texture, and--when performed--sound and movement. Among Cave's influences are African masquerades, in which the performer's individual identity is concealed and taken over by the 'persona' of the costume, though the costume is activated by the person within. In the same way that masquerade ensembles are defined by accompanying music and dance, Cave's soundsuits are transformed by movement and sound. Even at rest, the soundsuits are visually powerful and highly compelling objects, suggesting the body even in its absence."

 

Some worthwhile links--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Cave_(performance_artist)

art21.org/artist/nick-cave/

publicdelivery.org/nick-cave-soundsuits/

 

Cave has created art works significant for social issues such as racial tensions and violence against black men. He also has done large-scale installations and mixed media, one being TM 13, a sculpture that honors Trayvon Martin and his death in 2012.

 

The following 50-second video illustrates the soundsuit in a performance aspect:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzaKTMC2HHQ&fbclid=IwAR2lidna... (50 second video)

 

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Buckyball by Leo Villareal

 

Large-scale work by light installation artist Leo Villareal. The work's two nested geodesic spheres are comprised of 180 LED-tubes arranged in a series of pentagons and hexagons that contain thousands of individual pixels capable of displaying 16 million distinct colors. Controlled by custom software designed by the artist, the 30 foot tall illuminated sculpture animates Madison Square Park's natural landscape with dynamic, random light sequences of varied color, opacity, speed, and scale.

 

Zero-gravity couches, are placed at the base of the sculpture to allow viewers to gather and contemplate the artwork. The couches and sculptural aspects of the installation reference elements of the park and add a physical and temporal dimension to the viewer's multisensory experience of Buckyball.

 

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I went for a little walk in the fog last night and ended up sitting on one of the zero-gravity couches in Madison Square Park (as mentioned above). This installation is quite a sight to behold and is very mesmerizing. The fog was quite thick last night as well as you can see through the light next to the tower in the background which is the MetLife Tower. Not a bad way to spend a foggy evening in New York City!

 

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This miscellany of 38 texts includes works by Seneca, St Augustine, Anselm and Aristotle. Lavishly produced, the manuscript is illustrated by thirteen historiated initials and three illuminated full-page pictures by the chief artist of the Taymouth Hours. The full-page miniature on display here depicts the Coronation of the Virgin, a scene found in a number of psalters of the period. While the grouping of the figures of Christ and the Virgin is standard, special attention should be drawn to the angels, in the upper margins, bearing censers; while hearing and seeing were the main senses involved as believers came to hear the Word of God and follow religious celebrations with their eyes, the Christian liturgy was a multisensory experience of which smell, particularly so incense, was an integral part.

 

University of Glasgow Library

Special Collections

Devotional and Philosophical Writings

MS Hunter 231 ((U.3.4)

A crop of a panorama shot of Ryoji Ikeda's installation The Transfinite at the Park Avenue Armory. I knew I couldn't capture the experience with single frame photos, so I tried some hdrs, which didn't work at all, and finally tried essentially bludgeoning my panorama stitchers into doing it for me. The chopped up results are marvelous.

 

The photos are massively dissimilar to most of the existing photos of the piece, since they are composited out of many discrete moments of the installation, rather than a moment in time. The installation is massive, and difficult to comprehend, a multisensory experience of audio, video, and architecture.

 

For more information about the installation, please visit www.armoryonpark.org/index.php/programs_events/detail/ryo...

 

This image was made with Microsoft Photosynth, then cropped and colored in Camera+.

All this amazing art work was done by pupils across school during our arts week before half term. It looks fabulous and I'm especially proud of my class' work that we worked on for the whole week, doing a different part each day. The theme was "home is where the art is" and we had The Garden, so we made a garden scene using tea bags for the mud, wet tissue paper for the sky, kitchen brush to make the grass/bushes and cotton buds to make the flowers. Loads of multisensory experiences for the children.

Wes Wilson poster for one of the many events Bill Graham organized at San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium during the period 1966-67. Wilson's posters suggest the dizzying multisensory experience of many Fillmore events which were often charged with high decibel music, light shows, frenetic movement and mind expanding drugs. Wilson recalled selecting his colors from his hallucinatory experiences with LSD. To Graham's frustration, Wilson's odd lettering, combined with "oozes and ebbs and flows and liquidy movement, made his (and subsequent designers) almost illegible. This innovative style successfully evoked the burgeoning counterculture and spawned avid poster-collecting throughout the Bay area, across the nation, and in Europe

A crop of a panorama shot of Ryoji Ikeda's installation The Transfinite at the Park Avenue Armory. I knew I couldn't capture the experience with single frame photos, so I tried some hdrs, which didn't work at all, and finally tried essentially bludgeoning my panorama stitchers into doing it for me. The chopped up results are marvelous.

 

The photos are massively dissimilar to most of the existing photos of the piece, since they are composited out of many discrete moments of the installation, rather than a moment in time. The installation is massive, and difficult to comprehend, a multisensory experience of audio, video, and architecture.

 

For more information about the installation, please visit www.armoryonpark.org/index.php/programs_events/detail/ryo...

 

This image was made with Microsoft Photosynth, then cropped and colored in Camera+.

WaterTile Ambient Rain overhead showering panels provide a relaxing, natural water delivery. The integrated colored lights bring together a truly unique, multisensory experience.

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Welcome to Seattle’s public market and one of the country’s oldest farmers markets. Encompassing nine acres from Pike St. north to Virginia St. and from 1st Ave west to Western Ave, the Market’s historic arcade, winding alleys, stairways and lower levels offer a multisensory experience of sights, sounds, tastes, aromas and textures.

 

Taste what’s in season at a farm stand. Listen to a Motown or bluegrass classic from buskers while marveling over the creativity of the goods in the crafts market. Follow the scent of baking bread down the cobblestones to a European bakery. Peruse comics, collectibles, magic tricks, vinyl records, books and rare treasures in small shops.

 

Take time to wander. The Market will amaze, delight and inspire you.

 

pikeplacemarket.org/explore-the-market

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

Brooklyn Children’s Museum embraces children of all abilities. The Sensory Room is an inclusive space where children with special needs can engage and explore their senses. The interactive equipment provides a multisensory experience with visual, auditory, tactile, vestibular, and gross motor activities. This room provides a welcoming environment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

 

The Sensory Room was made possible by The Joseph LeRoy and Ann C. Warner Fund and by the Brooklyn Community Foundation.

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

Waterfire is an art and music festival the culminates in the lighting of 50 floating braziers in the Shenango river.The braziers are filled with cedar and pine and are anchored in the river in downtown Sharon, PA. The event is a multisensory experience of the smells and sounds of the flames on the river with prerecorded music and live performers. 08/18/18. Sharon.PA

Brooklyn Children’s Museum embraces children of all abilities. The Sensory Room is an inclusive space where children with special needs can engage and explore their senses. The interactive equipment provides a multisensory experience with visual, auditory, tactile, vestibular, and gross motor activities. This room provides a welcoming environment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

 

The Sensory Room was made possible by The Joseph LeRoy and Ann C. Warner Fund and by the Brooklyn Community Foundation.

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

This project is part of AIxMusic, Kepler's Garden on JKU Campus.

 

Neltokoni in cuícatl (Talismans in Poetry) is a multichannel audio/visual poetry performance driven by a disembodied AI system consisting of three generative deep learning models trained on precolumbian sonic forms, poetry and imagery. The iterative performance presents a multisensory experience of the symbiosis between artificial neural networks and ancestral technologies of spirit; acting as a form of resistance towards colonial practices of language erasure by representing vernacular knowledge and forging new mythologies within artificial intelligence art production systems.

 

For further information please visit:

ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens/en/neltokoni-in-cuicatl/

 

Credit: vog.photo

H.R. Ocampo

Cantata

1971

Oil on canvas

127 x 86.4 cm (50 x 34 in)

 

H.R. Ocampo developed his own brand of abstraction which evolved from reducing objective images into shapes and shadows in an endless array of biomorphic shapes. In Cantata, Ocampo references music, and interprets it into a movement of his abstracted shapes by varying the texture, hue and size. Music in the 19th century was understood as the most abstract of all the art forms since it was borne out of pure imagination, and not from the objective world. In Cantata, the artist presents a multisensory experience, a synesthesia, an orchestra of color that engulfs the viewer in its presence.

 

Estimate PHP 4,500,000-6,000,000

 

Lot 153 of the Salcedo Auctions auction on 19 September 2015. Please see www.salcedoauctions.com for details.

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

A crop of a panorama shot of Ryoji Ikeda's installation The Transfinite at the Park Avenue Armory. I knew I couldn't capture the experience with single frame photos, so I tried some hdrs, which didn't work at all, and finally tried essentially bludgeoning my panorama stitchers into doing it for me. The chopped up results are marvelous.

 

The photos are massively dissimilar to most of the existing photos of the piece, since they are composited out of many discrete moments of the installation, rather than a moment in time. The installation is massive, and difficult to comprehend, a multisensory experience of audio, video, and architecture.

 

For more information about the installation, please visit www.armoryonpark.org/index.php/programs_events/detail/ryo...

 

This image was made with Microsoft Photosynth, then cropped and colored in Camera+.

Pizza and pasta are the tried, true, and tasty favorites from Italy but there is so much more to their culinary culture than foods that begin with P. Pay $9 to spend $18 on coffee specialties, sandwiches, and delicious desserts from Lavazza Espression. This bright and playful Hamra cafe welcomes you in much like Mama Italia's living room. Whether you want to tantalize your tastebuds with a cool iced cappuccino or warm your soul with a classic espresso, this quaint cafe creates coffee drinks that are second to none. Since 2007 LE has been offering true Italian-style orders all over the world, and for the first time in the Middle East, they've landed in Beirut. Express your foodie desires when you nab this deal and discover a whole alphabet's worth of Italy's treasures.

    

Lavazza Espression is more than a coffee shop, it is a state of mind, the embodiment of creativity and innovation.

    

Lavazza Espression chain has conquered important markets in Italy and abroad. In just a few years it has become an ambassador for the image and quality of Lavazza around the world, offering a unique style and the 100% Italian taste that have long been the hallmark of Italy’s leading coffee roaster.

    

Espression is an extraordinary multisensory experience: a large selection of original coffee creations and delicious food is enhanced by a warm atmosphere, music and much more.

    

Lavazza Espression: A world that embraces all the values of “Made in Italy” and over 110 years of passion of coffee. Just waiting to be discovered.

 

A crop of a panorama shot of Ryoji Ikeda's installation The Transfinite at the Park Avenue Armory. I knew I couldn't capture the experience with single frame photos, so I tried some hdrs, which didn't work at all, and finally tried essentially bludgeoning my panorama stitchers into doing it for me. The chopped up results are marvelous.

 

The photos are massively dissimilar to most of the existing photos of the piece, since they are composited out of many discrete moments of the installation, rather than a moment in time. The installation is massive, and difficult to comprehend, a multisensory experience of audio, video, and architecture.

 

For more information about the installation, please visit www.armoryonpark.org/index.php/programs_events/detail/ryo...

 

This image was made with Occipital 360, then cropped and colored in Camera+.

Neltokoni in cuícatl (Talismans in Poetry) is a multichannel audio/visual poetry performance driven by a disembodied AI system consisting of three generative deep learning models trained on precolumbian sonic forms, poetry and imagery. The iterative performance presents a multisensory experience of the symbiosis between artificial neural networks and ancestral technologies of spirit; acting as a form of resistance towards colonial practices of language erasure by representing vernacular knowledge and forging new mythologies within artificial intelligence art production systems.

  

For further information please visit:

ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens/en/neltokoni-in-cuicatl/

 

Credit: Moises Horta Valenzuela

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