The Pulse of the Earth and sonification

AI and Society 27 (2):277-279 (2012)

Le Souffle de la Terre/The Pulse of the Earth is an on-going sound work (1996–20–) by the artist L. Abenavoli. She outlines the sonification methods employed in the making of the work in an analysis of its technical and conceptual features. The work is described in terms of her artistic objectives.
Keywords Sound art  Earth art  Sound installation  Interdisiplinarity  Sonification  Art-science
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DOI 10.1007/s00146-011-0358-y
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