The Visibility Of Music

The Visibility Of Music
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Matthias Weber
  • 12 february 2008

The photos from these projects show the treasures of DJs and producers nowadays: huge record collections. But, music is loosing its spatial and visual presence. Also, the way we memorize music is changing from visual to semantic. We are more likely to browse through endless archives and playlists or even random play than flipping through our CDs or LPs.

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