(Video) Sculpture Finds A New Use For Vinyl Records

(Video) Sculpture Finds A New Use For Vinyl Records

Art collective Sculpture use vinyl records in a new way as part of their audio-visual performance systems.

Lisa Baldini
  • 1 march 2010

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Combining audio and visual elements has been the preoccupation of many artists since John Cage’s days. London-based Sculpture offers a new take on the audio-visual mix with their custom-outfitted vinyl records and tape systems. Surprisingly, the records are used as a visual element; while being played, they enable images to come alive–and allow for live analogue mixing with the sound accompaniment.

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