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The 'Intonarumori' ('Noise Machines'), built by Italian Futurist Luigi Russolo circa 1920s

The 'Intonarumori' ('Noise Machines'), built by Italian Futurist Luigi Russolo circa 1920s

Bicycle sounds, installation sonore

Bicycle sounds, installation sonore

sound compression diagram

sound compression diagram

LUIGI RUSSOLO AND THE FUTURISTA SOUND SYSTEM: For Russolo, noise carries a two-fold meaning: the discordant atonality of machines and also natural non-traditional sounds. Animals, cars, waterfalls, jet engines, trains – the cacophony of coitus and the shrieking of a child crying — all these fall within the rubric of noise. BEGINING OF THE ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

LUIGI RUSSOLO AND THE FUTURISTA SOUND SYSTEM: For Russolo, noise carries a two-fold meaning: the discordant atonality of machines and also natural non-traditional sounds. Animals, cars, waterfalls, jet engines, trains – the cacophony of coitus and the shrieking of a child crying — all these fall within the rubric of noise. BEGINING OF THE ELECTRONIC MUSIC.

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.)

Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.)

the-street-light-study-of-light-by-giacomo-balla

the-street-light-study-of-light-by-giacomo-balla

Luigi Russolo's "intonarumori" in 1919

Luigi Russolo's "intonarumori" in 1919

sound vibrations in water

sound vibrations in water

Fig. 4 – Luigi Russolo, «La rivolta», 1911, olio su tela, 150,8 x 230,7 (Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, L’Aja)

Fig. 4 – Luigi Russolo, «La rivolta», 1911, olio su tela, 150,8 x 230,7 (Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, L’Aja)

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руссоло манифест искусство шумов -

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