Brandon LaBelle – In Through the Out Door, or Interfering with Architecture

Lecture date: 2003-11-04

AA Tutor Lunchtime Lecture Series. In Through the Out Door, or Interfering with Architecture: as Spatial Trauma, as Acoustic Love Affair, as Social Drama.

Brandon LaBelle’s performance and installation work with sound aims to draw attention to the aural dimension in social and spatial dynamics. Using objects, found-sound, and electronics, the work underscores the contextual through an emphasis on architecture and the aural. His pieces aim to bring about an understanding of acoustical culture as potentially useful in describing the contemporary condition.

NB: Sound loss whenever microphone is not used also draws attention to the aural dimension in social and spatial dynamics.

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