ART PAPERS 41.03 - Fall 2017

ART PAPERS 41.03 - Fall 2017

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Ah is the title of a work by Young Hae Chang Heavy Industries (YHCHI), an artist duo feature in this Fall 2017 issue of ART PAPERS, which was conceived around the theme of sound--as artists’ field recordings, as graphic renderings, as aural memory or evidence, as spoken language, and of course, as music. If you interrupt “ah” with a G, you have “agh”: a frustration, the first half of the word “aghast,” an indication of pain, and perhaps the dominant sound of 2017, a year of collective outcry, derailment, struggle for self-determination, and coercion, but certainly also of revelation.


Luftmensch: An Interview with Paul Holdengräber
Will Corwin
The New York Public Library's "Curator of Public Curiosity" on Werner Herzog, inherited trauma, and the art of the question

Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Terrain of Auscultation
Rayya Badran
"Echo profiles," "ear witnesses," and audio forensics inform the practice of an artist and "private ear" working at the intersection of sound and politics.

Songs for Disaster Relief: An Interview with Samson Young
Vivian Chui
Do they know it's Christmas? Yes, they do. Charity jingles chart the rise of neoliberalism at the Hong Kong pavilion in Venice.

Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries
Blythe Sheldon
Flash animation to make a frenzied bid for utopia, sex, freedom, and jazz 

Psychopompopolis x Waves of Disaster Remix
Erin Jane Nelson x Jason Benson 

The Chorus at Dawn:
An Aesthetics of the Tweet
Meredith Kooi
If a bird sings in the morning and there's no one around to record it, did it really make a sound? If the bird is silent, do we still exist?

Four Poems
Jeremy Sigler
The sound of the heart, the sound of "it is what it is," the sound of the typewriter, and the sound of all the phonemes read aloud at once

Signature Sounds, Cultural Architecture
Floyd Hall
Audio tags, album notes, and creative agency, from Afrika Bambaataa to Zaytoven

MP3 Odyssey 2001
Jasmine Amussen
The year Napster shut down, iTunes was born, and OutKast gave us "So Fresh and So Clean"

Glossary: TRAP
It's the sound of the elevator doors closing.

Kochi Muziris Biennale: Forming in the pupil of an eye
Pujan Gandhi 
Gordon Bennett: Be Polite
Amy Luo 
The International of Visionaries
Raphael Koenig
True Faith
Francesca Gavin 
Chris Robinson: Southern Lights
August Krickel 
Marching to the Beat
Glen Helfand
Monica Westin
An Te Liu: Transmission
Travis Diehl
Stephanie Comilang: Yesterday, In The Years 1886 and 2017
Heather Rigg
So I traveled a great deal...
Yuri Stone 
Sidsel Meineche Hansen: OVER
Lizzie Homersham 
Logan Lockner
Blue in the Face
Matt Christy
Stefan Tcherepnin: Forgetting
Paul Anthony Smith: Walls Without Borders
Erin Jane Nelson