A research project about the changing roles and relationships of audiences towards electronically generated music.
In Western music the role and configuration of the audience within its performance seem rarely to break with their static conventions. But how has the relationship between the sound performed and the listener been modified when computer and electronic generated music emerged? What are the expectations or struggles that exist in terms of a live stage performance and their tangible visuality during such a concert?
The following publication presents a series of different historical events which were crucial in how they challenged the way an audience was used to experience live music and will exemplify possible answers.
Perfect bound / ByW / 55 pp / 1st ed – 2016 / 50 copies