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Interactive Sound Installation as an Implementation of Contemporary Communication Models

Asmati Chibalashvili, Polina Kharchenko, Ruslana Bezuhla, Igor Savchuk and Victor Sydorenko
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Asmati Chibalashvili: Modern Art Research Institute of National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
Polina Kharchenko: National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
Ruslana Bezuhla: Modern Art Research Institute of National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
Igor Savchuk: Modern Art Research Institute of National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
Victor Sydorenko: Modern Art Research Institute of National Academy of Arts of Ukraine

Postmodern Openings, 2022, vol. 13, issue 2, 239-253

Abstract: Digitalization, virtualization, commercialization, loss of integrity, polystylistics, liberation from any norms are the latest trends that determine the development of contemporary art. They influence the functioning of modern communication models that evolve in accordance with the achievements of technology and acquire mobility, variability and interactivity. Interaction between social processes and scientific and technological achievements is increasing, the essence of communication in the space of modern culture is being rethought, particularly, the boundary between the types of art is being levelled. The latter phenomenon leads to the emergence of new instruments and methods of artistic creativity and expands the possibilities of artistic self-expression. One of the promising areas of artistic exploration is the creation of sound interactive installations. This paper proposes a classification of communication models that are based on the analysis of interactive sound installations. The classification is based on determining the degree to which audiences actions influence the final sound result of the creative action. The paper claims that the parameters of the exhibition space are important components of the installation’s structure and form. A dialogue with nature by way of incorporating sounds of nature, their imitations, and interpretations in art objects is found to be a current trend in interactive sound installations.

Keywords: contemporary art practices; interactivity; sound installation; visual arts; communication model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I12 I2 O0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.18662/po/13.2/451

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