Fundamentals of an Aesthetic discovery
Fri, Sep 4, 2009
very interesting take Alvaro, thank you, made me think about the concept of "noise" once considered an "error" and today considered in some circles the "interesting" aspect of both visual and audio aesthetics.
''We therefore invite young musicians of
talent to conduct a sustained observation of
all noises, in order to understand the various
rhythms of which they are composed, their
principal and secondary tones. By comparing
the various tones of noises with those of
sounds, they will be convinced of the extent
to which the former exceeds the latter. This
will afford not only an understanding, but
also a taste and passion for noises.''
Luigi Russolo (1913)
would you consider 'Noise' to be a failure of order (or possibly of perception of hidden orders) that when turned around, transforms a scenario into a transitory aesthetic discourse?