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07/10/2013 06:03 pm ET

Dannielle Tegeder on the ImageBlog

Library of Abstract Sound, 2009-2012. Installation with 130 drawings and audio component. Image courtesy of artist.
This image illustrates a long term drawing project entitled, “The Library of Abstract Sound” started in 2009. It is a multi-media installation of two hundred drawings that are enclosed in a room installed on shelves. Each drawing acts as a score and there is a one to three minute long audio piece that accompanies each piece. The audio was created through a program that was written for this project that scans the piece and translates it into sound. It’s another way in which I’ve been trying to make abstraction more accessible to audiences. A version of this work will also be on display at the Wellin

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