Buncefield Soundsystem

Performance


Brown, A (2018). Buncefield Soundsystem. The Photographer's Gallery, London
CreatorsBrown, A
Description

A performance as part of an event celebrating 25 years of Adobe Photoshop, probably the world's leading digital image postproduction package. Buncefield Soundsystem was a performance invlving sound and image, in which photographic images were stored on analogue media (vinyl discs, audio tapes) and then played back from disc, enabling the performer to DJ with images.

Keywordsphotography; data storage; performance art; digital culture
Date2018
Publication process dates
Deposited22 Jun 2018
Publication dates
Print16 Mar 2018
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CC BY-NC 4.0
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