ISSN: 17527066
First published in 2008
3 issues per volume
Volume 5 Issue 1
Cover Date: May 2012
Sound, space, image and music: Hybridity in creative process through technology, interactivity and collaboration
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Authors:  Chris Wilson And  Michael Brown 
DOI: 10.1386/jmte.5.1.89_1


This article explores the dynamic interaction of sound and image creativity through technology. Focusing on the potential significance of the blurring of boundaries between the visual and the auditory in artistic perception and creative procedure, and more fluid approaches to collaboration and artistic interaction through technology and virtual environments, issues are explored through the development and exhibition of original artwork. Developing mixed-media outcomes, reflections of particular aspects of human interaction with physical spaces emerged as a persistent theme in collaborative work, technology providing an adaptable mechanism and medium of craft, as well as an influence on perspective and artistic perception. This article develops a contextual evaluation of the project, whilst focusing on the implications of technology for artistic practice and higher education. With an emphasis on the development and understanding of musical creativity, the virtualization of compositional process and potential for enrichment of pedagogy and artistry are considered.
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