Noise in Order: THE FIGHT BETWEEN CARNIVAL AND LENT (2019)
Noise is the random superposition of several harmonic vibrations of different frequency and amplitude. The proportion between the partial vibrations is not an integer number.
Hameg instruments: Was ist Rauschen? (2017)
Gorski, Markus: Overtone series (2019)
Ohrberg, Mick: White noise spectrum (2012)
NemArt: White Noise (2013)
For despite the death it contains, noise carries order within itself. But noise does in fact create a meaning. The very absence of meaning in pure noise, frees the listener’s imagination. The absence of meaning is in this case the presence of all meanings, absolute ambiguity, a construction outside of meaning. It makes possible the creation of a new order on another level of organization, of a new code in a new network
Attali, Jacques: Noise: The Political Economy of Music (1977)
Bruegel the Elder, Pieter: The Fight between Carnival and Lent (1559)
Noise in Order: cycle of noise (2019)
Noise is any meaningful gesture that contradicts a present man-made order, on which it is superimposed. In excess noise overthrows the present order paving the way for a new one.