Shaff, Stan (2014) Audium – sound-sculptured space. Divergence Press, 3 (1). ISSN 20523467

Audium has established a series of ideas, expanding the layers of controlled sound in space and evolving a paradigm for positioning and listening. Additionally, it has taken a new architectural approach to the performance-space, with a potential for flexibility through a myriad of environmental combinations. Through a spatial perspective, Audium has evolved and refined a three-dimensional sound world. From entrance to exit, the environment is an element of the composition. Architectural qualities of walls, floor, ceiling, lighting, seating arrangement, multimedia placement, audience positioning, plus additional expressive spaces for paintings, sculptural projects, and a wide range of environmental insertions provide compositional potential. Space becomes a critical element of composition.

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