Andy Graydon: Hearing is Creating

May 26, 2015

Andy Graydon’s installation, “Figure 1 (these things we know)” remains on view at the Honolulu Museum through May 31st.
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(l-r) Sound artist Andy Graydon, engineer Jason Taglianetti, and Puakea Nogelmeier, who voiced the Hawaiian language segments for "Figure 1."
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  Maui-born Andy Graydon has shown internationally in the emerging field of sound art.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports Graydon is among a growing number of artists linking imagination and sound.

Andy Graydon’s installation, “Figure 1 (these things we know)” remains on view at the Honolulu Museum through May 31st.

Find out more on the Honolulu Museum of Art exhibit, “Figure 1 (these things we know)”

More works by Andy Graydon are on his website.

World Health Organization’s report on noise

Experience Alvin Lucier’s “I Am Sitting in a Room”.

From Andy Graydon’s reading list:

New York Times: “The Science and Art of Listening”

New York Times: “Whisper of the Wild”

Michelle Chion, “The Three Listening Modes”

Max Neuhaus, “Listen”, Sound,

Brandon LaBelle, “On Listening”

Paul DeMarinis, “On Sonic Spaces”, Sound,