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18 June 2006
Filed under:Arts Reviews at3:56 pm

I was wandering the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo getting pretty bored when what should I run across but The Paradise Institute by Janet Cardiff and Georges Bures Miller which was a tour de force of (predominantly) aural ingenuity (why don’t more music artists use binaural recording?). Imagine my surprise when it turned out they were both Canadians from Ontario (though now in Berlin I think?) If you get the chance to catch anything by them it would definitely be worthwhile.


  1. hum hum very good !!

    Comment by Caroline — 1 July 2006 @ 10:23 am

  2. There are artists and musicians using binaural,

    there are some on my website.

    I wish I could open up the BBC in the UK to some binaural programming.

    Comment by Dallas Simpson — 22 August 2006 @ 9:13 pm

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