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Electronic Boom
Author(s):
Gregorio Soloperto, Ricardo Vega
Institution:
Politecnico di Milano
Year:
2006
URL:
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/140/322955373_6bfad3f822_o.jpg
Project Description:
From 30 years to this part, electronic music has suffered a ramification in kinds and sonority, which is sometimes not easy to distinguish, mostly due to its multiple influences and technical slenderness. This causes isolation in the genre competences, while at the same time, ignoring the strong ties with other musical influences.

Electronic Boom is a 7-day event that guides the visitor in the world of electronic music through images, projections, seminaries and exhibitions. This interactive experience collects pieces from the electronic outbreak and tries to reconstruct all the existing connections between different kinds, in order to stimulate the interest towards new musical dimensions.

The diagram represented here is a concept map of Electronic Boom, where most kinds of electronic music (and relevant sub-categories) are linked together and mapped according to its beginning.

Comments (3):
My New mail is ricardovega@lasuitepost.com .... thanks for your interest.. have fun!

Posted by Ricardo Vega on Apr 8, 2008 at 4:33 PM (GMT)

For any further enquires feel free to contact me at: gregorio.soloperto@gmail.com cheers

Posted by Gregorio Soloperto on Apr 8, 2008 at 5:44 PM (GMT)

I really like this. It's interesting.Can i get this image bigger than 905*1280 .

Posted by Sohee on Apr 4, 2009 at 11:47 AM (GMT)

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