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Sound art: Quiz


Question 1: It's Sound, It's Art, and Some Call It Music By Kyle Gann, ________, January 9, 2000
International Herald TribuneThe New York Times CompanyThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times

Question 2: Other artistic lineages from which sound art emerges are ________, minimalism, site-specific art, sound poetry, spoken word, avant garde poetry, and experimental theatre.
DadaLyrical AbstractionConceptual artAbstract expressionism

Question 3: Sound art is a diverse group of ________ practices that considers wide notions of sound, listening and hearing as its predominant focus.

Question 4: From the Western art historical tradition early examples include Luigi Russolo's Intonarumori or noise intoners, and subsequent experiments by ________, Surrealists, the Situationist International, and in Fluxus happenings.

Question 5: There are often distinct relationships forged between the visual and aural domains of art and ________ by sound artists.
PerceptionGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel KantArthur Schopenhauer

Question 6: Like many genres of ________, sound art is interdisciplinary in nature, or takes on hybrid forms.
Abstract expressionismColor FieldContemporary artPostmodern art

Question 7: Early practitioners include Tristan Tzara, Kurt Schwitters, ________, Hugo Ball and Henri-Martin Barzun.
FuturismFilippo Tommaso MarinettiBenito MussoliniItaly

Question 8: Because of the diversity of sound art, there is often debate about whether sound art falls inside and/or outside of both the visual art and ________ categories.
Experimental musical instrumentExperimental rockJohn CageExperimental music


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