Audiovisual art

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Audiovisual art is the exploration of kinetic abstract art and music set in relation to each other. It includes visual music, abstract film, audiovisual performances and installations.[citation needed]

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  • John Whitney (animator), "Digital Harmony - On the Complementarity of Music and Visual Art", Byte Books, 1980
  • Adriano Abbado, "Perceptual Correspondences of Abstract Animation and Synthetic Sound", Leonardo, Volume 21, Issue 5, MIT Press, 1988 [1]
  • Andy Hunt, Ross Kirk, Richard Orton, Benji Merrison, "A generic model for compositional approaches to audiovisual media", Cambridge Journals, 1998 [2]
  • Rodrigo F. Cádiz, "Fuzzy logic in the arts: applications in audiovisual composition and sound synthesis", NAFIPS, 2005 [3]
  • Michael Faulkner/D-FUSE, "vj audio-visual art + vj culture", Laurence King Publishing Ltd, 2006
  • Mick Grierson, "Audiovisual composition", into the pill, 2007 [4]
  • Cindy Keefer, ""Space Light Art" - Early Abstract Cinema and Multimedia, 1900-1959" White Noise, ACMI, 2005. [5]

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