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Anechoic Sounds : Lori Napoleon (Antenes)



Lecture No.3 of the Site : Sound series features muscian Lori Napoleon (Antenes), who lead a demonstration exploring the concept of silence and the psychoacoustic effects of anechoic (echo-less) sound on our senses over time.

The event was held at Cooper Union School of Engineering, where participants could conduct their own sound experiments in the university's anechoic chamber

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Lori Napoleon (Antenes) is a New York-based musician, synth builder and electronics artist operating a laboratory of self-made sequencers and synthesizers using repurposed vintage telephone equipment. Known for her inventive soundscapes, Antenes treats the studio as a space for sculpting emergent patterns, textures, and percussion layers. Drawing musical influence from the curious and ephemeral sound-world of outdated telephone systems, her productions integrate sounds reminiscent of pulsing analog relay switching systems, errant radio transmissions, cross-continental echo, signature drones and message interferences between wires. 

Lori Napoleon is currently an artist in resident at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn, NY.
 

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