ABSTRACT. Artistic sonification is an emerging creative practice at the intersection of mathematics and music, which sees big data transformed into sound. This paper considers the practice within the developmental trajectory of Sound Art – and the resulting tensions between aesthetic intent and data truth. pp. 93–111

Keywords: sound art; artistic sonification; aesthetics; music

How to cite: Johnstone, Robert (2015), “Busking the Digital Highway: The Aesthetics of the Exabyte,” Knowledge Cultures 3(3): 93–111

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