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In this open-ended post, we present an ongoing-series of images — updated regularly — as an exchange of ideas. A dialog, if you will, between places, the people that occupy them, and the objects they keep.

For, just like you, art, and certain objects such as our unique range of audio products, cannot exist in a vacuum. To function, each requires a home — preferably a beautiful, characterful, or interesting one. But to thrive, each require a counterpoint. A kindred-spirit.


  • Simple, powerful shapes

Church — Barcelona, Spain (image © Sound-Aesthetics, 2007) 


Art gallery housed in a former warehouse, Buenos Aires, Argentina (image © Sound-Aesthetics, 2006)


      •  Showcasing objects and art in industrial spaces

            From Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in London, to Essen’s Zeche Zollverein, to The Hague’s Electriciteitsfabriek, what is it that makes these buildings so compelling?

            Installation art, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London (image © Sound-Aesthetics, 2017)


             Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London (image CC-licensed © Aron Bihari, edited)


            Product exhibit, entitled: 'Silent Fog', wireless audio system, De Electriciteitsfabriek, The Hague (image © Sound-Aesthetics, 2020)


            Art Museum Zeche Zollverein, Essen (Germany) (image CC-licensed © Avda, edited)


            We encourage you to revisit this post in future —  for inspiration and to see how it evolves over time ●


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