Sound and Vision. Looking at Art by Listening to Music

Mette, Hanns-Ulrich
December 1998
Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum Stockholm;1998, Vol. 5, p115
The article reflects on the significance of audio to guided tours in Sweden. The author mentions that such medium is advantageous because it contributes to a productive interaction of the two organs of senses for the sensitive creating a perception of works of art wherein the ear becomes a third eye for the discovery of visual information.


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