(1947 – present)
Bill Fontana (born in Cleveland, Ohio, April 25, 1947) is known internationally for his pioneering experiments in sound art.
Fontana attended New School for Social Research in New York and studied both music and philosophy. He traveled to Australia, and also stayed in Japan and Germany composing. Fontana began writing sound sculptures in 1976. In a career spanning 30 years, Fontana’s sound sculptures use the urban environment as a living source of musical information, all with the potential to… read more
|1||Waves Breaking On Rocks Along The Northeast Australian Coast||
|2||The Mating Dance Of Sage Grouse Near Mammoth Lake California||
|3||Landscape Sculpture with Fog Horns (Live Radio Version 1982)||
|4||Landscape Sculpture With Fog Horns: Installation Version, 1981||
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