Louise Nevelson was an extremely prominent figure and one of few women active in the mid-twentieth-century American art scene. She is known for her assemblages made up of found pieces of wood that were painted to form unified but varied blocks of color. Often, her assemblages are black, white or go
Pierre Schaeffer was a French composer and a pioneer of electronic music. While working at the French national radio (Radiodiffusion Française), Schaeffer began experimenting with real-world sounds recorded on magnetic tape, pioneering a genre now known as musique concrète. In works such as Étude
Sally Mann is an American photographer living and working in the South of the US. Much of her photography is leashed to her family's land in Virginia, though her bodies of work are explorations throughout the South.
Mann has explored topics ranging from youth, landscape, death, decay, and geography.
Canadian art couple working in sound an multimedia installation. Cardiff first came to notice with her audio walks. Sound has remained an important part of their practice with pieces such as "40 part motet", which consisted of 40 speakers each playing a different voice.