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Our cover this month features an artwork by Navin Thomas, whose works primarily try to juxtapose or combine natural ecologies with electro-acoustic ecologies. The material used for the artwork on this cover is from a 'box of junk' from his studio. 'The black egg belonged to a retired veterinarian who procured it from an abandoned emu hatchery on the outskirts of Bangalore,' he says. For this issue on 'Sound in Art', Navin's artwork, quite unconsciously, signals a new era in contemporary art, where increasingly the lines between the inward and outward journeys begin to blur. 'Once there was a composer who arranged sound through a system of rocks and pebbles. I first dismissed it as an unconscious surface aesthetic. Years later, however, I began to consider the possible inherent audible nature of matter. Why represent a rock with another rock? Can a rock be more than a rock? Can a rock lead us to a certain formlessness...' Strangely, the black marker text on the box that he found reads, 'Not of this world'.

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