Art or Sound at the Fondazione Prada, Venice, is less of an exhibition and more of a multi-sensory experience. This relationship between art and sound is far from a new concept – something this Venetian exhibition demonstrates by venturing through history, from 1520 to the present day. The exhibition is organised historically, with cross-references connecting the centuries. Works exhibited range from Renaissance paintings of musical subjects and 17th century musical instruments in strange shapes and made from precious metals, to electronic hardware and playable sculptures from modern sound and visual artists. Throughout the exhibition, which takes place in the two Nobile floors of the Ca’ Corner della Regina, visitors must ask themselves one question: is it Art or Sound? Sometimes the distinction is not as clear as you may have thought.