The CAS acquires a major sound installation by Scottish artist Susan Philipsz for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Contemporary Art Society

The CAS acquires a major sound installation by Scottish artist Susan Philipsz for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art - Contemporary Art Society — Read on http://www.contemporaryartsociety.org/news/recent-acquisitions/cas-acquires-major-sound-installation-scottish-artist-susan-philipsz-scottish-national-gallery-modern-art/

Tom Leighton ‘Outwards from Home’ Exhibition Trailer

https://www.facebook.com/TheCynthiaCorbettGallery/videos/2119420988086878/ The Cynthia Corbett Gallery is delighted to announce the forthcoming solo exhibition of new works by Tom Leighton Photography. 'Outwards From Home' is born from Leighton’s recent travels to Hong Kong, Macau, Dubai and Tokyo. [Click for SOUND] Composition & Sound Design by Edwin Hind Concrete and Green Exhibition runs 2 - 14 October … Continue reading Tom Leighton ‘Outwards from Home’ Exhibition Trailer

Isaac Julien’s Ten Thousand Waves

https://youtu.be/lM32TL7VnOw Announced in March 2016, Isaac Julien’s Ten Thousand Waves has been jointly purchased Artfund aiming to get more video work into British public art.  The film had been acquired for British collections, jointly purchased by the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne and the Whitworth in Manchester.  The work will be exhibited at the Whitworth in Spring … Continue reading Isaac Julien’s Ten Thousand Waves

57th VENICE BIENNALE: JAMES RICHARDS UNVEILS NEW VIDEO AND SOUND WORKS FOR WELSH PAVILION

  https://www.a-n.co.uk/news/venice-biennale-2017-james-richards-unveils-new-video-sound-works-welsh-pavilion VENICE 2017: JAMES RICHARDS UNVEILS NEW VIDEO AND SOUND WORKS FOR WELSH PAVILION 09 May 17 Venice 2017: James Richards unveils new video and sound works for Welsh pavilion Cardiff-born 2014 Turner Prize nominee unveils sound installation, video and photographic works at the 57th Venice Biennale. International Venice 2017 Venice Biennale Venice Biennale … Continue reading 57th VENICE BIENNALE: JAMES RICHARDS UNVEILS NEW VIDEO AND SOUND WORKS FOR WELSH PAVILION

William Kentridge – Whitechapel

 https://www.facebook.com/WhitechapelGallery/videos/10154680154098149/?autoplay_reason=all_page_organic_allowed&video_container_type=0&video_creator_product_type=2&app_id=2392950137&live_video_guests=0  Revolution, colonialism, exile in South Africa. Discover the work of William Kentridge. http://bit.ly/2abvXRqWilliam KentridgeThick TimeThe Refusal of Time with collaboration of Philip Miller, Catherine Meyburgh and Peter Galison, Film Still. 2012. Courtesy William Kentridge, Marian Goodman Gallery, Goodman Gallery and Lia Rumma GallerySecond Hand Reading, 2013, Courtesy William Kentridge, Marian Goodman Gallery, Goodman Gallery and Lia Rumma GalleryThe Refusal of … Continue reading William Kentridge – Whitechapel

Jean-Michel Jarre – The Godfather of electronic music

  The Godfather of electronic music 2016 will see Jean-Michel Jarre perform on Friday 7 October 2016 to perform a spectacular live show for the first time in six years. Famed for staggering visuals and the use of cutting-edge digital technology, and seen by millions of people around the world, the new live show promises … Continue reading Jean-Michel Jarre – The Godfather of electronic music

Ragnar Kjartansson – Barbican Centre

  https://www.facebook.com/BarbicanCentre/videos/10154161070829193/?autoplay_reason=all_page_organic_allowed&video_container_type=0&video_creator_product_type=2&app_id=2392950137&live_video_guests=0   ★★★★ London Evening Standard ★★★★ Time Out London ‘I could not pull myself away' Observer Ragnar Kjartansson exhibition in our short film. Book now: http://bit.ly/22CS6vr

Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats

  http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/turner-prize-nominee-catherine-yass-dangles-grand-piano-above-bbc-television-centre-a3298301.html Dangling: The piano at the Television Centre building site A Turner Prize nominee dangled a grand piano from a crane above Television Centre as part of a “final swansong” for the building. Catherine Yass was one of eight artists-in-residence who were asked to come up with work reflecting the history of the former … Continue reading Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats

Catherine Yass’s piano dropping project pulled in Poplar 14|07|2014

https://www.thewire.co.uk/news/31833/catherine-yass_s-piano-dropping-project-banned-in-poplar Turner Prize nominated artist Catherine Yass hit a bum note recently when a planned project to drop a piano off the top of the empty Balfron Tower was cancelled. The Erno Goldfinger designed residential block in Poplar, East London – currently empty and awaiting renovation – was to be the site of a community … Continue reading Catherine Yass’s piano dropping project pulled in Poplar 14|07|2014

Yayoi Kusama – Victoria Miro exhibition (trailer)

https://www.facebook.com/victoriamirogal/videos/1272557509435171/?autoplay_reason=all_page_organic_allowed&video_container_type=0&video_creator_product_type=2&app_id=2392950137&live_video_guests=0   Experience three new mirror rooms in Yayoi Kusama's exhibition, now at Victoria Miro, including 'Where the Lights in My Heart Go'. Continues until 30 July 2016.

Is John Cage’s 4’33” music?: Prof. Julian Dodd at TEDx University Of Manchester

  https://youtu.be/WTCVnKROlos   Published on Jun 8, 2013 Julian is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manchester with a particular interest in the philosophy of music. He has recently worked on authenticity in musical performance, the ontology of jazz and musical profundity. In this talk Julian discusses the controversial 4'33'' by 20th century … Continue reading Is John Cage’s 4’33” music?: Prof. Julian Dodd at TEDx University Of Manchester

A performance by William Marx of John Cage’s 4’33 & Audience Response…

  https://youtu.be/JTEFKFiXSx4   Uploaded on Dec 15, 2010 A performance by William Marx of John Cage's 4'33. Filmed at McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA. Composer John Adams wrote the following in The New York Times review of Mr. Cage's new biography, "The Zen of Silence" : "John Cage....prodded us to reevaluate how we define not … Continue reading A performance by William Marx of John Cage’s 4’33 & Audience Response…

The difference between hearing and listening | Pauline Oliveros

  https://youtu.be/_QHfOuRrJB8   Published on Nov 12, 2015 Sounds carry intelligence. If you are too narrow in your awareness of sounds, you are likely to be disconnected from your environment. Ears do not listen to sounds; the brain does. Listening is a lifetime practice that depends on accumulated experiences with sound; it can be focused … Continue reading The difference between hearing and listening | Pauline Oliveros

Eliane Radigue

Eliane Radigue's still, slow soundscapes made her an electronic music pioneer – so why has she abandoned the synthesiser, asks Pascal Wyse https://www.theguardian.com/music/2011/jun/16/eliane-radigue-electronic-music-interview Pascal Wyse Thursday 16 June 2011 22.30 BSTFirst published on Thursday 16 June 2011 22.30 BST In New York, 1970, Eliane Radigue met her first synthesiser. It was a Buchla, and looked – as … Continue reading Eliane Radigue

40 Years Of Women In Electronic Music

Avant-garde and outsider arts site UbuWeb has shared a 40+ year audio retrospective of women in electronic music. http://ubu.com/sound/leidecker.html VARIATIONS #1. Transition. 28.04.2009 (58' 08'') Playlist [PDF]  Transcript [PDF] The first episode of this overview of appropriative collage in music covers the years 1908 through 1961. The idea of a completely original piece of music is … Continue reading 40 Years Of Women In Electronic Music