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Ryoji Ikeda | data.path

Born in 1966, the japanese Ryoji Ikeda started working in the world of music, a field that he would soon face up to the computer and from which he would jump towards visual creation and the multidisciplinary use of very varied artistic techniques, such as performance and the installation. Self-taught, he achieved with his technique an extremely precise aesthetic, to open …

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Saul Bass | Famous title sequences from Preminger to Scorsese

Some of the most remarkable opening titles designed by Saul Bass, sometimes in collaboration with his wife Elaine Bass. From “The Man with the Golden Arm” (1955) to “Casino” (1995), this video represents a substantial part of his creative legacy in chronological order. A NOTE ON COPYRIGHT: My only purpose in creating this video was to share these sequences with …

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Ray Cathode | Waltz in Orbit

B-side to the 7″ vinyl single ‘Time Beat’ by Ray Cathode (1962, Parlophone, UK) Cat#: R 4901 Written by B.B.C. Radiophonics Produced by George Martin “Waltz In Orbit” was written especially for this release. It was credited to the pseudonym “Ray Cathode”, actually Maddalena Fagandini and future Beatles producer George Martin. Fagandini worked at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The single …

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Andre Borges | Inside-Out

Andre Borges performs ‘Inside-Out” at the Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton- UK. The work involves the use of live inner body sounds as musical material, combined with sounds of other music instruments and light bulbs that are controlled by the body sounds using Arduino technology. The video was recorded during his degree show in performance and Visual Arts at the University …

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Maurizio Chiantone | Skēnè :: InVisible Streams

Skēnè The Poetics of Skēnè – Draft   /  This work is measured with iron, more precisely with non-disposed and rusted pipes, but theses, shiny, vibrant, stacked to structure windmill-like bamboo columns that rigid tools defined for drawing a useful volume. Building builder slaves will now become protagonists by becoming architecture themselves that is well placed in post-modern and new …

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Pinuccio Sciola: musica ed elasticità della pietra

PINUCCIO SCIOLA: BIOGRAFIA DI UN’ARTISTA SENZA TEMPO Quando non ero e non era il tempo. Quando il caos dominava l’universo. Quando il magma incandescente celava il mistero della mia formazione. Da allora il mio tempo è rinchiuso in una crosta durissima. Ho vissuto ere geologiche interminabili. Immani cataclismi hanno scosso la mia memoria litica. Porto con emozione i primi segni …

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Pieter Vanderbeck | Five O’Clock in the Morning (1966)

1966, 5:20 min, b&w, silent “5 O’clock in the Morning,” Pieter Vanderbeck. 1966. This video shows the slow motion of chestnuts and rocks after they’ve been dropped on a hard surface. The objects ricochet off of each other, spiraling in different directions. It reminded me of what are typically used as objects in still life drawings/paintings being seen in motion. Each rock …

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Walter Ruttmann – Stan Brakhage Tribute Konzert | Électronique Guérilla Orchestre

Electronic Live set – Tributo, Walter Ruttmann e Stan Brakhage 16 ottobre 2016. A cura della classe di Composizione con Mezzi Elettroacustici del M° Giosuè Grassia Interpreti – Adamo Iannelli – Alessio Politano – Andrea D’argenio – Giuseppe Carbone – Gaetano Pepe – Stefano Pascale – Valentino Santarcangelo Regia del Suono: Frank Mastrobuoni YouTube https://youtu.be/YxFMQqLv-5w

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Bernard et François Baschet

Bernard, né en 1917, et François Baschet, né en 1920, sont des créateurs d’instruments acoustiques. Bernard, est un ingénieur formé à l’Ecole Centrale de Paris. Il gère une petite entreprise familiale de bois pendant 15 ans. Mélomane, il apprécie la musique concrète de Pierre Henry et Pierre Schaeffer. François, résistant pendant la guerre, est ensuite enrôlé dans les services secrets …

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The ‘Variophone’ Yevgeny Sholpo. Russia, 1932

Developed in the Soviet Union in 1932 by Yevgeny Alexandrovitch Sholpo and Georgy Rimsky-Korsakov at the Central Laboratory of Wire Communication in Leningrad after several years research into performer-less music; the Variophone was an photo-electrical electronic instrument. The particular method used by the Variophone was a type of optical audio recording designed to allow the composition of lengthy polyphonic pieces …

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