wolf vostell / dick higgins - fantastic architecture
fluxus & architecture. pdf courtesy of monoskop, get it here:
marhaug’s subtle manipulations bring a beautifully darker edge to these far east trip field recordings.
city of wires
a series of drawings by polish freelance illustrator & architecture student
imaginary cities, @oniropolis)
sound (from) art
"Five minutes of the sound of genius coasting. From Clouzot’s Le Mystère Picasso, the mystery unscratched."
|| eduardo paolozzi ||
from Archaeology of a Used Future : Sculpture 1946 –1959
click pic for download
laura oldfield ford
"confronting the polite veneer of redevelopment spectacle…"
from her long-running savage messiah project. writing & artwork documented here: www.lauraoldfieldford.blogspot.co.uk
graham lambkin - came to call me
'Deluxe large format art book featuring 50 new full colour artworks with accompanying text'.
due in april from mark harwood’s excellent penultimate press.
“I grew accustomed from a very young age to hearing the piano only at night. That was when my mother played it. She would light four candles of the candelabra and played notes so slowly and so separated by the silence that it was as though she were also lighting, one by one, the sounds.”
—Felisiberto Hernández, The Balcony
quoted in an accompanying text to haptic’s 2013 release ‘abayance’ (entr’acte e168), perfectly evoking the emptiness of its undulating grey-scale soundscape.
2 willow road
re-opens this weekend with new artist in residence ryan gander showing works throughout the house. these include a recorded performance of his children’s book ‘The Boy Who Always Looked Up’, an extract of which featured in episode 2 of last years ‘Homes Of Tomorrow’ radio series. https://tinyurl.com/mronyay
"Concréte-style cut ups & early minimalism abound here, re-appropriated for the drone age. A place where the found clatter & clunk of everyday meets head on with sci-fi no-wave damage. Field recordings from undiscovered territories are gathered in a cold museum of boney tribal percussion and mutilated antique furniture. Tough yet easy. No samples allowed."