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Sound By Artists
     

Sound By Artists

by Dan Lander (Editor), Micah Lexier (Editor)
 
Charivari Press & Blackwood Gallery present The Facsimile Edition of Sound By Artists. Edited by Dan Lander & Micah Lexier The seminal title on Audio Art - Back in print. Contributers are Daina Augaitis / Bruce Barber / Max Bruinsma / John Cage / Kevin Concannan / Moniek Darge & Godfried-Willem Raes / Suzanne Delehanty / Jack Goldstein / Graf Haufen / Ihor Holubizky /

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Charivari Press & Blackwood Gallery present The Facsimile Edition of Sound By Artists. Edited by Dan Lander & Micah Lexier The seminal title on Audio Art - Back in print. Contributers are Daina Augaitis / Bruce Barber / Max Bruinsma / John Cage / Kevin Concannan / Moniek Darge & Godfried-Willem Raes / Suzanne Delehanty / Jack Goldstein / Graf Haufen / Ihor Holubizky / Douglas Kahn / Richard Kostelanetz / Christina Kubisch / Marysia Lewandowska / Annea Lockwood / Alvin Lucier / Christian Marclay / Donal McGraith / Rita McKeough / Gordon Monahan / Ian Murray / Mystery Laboratory / Maurizio Nannucci / Max Neuhaus / R. Murray Schaeffer / Stelarc / Rod Summers / Bill Viola / Gregory Whitehead / Hildegard Westerkamp / Caroline Wilkinson.

Please note that this facsimile edition does not contain the Christian Marclay flexi-disk. The book has been redesigned for this edition by Micah Lexier and Matthew Hoffman.

"...a handsome and highly readable collection of essays, apologia, manifestos, and interviews about sound art. There are historical overviews, surveys of recent work, discussions of copyright (a big issue in the age of digital sampling) and even some recipes for reproducing works of sound art." -Robert Everett-Green, The Globe & Mail

"...the diversity is enormous, both in the documentation of sound art and the number of issues discussed, but it's the inclusion of provocative essays by the likes of Douglas Kahn (an intelligent critique of music being a hindrance to the development of a wider sound art) that really stands out." -EST Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781895166286
Publisher:
Charivari Press
Publication date:
01/17/2013
Edition description:
Facsimile
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)

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