My new piece “chronostasis”, that I finished after some intensive work last December, will be broadcasted on 13th March on German radio WDR3. It’s a piece made exclusively from clocks ticking and ringing and some clock mechanics, nothing else. On the last day of work on this piece the former radio editor and director Götz Naleppa celebrated his retirement from his job at Deutschlandradio Kultur. Many artists who used to collaborate to his programme were asked to produce a little sound art snippet of exactly 54 sec., which is the actual lenght of his slot in minutes. It was a nice moment on that evening to hear all those different sound whishes and Götz was obviously pretty much moved by the variety of acoustic regards. Here is my contribution, which is in fact a little remix of an excerpt of chronostasis…https://silentlistening.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/sound-wish-gotz.mp3″
- If you read the piece about Robert Mercer and wonder how far you get separating signal from noise, look at this: boatinternational.com/yachts/editori… 4 weeks ago
- Word! theatlantic.com/politics/archi… 1 month ago
- RT @AuerbachKeller: For Bannon, the defects of the EO are a feature, not a bug. lawfareblog.com/malevolence-te… https://t.co/1Vb4NPDt5r 1 month ago
Fire and Frost Patternreleased at "Gruenrekorder"