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V.A. - Sound
A1Jim Hobart - Maraca Instrument
A2Bob Bates - Force Field
A3Richard Dunlap - The Rubber Band
A4Joan La Barbara - Q-Uatre Petites Betes
A5Ron George – Improvisation
A6Ivor Darreg - Composition For Turkish-Fretless Banjo
A7Bob Wilhite - Two Spinners
A8Jim Gordon - Piece For Synthesizers, Computers And Other Instruments
A9Paul Demarinis - Pygmy Gamelan Goes To Art
A10Jim Pomeroy - Back On The Ladder, The Beat Goes On
A11Yoshi Wada - An Adapted Bag With Sympathy Iii
A12Christina Kubisch - Tempo Liquido
A13Gerald Oshita - Water Preludes
B1Tom Jenkins - One Man Band
B2Bill Fontana - Kirribilli Wharf
B3Doug Hollis - Aeolian Harp
B4Tom Marioni - Drop Brushing
B5Terry Fox - Labyrinth Scored For Ii Cats
B6Tom Recchion – Solos
B7Alex Bernstein - L.A. Proper
B8Karen Wolff* / William Kingsbury - Double Crossing
B9Bruce Fier - Score For Eleven Infinite Rainbows
B10Susan Rawcliffe - Trix Ocarinas
B11Will Parsons / Grace Bell - Road Runner / L.A.
B12Dennis Evans - Location #2
B13John Duncan / Michael Le Donne-Bhennet - Koko Weef 6038


Etats-Unis | Item No: 906058
Vinyl LP | 2022 / US – Original | New
35,99 €
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Item Description
Sound: An Exhibition of Sound Sculpture, Instrument Building and Acoustically Tuned Spaces opened at the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art in the summer of 1979 (and was also on view later that year at PS1 in New York). Curated by Bob Wilhiteand Robert Smith, the exhibition surveyed the field of sound art. The forty-four participants were painters pivoted toward performance, conceptual artists attracted to time-based mediums, self-styled creators of environments, and musicians (formally trained and otherwise) fashioning new instruments from household items and consumer electronics. They were more or less object-oriented and, at the same time, more or less music-oriented. What brought them all together, as the exhibition catalog gamely asserted, was sculpting in three-dimensional space. The Sound exhibit included installations, recordings played in the exhibition space and a series of live performances, demonstrating instruments that otherwise rested inert in the gallery. For a broader sense of the show than a single visit provided, the curators also produced a compilation album featuring short pieces, or excerpts from longer works, by many of the participants. (Artists in the exhibition, but not on the LP include Alvin Lucier and Mike Kelley.) Selections from bright lights of the 20th century avant-garde – such as composers Bill Fontana, Yoshi Wada and Paul DeMarinis; conceptual artists and performance artists Terry Fox, Tom Marioni and Jim Pomeroy; experimental vocalist Joan La Barbara; and Los Angeles Free Music Society members Tom Recchion and John Duncan – feature alongside the sounds of Jim Hobart's tuned jars, Ivor Darreg's fretless banjo, Doug Hollis' aeolian harp and Richard Dunlap's rubber bands. This first-time reissue is limited to 500 numbered copies. Comes with poster.
Item Details
Item No:906058
Format:Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing:US – Original
Release Date:2022
Genre:Electronic & Dance
Style:Downbeat | Electronica | Leftfield
Available since:18.01.2023
Price:35,99 €
Weight:250g (plus 250g Packaging)
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