A series of twelve releases, each presenting a short piece by two artists.
Lawrence English & Jeph Jerman, Ben Owen & Michael Pisaro, Alfredo Costa Monteiro & Lee Patterson , Ferran Fages & Bhob Rainey, Jon Mueller & Gino Robair, David Dunn & Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes, Rhodri Davies & Dominic Lash, Robert Curgenven & Jez riley French, Loren Chasse & Adam Sonderberg and Katherine Young, Eric La Casa & Tarab, Martin Kuchen & Will Guthrie, Angharad Davies & Mark Wastell and Jonathan McHugh
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21 realisations of George Brecht’s Water Yam with contributions from:
Daniel Barbiero, Jason Brogan & Mustafa Walker, Jack Callahan, Carousel Collective, Stephen Cornford (pictured) , Loren Chasse, Anders Dahl, Neil Davidson & Liene Rozite, Jessie Downs, Douglas Farrand, Peter Freeman, Jesse Goin, Tristan Gordon, John Grzinich, David Grundy, Porter James, Phil Julian, Jason Kahn, Kate Lash & Dominic Lash, Henrik Olsson, Karin Rosenthal & Dean Rosenthal, David R J Stent, Michael T. Bullock, Stefan Thut.
Michael Pisaro’s Only [Harmony Series #17]
21 realisations of Michael Pisaro’s Only [Harmony Series #17]. Each performed within the month of August 2009. Co-curated by Jason Brogan. With contributions from:
Casey Anderson, Jason Brogan, Barry Chabala, Joseph Clayton Mills, Rhodri Davies, Julia Eckhardt, Patrick Farmer, Julia Holter, Sarah Hughes, Ryan Jewell, Jason Kahn, Richard Kamerman, Ben Owen, Michael Pisaro, Jez riley French, Steve Roden, Vanessa Rossetto, James Saunders, Sam Sfirri, Adam Sonderberg, Manfred Werder,
Live recordings from Radio Študent in Ljubljana, Slovenia. With music by Tim Blechmann, Michael Bruckner, Chip Shop Music, Klaus Filip, Tomaž Grom, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Franz Hautzinger, Marko Karlovčec, Enrico Malatesta, Seijiro Murayama, Matija Schellander, Irena Tomažin, Lawrence Williams, Nate Wooley.
Established in 1969 by the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana, Radio Študent is one of Europe’s oldest and strongest non-commercial, alternative radio stations. Its diverse and dedicated programme activities encompass presenting and evaluating different forms of popular music, covering and analysing current political and social phenomena, dealing with the many fields of arts and humanities, following and critically dissecting student and university politics and policies, enacting radio plays, reciting works of literature and poetry – and quite a lot more.
Image: Jason Kahn’s realisation of Michael Pisaro’s Only [Harmony Series #17].