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New podcast: COMPOSING WITH PROCESS: PERSPECTIVES ON GENERATIVE AND SYSTEMS MUSIC #8.2. Exclusive works by Keith Fullerton Whitman and Carl Michael von Hausswolff
Curated by Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore. Narrated by Connie Treanor.
Each episode of this series is followed by a special accompaniment programme of exclusive music by some of the leading sound artists and composers working in the field. This show presents two process-led works by American composer Keith Fullerton Whitman and Swedish artist Carl Michael von Hausswolff.
More info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130325/Composingwithprocess8.2_eng.pdf
00:01:11 Keith Fullerton Whitman 'Nadra Phalanx', 2012 (77'44'')
01:18:55 Carl Michael von Hausswolff 'Cairo IV (undone)', 2010 (28'13'')
Previous episodes: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/composingwithprocess_tag
This is really amazing stuff... I think some sort of ambient art installation where the music changes based on the weather (say in some sort of outdoor amphitheatre) would be amazing.
Really amazing group of artists in collaboration and/or remixing one another. Purchase benefits a good cause. Im excited to give it a listen and report back on my favorites
"All the funds generated by the sales of this album will be donated directly to City Plaza Hotel, a squatted refuge located in the heart of Athens, Greece, organized for and by migrants from Africa and Asia. These funds will support their struggle to provide material needs for those fleeing economic, environmental, political and military disasters in their home countries. At City Plaza Hotel residents work together in ways that center their own agency, dignity and solidarity with each other.
This compilation in no way claims to represent the voices of refugees and migrants, nor does it represent the scores of incredible musicians from the Middle East, North Africa or Central America whose communities are being disrupted by mass migration. Rather, the artists participating in this compilation recognize that their lives and art have benefitted from the relative ease with which they are able to move across borders, performing for international audiences and developing relationships across cultures. Some of the artists involved are the children of immigrants, or have their own experiences of migration and relocation. All of them share a belief in a basic freedom of movement and stand in solidarity with those migrants and refugees who are struggling to make a better life for their families and themselves. "