Filtering by Category: "2009"
Recently, I made a mixtape for someone who has never heard one of my mixes. So I gathered my favorite sets along with a couple new ones and mashed in plenty of samples and homemade interludes. It is nearly perfect.
Hamlet perfomed by an ESL class
Tchaikovsky: Valse Sentimentale - Clara Rockmore
Interlude - Mountains
Busking - Aloe Blacc
Slow Jam - Fridge
Roast Fish and Cornbread - Lee Perry
Punk Rock (live) - Mogwai
Zauber - Ellen Allien
Bird In Hand - Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters
Night and Fog - Claude Vasori
Lifespan/M(usic) I(nside) - Terry Riley
Sons of Pioneers - Japan
Auntie's Lock/Infinitum -Flying Lotus
Ursulan Uni - Paavoharju
Haiiro - Twerk
Melody Day (Four Tet Remix) - Caribou
Elegant Elephant – Broadcast
Fuzzy Interlude – T.Carter
The Fallen Love – Pleq
Bookends Theme – Simon & Garfunkel
Kaino Industries – Bibio
Are you tracking me? – William S. Burroughs
Music Box - Cole Pierce
Discover Tokyo - Shuta Hasunuma
Oddults - Bill Wells & Maher Shalal Hash Baz
Mist on the Window - Ken Ikeda
Cliffs – Karen O and the Kids
Shumba - Alejandro Franov
Townsville - The Necks
Nixon Interlude - T.Carter
Pikachu Backhand - Sack & Blumm
Not Hearing a Word - Plaid
Everyday You Give - Marcie Sampson
Sleepwalk - Jonathan Richman
Triple T Blues - Cal Tjader
Destination Blue - Samon Kawamura
Haley Interlude (Cole Pierce Mix) – T.Carter
Kitchen Sink (Clark Remix) - Amon Tobin
Sideshow – Blue Magic
If I ruled the world interlude (C.Pierce mix) – T.Carter
Sugarette (Wax Stag remix) - Bibio
. . . with particular attention to intersection.
Friends and colleagues,
This weekend we are exhibiting new work . Cole Pierce presents a two channel video installation in collaboration with Dustin Camilleri, who created a six channel sound piece in response to one of the videos. Roxane Hopper presents a single channel video called Echo Amphitheater, and an installation composed of photographs and a neon wall sculpture.
Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, July 31st from 6 to 10pm.
2827 N Milwaukee Ave.
2827 N Milwaukee Ave.
I recently acquired ten sculptures of countries through an art trade with Chicago based artist and collector Ben Foch. Read about his project The World in this Proximity article. In short, Ben made a sculpture of every country and priced them according to their GDP value (1 USD to 1 Billion GDP/PPP). The piece was exhibited at the Hyde Park Art Center in January of 2009. I traded my series of triangle paintings that I showed at Old Gold last November. When I was initially trying to decide which countries I wanted to own, I had no idea what strategy to use. I looked for a continent, but there was not one intact due to previous sales. I considered picking countries that I thought were cool, or had interesting music scenes happening, but Iceland was taken and Sweden and Norway are ugly. I almost chose every country in the southern 30 - 45 latitude region. Instead, I picked countries for formal reasons, their size and shape and sexy curves.