Binary Supremacy by Andreas Lutz

Andreas Lutz | Binary Supremacy Kasuga Records (SD Card/DL) In his follow-up to Zwölftonform (2016) Andreas Lutz presents his latest set of eight new pieces, Binary Supremacy. The Kasuga Records (Berlin) release is in a limited edition of 100 copies via SD card and digital. The offering is quite unusual and off the beaten track, yet has a resounding balance between minimal techno and abstract sound art. He is an artist who has shown internationally and who deploys his work in installation form (which I can, of course, appreciate). Lutz’s works, while experimental, have a form and structure that seem somewhat familiar, … Continue reading Binary Supremacy by Andreas Lutz

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Flashback: Scanner + Ryan Jeffery

A dozen years ago while working on adapting my visual installation work with commissioned soundtracks by various international composers I had the pleasure of working with the incredibly talented Robin Rimbaud (Scanner). For one of my installations I paired his with a young video artist, Ryan Jeffery (no based in LA) who previously presented at my long defunct a/v project space, Soundvision. This piece was shown at Sonic Circuits Festival and only recently did I discover the video on YouTube so I thought to share it as it has really stood the test of time, but at twelve years old … Continue reading Flashback: Scanner + Ryan Jeffery

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Voice and Sky by Jason Kahn

Today I’m looking at the latest book/cd project by Jason Kahn, all the way from Switzerland. Here is Voice and Sky on Kahn’s Editions label. The 70pp book (5.5″ x 6″) includes color images of the artist’s installation, and on location, as well as short stylized prose set like concrete poetry. The disc includes 27 tracks with a 67 minute running time, consisting of taped field recordings and intriguing voice contortions, all created by Kahn. Each track is named for the in-situ location in which it was made. At times the voice seems to awkwardly mimic the action, gasping for … Continue reading Voice and Sky by Jason Kahn

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