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  A Tasty swarm of small signals

Other(s) author(s) : Webb, James, [egile] ; López, Francisco, [egile, editore]Language : EnglishMurcia : Puertas de Castilla, D.L. t20101 DVD (180 min.) : soinuaMusika (interpretatua): audioaCréditos
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"A Tasty swarm of small signals" proiektuaren argitalpena.
Publicación del proyecto.

Diskoetxea: Störung.

Partehartzaileak: James Webb, Lawrence English, Francisco López, Asmus Tietchens, Louis Dufort, Alan Courtis, Zbigniew Karkowski.

"October 2010 marks the official start of the Experimental Music Sound Archive created with all the CDs, vinyls and cassettes that sound artist Francis López has gathered and exchanged along his professional career. Murcia's City Hall has embraced this outstanding collection through the "Puertas de Castilla" Cultural Center, a space dedicated to all manifestations of contemporary culture. With this collection, the goal of the Center is the diffusion, research and exhibition of all forms and types of sound art in their most experimental and alternative expressions. This audio DVD - a collaboration between "Puertas de Castilla" and the Barcelona-based audiovisual platform Störung - is one of the several public activities that shape the launching of a large project around this experimental sound archive, now located in Murcia (Spain). It contains ninety-one micro-compositions, from seven different artists from every corner of the globe, each of whom created thirteen 2-minute original pieces especially commissioned for this project. It is both our hope and our firm commitment for this work to mark the beginning of a number of future projects, so the sound archive finds its proper place as a paramount referent for sound art, both in Spain and at an international level".

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