Musikkteknologidagene Artist Talk - Oslo, Norway - 2012
by Nathan Wolek (http://www.nathanwolek.com)
In 1937, John Cage boldly imagined a future with instruments that "will make available for musical purposes any and all sounds that can be heard". For this artist talk, I discuss how this quest to make sounds musical has impacted the development of three pieces. These works include an audiovisual collaboration, a sound composition and a multi-channel installation.
** Chapters **
Intro, bio & John Cage 0:00
Mobile Performance Group & water bottle 2:34
Personal compositions & attack 13:40
Installations & harbour view 23:04
** More info on these works **
water bottle (2012) - http://www.lowkeydigitalstudio.com/2012/02/water-bottle-spray-paint/
attack (2011) - http://www.lowkeydigitalstudio.com/2011/02/attack/
harbour view (2012) - http://www.lowkeydigitalstudio.com/2012/09/harbour-view/
This lecture was delivered on 25 October 2012 at the Norwegian Center for Technology in Music and Art (NOTAM - http://www.notam02.no) during the annual Norsk Musikkteknologidagene conference. My stay in Norway is supported by the US-Norway Fulbright Foundation (http://www.fulbright.no).