1. Sound mapping - Collage 1965, Eugeniusz Rudnik (part of the sound) Animation created during Workshop in Cieszyn 2010 — Dynamic Graphic Design with Jan Kubasiewicz.

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  2. A (Moving) Dialogue with John Cage

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  3. by Diego Agulló and Agata Siniarska. Video work that explores the notion of making scenes using a set exchange of last words.
    This video belongs to THOSE THREE LITTLE WORDS series:
    Breatless vimeo.com/36400406
    FIngering vimeo.com/36657265
    Coming Soon vimeo.com/37067632

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  4. Christian Marclay demonstrates his various techniques of manipulating sounds.

    Marclay manipulates a variety of stylistically "meaningful" music, test tones, and sound effects recordings as well as surface scratches, clicks, skips, and pops in his richly layered, transforming mixes. He says, “in my work, the process is very important, to be able to see it and hear it," which is captured in close detail as multiple cameras scan every movement of his engrossing, surreal performance. He explains his "record without a cover" (similar to Marcel Duchamp's "Large Glass"), his method of marking and cutting records ("scores") for performances, the Guitar Drag, and his visual works.

    Once a student at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Christian Marclay became more fascinated by the energy of punk rock music and the aesthetics of performance art as practiced by artists like Vito Acconci and Joseph Beuys. In 1980, he organized a festival called Eventworks to explore the influence of rock music on the art world, and began to make improvised performances with thrift store records to which he would attach objects to loop the tracks. In 1979, he discovered old audio-visual department-style turntables manufactured by Califone, which would become his "instruments."

    Aired on rTV: 2000
    Performance: Nov. 7, 1996
    Produced by Jim Staley
    Directed by Matt Mehlan

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  5. In order to respect the concept of Christian Marclay's work, spectators are kindly requested to play this video a 0.04 pm, local time. If time is passed, please wait for tomorrow or another day same time. Thank you.
    Afin de respecter le concept de l'œuvre de Christian Marclay, les spectateurs sont invités à ne faire démarrer cette vidéo qu'à 12h04, heure locale. Si ce n'est plus l'heure, merci d'en différer la vision à demain ou à un autre jour même heure.
    Du 3 septembre à 11heures au 5 à 11 heures, le centre Pompidou a projeté sur 48 heures non stop le montage de Christian Marclay réalisé à partir de milliers de plans et séquences empruntés au cinéma des 70 dernières années, film d'amour ou de guerre, comédie ou polar, sur le fil conducteur du temps qui passe, montres et cadrans à l'appui. Arriviez-vous à 13h20, l'action se passait à 13h20. HLGfilms vous en offre 3 minutes chrono.

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