A deep thanks to Moving Image Artists magazine for inviting me to discuss my work in their most recent issue on Landscapes. Here is the link to my article.
Take some time and hopefully discover some new and exciting filmmakers. Here is what they say:
“So we invite you to join us on a journey over land and sea, through mythic forests and open moors, past farmlands, meadows and fields of standing stones, while delving deeper into the mysterious landscapes of the human mind!.”
I was delighted and very moved when Mayuko, host of Play Vertigo, asked to use my image and track for her latest Play Vertigo show. I listen to her radio show weekly and always find some new music, but more importantly some wonderful insights from an incredible artist whose artwork I find very mysterious and inspiring.
Here is the set list Here is a link to the show titled Drift.
Finally, here is a link to Mayuko’s artwork
Thanks to Mayuko and WFMU.
Tune in on Saturdays or check out previous shows.
I would also recommend his site for info on his films, music, and illuminating and innovative books on the audiovisual. Check it out you won’t be disappointed! My personal fave are the diary entries and the scattered texts series.
A little late on some recent posts from around the globe.
Audio: Special thanks to Pilot Eleven Netlabel (UK) for including Lynlee’s 1314 in their February Highlights edition-Go here
Text: Thanks to Keep Moving Flow(Brazil) for her recent thoughts on In the evening slow ships would emerge-Go here to read
and to L’emergere del possibile (Italy) for including Late Autumn, Early Winter in their 15 most important films in the last five years. This was a special post commemorating their five year anniversary
Audiovisual: Lastly, something recent from a Japanese blog that highlighted A walk in February and Changeable Weather-Go here
Thanks to you all!
Still from: In the evening slow ships would emerge
A really fantastic review of 1314 was posted on the musical webzine LUX ATENEA.
You can go here to read it.
The text is in Spanish.
Big thanks Lux Atenea, Plus Timbre and Una.
Have a listen to 1314 below-
I am really honored to be included in the new EBook 65 Artists write about their work published by Bourgeon. If you are interested in discovering and learning about a productive field of working artists in Washington D.C go here
I wrote about my experience making Baoying Window. A special thanks to Daniel Barbiereo for introducing me to this project a few years ago and Robert Bettmann at Bourgeon.
You can watch Baoying Window below-
Organized by Alastair Noble Featuring Una Lee Annea Lockwood Chris H. Lynn Robert Macfarlane Ed Osborn David Rothenberg Chris Watson Field recordings have proliferated in recent years due to the availability and portability of high quality recording equipment, enticing composers and sound artists to take their studios to the edge of the wilds or down the street. Foot Notes: On the Sensations of Tone, an audio and visual art exhibition organized by environmental/installation artist Alastair Noble, features 9 composers and sound artists whose works map, record, and respond to their natural environment be they urban or wild. http://apexart.org/exhibitions/noble.php
Excerpt of new track by Lynlee (Chris Lynn + Una Lee). The piece was a contribution to the sound interpretation series at HAZE netlabel released in May. Stream and download full track at http://h-a-z-e.org/archives/3518
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