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May Events!

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Exciting events coming up in the next week or so. A special thanks to Una for the Soundscapes and Sound Identities symposium.

http://www.paesaggiosonoro.it/soundscapeandid/#eng
http://www.portobeseno.it/blog/?p=6186

http://www.pgcmls.info/node/6459

http://dc-soniccircuits.org/shows/05-15-2015-pyramid-atlantic-223/

Screening at W.O.R.K on 6/8/13 with Khristian Weeks and David Gladden

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This event actually took place yesterday in Salisbury Maryland,  the link is here
I had a great time and saw two really superb performances from Khristian and David. I was actually able to screen quite a few of my films from 2007-2008-which was also really nice.
Thanks to Khristian and David for making it happen! It was a special night.

People’s Park Reverie screened at the Hundred Years Gallery in London tomorrow night! 5/4/13

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I am really pleased to announce that People’s Park Reverie, which is part of my Summer Trilogy, will be screened tomorrow night at the Hundred years Gallery in London. The event is curated by the Zone collective, which is based in Brighton. Here is a description,
“Chris H. Lynn’s three short films, ‘A Trilogy of Summer’ (2010, 2012) were filmed in China: in Nanjing and in Shanghai. ‘Morning Fisherman’ is a quiet moment set by a lake. This film features the magic of the mists which are often shown in the Chinese landscape painting tradition. ‘Afternoon Rain in Nanjing’ is more urban: here the natural element is a monsoon rainstorm. The third film, ‘People’s Park Reverie’, continues Lynn’s theme of water, with its rhythmic reflections and musical colours, in an urban park in Shanghai”. Here is a link to the program. If you are in London, check it out-The program looks great! Thanks to the Zone Collective and Robert Robertson.

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Lynlee on Haze’s latest Sound Interpretation Series: Jack Kerouac

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Lynlee  composed a track specifically for Haze’s latest Sound Interpretation series dedicated to Jack Kerouac. The track entitled “A Taste of Rainy Dawn” has Una and me reading Kerouac’s haikus in English and Korean with additional field recordings and soundscapes. The piece was really a pleasure to make and we hope it captures a certain feeling in the haikus. To listen or download go here.   Lots of great things to discover. More from Lynlee soon.

From the Haze net label:

The HAZE Netlabel presents the project Sound Interpretations. In this project we propose to rethink literary heritage of the 20th century. Over the 2012-2013 years, each month we will release the compilation dedicated to the 12 most outstanding writers of the 20th century.

Pietro Magni’s Girl Reading(Gallery Field Recording, Audio 16)

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Here is a field recording from the other day inside the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C-The recording was very close to the “Girl Reading