Dodecagonal Murmur in a Tridecagonal Ear (working title—upcoming)
This is a public sound exhibition. Artists' work is played through a parabolic (directional) speaker in public space. The sound is clearly audible in a very small area because of the narrow column of sound projected by the speaker.
A dry run of project took place in Minneapolis at 44°56'54.2"N 93°17'28.7"W (between Highpoint Center for Printmaking [912 W. Lake St, Minneapois] and Eye of Horus) the weekend of November 28, 2020. It is best heard on the sidewalk near the alley.
Additional artists will be included in the upcoming exhibition.
Run time: ~2hrs 32min
List of works:
|Eric Frye||Scene 1 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||2:36|
|Edgard Varèse||Poème Electronique||1957–58||8:08|
|Eric Frye||Scene 2 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||2:07|
|Ed Sanders||This is the Age of Investigation Poetry and Every Citizen Must Investigate||1975||5:44|
|James Hoff||Blaster (from Blaster)||2014||2:01|
|Beatriz Ferreyra||Demeures Aquatiques (from GRM Works)||1967||7:30|
|Pauline Oliveros||A Little Noise in the System (Moog System)||30:22|
|Eric Frye||Scene 3 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||3:39|
|John Giorno||Stretching It Wider||1982||6:44|
|Beatriz Ferreyra||Médisances (from GRM Works)||1968 / 69||7:00|
|Eric Frye||Scene 11 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||2:36|
|Iannis Xenakis||Concret PH||1958||2:44|
|David Frohlich||A Plural Noun||2020||14:21|
|Pierre Schaeffer||Cinq études de bruits: étude violette||1948||3:25|
|Eric Frye||Scene 12 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||2:31|
|Beatrix*JAR||People Come On||2019||2:42|
|David Frohlich||ASR Training & Synthetic Speech Rating Module with SDR||2020||13:05|
|John Giorno||I Don't Need It, I Don't Want It, And You Cheated Me Out Of It||1981||10:34|
|James Hoff||Asterbl (from Blaster)||2014||1:23|
|Eric Frye||Scene 19 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||2:55|
|James Hoff||Rblaste (from Blaster)||2014||2:26|
|Eric Frye||Scene 20 (from Diffusion Soliloquies)||2020||5:11|
Project support provided by the Visual Arts Fund, administered by Midway Contemporary Art with generous funding from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.
Special thanks to the artists who are participating in this project and Highpoint Center for Printmaking for housing the speaker for the dry run of this project.