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Aug 5, 2021 ICA London
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Record made to celebrate and commemorate the Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition held at the ICA, London, 1st August to 20th October 1968. "During the preparation of the Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition two things became apparent.  One, that in order to show what was going on in the field computer music, it was necessary to include a considerable amount of material that was not strictly composed with or played by computer. Two, that dealing with an exploratory field, all attempts at a...
Topics: cybernetics, computer music
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Dec 21, 2020 Goodiepal
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In 2016, Goodiepal released an album on Editions Mego entitled EMEGO 211, using the Wikimedia Commons as the device of dissemination, which also thereby released the album into the public domain. Tracklist: 1. GoOdiePAL - 00 Side == Intro (3:33) 2. GoOdiePal - 01 Side A Tilbage Til Havet (44:39) 3. GoOdiePAL - 02 Side B Tilbage Til Havet (38:09) 4. GoodIEPal - 03 Side C Søsterhøj Mysteriet (31:27) 5. GOoDIEPAL - 04 Side D Hessdalen (36:42) 6. GooDIepal - 09 Side I Where Is The Rapper (28:38)...
Topics: music, electronic, danish, goodiepal
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 2, Booklet 4)  is the penultimate issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 2, Booklet 4)...
Topics: art, avantgarde, jorn
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 2, Booklet 2 & 3)  is the seventh issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 2,...
Topics: art, avantgarde, jorn
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 5 & 6)  is the fifth issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet...
Topics: art, avantgarde, jorn
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 4)  is the fourth issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 4)...
Topics: art, avantgarde, jorn
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 3)  is the third issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 3)  was...
Topics: art, jorn, avantgarde
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 2)  is the second issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 2)...
Topics: art, jorn, avantgarde
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Dec 12, 2020 Robert Dahlmann Olsen
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Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 1)  is the first issue of the Danish art journal  Helhesten . Helhesten  was published over nine issues from April 1941 to November 1944 and featured the abstract expressionist art of the Danish avantgarde group of the same name. The issues also included essays on art theory, non-Western artefacts, literature, poetry, film, architecture, and photography, as well as exhibition reviews and profiles of contemporary Danish artists.  Helhesten (Year 1, Booklet 1)  was...
Topics: art, jorn, avantagarde
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Dec 11, 2020 Asger Jorn, Noël Arnaud, Jean Jacques Pauvert
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La langue verte et la cuite  is a book written in French by Asger Jorn and Noël Arnaud, and edited and published by Jean Jacques Pauvert in 1968. The book was written in reaction to the 1964 book  Le cru et le cuit (The Raw and the Cooked)  by Claude Lévi-Strauss, which was an examination of structuralist theory. The book contains numerous short essays with titles that parody French culinary dishes and texts that focus on Jorn and Arnaud's dissatisfaction with structuralist theory, coupled...
Topics: art, theory, jorn
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Nov 7, 2020
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A collection of three Krazy Kids Kartunes from 1931 produced by Mason Wadsworth, with animation by John R. McCrory. These three cartoons are from the Kit Parker Films 2007 DVD release of Alice in Cartoonland by Walt Disney.
Topics: cartoon, krazy kids, krazy kids kartunes, mason wadsworth, john r mccrory
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Apr 15, 2020
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CoBrA Library, Series 1: Free Artists (Cobra-bibliothekets første serie: Frie kunstnere) is a series of fifteen biographical booklets on artists connected to the CoBrA artistic movement. The booklets were published in Danish and Franch editions and were edited by Danish artist Asger Jorn. They were published in 1950 by Ejnar Munksgaards Forlag in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artists included are: Booklet 1: Pierre Alechinsky Booklet 2: Else Alfelt Booklet 3: Karel Appel Booklet 4: Jean Atlan...
Topics: cobra, art, denmark, jorn
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Apr 15, 2020
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Marcel Duchamp and John Cage is an art book by Shigeko Kubota and published by Takeyoshi Miyazawa in 1968. The book is a photographic documentation of a chess match played between the artist Marcel Duchamp and composer John Cage at Ryerson University in Toronto entitled "Reunion."  The book also features text by John Cage titled 36 Acrostics re and not re Duchamp , with the instruction "A given letter capitalized does not occur among the letters between it and the preceding...
Topics: chess, duchamp, cage, canada, music, art
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Apr 15, 2020
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In 1968, the artist Marcel Duchamp and composer John Cage appeared together at a concert entitled " Reunion ," playing a game of chess and composing aleatoric music by triggering a series of photoelectric cells underneath the chessboard. Reunion premiered in 1968 in Toronto, when Cage played against Duchamp, who had taught Cage the game himself. The game works as an indeterminate structure: as a game of chess is played, the moves of the players on the board activate four compositions...
Topics: cage, duchamp, music, art, chess, toronto
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Relief I and II, Op. 27 for chamber orchestra is a musical work by the Danish composer Ib Nørholm and published by the Society for Publishing Danish Music in 1979. Nørholm was inspired by the Danish artist Asger Jorn's ceramic mural at the Aarhus State Gymnasium. Part I was written in four months and takes about seven minutes to perform, whereas Part II was composed in one evening and is played in about six minutes. The visual impact of the page of the score that is shown in the photograph...
Topics: music, score, denmark, jorn, art
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Klankteksten - Konkrete poëzie - Visuele teksten (Sound texts - Concrete poetry - Visual texts) is the exhibition catalogue released in conjunction with the exhibition Concrete Poetry? held at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in 1970. The catalogue is curated by Hansjörg Mayer (DE), Reinhard Döhl (DE), Bob Cobbing (UK) and Paul De Vree (BE) and was accompanied by a LP of concrete music.
Topics: sound, art, poetry, exhibition, netherlands
Folkscanomy Computer: Inbox and Miscellaneous
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Cybernetic Serendipity  was an exhibition of  cybernetic art  curated by  Jasia Reichardt , shown at the  Institute of Contemporary Arts ,  London ,  England , in 1968,  and then touring the United States.  The exhibition focused on algorithms, computer projects, machines and installations, text reproduction, computer-generated movies, and computer graphics. The exhibition catalogue was edited by Jasia Reichardt and published by Studio International in London in 1968. The catalogue...
Topics: cybernetics, technology, computers, art, exhibition
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Apr 15, 2020
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Bibliografi over Asger Jorns skrifter til 1963 ( A bibliography of Asger Jorn's writings to 1963 ) is a privately-published bibliography of Asger Jorn's writings compiled by Guy Atkins and Erik Schmidt. The book was published in bilingually in Danish and English in 1964 by Permild and Rosengreen in Copenhagen.
Topics: jorn, painting, bibliography, denmark
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Apr 15, 2020
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Asger Jorn's Aarhus Mural is a booklet published in 1964 by Westerham Press Limited in Westerham, England. The booklet is edited by Guy Atkins and features an introduction by Erik Nyholm with photography by Dominique Darbois. The booklet was published on the occasion of Asger Jorn's 50th birthday and was sponsored by the artist's friends as a means of making Jorn's ceramic mural at the Aarhus State Gymnasium better known outside of Denmark. The book also contains brief references to the Danish...
Topics: jorn, art, denmark, aarhus, ceramic
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Apr 15, 2020
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Asger Jorn på Læsø (Asger Jorn on Læsø) is a book written by Lars Morell and published in 2012 by Asger Jorn's Friends and Authors. The book is a chronicle and investigation of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's activities on the island of Læsø, where he owned a summer house and created a number of works.
Topics: jorn, laeso, painting, denmark
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Asger Jorn: Revised supplement to the œ uvre catalogue of his paintings from 1930 to 1973  is the fifth and final volume in a five-volume catalogue raisonné series of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's work. The series is edited by Guy Atkins, with the fifth volume also edited by Troels Andersen. The fifth volume was published by Borgens Forlag in Copenhagen in 2006.
Topics: jorn, painting, denmark, art, catalogue
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Apr 14, 2020
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Asger Jorn: Supplement: Paintings 1930-1973 is the fourth volume in a five-volume catalogue raisonné series of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's work. The series is edited by Guy Atkins, with the fifth edition also edited by Troels Andersen. The fourth volume was published by Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd. in London in 1986 and distributed in Scandinavia by Borgen in Copenhagen.
Topics: jorn, art, denmark, catalogue
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Apr 14, 2020
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Asger Jorn: The crucial years: 1954-1964 is the second volume in a five-volume catalogue raisonné series of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's work. The series is edited by Guy Atkins, with the fifth edition also edited by Troels Andersen. The second volume was published by Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd. in London in 1977 and distributed in Scandinavia by Borgen in Copenhagen.
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Apr 14, 2020
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Asger Jorn: The Final Years 1965-1973 is the third volume in a five-volume catalogue raisonné series of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's work. The series is edited by Guy Atkins, with the fifth edition also edited by Troels Andersen. The third volume was published by Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd. in London in 1980 and distributed in Scandinavia by Borgen in Copenhagen.
Topics: jorn, art, catalogue, denmark
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Apr 14, 2020
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Jorn in Scandinavia: 1930-1953 is the first volume in a five-volume catalogue raisonné series of the Danish painter Asger Jorn's work. The series is edited by Guy Atkins, with the fifth edition also edited by Troels Andersen. The first edition was published by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd. in London in 1968 and distributed in Scandinavia by Borgen in Copenhagen.
Topics: art, jorn, catalogue, denmark
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Apr 14, 2020
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Asger Jorn og 10.000 års nordisk folkekunst (Asger Jorn and 10,000 years of Nordic folk art) is an exhibition catalogue organized by Troels Andersen and Tove Nyholm and published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at the National Museum in Copenhagen and at Silkeborg Art Museum from 1995-96. The catalogue is written in Danish and contains texts from Jorn, as well as photography from photographer Gérard Franceschi. The texts primarily focus on Danish folk art from a historical...
Topics: art, history, danish, folk
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Apr 14, 2020
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Mémoires  ( Memories ) is an  artist's book  made by the Danish artist  Asger Jorn  in collaboration with the French artist and theorist  Guy Debord . Printed in 1959, it is the second of two collaborative books by the two men whilst they were both members of the  Situationist International . The book is a work of  psychogeography , detailing a period in Debord's life when he was in the process of leaving the  Lettrists , setting up Lettrism International. The work contains two...
Topics: psychogeography, jorn, debord, art
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Apr 14, 2020
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La chevelure des choses (The hair of things) is an exhibition catalogue by Belgian poet Christian Dotremont and Asger Jorn. The book is a catalogue from the pair's exhibition at Galerie Rive Gauche in Paris in 1961 and is a reproduction of small word drawings that he and Dotremont made together while sharing a room at the tuberculosis sanatorium in Silkeborg from November 1951 to February 1952. The catalogue was printed in 1961 by GIL in Paris and contains a preface by Pierre Alechinsky.
Topics: art, jorn, dotremont
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Apr 14, 2020
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Skånes stenskulptur under 1100-talet (Skåne's Stone Sculpture in the 12th Century) is a book written by Erik Cinthio, with photography by Gérard Franceschi and composition by Asger Jorn, published privately in 1965. The book is a photographic documentation of stone sculpture from the 12th century with a focus on the Skåne region of southern Sweden. Cinthio includes historical essays and Jorn provides artistic framing of the project.
Topics: sweden, skane, art, history, stone, sculpture
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Signes gravés sur les églises de l'Eure et du Calvados  (Signs Engraved on the Churches of Eure and Calvados) is a book written in French and directed by Asger Jorn, with essay contributions from various antiquities experts and photography by Gérard Franceschi. The book was published by Danish publisher Borgen in 1964 and distributed in France by  Librairie 'Le Minotaur.' The book is a photographic examination of secular, pagan, and religious "graffiti" found hand-etched into...
Topics: art, history, jorn, france, eure, normandy, calvados, orne, graffiti
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21 Lystegninger  is the title of an exhibition catalogue released by the Aarhus Art Association of 1847 in conjunction with an exhibition of Asger Jorn's light drawings ( lystegninger ) at the Aarhus Festuge 1971. Jorn's light drawings were photographed by Poul Pedersen in Silkeborg, Denmark in 1953. The catalogue was published by Permild & Rosengreen and distributed to the association's members as its annual publication.
Topics: jorn, danish, art, photography
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Apr 4, 2020 Multhipla Records
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l giardino delle delizie  is a recording released by Multhipla Records featuring a musical Fluxus performance by Wolf Vostell, sopranos Esperanza Abad, Nancy Bellow, Marie-Louise Gilles, Helga Hamm-Albrecht, Else Nabu, cante jondo singer Paco Corales, and the Capella St. Martini, Bremen-Lesum under the direction of Günter Koller. The work was commissioned by the Theaters der Freien Hansestadt Bremen and Radio Bremen, and was broadcast on Radio Bremen 2 on Friday, June 11, 1982 from 21:05 to...
Topics: fluxus, audio, opera
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Jan 13, 2020 Henning Christiansen, Nam June Paik, Joseph Beuys
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Abschiedssymphonie, Op. 177  is a recording released by Edition Block featuring a musical performance by Henning Christiansen, Nam June Paik, and Joseph Beuys.
Topics: piano, avantgarde, fluxus
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Dec 22, 2019 Jorn, Asger, 1914-1973
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Asger Jorn à Silkeborg, Le musée d’un peintre  is a partial catalogue of works held by the Silkeborg Museum of Art with a focus on the art of Danish painter Asger Jorn and the relationship that the museum’s other works have with Jorn’s art. The contents were published in 1978 by the museum in the French language and under the direction of Troels Andersen, who was the museum’s director from 1973-2004.
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Oct 20, 2017 Justin Lacko
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This is a collection of Ukrainian Canadian music released on vinyl from the 1950s through 1980s. The music is mostly from now-defunct Winnipeg-based record labels like Melody Records, V Records, and Sunshine Records, and also includes other releases from labels including RCA Victor, Galaxy Records, and Capitol Records. Lineage information detailing the digitisation process can be found in a text file in each album's respective folder. High quality 600 DPI scans are included of the sleeves and...
Topics: ukrainian, canadian, vinyl, country, folk, winnipeg