Christof Migone--sound voice perform, Volume 1

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Errant Bodies Press, Jan 2, 2005 - Art - 87 pages
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This first monograph on sound artist Christof Migone tracks his work since the mid-80s: a weaving together of multiple media, from radio to telephone to digital objects, that has formed a stunning and highly dynamic practice, one that combines an acute sonic sensibility with performative usages of the body, video and voice.

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About the author (2005)

Brandon LaBelle is a sound artist and writer from Los Angeles. Working in the fields of sound, performance, and installation art since 1992, LaBelle aims to draw attention to the dynamics of sound as it is found within spaces and objects, public events and interactions, language and the body. Through a performative interaction with objects, found sound, and minimal electronics, the work draws attention to the quality and nature of what is already there through an emphasis on and displacement of listening and interaction, as a technological and architectural glitch. LaBelle's interest in site-specificity reflects a desire to consider the relationships and tensions between art and a broader social environment. His work has been featured in "Bitstreams" at the Whitney Museum of American Art, in Amplitude of Chance at Kawasaki City Museum Japan, at the 9th International Symposium of Electronic Arts in Liverpool and Manchester, Sampling Rage Festival in Berlin, the ICA London, Experimental Intermedia in New York, the Arizona State University Museum, and as part of Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo. His work has been released on the SELEKTION , Fringes Recordings , Ground Fault , and La Bruit Secret labels.

Allan S. Weiss is a theorist, writer, editor and playwright. He directed "Theater of the Ears" and "Danse Macabre". He teaches in the departments of Performance Studies and Cinema Studies at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

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