New split release by Barcelona-born Computer Music artist Rubén Patiño (aka Pato) and Econore-geezer Ramco on a transparent, freaking’ laser-engraved cassette tape!
Rubén Patiño, who recently finished the tour together with his norwegian fellow Morten Olsen as Navngitt Mønster Opptog, presents exclusively the original track of his performance/installation for Limbus Europae Gallery (Berlin).
That’s how he describes his artwork:
“it´s a composition i prepared for a limbus europae gallery in berlin in 2011.it was a playback of 11 movements.a very simple sort of fluxus attempt called Eleven European Movements.where it would be an empty room a cd player and a cd and a p.a.audience would be encouraged to play the cd and leave the room afterthe piece was over in a concert situation but without performer.”
A video of this event can be watched here:
Ramco’s second physical recording “beep (9990, 900000);“ is also the first one to be released on cassette.
The pieces try to sound out how far the reception of sound and music can uncouple from its containing medium; either completely or in subtle parts to become part of the listeners setting.
The laser-engraved, transparent C30 comes in a white cardboard sleeve and is limited to 20 copies.
Posted: Thu. 31-01-2013 /
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