Category Archives: H

‘Dressler’ by élansson and H.O.P.E.

Name: élansson and H.O.P.E.
Location: Athens – Greece, Metropolitana de Santiago Chile
Link: http://www.myspace.com/aglepnerforfenrir
http://profile.myspace.com/keepthehomefiresburning
http://www.myspace.com/elansson

Title: dressler

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‘Fall’ by Scott F. Hall

Name: Scott F. Hall
Location: Merritt Island, Florida, USA
Bio: Scott F. Hall, b. 1963, California, U.S.A.
Scott F. Hall is an intermedia artist who has invented an original form and practice he refers to both as “scultura sana” (sound sculpture) and “sonus animatio” (moving pictures in sound). Hall’s pieces have been described best as “soundtracks for films seen only in the mind.” Hall’s education includes art study at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, at the University of Florida, Gainesville (Honors B.F.A.), and at Washington University in St. Louis (M.F.A.).

Title: Fall
Description:
“Fall”, a 2 minute and 38 second sound piece by Scott F. Hall, may be taken as minimal prose composed of two elements: the single English work “fall” which is contained in the title alone and the accompanying stereo sound which expresses the essence of this word. In all, the piece reflects the current state of international economic decline bluntly spearheaded by the formerly almighty dollar.

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‘The Day Martina Was Born’ by Patrick Hough

Name: Patrick Hough
Location: Dublin, Ireland

Title: “The Day Martina Was Born”
Description:
‘The day Martina was born’ is a short experimental radio piece based on the oral history’s and stories passed on by the artists Uncle, who’s family grew up near Fanad head, County Donegal Ireland. Many of the stories passed on recounted the terrible poverty that faced the people of Ireland throughout the country’s history, memory’s of which faded fast in the country’s boom years of the Celtic tiger. Now that we once again face into the abyss of economic crisis these story’s and history’s of a not so distant Ireland remerge. This piece seeks to capture the atmosphere of these oral history’s incorporating all the embellishment and hyperbole that comes with them.

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