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Yasunao Tone (Tokyo, 1935) is a Japanese interdisciplinary artist. He graduated from Chiba Japanese National University in 1957, majoring in Japanese literature. He became active in the Fluxus movement in the 1960s and moved to the United States in 1972. He organised and participated in many experimental music and performance groups such as Group Ongaku, Hi-Red Center and Team Random (the first computer art group in Japan). His unconventional musical work brings together certain forms of traditional Eastern culture and post-structuralist theories, and since the mid to late nineties has become a notable influence on new generations of sound artists worldwide. He lives and works in New York.
Downloable essay on the work of Yasunao Tone, available at:Â http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/qa/QA_01/QA_01.pdf
You can also listen to his commission
VN:R_U [1.9.7_1111]Essay: BLACKOUT. Representation, transformation and de-control in the sound work of Yasunao Tone,
More than 200 artists involved | Audition 2010-2011
CONCERT DOCUMENTS, COMPILATIONS AND REVIEWS OF RADICAL SOUND ARCHIVES
London, Madrid, Berlin, Vienna, Istanbul, Mexico, Oslo, Barcelona, The Hague, New York, BogotĂˇ, Buenos Aires, ...
A Vacu Session made by Darius Ciuta.
eContact! 14.3 -- Biotechnological Performance Practice
eContact! extends an open call for contributions to an issue focussing on the use of the body in electroacoustic performance practice, coordinated by Guest Editor ...
Strange Frequencies Channel
Live Transmission by Murmurists (Anthony Donovan) & Ian Linter
Wednesday: 19th : October : 12h00 (gmt+1) Paris time
A Live Transmission with Anthony Donovan and Ian Linter applying ...
Each episode of this series is followed by a special accompanying programme of exclusive music by leading sound artists and composers working in the field. This show presents two works, ...
The final instalment in our series of Totally Huge 09 podcasts features Thembi Soddell in a performance of artefact.
Composer: Thembi Soddell
Featuring:Thembi Soddell, laptop
Australian Field Recording and Live Sound Performance Tour
The young promising Italian sound artistsÂ Ezramo andÂ Penelopex areÂ about to set landmarks in experimental music.
Ezramoâ€™s research is focused upon the hidden archaic memory in music and upon the writing in ...
The first of our Rolling Stock podcasts, focusing on sound artists Joel Stern and Andrew McLennan's contribution to this unusual festival curated by Sarah Last at the Junee Roundhouse in ...
originally aired 2006.12.18, this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the u.s. by theodore holdt. for more information see http://wildskil.com.
I have written a long blog post detailing 31 releases of fine free-to-download experimental music that I enjoyed this year. Several Modisti releases are included.
Here is the link to ...
:::: AUDITION RECORDS 2010-2011 :::: COMPLETE CATALOGUE ::::
Vacu Sessions 24 . Darius Ciuta
[CALL/APPEL] eContact! 14.3 — Biotechnological / Biotechnologique
Murmurists (Anthony Donovan) & Ian Linter – Live
COMPOSING WITH PROCESS: PERSPECTIVES ON GENERATIVE AND SYSTEMS
TOTALLYHUGE04: Thembi Soddell – artefact
5. March â€“ Penelopex/Ezramo duo â€“ Benjamin Aman
ROLLINGSTOCK01: Joel Stern & Andrew McLennan
framework [repeat]: 2011.12.25
My Favorite Free Netlabel Music of 2011
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