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8 thoughts on “ Untitled - Max Haiven & Jon Vaughn - Front (CD) ”

  1. Frisky Frillt Fruits. From the CD – FROOTS JUICE Invitro Records – INVITRO released 09 July An immense remixes compilation in the form of a tribute to the electronic music pioneer Jean Jacques Perrey. 29 of some of the hottest names of electronica, skweee, wonky, IDM participated in, remixing the unique tunes of “Jean Jacques Perrey and cosmic pocket: Froots” LP released Missing: Max Haiven · Jon Vaughn.
  2. /////Five Audio Artworks from the [R][R][F] SoundLab, 1)"The perverse possibility of living in the memory of somebody dead (I)" and "The perverse possibility of .
  3. of Front by Jon Vaughn and Constantine Katsiris, working with concepts from the same-named CD by Jon Vaughn and Max Haiven, released in Also featured in the concert is Ryan Hill, presenting new work with resonant metal plate and extreme temperature variation. START TIME 8PM START TIME 8PM.
  4. interrogation de l'art sonore au travers d'une expérience singulière dans une clinique psychiatrique laborde à blois et dans un centre de santé dans un village de côte d'neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfog: Untitled.
  5. A minute work separated in 33 tracks of arbitrary length, Front is not to be easily explained. At the frontier of conceptual art & listening music, obnoxious candy pop & extreme experimentalism, Front introduces a compositional approach which, according to the composers, may be dubbed “domestic.” The work unfolds as a string of events, whereby conceptual relationships between sounds.
  6. MAX HAIVEN & JON VAUGHN - FRONT (CD by Empreintes Digitales) These two are new soundmanipulators to me. Jon Vaughn is an audio-visual artist, DJ, writer, and events programmer. Max Haiven is an audio/video artist. These two canadian students worked for a period of 3 years on 'Front'. They presented their work at the Rien à Voir festival in.
  7. Jon Vaughn is a Saskatoon-based audio-visual artist, DJ, writer, events coordinator / programmer / curator, and student at the University of Saskatchewan, majoring in Art History.. His work often explores the politics of difference that emerge when clashing concepts or media together, and how this mixing transforms our perception and experience of our ‘known’, ‘everyday’ or ‘normal.
  8. Max Haiven P hD Canada Research Chai r i n Cul t ure, Medi a and So cial Just i ce and Assistant Pro f essor, Depart ment of En gl i sh, Lakehead Uni versit y O liver Rd, T hunder Bay, O N P7B 5E1, Canada email: [email protected] ca - web: ht t p: / / maxhaiven. com.

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