Platform Two – RCA


I wish you could read the sound
March 25, 2009, 1:44 pm
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A narrative in their detail.

A narrative separates delay and detail letting it be in forget me not plainly. A narrative shall be rejected by their delivery and in employment. A narrative left idly. A narrative in escaped places. Why is lightly in escaped places resumed and unused and violently and denial and deed in deed indeed crowdedly. A narrative makes bewilderment bewilder in their and high highly has to be heard. A narrative which beneath beneath led to them to them indicative indicatively bright.

Gertrude Stein, ‘In Narrative,’ How to Write


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Typing the sound
February 23, 2009, 11:58 pm
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Abillity / Skills / Gesture

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The movement of your finger control this electronic game and  alarmclock.

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I always thought music instrument (as Piano for instance) were really frustrating for a non-player. I want to use the typing keyboard as a kind of open interface. And of course use the skills devellop in typing into the creation of music (fast typing, automatic writing…)

keyboards

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graphic translation / language / writing

missasolemnis

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text / contents / form

pluie

jaccuse1

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Can we turn the worst text into the most beautiful music?

congress-declares-war-paper

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STORY / PIECE OF SOUND?

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WRITTER / COMPOSER?

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jack kerouac and the scroll-script of "on the road" (1957)

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The performance of the instrument is actually typing a story/text. The music which is related to this act, is a second layers of narrativity.

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Analyse and translation of the written language into music.

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The most commonly used letter in the english language, and the most common letter association.