"Vladan Radovanovi "Voice from the Loudspeaker" (1975), english version translated and read by Paul Pignon. Sz. Esztényi and K. Wodiczko, "Just Transistor Radios" (1970/2012) performers: Wim Deca, Nina Fukuoka, Marcelina Gladysiak, Jan Gromski, Iwona Lebioda, Rafal Nicze, Maciej Ozóg, Pawel Wdowicz, transistor radios. Wojciech Bruszewski, "Junction" (1973/2013) reconstruction: Wiktor Skok. Collective Actions, "Music Within and Outside" (1984) performers: Andrey Monastyrski, Nikolai Panitkov, Sergei Letov, Georgy Kizevalter, Elena Romanova, Sergei Romashko. Eugeniusz Rudnik, "Scalars - technological study" (1966), Hugh Davies "Shozyg" (1964) performers: John Tilbury, Bohdan Mazurek, Eugeniusz Rudnik. Rudolf Komorous "Tomb of Malevitch" (1965). Arne Nordheim "Ode to Light (Sculpture)" (1968). Milan Grygar, "Acoustic Drawings" (1974). Arne Nordheim "Ode to Light (Sculpture)" (1968)." (label info) "The album is a natural alliance of the producers working with the Polish Radio Experimental Studio's archives and the curators of the exhibition dedicated to intersections of technology and body in art of the 1960s and 1970s. The thematic "common" field was operationally called "early Eastern European sound art", although none of us really meant it literally. Undoubtedly, we were all interested in such works of art where the sound was approached from the perspective of other art disciplines. Leaving film, theatre, dance and radio art to other occasions, we mainly focused on visual arts, performance and architecture mostly due to their conceptual connotations. We followed the two fundamental issues discussed in the 1960s: object and space. In this context, the exhibition Sounding the Body Electric was a breakthrough." (Micha Libera and Micha Mendyk) comes with 32 pp. booklet
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