Neural 47, Art in the age of neurological reproduction + extra: A Peer-reviewed Journal About Post-digital Research (Volume 3 issue 1)
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Issue #47, Winter 2014 ISSN: 2037-108X
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Art Basel – Digital in Art
Each year artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators and critics from around the world gather in Basel to attend a series of contemporary art fairs. Although the most significant of these is undoubtedly Art Basel, there are a number of satellite →
Neural 46 extra – the first 20 years poster (70cm x 100cm)
Neural #46 extra is the “first 20 years” poster (70cm x 100cm), with all the covers, and a QR code pointing to a pdf file narrating the history of the magazine (only for subscribers).
Lawrence English – Suikinkutsu No Katawara Ni
CDr – Winds Measure
Suikinkutsu No Katawara Ni is the latest work by Lawrence English and is published by Winds Measure, a Brooklyn label focused on experimental music and run by Ben Owen. English is remembered for his work with →
Håkon Stene – Etude Begone Badum
CD – Ahornfelder
Reinterpreting and making connections between scores by Alvin Lucier, Marko Ciciliani, Michael Pisaro and Lars Petter Hagen, this album is a perfect example of Håkon Stene’s “post-percussive” approach. Moving away from traditional drum techniques, the author has →
Florian Wittenburg – 17 Clips
CD + DVD – NurNichtNur
17 Clips is an interesting and rigorous project developed for CD and DVD by Florian Wittenburg and released by German sound art label NurNichtNur. The album takes its name from the third track and is →
Fabio Perletta – Interstitial Spaces
CD – Farmacia901
The first five minutes of the 28-minute-long first track pass in almost absolute silence. We found it necessary to crank up the volume on the mixer and re-listen from the beginning to have any chance of perceiving →
Origamibiro – Odham’s Standard
CD – Denovali
Origamibiro is a collaborative project that builds on the meeting of three creative minds: Tom Hill (musician, producer and author of soundtracks), Jim Boxall (aka The Joy Of Box, visual artist and filmmaker) and Andy Tytherleigh (multi-instrumentalist). →
Lemures – Lemuria
12″ vinyl/Digital Album – Crónica Electronica
This project is authored by Giovanni Lami and Enrico Coniglio, recorded by Miguel Carvalhais and enriched by the charming artwork of Dead Meat. The vinyl edition of Lemuria immediately grabbed our attention with its →
Duet Of The Living Dead by Taro Yasuno, music for zombie robotic flutes.
Horror, especially zombie movies, is one of the genres most popular with independent filmmakers on a tight budget. In general consciousness, certain sonorities of electronic and experimental music have also become inextricably tied to the horror genre. It is interesting →
“ “ [sic] Tim Goldie / Daniel Beban – Slakes
3CD + 48 Pages Book – Entr’acte
Released as an edition of only 300 copies – although this is perhaps not so unusual for a production of this kind – and paired with an ample 48-page booklet, this triple CD →
Simulacra by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, the elusive ghostly video.
The feedback we get from a video, or any cinematic artifact is continuous, as every frame reaching our retina alters the state of our brain and our interpretation of the source material. In Simulacra by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, there is a →
Christina Kubisch & Eckehard Güther – Mosaïque Mosaic
CD – Gruenrekorder
The field recordings of Mosaïque Mosaic, collected by Christina Kubisch & Eckehard Güther, were captured in Cameroon and selected on the basis of their ability to evoke the sensibility of this African region. Specific workshops were held →
Congratulations: You are gay!
The latest edition of the Olympic Winter Games held in Sochi will perhaps be better remembered for the international controversy surrounding the racial and homophobic (im)positions of the Russian Government than for the sporting events and the athletes involved. Reports of →