Anri Sala / Nico Dockx / Mark Luyten / André Vida / Hilary Jeffery - Where The Moon Notes Equal The Beach Bridges (The Absence Of Work / The Museum Of Absence) mp3 album
Trombonist and composer active in the fields of improvised, electronic and contemporary composed music. He has recorded with Hugh Davies, Germ, Earthling, Sand, Kreepa, Band of Holy Joy, Jimi Tenor, The Meta Orchestra, Paul Dunmall's Octet and Moksha Big Band, The Barton Workshop, Apa Ini, Zeitkratzer, Lysn and as a solo artist.
Profile: Belgian artist, born in 1955, Antwerp, Belgium.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. Modifica artista. Vero nome: Hilary Jeffery. Profilo: Trombonist and composer active in the fields of improvised, electronic and contemporary composed music
In February 2016, the New Museum presents a major exhibition of the work of Anri Sala (b. 1974), one of the most acclaimed artists to emerge in recent decades. The exhibition marks the most comprehensive survey of his work in the United States to date. The exhibition also includes a recurring live performance entitled 3-2-1 (2011/16), in which saxophonist André Vida improvises alongside musician Jemeel Moondoc’s recorded lamentation in Long Sorrow, expanding on the dynamics of free-jazz in a duet that changes with each recital. Throughout these works, music resounds as both a cathartic release and an incantation that evokes historical chapters that are neither distant nor closed.
Anri Sala was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark in 2012. Supported by Nordea-fonden. Poetry as a Performance. Poetry as a PerformanceSeries, 4 videos.
The Moon and Sixpence is a novel by W. Somerset Maugham first published in April 15th, 1919. It is told in episodic form by a first-person narrator, in a series of glimpses into the mind and soul of the central character Charles Strickland, a middle-aged English stockbroker, who abandons his wife and children abruptly to pursue his desire to become an artist. The story is in part based on the life of the painter Paul Gauguin.
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- Published By – Royal Academy Of Fine Arts Antwerp
- Published By – St. Lucas University College Of Art And Design Antwerp
- Produced At – The Luma Foundation
- Artwork [Gatefold Images] – Jean-Baptiste Decavèle
- Composed By, Artwork [Inner Sleeve Images] – Anri Sala
- Concept By – Mark Luyten
- Design [Graphic Design] – Jean-Michel Meyers
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Krist Torfs, Rinus Hooning
- Performer, Mastered By, Artwork [Label Image] – Hilary Jeffery
- Performer, Recorded By [Live Recordings], Mastered By, Artwork [Label Image] – André Vida*
- Recorded By [Live Recordings], Mixed By, Mastered By, Artwork [Gatefold Images], Concept By, Design [Graphic Design] – Nico Dockx
NotesLimited Edition of 300 copies. Comes with a 4 page score booklet (30,5 x 30,5 cm).
Published on the occasion of 'The Absence of Work, The Museum of Absence', an event held at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp on December 6th, 2012, 10am - 6pm.
The museum is closed to the public for extension building and renovation. It was opened for just one day. It was cold and grey that day, with lots of snow.
The event was organized by Nico Dockx & Mark Luyten with: Wouter Davidts, Bart De Baere, Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Sarah De Wilde, Yona Friedman, Joseph Grigely, Asako Iwama, Hilary Jeffery, Marcos Lutyens, Raimunda Malasauskas, Federica Martini, Pratchaya Phinthong, Anri Sala, Steven Van den Bosch, Paul Vandenbroeck and André Vida in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, St. Lucas University College of Art and Design Antwerp, M HKA and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp.
Where The Moon Notes Equal The Beach Bridges :
Commissioned and produced by the LUMA Foundation
Artwork [Inner Sleeve Images]: Anri Sala, Untitled halves (II), 2012 (detail) and Anri Sala, Untitled halves (III), 2012 (detail)