I have been having a giant clearout and I found loads of scraps of paper accumulated over the last 8 years with artist names on them.
So I’ve decided that for 2020 I will post a few here at a time and add them to the artist directory, as well as posting on Twitter and Facebook.
There are many……
As usual, no order – no preference
Aleyda Moreno Ramirez
” The essential elements in her musical creation is the sensory experience of the sound, the sensuality of the music and transmit deep emotions through of gestual with a rich timbre and color and contrasting emotional states.”
Pamelia Stickney / Kurstin
Beatriz Ferreyra – Argentinian Pioneer of Electronic, Tape and Electroacoustic music.
There was a long thread about pioneers of electronic music on twitter and the usual names cropped up but as is often the case there were names I hadn’t heard of and Jean Eichelberger Ivey is one of those names…shame on me.
On further listening, where have my ears been?
Better late than never for me here –
Jean Eichelberger Ivey
Jean Eichelberger Ivey (1923 – 2010) founded the Peabody Electronic Music Studio in 1967. Dr. Ivey has a large catalog of works in virtually every medium and is frequently represented on the programs of major orchestras and ensembles.
Piano, sounds of nature and electronics
Composer Jean Eichelberger Ivey
A Conversation with Bruce Duffie
Music by Jean Eichelberger Ivey for Voices, Instruments and Tape
So you know when I said I had a lot in my draft file, well here’s something I put together in 2015 when I started this journey and forgot to post but fits really well in #Rolemodels.
I have often wondered…
WHAT IS SOUND ART?
This was part of a series on Sound Art and the women who have been and are, at the forefront of this highly eclectic and diverse art form but I never posted this until now…
Sound art is here to stay
Sound artist Susan Philipsz’s inclusion on the Turner prize shortlist should make Britain sit up and listen
Hear hear: Artangel sound art comes to Radio 4
John O’Mahony asks leading sound artists if their work is moving closer to the mainstream
Who is Susan Philipsz?
“Bribri Meditation” Deconstructred – Susan Campos Fonseca
Music and poetry by Marvin Camacho Villegas
“Meditación Bribrí” (1985-86) by solo contrabass
José Saavedra, contrabass, piano, voice
Ronald Bustamante & Carla Alfaro, electronics
Susan Campos-Fonseca, producer & music director
Sounddesign by Ronald Bustamante
Special colaboration with:
“IV Encuentro sobre estudios sonoros y creación experimental” (November 2017), Escuela de Artes Musicales, Universidad de Costa Rica.
Bernal Chaves -Laboratorio de Experimentación Sonora
Art cover: “Sibö” by Adrián Arguedas (Picture by Susan Campos at Marvin Camacho`s home in Turrialba)
Live performance –
Complex layered sounds created on a Powerbook – electronic / avant garde / ambient
modified drum machines