New in Arteidolia, some further thoughts on atopia occasioned by the past two years of covid.
The new issue of Arteidolia’s collaborative feature Swifts & Slows includes Dialogues 4, a video by Chris Lynn with text and reading by Chris and Una Lee, and a soundtrack I provided on solo double bass.
Metamusic by RhaD has been named an Avant Music News album of the year for 2021. I have a guest appearance on one of the tracks–Telephone Art Followed by Chamber Music, where I’m joined by pianists Francesco Arrighi and Mara Lepore.
Thanks to Avant Music News for giving honorable mentions of Timekeepers Map the Already Gone and Now Here in their Best of 2021 roundup. And I’d like to thank everyone who gave a listen to my music this past year, and especially those many of you who voluntarily paid for music offered for free. The … More honorably mentioned in amn
The graphic score Modular II has been added to the scores page. Modular II consists of several pages of graphic notation intended as launching points for improvisations.
New in Perfect Sound Forever, a consideration of the music of the late composer Andrew Violette, a self-described “neo-romantic minimalist.”
The Arteidolia Press has put up a new page for As Within, So Without. There, you can hear my reading of the first essay in the book. Better yet, get the book and read along!
Because of circumstances beyond my control, I won’t be able to read and sign books at Rhizome on Saturday night as originally planned, but thanks to the kind suggestion of curator Jeff Surak, I’ll be there virtually, with a recorded reading of an essay from As Within, So Without. Which is available here, from Arteidola … More a virtual reading
Dancer and baker extraordinaire Micah Trapp sends this photo of her bookshelf. As Within, So Without is honored to have a place among these books on the fine art of breadmaking. Read about Micah’s beautiful work in the dance performance piece “Fossil” in “Dancing with the Hands,” one of the twenty essays collected in As … More as within, so without goes well with bread!
New in Arteidolia, a translation and interpretation of Ixtaccihuatl, a prose poem by Alice Paalen Rahon that originally appeared in the first issue of DYN. (For a heaping helping of essays like it, try As Within So Without.)