Since the release of this compilation, the idea of the mix and the methods in which one creates a remix have drastically evolved. For this exhibition, artists were asked to create an original remix of the tracks from TELLUS TOOLS that utilizes an innovative mixing method. These works were composed using a variety of techniques, from algorithmic processing to physical alterations of data from the audio. Each remixed composition is unique and highlights varying aspects of the original tracks. This exhibition displays the multiplicity of contemporary approaches to music and sound composition.
TellusTools SoundCloud Remix Competition
Curated by Kat Tingum, Kevin Dejewski, Dan Joseph
Wed, Apr 17 2013, 7pm
Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker
Listening 1: Multichannel Version
The remixes are presented in Harvestworks TEAMLab space on a quad speaker setup plus subwoofer.
Listening 2: CD Glitch Version
The remixes are presented in the lobby on CDs that are physically altered.
Listening 3: Meta Mix Version
The remixes are presented as an interactive installation in one of our studios, affected by the sound level in the room.
Originally released as a Limited Edition Double Vinyl Set, TELLUS TOOLS, curated by Taketo Shimada, was intended to be used as a tool for DJʼs to create original mixes of a compilation of works by artists including Nicolas Collins, Kiki Smith, Catherine Jauniaux & Iuke Mori, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Louise Lawler, Kahondo Style, Ken Montgomery, Christian Marclay, Isaac Jackson and the Bonus Break Artists. Since the release of this compilation, the idea of the mix and the methods in which one creates a remix have drastically evolved.
For this exhibition, artists are asked to create an original remix of the tracks provided that utilizes an innovative mixing method. The creations will be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 3, 2013. Each creation will be posted on SoundCloud, and reviewed by the Harvestworks Curatorial Panel for a public presentation in Harvestworksʻ TEAMLab presentation space on April 17.
Selected works will be exhibited at the listening event at Harvestworksʼ TEAMLab presentation space (596 Broadway #602 NY, NY.) The exhibition will be open to the public, and will be promoted through Harvestworks social media networks.
5 selected artists will receive a free Harvestworks Membership ($75 value) which includes discounts on most classes and services at Harvestworks.