Soundworks - For Those Who Have Ears

Various Artists

Full colour publication from Art Trail
Includes 25 Track Audio CD.

Edited by Julie Forrester and Danny McCarthy
Co-curated by Harry Moore and Niamh Lawlor

Introduction by David Toop

Available now for € 10

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Soundworks - For Those Who Have Ears | Book & Audio CD

This full colour publication features contributions from: Aine Phillips, Charlotte Hug, Danny McCarthy, David Chapman, Jennifer Walshe, Felicity Ford, Linda Buckley, Gloria Monteleone, Declan Rooney, Janek Schaefer, Maia Ursted, Stanza, Joven Kerekes, Mick O'Shea, Neil C Smith, Jennifer Youell, Lee Welch, Paul Hegarty, Phil England, Richard Crow, Slavek Kwi, Anthony Kelly & David Stalling, Viv Corringham, Stuart Coughlan, Beattie Edited by Julie Forrester & Danny McCarthy, co-curated by Harry Moore and Niamh Lawlor

On the CD:

1 Old Roses and Old Ramblers
Dinahbird

2 Duet
Fergal Dowling & Linda Buckley

3 Wind Dockyards inverse
Harry Moore

4 I'm not ambitious
Joven Kerekes

5 Carpark
Lee Welch

6 Sound Barrier
Maia Urstad

7 Superstar
Tom Ryan

8 Flows and Levels (extract)
David Chapman

9 Office Max Track
Janek Schaefer

10 Hospital Radio
Richard Crow

11 Kindje (extract)
Mick O'Shea

12 Commentary
Slavek Kwi

13 Double Bass Hunter
Jopo Stereo

14 (Re)Locating The Soundscape (extract)
Danny McCarthy

15 Computer Sex
Jennifer Youell

16 Reheat
Anthony Kelly & David Stalling

17 http://alpha60.info
Denis McNulty

18 TraPlaHoly 1
Julie Forrester

19 Are we alone (extract)
Jane Anderson

20 Keen-Caoineadh
Aine Philips

21 SoundCities_cork
Stanza

22 Shadow-walks: Conal Creedon (extract)
Viv Corringham

23Craoghaca
Sean Taylor

24 Zoid versus Lyra
Morgan the Bouncer (K.O'Brien & G ua Laoghaire)

25 Steinfels (extract)
Charlotte Hug


Audio Editor - Danny McCarthy


Press voices:

"The book opens the lid on a multitude of possibilities, breaking down a lot of the mystique that attaches itself to sound art, as well as presenting some stimulating essays on sound, noise (as distinct from sound) and a startling view concerning the artistic possibilities of hospital radio... It is also remarkable how visually stimulating the book is thanks to many of the artist's including a selection of illustrations and images to go with their pieces".

Don O'Mahony, Arts, Irish Examiner, 2005

 

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