It Swung Back and Forth, Back and Forth Forever. Then it Stopped and
it Howled Endlessly, 12" Maxi Single, edition 1000, 2009
€ 15,- for the regular edition
€ 25,- for a signed copy limited to 50
€ 150,- for the special edition which includes the record and a signed photograph, 30 x 40 cm. /11.8 x 15.7 inches
In 1968 Steve Reich premiered 'Pendulum Music' at the Whitney Museum of
American Art. 'Pendulum Music' involves suspended microphones swinging over
speakers to create phasing feedback tones and was on that occasion performed by
Richard Serra, James Tenney, Bruce Naumann and Michael Snow. 'It Swung Back and
Forth...' connects Reich's avant-garde minimalism to contemporary noise music
via Pete Townshend and Jimi Hendrix.
DAVE ALLEN/DOUGLAS GORDON/JONATHAN MONK
FRANCOIS XAVIER COURREGES
The DVD collection,
entitled "Bootleg", has 7 issues, with DVD's by VibekeTandberg
(Bootleg nr. 1), Carlos Amorales (bootleg nr. 2), Jonathan Monk (Bootleg nr. 3),
Dave Allen/Douglas Gordon/Jonathan Monk (Bootleg nr. 4), François Xavier Courrèges
(Bootleg nr. 5), Robert Barry (Bootleg nr. 6) and Mircea Cantor (Bootleg nr. 7).
Each DVD is an edition of 50, each DVD is signed and numbered, and each DVD is packaged in a especially designed plexiglass box, sizes 30 x 20 x 2 cm. Published between 2001-2003.
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Dave Allen/Douglas Gordon/Jonathan Monk, 'Dance Practice, Stooges Burnt Out', 2003
Vibeke Tandberg, Rennid Gnikam, 2001
Tandberg is best known for her intense photography and 16mm films, which tease our perception of what is, or could be, real.
Carlos Amorales, Mambo 4' 44", 2001
Amorales has been addressing issues of identity by developing a multi-layered transcultural, inter-urban artistic game that re-activates one of the most important icons of urban popular culture in Mexico: the masked wrestler.
Jonathan Monk, '1-50', 2003
Francois-Xavier Courrèges, 'Rebirth', 2003
Robert Barry, 'Now and Then', 2003
Mircea Cantor, '(...)', 2003
François Xavier Courrèges (bootleg nr. 5)
set of 7 DVD's