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  1. C.Reider C.Reider says:

    A deeply touching remembrance documentation and critical analysis of a noise artist who was at most generous deeply unknown to the public at large Minóy was withdrawing from the cassette network just as I was entering it but his name lingered and echoed in the literature and catalogues that came to me I became influenced by and acuainted with PBK and Zan Hoffman among others who were within his personal network when he was an active networker so I came to know of the effect his work and personality had on them I didn't know Minóy and I still have only heard very small samples of his work but I must acknowledge his part in my own lineage Most resonant for me was the documentation of his turmoil over the creative impulse versus the sharing impulse as well as the descriptions of the archiving of his work after his death I recommend this to anyone involved in the network of underground noise music and cassette network and netlabel network as an important document of our subculture

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Minóy ❴Read❵ ➬ Minóy Author Joseph Nechvatal – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Minóy is a rescue operation with several life rafts Minóy the book provides an introduction and overview to the important noise music artist Minóy — the pseudonym of American electronic art music Minóy is a rescue operation with several life rafts Minóy the book provides an introduction and overview to the important noise music artist Minóy — the pseudonym of American electronic art musician and sound artist Stanley Keith Bowsza Minóy’s audio compositions often conjuring up an enigmatic world of almost dreadful depth earned him a key position in the homemade independent cassette culture scene of the sMinóy the CDcassettemps available HERE makes available nine of Minóy’s audio compositions that span the years to These were drawn from recently discovered archival material and selected by the editor and artistic director of the project Joseph Nechvatal in collaboration with composer Phillip B Klingler PBK Klingler co producer and sound engineer houses the Minóy archive and has re mastered the tracks most of which have never been heard before it was thought that Minóy stopped recording in Minóy the book contains two written monograms of Minóy one by close friend Amber Sabri and one by artist and art theoretician Joseph Nechvatal There are three additional essays by Nechvatal the first of which “The Obscurity of Minóy” recounts the history of the recovery of the audio material from obscurity In the subseuent essays “The Aesthetics of an Obscure Monster Sacré” and “Hyper Noise Aesthetics” Nechvatal reflects on the artistic benefits of obscurity and situates Minóy’s deep droning palimpsest soundscapes within an original aesthetic theoretical context of an obscure monster sacré and also examines Minóy’s legacy in terms of current aesthetic responses to the surveillance state couching Minóy’s mysterious and excessive compositions in terms of a general art of noise In total Minóy’s work undergoes a critical intricacy in terms of a contemporary art practice engaged in the fragile balance between production of and resistance to perceptibility Nechvatal brings a subversive reading to Minóy’s work by presenting it as a form of hyper noise artistic gazing based in the flipping of figure and ground The book also contains sixty black and white portrait images from the Minóy as Haint as King Lear series that photographer Maya Eidolon Amber Sabri created before his death in collaboration with Minóy then known as Haint and Stuart Hass Minóy’s lifetime partnerSince artist Joseph Nechvatal has worked with ubiuitous electronic visual information computers and computer robotics His computer robotic assisted paintings and computer software animations are shown regularly in galleries and museums throughout the world He is the creator of the noise music opus viral symphOny Richard Milazzo describes Nechvatal’s theoretic output as “a systematic onslaught of critical theory” Nechvatal earned his PhD in the philosophy of art and new technology at The Centre for Advanced Inuiry in the Interactive Arts CAiiA and has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York City SVA His book of essays Towards an Immersive Intelligence Essays on the Work of Art in the Age of Computer Technology and Virtual Reality was published by Edgewise Press in In his book Immersion Into Noise was published by the University of Michigan Library’s Scholarly Publishing Office in conjunction with the Open Humanities Press His archive is housed at The Fales Library Downtown Special Collection at NYU in New York City.

  • Paperback
  • 94 pages
  • Minóy
  • Joseph Nechvatal
  • English
  • 05 April 2014
  • 9780692234273