Jeroen Diepenmaat

Jeroen Diepenmaat

Jeroen Diepenmaat
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Bld2

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Rafael González – mail art cassettes, micro-cassettes and anti-record, Spain, 2015. Ética Makinal was a group of teenagers who experimented with music created with synthesisers. Their aesthetic was related to punk, noise and industrial movements, but they also referred to other times and forms – they researched the visual principles of avant-garde and they were influenced by Futurism, Dadaism and Constructivism.

Rafael González – mail art cassettes, micro-cassettes and anti-record, Spain, 2015. Ética Makinal was a group of teenagers who experimented with music created with synthesisers. Their aesthetic was related to punk, noise and industrial movements, but they also referred to other times and forms – they researched the visual principles of avant-garde and they were influenced by Futurism, Dadaism and Constructivism.

BROKEN MUSIC. Book.   Berlin, Germany: Daadgalerie: 1992 From (the English translation of) Block's introduction: "Broken Music shows works of visual artists created with and for the medium of the record: records, record-covers, record-objects, record-installations. In contrast to the composer or musician who perceives the record first and foremost as a vehicle transpoting his musical ideas, the visual artist is especially interested in the optical as well as acoustical presence."

BROKEN MUSIC. Book. Berlin, Germany: Daadgalerie: 1992 From (the English translation of) Block's introduction: "Broken Music shows works of visual artists created with and for the medium of the record: records, record-covers, record-objects, record-installations. In contrast to the composer or musician who perceives the record first and foremost as a vehicle transpoting his musical ideas, the visual artist is especially interested in the optical as well as acoustical presence."

Kommissar Hjuler – anti-record in the form of a self-made “turntable”, “tonearm” and bespoke “needle”, with 7in single. Everything housed in found LP cover (Art By Telephone, 1969). Self-published. Psych.KG 181/ANTI, ref. #41, Germany, 2014.

Kommissar Hjuler – anti-record in the form of a self-made “turntable”, “tonearm” and bespoke “needle”, with 7in single. Everything housed in found LP cover (Art By Telephone, 1969). Self-published. Psych.KG 181/ANTI, ref. #41, Germany, 2014.

The unusual house is situated on the edge of a fictional cliff...

The unusual house is situated on the edge of a fictional cliff...

satohorn2.jpg Photo by audiovoice1 | Photobucket

satohorn2.jpg Photo by audiovoice1 | Photobucket

Lyota Yagi designed  vinyl records playable installation.

Lyota Yagi designed vinyl records playable installation.

Idea - use a LP Record and make into a book cover! I have a warped Beatles record I want to do something with.

Idea - use a LP Record and make into a book cover! I have a warped Beatles record I want to do something with.

Ron Arad, Concrete Stereo, 1983

Ron Arad, Concrete Stereo, 1983

Here's a musical twist to the concrete and resin floor: using records! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2T0G4Su5w8

Here's a musical twist to the concrete and resin floor: using records! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2T0G4Su5w8