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Rie Nakajima, Pierre Berthet - Dead Plants And Living Objects mp3

Rie Nakajima, Pierre Berthet - Dead Plants And Living Objects mp3

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Interprète: Rie Nakajima, Pierre Berthet
Titre: Dead Plants And Living Objects
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 2018
Style: Abstract, Experimental
Catégorie: Électro / Non musique / Enfants
Classement: 4.3
Label: Not On Label (Rie Nakajima and Pierre Berthet)

Tracklist

1Dead Plants And Living Objects - 2017 Live Recordings43:26


Crédits

  • Performer, Design [Packaging], Artwork [Self built objects], Music ByPierre Berthet
  • Performer, Design [Packaging], Artwork [Self built objects], Music By, Edited ByRie Nakajima
  • Recorded ByChristophe Albertijn, Daniel Meir


Notes

Very limited edition to be sold at concerts or from the artist's website (http://www.rienakajima.com/DPLO.html).
Each copy of the box has different contents.
Carboard box including in this case a Cd-r, handmade "musical instruments" made out of various materials (paper, wood etc), a printed booklet of drawings, hand-colored paper sheet, 5 postcards, and a promo postcard of the "Walking the circumference of an irregular circle" performance at Q-O2, for example.

Recording info from website:

September 22 2017, Pierre Berthet and Rie Nakajima at Atelier Claus in Brussels
Recorded by Christophe Albertijn

December 09 2017, Pierre Berthet solo at Tectonics Festival in Tel Aviv
Recorded by Daniel Meir

Mixed by Rie Nakajima


Album

Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help Sorry Something went wrong. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated. Dead Plants & Living Objects by Pierre Berthet & Living Objects, released 24 April 2020 1. Pierre Berthet & Rie Nakajima - Dead Plants & Living Objects Tin cans, whistles, locomotive suspension springs, porcelain bowls, compressor top bells, ping pong balls, agave dry leaves, sponges, steel wires, branches, paper foils, plastic bags, silver papers, pink gloves, piano, balloons, buckets, feathers, water, scraps, peebles, flower pots, guitar, metal tubes, paulownia tree seeds, pearls, bamboo sticks, logs, bones, stones, filter queens. September 22 2017, Pierre Berthet and Rie Nakajima at Atelier Claus in Brussels Recorded by Christophe Albertijn. Dead Plants & Living Objects. A collaboration of Pierre Berthet and Rie Nakajima since 2014. 23 May at 04:16 . It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser. Posted by Pierre Berthet. Pierre Berthet. 23 May at 04:09 . Il y a quelques mois, mon ami Olindo m'avait invité chez lui pour me montrer une petite batterie qu'il avait assemblée de bric et de broc. She also has a collaborative project Dead PlantsLiving Objects with Pierre Berthet. She has recently had her first major solo exhibition at IKON Gallery in Birmingham. Sites . Rie Nakajima & Pierre Berthet: Dead Plants & Living Objects. Malpartida de Cáceres Museo Vostell Malpartida, Spain. The artists create sounding fountains in response to the natural surroundings of the museum and also perform on the opening day. Malpartida de Cáceres Museo Vostell Malpartida, 17 October2 February. Pierre Berthet and Rie Nakajima bring their exploration of the essence of everyday objects to the Recital Room. As part of their ongoing Dead Plants and Living Objects collaboration, Pierre Berthet and Rie Nakajima bring their exploration of the essence of everyday objects to the Recital Room. The Living and the Dead is Jolie Holland's fourth studio album. It was released on October 7, 2008, through Anti Records. The album was mixed and engineered by Joel Hamilton. Mexico City. Corrido Por Buddy. You Painted Yourself In. Fox In its Hole. Your Big Hands. Sweet Loving Man. Love Henry. The Future. Enjoy Yourself. Jolie Holland vocals, guitar, drum, fiddle, clapping, whistling, producer. M Ward guitar, bass, producer. Rie Nakajima, Pierre Berthet. Dead Plants and Living Objects. Tin cans, whistles, locomotive suspension springs, porcelain bowls, compressor top bells, ping pong balls, agave dry leaves, sponges, steel wires, branches, paper foils, plastic bags, silver papers, pink gloves, piano, balloons, buckets, feathers, water, scraps, peebles, flower pots, guitar, metal tubes, paulownia tree seeds, pearls, bamboo sticks, logs, bones, stones, filter queens Rie Nakajima and Pierre Berthet create ways to let things vibrate, their acoustic shadows dancing around, eventually encouraging them to produce soun