QCS_130 Zebra Mu “Aimless Distortion” C9 (edition of 15)
New Zebra Mu hitting you with frenzied harsh noise and distressed electronics!
Each cassette is packaged in a black back library case that feature black and green printed labels. Front cover artwork is printed in black ink, whilst the inside cover artwork is printed in red ink onto light peach paper.
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QCS-003Z Various Artists “FYI: DIY Label Sampler & Art Zine” CDr (edition of 30)
Created for the Norwich Millennium Library Zine Fair on 23 November 2019!
Each copy includes an eight page mini art zine showcasing a few favourite front cover artworks designed over the years, printed in either magenta or red ink onto light blue paper. The labelled CDr comprises of selected tracks from past releases, features material from: Mutant Ape, Utnapishtim & Bruital Orgasme, blackhumor, GX…
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Check out this glowing review of Raw Flint Wall #1 courtesy of Roger Batty!
I’m excited to announce two floppy disk video/sound works Floppy Friction (Performance for Two Floppy Disks and Contact Microphone) and Floppy Destruction (Performance for One Floppy Disk and Contact Microphone) are included in Floppy Totaal – Double Density on 19 October at Varia (Gouwstraat 3, Rotterdam). Inspired by the works of John Cage and Alvin Lucier, both videos reveal the physicality and compression limits of this humble disk storage medium.
“The emphasis of this evening lies on the concept of the floppy disk as comfort food in a “future/present shocked” digital age. In what way does working with floppy disks help us cope in a time preoccupied with “new” media and planned obsolescence? Does the floppy disk hold more content than just 1,44 MB of data? Join us to find out!”
A sound and anti-record/mail art piece is included in this wonderful group exhibition inspired by the work of Kurt Schwitters, for many years a huge influence on my practice. The exhibition is curated by freelance artist and author Astrid Jahns.
You can listen to Low-Fi Merz Voice Collage here (third track down):
Merz Bird (anti-record/mail art piece) is documented here:
Día. – Raum für Automedialität, Kötnerholzweg 13, 30451 Hannover, Germany, 15 September – 20 October.
Dadada anti-CDr/mail art object is included in the Dada/fluXus/MailArt Exhibition at Exit11 Contemporary Art Gallery, rue de Petit-Leez 129, 5031 Grand-Leez, Namur, Belgium. It is open to the public 8:00-17:00, between 15 September – 15 October.
You can check out my piece and others in the online catalogue:
For further information on the gallery please visit:
QCS_127 Michael Ridge “Padlock Loop” Anti Tape Loop & C18 (edition of 10)
Presenting my latest tape loop / anti-cassette project!
Padlock Loop consists of a five second tape loop and C18 reel of tape mounted in an all clear screwed cassette shell. A heavy-duty padlock is fastened onto the supply reel, a key is provided: however, this is wedged inside the cassette shell making playback initially impossible. Playing the loop requires listeners to unscrew the cassette shell, remove the key then reassemble the cassette without the padlock attached. The C18 reel can either be mounted into another cassette shell or utilise the existing one with the tape loop removed.
The loop and C18 reel contain recordings sourced directly from one of the padlocks; utilising a contact microphone to capture the various metallic scraps, clicks and clunks when used.
All information is printed onto a small transparent acetate sheet. Tools…
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