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Takehisa Kosugi (1938-2018) was a Japanese composer and violinist. Kosugi studied ethno-musicology at the Tokyo University of the Arts, from which he graduated in 1962. Influenced by his professor Fumio Koizumi, the Italian Futurists and Pierre Schaeffer…
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Giuseppe Chiari (1926–2007) was a Fluxus artist from Florence, Italy. In cooperation with Archivo Silenzio and Chiari’s friend and assistant Paolo Coteni, Slowscan has now released an LP with two piano pieces by Chiari, both recorded in Rome, one in…
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Enzo Minarelli (1951) published his ‘Manifesto of Polypoetry’ in 1987. It contains a theory of Minarelli’s one-man performances, of which sound poetry, performance art and videos form integral parts. Two of the statements in this manifesto are ‘The…
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Slowscan vol. 33 is a re-issue on vinyl of a cassette that was released on Reflection Press in 1972. Reflection Press was run from Stuttgart from 1968 to 1988 by Fluxus artist Albrecht/d (1944-2013), whose press was an extension of his practice as an action…
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sold outHerman de Vries (1931), who prefers to have his name spelled ‘herman de vries’ to avoid hierarchy in capital and lower case letters, was trained as a gardener in the early 1950s. After a spell as an agricultural worker in France, De Vries…

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