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Clark Coolidge (1939) grew up in Providence, Rhode Island and attended Brown University before moving to New York in the early 1960s. In New York he befriended Ted Berrigan and saw his first book Flag Flutter & U.S. Electric published in 1966. Coolidge moved to San Francisco the next year, where he joined the psych-folk band The Serpent Power as a jazz drummer. His poetry has been published extensively since. Among his many publications are collaborations with Philip Guston…
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Laura Grisi (1939-2017) was an Italian artist who travelled extensively after her marriage to documentary filmmaker Folco Quilici in the mid-1960s. Overwhelmed by the natural beauty and the awe-inspiring power of nature that she came across during her foreign…
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Relly Tarlo (1949) is a Dutch-Israeli artist and pioneer in the field of sound sculpture installations. Tarlo was trained at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten The Hague, Ateliers 63 Haarlem and the Jan van Eyck Academy Maastricht. He currently…
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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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