lostprofiles:


TERENCE HANNUM
Density | Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel
16” diameter | 2014 (PRIVATE COLLECTION)
www.terencehannum.com

lostprofiles:

TERENCE HANNUM

Density | Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel

16” diameter | 2014 (PRIVATE COLLECTION)

www.terencehannum.com


TERENCE HANNUM
Density | Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel
16” diameter | 2014 (PRIVATE COLLECTION)
www.terencehannum.com

TERENCE HANNUM

Density | Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel

16” diameter | 2014 (PRIVATE COLLECTION)

www.terencehannum.com

Delia Derbyshire: The broadcaster and Doctor Who fan Matthew Sweet travels to The University of Manchester - home of Delia Derbyshire’s private collection of audio recordings - to learn more about the wider career and working methods of the woman who realised Ron Grainer’s original theme to Doctor Who.

lostprofiles:

TERENCE HANNUM

Resonance I| Cassette Tape and Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel | 34” x 34” | 2014

WWW.TERENCEHANNUM.COM

TERENCE HANNUM

Resonance I| Cassette Tape and Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel | 34” x 34” | 2014

WWW.TERENCEHANNUM.COM

Phill Niblock sat down with us to discuss his career in art, his performance at MOCAD, and why it’s so important to listen to his music loud.

A maverick presence on the fringes of the avant garde, Phill Niblock combines ideas from minimalist music, conceptual art, structural cinema, systems art, and even political art. Niblock makes thick, loud drones of music, filled with microtones of instrumental timbres which generate many other tones in the performance space. Simultaneously, he presents filmwork that looks at the movement of people working, or sometimes computer-driven black and white abstract images floating through time.

Phill Niblock is an intermedia artist using music, film, photography, video and computers. He was born in Indiana in 1933. Since the mid-60’s he has been making music and intermedia performances which have been shown at numerous venues around the world including the Museum of Modern Art; The Wadsworth Atheneum; the Kitchen; the Paris Autumn Festival; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Akademie der Kunste, Berlin; ZKM; Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard; World Music Institute at Merkin Hall NYC.
Program:

Music by Phill Niblock:
Hurdy Hurry (1999) Jim O’Rourke, hurdy gurdy (recorded samples)
FeedCorn Ear (2013) Arne Deforce, cello (recorded samples)
Sethwork (2003) Seth Josel, acoustic guitars played with E-bow (recorded samples)
Vlada BC (2013) Elisabeth Smalt, viola d’amore (recorded samples)

Images by Phill Niblock:
The ‘Movement of People Working’ series, Film/Video — China 88, Portugal, Lesotho

This brand-new video from Chicago’s own Locrian “is about the concept of annihilation as interpreted by the contemporary post-industrial culture.”

TERENCE HANNUM

Resonance | Cassette Tape and Magnetic Cassette Tape Coating on Panel | 34” x 34” | 2014

WWW.TERENCEHANNUM.COM

BRANDON STOSUY: A Blaze In The North American Sky

As a writer (a new book with Matthew Barney has just been released), columnist (Pitchfork, The Believer,..) and metal lover, Brandon Stosuy is certainly no unknown to music and metal fans around the world.
As a part of the IBM series taking place in AB in early 2014, we have asked Brandon to present an updated version of A Blaze In The North American Sky (2008) in the form of a reading. In this essay, he gives us a glimpse into what is referred to as the third wave of black metal (US black metal).
There will be a Q&A session following Brandon’s account. In it, Brandon will share the company of Terence Hannum from Locrian (who performs in the AB Club that evening).

- See more at: http://www.abconcerts.be/en/concerts/p/detail/ibm-inspired-by-black-metal-presents-lecture-by-brandon-stosuy-a-blaze-in-the-north-american-sky-11-04-2014#sthash.rxH2A3t8.dpuf