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Wouter van Veldhoven // Some things should be infinite or, on letting the damage be TAPE

Wouter van Veldhoven // Some things should be infinite or, on letting the damage be TAPE

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Dutch acoustic writerWouter van Veldhoven in June 2022This is the latest work released from the experimental label Visible Dinner For Invisible People in Leipzig, Germany, limited to 30 pieces.

Includes two collages using vintage equipment such as broken open reels and tattered and unusable magnetic disc recorders.

The case with special matchbox specifications is beautiful. DL code included.


Visible Dinner Other works here /// Click here to see more Visible Dinner releases available at Tobira. 

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Description by Visible Dinner:

"These recordings are the result of having an idea, building it, listening to it, finding out it behaves completely different than expected, then adjusting yourself to the results you got instead of trying to force the machinery you built in directions it doesn't want to go naturally. "

Machines / objects
Three headed rotating tape pitcher, modified magnetic disc recorder, various partially broken tape machines, motor speed controllers, a stick with strings, a pile of scrap metal and me.
Artist: Wouter van Veldhoven

 

Label: Visible Dinner

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Dutch acoustic writerWouter van Veldhoven in June 2022This is the latest work released from the experimental label Visible Dinner For Invisible People in Leipzig, Germany, limited to 30 pieces.

Includes two collages using vintage equipment such as broken open reels and tattered and unusable magnetic disc recorders.

The case with special matchbox specifications is beautiful. DL code included.


Visible Dinner Other works here /// Click here to see more Visible Dinner releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------

Description by Visible Dinner:

"These recordings are the result of having an idea, building it, listening to it, finding out it behaves completely different than expected, then adjusting yourself to the results you got instead of trying to force the machinery you built in directions it doesn't want to go naturally. "

Machines / objects
Three headed rotating tape pitcher, modified magnetic disc recorder, various partially broken tape machines, motor speed controllers, a stick with strings, a pile of scrap metal and me.
Artist: Wouter van Veldhoven

 

Label: Visible Dinner