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#11149

PLASTER CYMBAL SYMBOL

Artist
Chris Duncan
Price
$30.00
Date
2013
Publisher
Land and Sea
Format
Audio
Size
31 × 31 × 0.1 cm
Length
20 min
Genre
Vinyl Record
Description

PLASTER CYMBAL/SYMBOL is the third recording in a series of sound experiments made by Bay area artist, Chris Duncan, in which he employs repetition and accumulation as his conceptual framework. PLASTER CYMBAL/SYMBOL is a sound recording made from a plaster cast of a 23” ride cymbal with a piezo mic embedded in it. For this experiment, the cymbal stand-hole was covered, the cymbal flipped over and used as a mold for the plaster. The shape of the object is the negative space of the cymbal.

One sided white vinyl record, with offset printed and sewn covers, stamped and numbered in edition of 100.

  1. PLASTER CYMBAL SYMBOL
 

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