Shop > Audio

#03445

Holiday: Soundtracks for collaborative Art projects

Artists
Candy Factory and Ed Ruscha
Price
$15.00
Date
2001
Format
Audio
Details
Softcover
ISBN
in
Size
14.5 × 12.3 × 1 cm
Length
Genre
CD
Description

This Soap_land records production features songs and soundtracks from Candy Factory collaborative art projects. The CD features Takuji Kogo, John Miller, Martine Corompt, Ola Pehson, and G.H. Hovagimyan.

All music from candy factory collaborative art projects 2000-2003.
Produced by Takuji KOGO. Coordinated by Keeich Miyagawa.

From Soap_land:

This is a music CD organized as a collaborative project by *candy factory including 16 tunes made by visual artists. 9 tunes made by Takuji KOGO who has been running the *candy factory as a collaborative platform since 1998.
The tunes are mostly made for specific places during web or exhibition projects. For instance fake Advertisement for failed post-modern housing project in JP titled “Nexus World”, also fake Advertisement on web for failed globalism in Scotland, re-mixed Scottish traditional song “False Bride”, “Mall of America” or “As Seen On TV”, these tunes are made from signs for a big shopping mall at Minneapolis published as a web project through “translocations” organized by Steve Dietz from the Walker Art center.
3 tunes by John Miller who is an artist based in NY and Berlin. John Miller participated with his photo series “Middle Of The Day” as a candyfactory web project and produced midi music entitled “Pot Boiler” also published “Denim Girl” for a web project in collaboration with KOGO. And for this CD, he participated with new tune titled “Butterfly’s Funeral”.
Martine Colompt is an artist based in Melbourne who participated in the “Gloss” project with candyfactory in 2002. For the exhibition at CCP Melbourne , she was inspired by John Carpenter’s film “Village Of The Damned” and produced a video clip for her pop music titled “Spell On You”
One clip from G.H.Hovagimyan based in NY who is working on synthetic voices as his digital communication performances. The tune “Spiritual Repose” was made for the candyfactory project “Think The Same” for the Total museum in Korea, singing Japanese toilet as a spiritual repose from “ Praise of Shadow “ by Junichiro Tanizaki Ola Pehrson is an artist based in Stockholm who joined this project with a sound track “MOM SHE COOKS” for his new project “cookbook” at IASPIS, Stockholm.
Another original member of candyfactory Tetsu Takagi also put his word sketches into synthetic voice performance too “GIRLS”.
All tunes or mimic of music are made by visual Artists during collaborative projects with candyfactory and now re-presented for everyday visions.

Track Listing:

01. NO PLACE (2:30) Takuji KOGO/
02. FALSE BRIDE (5:20) SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL SONG (the 17th Century) mixed by Takuji KOGO/
03. NEXUS WORLD. RELEASED (3:09) /
04. NEXUS WORLD MEDLEY (6:53) Ta kuji KOGO featuring Victoria Hi-quality. /
05. MOM, SHE COOKS (1:45) Ola Pehrson /
06. SPIRITUAL_REPOSE (0:24)/
07. LEAVES&MOSS (0:20) GH.Hovagimyan /
08. MALL OF AMERICA (6:24) /
09. AS SEEN ON TV (3:30) Takuji KOGO /
10. DENNIM GIRL (4:09) John Miller /
11. SPELL ON YOU (JAPANESE)(2:32) Martine Corompt /
12. SPELL ON YOU (ENIGLISH) (2:30) Martine Corompt /
13. POT BOILER (4 :04) John Miller/
14. BUTTERFLY’S FUNERAL (5:40) John Miller/
15. ARES ARES EUQ (5:45) Takuji KOGO/
16. LOST IN SPACE (1:30) Takuji KOGO

  1. Holiday: Soundtracks for collaborative Art projects
 

Related Items

  1. John Oswald: Plunderphonic - Plexure
  2. Albatross Note: The Art Lodge Tapes
  3. Rakett: Darling Don’t Leave Me All By Myself
  4. Mani Mazinani: On Wu-Tang Forever
  5. Ken Buera and Don Simmons: EMMAX : birthday song
  6. Labia Minora: ANGELBLOOD
  7. Alejandra and Aeron: Porto (folklore fragments volume 2)
  8. Black Sun Productions: Dies Juvenalis
  9. Charles Balls and Jacob Horwood: split album
  10. Eric Doeringer: CD 2002
  11. Brian Eno: Thursday Afternoon
  12. Crazy Music​/​Philip Corner​/​1990
  13. Gravitons: Raw Reads
  14. 40 Years and One: Philip Corner Plays the Piano
  15. Martin Creed: I Can’t Move
  16. Kelly Mark: I Really Should
  17. John Oswald: Aparanthesi
  18. Alan Licht: A New York Minute
  19. Jackson MacLow: Open Secrets
  20. Black Sun Productions: Astral Walk