Soundtrack from First Violin Film. Set track as current obsession.
His innovative and provocative ideas are expressed in a wide range of media and materials, which makes it difficult to categorize his work as inhabiting a single style. Shipped in a custom-made protective package to avoid any possible damage. SIDE A. 1. Soundtrack from first violin film. Playing all four strings on the violin. 2. Violin problem twoPlaying two notes very close together. SIDE B. Rhythmic stamping.
Violin Problem Two (Playing Two Notes Very Close Together) 4:08. B1. Rhythmic Stamping (Four Rhythms In Preparation For Video Tape Problems) 19:58. Scrobble now. Last scrobbled: on 22/2/18.
Bruce Nauman (born December 6, 1941) is an American artist. His practice spans a broad range of media including sculpture, photography, neon, video, drawing, printmaking, and performance. Nauman lives near Galisteo, New Mexico. Nauman was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but his father's work as an engineer for General Electric meant that the family moved often
The word ‘violence’ incorporates the first four letters of the first word, ‘violins’, and the last five letters of the word ‘silence’. The words convey extremes of sound and situation. Curator Joseph D. Ketner II has stated that ‘the word violin conjures up a pure musical sound that is squelched by violence and obliterated by the succeeding silence. The confluence of these words creates an ekphrastic sound poem in visual form that speaks of the extremes of music and silence, creativity and violence’ (Ketner, Kraynak and Volk 2006, . 7). Further reading Brenda Richardson, Bruce Nauman: Neons, exhibition catalogue, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore 1982, p. 2–5, 92–5, reproduced . 3. Nicholas Serota, Joan Simon, and Jean Christophe-Ammann, Bruce Nauman, exhibition catalogue, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London 1986, . 6, reproduced . 5.