Richard Mosse (born 1980) is an Irish conceptual documentary photographer. Mosse gained significant attention for his photographs of the war in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo using colour infrared film intended to create a new perspective on conflict. It was also made into a film with cinematographer Trevor Tweeten and composer Ben Frost.
Benjamin Chase Harper (born October 28, 1969) is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Harper plays an eclectic mix of blues, folk, soul, reggae, and rock music and is known for his guitar-playing skills, vocals, live performances, and activism. He has released twelve regular studio albums, mostly through Virgin Records and has toured internationally.
Richard Mosse (born 1980, Kilkenny, Ireland) is an Irish conceptual documentary photographer. In June 2015, Mosse became a nominee member of Magnum Photos. Mosse gained significant attention for his photographs of the war in the Eastern Congo using colour infrared film intended to create a new perspective on conflict. It was also made into a film with cinematographer Trevor Tweeten.
The music of the Australian musician Ben Frost tells stories without words. In his album, The Centre Cannot Hold, he is held captive aboard an American aircraft carrier on which the only escape is music.Read a sonic fiction essay. Since his first self-released EP in 2001, Music for Sad Children, composer Ben Frost has unearthed eerily haunting sonic depictions of life in the 21 st century and.
Hecker tells me about the recent recordings he and Ben Frost have made, and some upcoming collaborative projects he’s looking forward to. But mostly, our conversation revolves around how we’re going to proceed with this interview. I get the sense that he’s not wild about it, as he rattles off a litany of questionable questions he’s been asked over the years. (I immediately start.
The visual distortion is intensified by a surround-sound design by Melbourne-born, Iceland-based musician and sound artist Ben Frost, who travelled with Mosse to the Congo to make field recordings. These Frost later combined with electronic composition to create a score which, like the visuals, combine the real and embellished into a new and strange subjectivity. Trevor Tweeten’s.
Watch: Vula Viel and Peter Zummo live at Cafe Oto. The London based trio's recent album launch captured in full. Iancu Dumitrescu in conversation with archival project Unearthing The Music. This video interview in the Bucharest home of spectralist composer Iancu Dumitrescu aims to shine new light on how avant garde music functioned in Romania before the revolution in 1989. Watch Ben LaMar Gay.
In the end of 2008, the artists OSGEMEOS were opening their second solo show in Brazil, and the first since 2006, at a Museum in the city of Curitiba. We heard about that show months earlier, but we realized about the real date one week before the opening. Lucas and I were still living in Porto Alegre and decided to go to the show three nights before, so we got two more friends on the car, and.
Why listening to music is the key to good health by NAOMI COLEMAN, femail.co.uk It's the weekend and at some point you'll probably relax to your favourite music, watch a film with a catchy title.
People who know my music from, for instance, the choral music universe suddenly have a path through to Sam Amidon’s music, or Ben Frost’s. This can only be a good thing, and yes, it does take a label, I think, to at least uphold a formal structure for this to happen. I find myself doing this too — for instance, your boyfriend Nils is on Erased Tapes; through his music I’ve found other.
Emma Forrest (born 26 December 1976) is a British-American film director, screenwriter. NME, Interview and Blackbook, where she interviewed Snoop Dogg and Brad Pitt. In the autumn of 2011, she contributed an essay to the album Ceremonials by Florence and the Machine that was included in the CD booklet. Novels. Forrest has written four novels: Namedropper (1998), Thin Skin (2002), Cherries.
Ballardian.com explores tropes and motifs found in the work of J.G. Ballard. The site attempts to formulate a world view refracted through the writings of Ballard, an author who has continually and accurately predicted the bewildering pace of change in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
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The Millions Interview. Craft Corner: The Millions Interviews Samanta Schweblin. Adam O’Fallon Price. All writers have something of the voyeur about us. We want to look at others in order to understand ourselves. Adam O’Fallon Price Homepage Banner. Support The Millions The Millions' future depends on your support. Become a member today. New Releases. Tuesday New Release Day: Starring.Giuseppe La Spada: It was a very peculiar experience, both for its starting and the intensity of its preparation. Ben is very cooperative; we shot something the day before and the mood among all the people involved in the project possible was great. The performance was a very good mix between the two aspects, I didn’t know what he was playing while I was shooting and it caught me unprepared.This is a list of notable people who have, or have had, major depressive disorder. A number of well-known people have had the disorder. While depression was sometimes seen as a shameful secret until the 1970s, society has since begun discussing depression more openly. Earlier figures were often reluctant to discuss or seek treatment for depression due to social stigma about the condition, or.