passing places

Daniel Burkhardt and gksh
Edition 20 & 2AE, 2015
8’00”
12 inch I 45 rpm I A side

The Edition passing places was created on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition by Daniel Burkhardt at Bruch & Dallas.

The acoustic material used in the composition was derived from audio recordings made during the preparation and opening of the exhibition, as well as passages from the rehearsal process to Gerriet K. Sharma’s interventions floating points – sound installation, spatial turns – performance with record player orchestra and brittle film – concert for a video, whichhad been staged and performed in the exhibition rooms during the nxnwfestival 2015.

The edition is available exclusively through Bruch & Dallas Cologne.

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