Are you really there? (radiophonic music)
by Ros Bandt
From the CD Double exposure
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Are you really there / [by Ros Bandt]. Virtual paradise / [by Barney Jones, Jim McKee and David Lawrence]. Train trips / [by Stuart Hall and Dean Edwards]
Library shelf no. CDL 69 [Available for loan]
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A short musical feature by Australian composer Ros Bandt, journeying between virtual communities and obsolete technologies. The artist makes an investigation of the actual, the usable, the used, the discarded, the hoped-for and the future. As a superseded Image-writer printer is transformed into a bowed cello, and the sounds of a 1920 Underwood typewriter become the vehicle of communication in a letter to the artist's deceased mother. Are we real? What is real? Will we be real in the future? Is this work real? Are you really listening? Are you really there?
Duration: 12 min.
- Has as subject/About: Environmental themes
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