No Age - Collage Culture album download
|A1||Living In The Mess||17:34|
|B1||The Death Of Subculture||18:14|
Notes1000 PRESSED. 900 BLACK VINYL. 50 OPAQUE PURPLE. PRINTED INNER SLEEVE, SILK SCREENED PLASTIC COVER DESIGNED BY BRIAN ROETTINGER.
This record actually consists of two different recorded experiences on either channel. On the right side of your speaker system you will hear excerpts of an essay by Aaron Rose titled "The Death of Subculture" and Mandy Kahn's "Living in the Mess" (written for the book "COLLAGE CULTURE: Examining the 21st Centuries Identity Crisis") read by various personalities. On the left channel you will hear two pieces of instrumental music written by No Age.
|PPM54||No Age||Collage Culture (12", pur)||Post Present Medium||PPM54||US||2012|
In February 2012 No Age released the "Collage Culture" 12" on Post Present Medium, A soundtrack to readings of excerpts from the book Collage Culture written by Aaron Rose, Mandy Kahn and designed by Brian Roettinger published by JRP-Ringier. The record is split in two channels, one side has readings from both essays in the book and the other is No Age music written specifically for the release. No Age released An Object on August 19, 2013 on Sub Pop. On January 26, 2018, they released their fourth album on Drag City, entitled, Snares Like a Haircut.
Music News: No Age prepare an experimental piece for new 'Collage Culture' release. No Age are preparing to release a new experimental piece named 'Collage Culture'. No Age were never exactly easy listening. Yet in recent times the Los Angeles group have begun to move in far more experimental realms. Absorbing elements of electronic music, the band have continually pushed forward. Now the two piece have confirmed plans to release 'Collage Culture' - perhaps their most un-musical piece yet. The new release will run alongside a book of the same name, crafted by artist Aaron Rose and writer Mandy Kahn.
No Age – Collage Culture. Label: Post Present Medium – PPM54. Format: Vinyl, 12", purple. On the left channel you will hear two pieces of instrumental music written by No Age. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
2. Excerpts From Aaron Rose’S Essay the Death of Subculture W/ Music By No Age. No Age, Aaron Rose.
Collage fits more perfectly into our current age than almost any other artistic technique. Hardcover: 272 pages. Publisher: Gestalten (August 15, 2013). There are better books about collage both Modern and Contemporary printed in 1980 this book doesn't even accomplish that with the artists it is portraying. It is more like Community Art League nonsense. I fear I've wasted my money this time and hope that the artists in this book do in fact some day attain their dreams of becoming great collage creators
The Age of Collage book. Spontaneous, irreverent, personal . The technique of collage fits perfectly into our current age. Raw visual material is collected by an artist and then combined in such a way as to abstract the individual elements enough that the artist's own vision becomes prominent. Because collage Spontaneous, irreverent, personal. Collage fits more perfectly into our current age than almost any other artistic technique.
The culture that we live in has become such a sort of cut-and-paste culture, Herrmann points out. Collage has become a representative for that state of cultural production. At the same time, I think it transcends it. It offers an alternative to an ever-shifting, ever-fluid image world and reminds people of tactility, texture, and the reality of the world we live in-a unique approach that visual art can offer that digital media does not convey.
The new second volume of the Gestalten-published book is set to distill the medium's most pioneering minds in one fantastic tome. TextNatalia Romagosa.