Re: electroacoustics - rap to tap to zap to frap


Subject: Re: electroacoustics - rap to tap to zap to frap
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Sat Jul 24 2004 - 08:23:27 EDT


perhaps i'm just weird.

but crossovers between categories has always been the foundation of my
work. its the synergy that comes out of the unexpected... i can't write
without it.

mC~

Kevin Austin wrote:

> In my experience, only some people will pursue cross-over categories,
> whether it's pop/jazz/classical/non-western or
> Pepsi/beer/poutine/clams. It seems that tastes (interests) 'cluster'
> in art, as in life.
>
> From the twentieth century, there is an enormous body of poetry, and
> an enormous body of plays, but the continuum between the two (in
> western culture) is not packed with plays written in poetic meters.
> This could be partly because the text functions is slightly different
> ways, and needs a mediating force (in this case music) to allow poetry
> to function as drama, and drama to become poetic.
>
> Try to imaging Law and Order, Ab/Fab, the Simpsons or the Trailer Park
> Boys in rhyming couplets.
>
>
> Best
>
> Kevin
>
>
>
>
> At 01:37 +0100 2004/07/23, Richard Wentk wrote:
>
>> It would be a much more interesting world if there were more
>> cross-over between categories, among audiences, works and creators,
>> but that doesn't seem to be how it works in practice. I don't think
>> it's possible to start making that happen until you have some idea of
>> how all the different ghettoes work and what everyone involved
>> expects from them.
>>
>> Richard
>
>
>
>

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