PR No. 2.06 "P.O.P."
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PR No. 2.06.005
Release Date: July 1, 2009
Title: Fifteen Sounds of the War on the Poor, vol.4
Description: In the fourth and final installment of the series, artists and activists forty-five to sixty sound off their replies to the invocation: What is the sound of the war on the poor? This concluding chapter offers one-minute sound bites that range from microphonic interventions to musique concréte documentaries. Volume 4 features contributions by Pablo Alvarez, Ava Bromberg, Sean Burn, Cassy, William Crisp, Elders of Zion, Ismail Farouk, Gitar, Susanne Lang & Anziska Frielinghaus, Augusto Palma, Andrew Poppy, Ilich Sabotage, Starry Zafara, T Ernest Wilbey, Union de Vecinos.
PR No. 2.06.004
Release Date: March 15, 2009
Title: Fifteen Sounds of the War on the Poor, vol.3
Description: In the third installment of the series, another fifteen activists and artists answer the call: What is the sound of the war on the poor? Coming from North, South, East and West, the pieces range from electroacoustic dispatches to Hörspiel miniatures. Volume 3 features contributions by Emily Abendroth, Dieter Behr & Peter Sihorsch-Jenseide, Toshiro Bishoko, Zeljko Blace, Deison, Pawan Dhall, Fax, Field fo the Neo-Futurist Collective, Hopen, I Cut People, Manrico Montero, Duncan Speakman, Kevin Van Meter & Team Colors, The Vectorist, Adern X.
PR No. 2.06.003
Release Date: February 1, 2009
Title: Fifteen Sounds of the War on the Poor, vol.2
Description: Fifteen artists and activists from around the world enter their responses to the question: What is the sound of the war on the poor? The results range from soundbite mash-ups to sound walk documentaries. Volume 2 features contributions by Luigi Archetti, BLK w/Bear, GPV-C/E. Castro, Ellipse Elkshow, Heribert Friedl, Ryan Griffis & Sarah Ross, Kixly, kLIMEK, Pedro Rocha, Steve Stuffit, Swimming Lesson, Gerhard Schultz, Michael Trommer, X-Chris, Héctor Zárate.
PR No. 2.06.002
Release Date: November 2008
Title: Fifteen Sounds of the War on the Poor, vol.1
Ultra-red asks fifteen artists and activists to come up with a one-minute audio recording in response to the question: What is the sound of the war on the poor? The results range from field recordings, re-appropriated sounds, mini-symphonies and spoken rants. Volume 1 features contributions by Alejandra and Aeron, Knut Åsdam, Checkpoint 303, Christopher DeLaurenti, Michelle Dizon, Ashley Hunt, Jack Tactic, Anton Nikkilä, Isabelle Noël, Elliot Perkins, PSBEUYS, Jennifer Rarick, Rural Racism Project, Terre Thaemlitz, Ultra-red.
PR No. 2.06.001
Release Date: October 2008
Artist: Christopher DeLaurenti
Title: Wallingford Food Bank
Description: Seattle phonographer and soundscape composer Christopher DeLaurenti delivers a gritty sonic document of poverty for his Public Record debut. According to the cliché, the starving artist holds a golden thread to class advancement. Does an artist persist in identifying with wealth even to the point of amnesia? This is the sound of the golden thread being cut.
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