over borders #1

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To coincide with WLC2021 we’ll be publishing ‘over borders #2’, and we’d also like to share with participants the first collection of scores, curated by Jez riley French and Pheobe riley Law

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This collection began as an idea to share some of our own scores* connected to the concept or effects of borders, which we then expanded to include work by others in our creative communities. Artists / composers were asked to send scores that, in some way, referenced border; social, political, virtual, perceptual, environmental or between species.

Our thanks to all those who responded with their work.

* a smaller selection of these are included
Pheobe riley Law
Jez riley French
Line Elkjær
Gabrielle Harnois-Blouin
Isabella Stevenson
Signe Liden
Espen Sommer Eide
Manfred Werder
Helen Frosi
Stephen Chase
Manja Ristić
Tomoko Hojo
Yifeat Ziv
lo wie
Carole Finer
Eleanor Cully
Iris Garrelfs
Annie Goh
Asha Sheshadri
Lucie Stepankova
Catherine Kontz

The publication is available as a free PDF download at the attached link.

Jez Riley French

Jez Riley French

my work involves a focus on located listening and recording, including the development and use of extended techniques, photographic scores and encouraging discussion around the borders of sound and sound culture. As an installation artist and music / sound...

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