Vinculum (Coincidence​)​: Indexed Conjectures of Coincidence Imprints Once Happened

by Coppice

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about

2014 | Agxivatein (GR) | #13

Vinculum (Coincidence) was composed by Noé Cuéllar & Joseph Kramer between October 2010 and January 2011, originally for two live accordions and four speakers with aleatoric content. It was conceived for its week-long live presentation in February 2011 at Without You I Am Nothing: Interactions, a performance series curated by Tricia Van Eck for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

Vinculum (Coincidence) includes the recordings S-1 02.01 004:44, S-1 03.01 005:36, and T-M 01.01 003:50 from Vinculum, Coppice’s archive of sonic artifacts. The studio arrangement for CD was developed between May 2011 and November 2012. The accordion duo score recordings were engineered by Todd A. Carter in June 2011 at Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago.

credits

released October 1, 2014

Cover and Design : Coppice
Black & white photographs : Nathan Keay © Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Doug vanderHoof

Thank you to: Maritza Bautista, Chelsea Culp & Ben Foch, Rodion Galperin, Guillermo Gregorio, Emily Green & Nick Wylie, Meg Kramer, Marinos Koutsomichalis & Akis Sinos, Julia A. Miller, Jenny Vallier, Tricia Van Eck, and to the audiences that varied and constellated the composition.

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