score for listening #202
part of a new series of scores developed during a residency at Paradise Air, Matsudo, Japan - Oct 2023
Following on from the first collection, for over borders #2 artists / composers were asked to send scores that, somehow, can use the act of walking as a way to question the objectification of environments and the role of 'stepping back' from a human centric view of place. Our thanks to all those who responded with their work.
It is now available as a free PDF here
Pheobe riley Law
Jez riley French
Veronica Daniela Cerrotta
Eliza Bożek / moltamole
I've collaborated on some new scores for the /ˈhʌmbər/ PDF, available to view or download here
This publication began as an idea to share some of the scores* by myself & my dad, Jez riley French, 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 (photographic scores,text scores, graphic 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
including work by;
Pheobe riley Law
Jez riley French
Espen Sommer Eide
The publication is also now part of the Walking as a Question conference, Greece, 2021
by myself & jez riley french
a simple thing for those who want to do it sometime in the coming weeks
score for listening - entice new normality
published in 'Walking from Scores' (Les Presses Du Réel) alongside scores by;
Meiko Shiomi, Simone Forti, Alison Knowles, Pauline Oliveros, Yoko Ono, Stephen Chase, Takehisa Kusogi, Alisa Oleva, Elena Biserna (who also complied the book), Viv Corringham, Peter Ablinger, Milan Adamčiak, G. Douglas Barrett, Blank Noise , George Brecht, Cornelius Cardew, Giuseppe Chiari, Seth Cluett , Philip Corner, Bill Dietz, Amy Dignam , David Dunn, Haytham El- Wardany, Esther Ferrer, Francesco Gagliardi , Jerome Giller , Oliver Ginger, Anna & Lawrence Halprin, David Helbich , Dick Higgins, Christopher Hobbs, Jerome Joy , Katrinem , Debbie Kent, Bengt af Klintberg, James Klopfleisch, Milan Knížák, Jirí Kovanda, Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, Bob Lens, Ligia Lewis , Alvin Lucier, Walter Marchetti, Larry Miller, iLAND/Jennifer Monson, Max Neuhaus, Open City & Emma Cocker, Nam June Paik, Michael Parsons, Ben Patterson, Mathias Poisson, Anna Raimondo, Paul Sharits, Mark So, Standards, Nicolas Tardy , Davide Tidoni, Ultra-red , Isolde Venrooy , Carole Weber, Manfred Werder, Franziska Windisch , Ben Vautier, La Monte Young.
exhibited / performed at Q-02, Brussels (2020), Standard, Milan (2020) & CiVA, Brussels (2021)
the score will also be part of the walking from scores event at gmea - june/july 2020
scores by Peter Ablinger, Doug Barrett, Elena Biserna, Blank Noise, George Brecht, Cornelius Cardew, Stephen Chase, Giuseppe Chiari, Seth Cluett, Philip Corner, Bill Dietz, David Dunn, Haytham El-Wardany, Esther Ferrer, Simone Forti, Francesco Gagliardi, Jerome Giller, Oliver Ginger, Anna Halprin, David Helbich, Dick Higgins, Christopher Hobbs, Jerome Joy, James Klopfleisch, Milan Knizak, Alison Knowles, Takehisa Kosugi, Bob Lens, Ligia Lewis, Alvin Lucier, Walter Marchetti, Larry Miller, Tim Mitchell, Max Neuhaus, Pauline Oliveros, Yoko Ono, Open City [Andrew Brown, Katie Doubleday and Simone Kenyon] & Emma Cocker, Nam June Paik, Michael Parsons, Ben Patterson, Pheobe riley Law & Jez Riley French, Paul Sharits, Hugh Shrapnel, Mark So, Standards, Nicolas Tardy, Davide Tidoni, Ultra-red, Wolf Vostell, Manfred Werder, Ben Vautier, La Monte Young.
'island | fjorar' - a series of scores for listening, in collaboration with Jez riley French. single images (jez) alongside text (myself). to be published on book form in 2021.
i'll alsobe doing a short residency at Steklenik Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 2021, which will also include a live performance and an installation in collaboration with Jez riley French 'island | fjorar' featuring some of my text pieces
published in Os Journal (Iceland) - 2020
collaboration with Jez riley French on a new score - commissioned for the Fresh Aires project and premiered by Phillip Thomas and Matthew Bourne (piano) in Sheffield and Leeds
the score is also now archived at The British Music Collection and can be viewed here
'score for nissai theatre' - graphic score using elements of the architectural plans for the nissai theatre, Tokyo, Japan. The score was interpreted as part of the 'veer' installation / book and for a digital release, by; Catherine Kontz (piano), Embla Quickbeam (tape), Phillip Thomas (piano), Manja Ristic (violin, objects) and Jez riley French (field recordings, objects)