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Kim CASCONE v Nitre!
Oliver Rehák



Tropes & Sequences is a series of new pieces based on "extensions" (in place of the concept of "remix") of legacy electro-acoustic works by Xenakis, Oliveros, and others. It is an effort to build a connection to current praxis of electronic music performance via historical works by recasting them in a new form using new tools and ideas. A CD containing these pieces is currently under development for SubRosa in Belgium and is tentatively scheduled for a possible 2004 release.

Kim Cascone has a long history involving electronic music: he received his formal training in electronic music at the Berklee College of Music in the early 1970's, and in 1976 continued his studies with Dana McCurdy at the New School in New York City. In the 1980's, after moving to San Francisco and gaining experience as an audio technician, Cascone worked with David Lynch as Assistant Music Editor on both Twin Peaks and Wild at Heart.

He left the film industry in 1991 to concentrate on Silent Records, a label that he founded in 1986, transforming it into the U.S.'s premier electronic music label. At the height of Silent's success, he sold the company in early 1996 to pursue a career as a sound designer and went to work for Thomas Dolby's company Headspace as a sound designer and composer. After a two year stint at Headspace he worked for Staccato Systems as the Director of Content where he oversaw sound design using algorithmic synthesis for video games.
Since 1984, Kim has released more than 30 albums of electronic music and has recorded/performed with Merzbow, Keith Rowe, Tony Conrad, Scanner, Ikue Mori, and Pauline Oliveros among others.

Cascone was one of the co-founders of the microsound list which focuses on issues concerning digital music and laptop performance (http://www.microsound.org) and has written for Computer Music Journal (MIT Press), Artbyte Magazine, Soundcultures and Parachute Journal.

Kim Cascone sa objaví v Nitre v rámci priebežného cyklu Hermove ucho. Jeho vystúpenie v spolupráci s festivalom Mediawave poriada OZ Animartis + subterra s podporou NKF.
at the Tate Modern
recent interview at the Cycling74 website
ďalšie texty autora
DEADRED RECORDS - profil vo forme rozhovoru Ochom ukom
Bookcrossing alias èo s preèítanými knihami Ochom ukom
Transmediale.03: hrajte globálne! Ochom ukom
články autora
Bruce Sterling 16
Zden 15
FutuЯetro 14
Berlin: Die Hauptstadt 13
Urban Stories 01
Nový Most, Bratislava
Sound squatting 13
Počítač vás paralyzuje
Rozhovor s Alexejom Šulginom
Phonophani 4/2001
Who is doing the art of tomorrow?
Ars Electronica 2001
Rune Grammofon 3/2001
Rozhovor s Johnom Oswaldom 2/2001
Imaginárny rozhovor s Johnom Cageom 1/2001


<over> 04 máj 2004 14.09
hm, on je obcas trochu akademicky (viem to, lebo som prekladal jeho esej ;) ale v nitre nerozpraval, iba hral tie remixy skladatelov elektroakustickej hudby a bolo to prijemne
CASCONE? <slavo> 29 apr 2004 09.52
no teda jeho prazska prednaska nebola bohvieco... o vjingu - akoze vznikol preto, ze ludia potrebovali nejaku nahradu za narativnu popularnu hudbu a podiovu sou, co sa mu nepaci, lebo si mysli, ze aj elektronicka experimentalna hudba je narativna, len sa treba viac sustredit na jej pocuvanie... a potom pustil videa o 242 pilots... ufff.
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