A half-hour work of non-narrative radio theater featuring music and text collage, as well as Terri Kapsalis on violin and John Corbett on analog synthesizer, commissioned and recorded in the Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago in 2000 for the Outer Ear Festival.
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Label: Corbett vs. Dempsey
Catalog ID: CvsDSP001
Squidco Product Code: 22706
Packaging: Cardboard sleeve
Recorded by Lou Mallozzi at Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago
Terri Kapsalis-composer, performer
John Corbett-composer, performer
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"Adjunct Associate Professor, Visual and Critical Studies; Performance; Art History, Theory, and Criticism; Liberal Arts (1997). BA, 1988, University of Michigan; MA, 1990 and PhD, 1994, Northwestern University. Book: Public Privates: Performing Gynecology from Both Ends of the Speculum. Publications: Virtual Difference; Women and Health; Sound Art; Writing Aloud: The Sonics of Language; P-form; Chicago Reader. Bibliography: New Art Examiner; New England Journal of Medicine; Village Voice. Performances: Theater Oobleck, Renaissance Society, Museum of Contemporary Art, Smart Museum, Chicago; Drawing Center, NY; No Music Festival, Ontario."-School of the Art Institute of Chicago (http://www.saic.edu/profiles/faculty/terrikapsalis/)
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1. Dead Level 26:30
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"Commissioned by Experimental Sound Studio in 2000 to create a radio work for the Outer Ear Festival, Kapsalis and Corbett returned to an ongoing investigation of film noir and pulp fiction, creating a half-hour work of non-narrative radio theater featuring music and text collage, as well as Kapsalis on violin and Corbett on analog synthesizer. Drawing on writers like Jim Thompson and David Goodis, as well as a lexicon of criminal terminology, it offers a Dada roller-coaster ride through diners, speakeasies, and crime scenes."-Corbett Vs. Dempsey
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