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3-4 Weeks
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Invisible Architecture 01
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3/25/2002

"Audiosphere is a new label what was made possible by collaborations between Audioview and Sub Rosa -- to explore the most innovative aspects of the electronic scene today, we have create a brand new live series -- including some original collaborations between musicians' -- called Invisible Architecture. This is a new series devoted to specific live events, often involving special collaborations between two or three musicians offering pieces of a primarily unreleased nature; and in appreciation of such urgent creativity. We have chosen to document and honor such recordings with this original series. What we present here are innovative and unique recordings which retain all the magic of each event, by utilizing new bio-aural technics. This recording is a fabulous electronic improvisation with and between the 3 masters with 30 minutes of pure joy. A great unpublished work from the Brussels 2000 sessions: one of the participants is Philip Jeck. After studying visual arts at Dartington College in Devon, Jeck began a performance career that found him at art galleries. In similar territory to Christian Marclay, et dans une ceratien mesure John Oswald, Philip Jeck is an avant-garde turntablist, plunderphonic sample terrorist and performance artist whose most famous installation, Vinyl Requiem, included no less than 180 turntables."