The Institute for Danish Sound Archaeology hosts their second listening event at ALICE on October 27th, presenting concrete sound poetry and electronic works from the Danish-Austrien author and artist Lily Greenham. Throughout the 60s, Greenham was a part of the avantgarde group Wiener Gruppe as well as Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel in Paris. Later, she developed the Lingual Music – complex compositions of poetry via analogue tape recorders and electronics. With special guest Tania Ørum – associate professor, author and expert of the 1960s experimental art era – we will listen to and discuss selected works by Greenham.
Please note that the event is in Danish.
The Institue for Danish Sound Archaeology is a label as well as an independent association with the overall purpose of uncovering and releasing historical Danish electronic music and sound art. More info here.