SN50#4 – Anna Homler + Deliquium in C LP (Präsens Editionen)
€10,00 – €26,00
** PRE-ORDER** (will be shipped after April 12, 2019)
Sn50 is an editorial project conceived and curated by Gang of Ducks collective.
Each issue an artist is invited to develop a zine on a theme of their own choice, using original or found materials.
In collaboration, Gang of Ducks reinterprets the artist’s selected content by designing the layout of the zine.
This process creates a visual dialogue between the artist and the collective with the aim to mesh ideas and visions.
Found objects. Sound objects. Material sound.
Each one of these object speaks of a place an agency a different acoustic experience.
How do you turn form into sound, plastic into noise, shapes into rhythm?
Is it about playing your everyday life or about bringing sonance into the silent lives of your objects?
Homler found vibrations within a pink glove, a purple vibrator, Barbie’s bust, and within two tiny metal boxes, among many other things.
As she turns language into music, she also turns objects into instruments.
Her object-based performances are integrated with unknown words, vocalizations and synthetic excursions and are then completed by the sonic dialogues she develops with fellow artists and musicians.
Sn50#4 is available also as bundle including Delirium in C, the 12” LP released by Praesens Editionen.
For Deliquium in C, Anna Homler worked together with four extraordinary artists moving in the domain of electronic music in its broadest sense: Gang of Ducks’ Alessio Capovilla, Mark Davies alias The Pylon King (who, together with Homler, forms the duo Voices of Kwahn), PAN-affiliate Steven Warwick aka Heatsick, and the late Steve Moshier, who produced the original Breadwoman tape.
These collaborations emphasize once more just how versatile Homler is—as a singer and as a master of her toys.
is a vocal, visual and performance artist based in Los Angeles.
She has performed and exhibited her work in venues around the world.
With a sensibility that is both ancient and post-modern, Homler sings in an improvised melodic language.
Her work explores alternative means of communication and the poetics of ordinary things.
She creates perceptual interventions by using language as music and objects as instruments.