news archives: April 2012

  • april, 1, 2012

    luminence ration / steve roden
    split 7″ vinyl
    edition: 200
    kinky grabber

    the first volume of the “seven inch series” of limited and coloured 7″, in which the band luminance ratio collaborates with different artists and musicians. this first release features a track by the american musician, artist and performer steve roden. for more info click here

  • march 17, 2012 – january 6, 2013

    sound art. sound as a medium of art.
    group exhibition
    ZKM media museum, karlsruhe, germany

    “The exhibition presents for the first time the development of sound art in the 21th century… From Futurism to Fluxus, through to Twitter sonifications, the ZKM charts the history of Sound Art, However, focus is placed on contemporary practices: with works from 90 artists from which approximately 30 new productions from recent years will be represented.”

  • March 7, 2012

    Berlin Fields
    3 Leaves

    new CD, made entirely of field recordings from berlin, helsinki and paris, october 2011. very limited release of only 220 copies.

  • February 5 – March 23, 2012

    Steve Roden, Notations
    The Jones Bank Fine Arts Series
    The Marxhausen Gallery of Art, Concordia University, Nebraska

    solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, scores, a film and sound work

  • february 2, 2012

    collaboration with machinefabriek
    eat, sleep, repeat

    sound from a collaborative project centered around an audio-visual installation from 2011.

  • february 1, 2012

    steve roden & steve peters: not a leaf remains as it was
    compact disc

    created during a jack straw artist support residency in seattle last year.
    recorded, mixed and mastered by doug haire. mastered by taylor deupree.

  • january – february, 2012

    some small fires
    run run shaw creative media center,
    city university of hong kong

    part of the “white walls have ears” festival of temporary site specific installations for daniel libeskind’s new building. i will be showing a new sound installation created for the site, inspired by ed ruscha’s 1964 book, various small fires.