Previous Exhibits: Rhythm Study

Obscurity

Rhythm Study was just what you might expect, a study of rhythm. For one year we explored rhythms every single day. Without fail. The goal was to try and understand how we defined rhythm.

Our daily sessions were recorded, and each week we chose one piece to burn to CD and package as part of a box set of 53 CDs (edition of 3). These box sets were given away at the end of the year-long exercise. They were accompanied by rugs made up of elements from the packaging.

Below are mp3s of the tracks included.

011

012

013

014

015

016, 016.2

017

018

019

110

111

112

113

114

115

116

117

118

119 (Mr. Brady Mr. Martin...)

120 (Dr. Unruh of ADH...)

121 (It Is As Pustulio Wishes)

122 (Smackie Release Him)

123 (Can't I Use That Sponge?)

124 (Can You Take Me Higher?)

125 (Thistles The Dry Well)

126

127

128 (RS for FL)

129

130

131 (Artaud the Momo)

132

133

134

135 (Dream 828)

136 (09.07.01)

137 (09.14.01)

138 (09.20.01)

139 (09.23.01)

140 (10.05.01)

141 (10.09.01 Why Are You So Happy?)

142 (10.15.01)

143 (10.26.01)

144 (When I Die No One Will Remember Me)

145 (Music for Dreaming), 145 (Music for Dreaming 2)

146

147 (Laika)

148 (1.25.47...)

149 (Non Ricorreva...)

150 (Music Makes Me Forget)

151 (Requiem on 9/11)

152 (And It Is No...)

153 (The Only True Voyage...)

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