Monday, February 9, 2004
10:30-11:30 a.m. at the American Music Center
Videotaped by Randy Nordschow
Transcribed by Randy Nordschow and Frank J. Oteri
© 2004 NewMusicBox
For several years, we’ve wanted to do an issue of NewMusicBox exploring the relationship between music and the art world. We decided that this month would be the perfect time to connect with Stephen Vitiello and Marina Rosenfeld. In the upcoming months, Stephen will participate in several group shows in New York and will have a solo show in Paris as well as a concert at the Tate Gallery in London. New Albion will release his latest collection of sonic explorations: a collaborative album with David Tronzo. Stephen is also producing a 2-disc set of recordings from New Music America 1979 for the Kitchen, which will be issued on Orange Mountain Music, Philip Glass’s archival label. Marina has two upcoming solo releases: a CD of solo turntable compositions, on Quakebasket (NY) label; and a DVD of multi-channel works on the Tellus/Harvestworks label (NY). The DVD documents three works created with a Van Lier Fellowship from Harvestworks in 2003. Other forthcoming releases include collaborations with: Christian Marclay and Toshio Kajiwara (“DJtrio”) on Apshodel (San Francisco); Alan Licht on Table of the Elements; and Lee Ranaldo and Nels Cline on Atavistic. Marina’s next live performance will be at Phill Niblock’s Experimental Intermedia on March 31. She will also perform and speak about sound art at NYU’s upcoming conference, “Tapeworms,” on April 9.