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Warren Neidich

Scoring the Tweet(s), 2018

16 graphic scores of music composition paper photocopied on translucent velum and cut into strips, 4 pairs of microphone stands, video projection, 1 h 15 min 23´. Dimensions are variable.
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PRISKA PASQUER
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In his improvisational performative work Scoring the Tweet(s) (2018), Warren Neidich uses a cut and …

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In his improvisational performative work Scoring the Tweet(s) (2018), Warren Neidich uses a cut and paste method first devised in Surrealism and later in the works of William Burroughs, to alter and rearrange the 196 tweets of Donald Trump that mention Fake News to create a graphic score.
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In his improvisational performative work Scoring the Tweet(s) (2018), Warren Neidich uses a cut and …

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In his improvisational performative work Scoring the Tweet(s) (2018), Warren Neidich uses a cut and paste method first devised in Surrealism and later in the works of William Burroughs, to alter and rearrange the 196 tweets of Donald Trump that mention Fake News to create a graphic score.
This score was installed for …

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Warren Neidich

Scoring the Tweet(s), 2018

16 graphic scores of music composition paper photocopied on translucent velum and cut into strips, 4 pairs of microphone stands, video projection, 1 h 15 min 23´. Dimensions are variable.
This is a unique work.
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location
Paris
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