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Carolee Schneemann, Water Light-Water Needle, St. Mark’s Church (1966)

Carolee Schneemann, Water Light-Water Needle, St. Mark’s Church (1966)

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Carolee Schneemann, Water Light-Water Needle, St. Mark’s Church (1966)

Carolee Schneemann, Water Light-Water Needle, St. Mark’s Church (1966)

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Rudolf Schwarzkogler: 3. Aktion „o.T.“, Wohnung Heinz Cibulka, Wien, Kaiserstraße, Sommer 1965. Fotos: Ludwig Hoffenreich.

Rudolf Schwarzkogler: 3. Aktion „o.T.“, Wohnung Heinz Cibulka, Wien, Kaiserstraße, Sommer 1965. Fotos: Ludwig Hoffenreich.

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Otto Mühl: Gerümpelskulpturen, Blutorgel, Wien, Perinetkeller,
Perinetgasse 1, 1.-4.6.1962.

Otto Mühl: Gerümpelskulpturen, Blutorgel, Wien, Perinetkeller,

Perinetgasse 1, 1.-4.6.1962.

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MICHIEL HENDRYCKX [Robin Heifetz, 1960s]
Composer Robin Heifetz on the piano at IPEM (Institute For Psychoacoustics And Electronic Music)'s Muinkkaai studio. This photo was taken to illustrate Heifetz's piano and tape composition That Which Is The Beginning. The image is one of Ghent University’s selection taken from the IPEM’s archive, as featured in a recently published book on the studio.
In 1963, the BRT (Belgian Radio and Television) set up a studio for electronic music in cooperation with the State University of Ghent, with the intention of operating it as both a creative studio, and a research institution. One of the inventions is an instrument that used electronic tubes to generate eight octaves derived from a single base frequency. 470 compositions were realised at IPEM between 1963–1987. It is still operational, housed in the University building Technicum, in the same place it was founded.
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MICHIEL HENDRYCKX [Robin Heifetz, 1960s]

Composer Robin Heifetz on the piano at IPEM (Institute For Psychoacoustics And Electronic Music)'s Muinkkaai studio. This photo was taken to illustrate Heifetz's piano and tape composition That Which Is The Beginning. The image is one of Ghent University’s selection taken from the IPEM’s archive, as featured in a recently published book on the studio.

In 1963, the BRT (Belgian Radio and Television) set up a studio for electronic music in cooperation with the State University of Ghent, with the intention of operating it as both a creative studio, and a research institution. One of the inventions is an instrument that used electronic tubes to generate eight octaves derived from a single base frequency. 470 compositions were realised at IPEM between 1963–1987. It is still operational, housed in the University building Technicum, in the same place it was founded.

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