May 13, 2016 A Cluster of Important Things ///php _e( 'by ', 'html5blank' ); the_author(); ?> by Paul Ebenkamp Graphical timeline of the universe • Macaulay Library Online Museum of Ornithology • Possible Lessnesses • Wide Band WebSDR • “You are of no use to the stars that you own” • Catherine Christer Hennix and the Deontic Miracle, “Central Palace Music from 100 Model Subjects for Hegikan Roku” • Catherine Christer Hennix and Choru(s)san Time-Court Mirage, “Blues Dhikr Al-Salam (Blues Al Maqam)” • http://www.hardscore.com/mixes/Radio/Format/1993-09+Bizzy+B+%26+Swift+-+Format+FM+92.3.mp3 • Pest, Daudafaerd • Iannis Xenakis, “Alax” • John Wiese, Segmenting Process for Language • Sounds of Ürümqi, notably the pigeons (second clip) • The four known fundamental forces • A raccoon rolling around Comments (1) //php if ($args['avatar_size'] != 0) echo get_avatar( $comment, $args['180'] ); ?> Lewis Rist says: May 16, 2016 at 8:32 am Thanks for this post. Xenakis scores share a space with Ruth Asawa and Buckminster Fuller at BAMPFA’s Architecture of Life show. His composition Concret Ph, played in the gallery, is composed entirely of 1 second fragments of the sound of charcoal burning, originally played on 425 speakers in the Phillips Pavilion which Xenakis also designed at the Brussels World Fair of 1958. Leave a comment Cancel reply Leave a commentPlease tell us what you think. We really love conversation, and we’re happy to entertain dissenting opinions. Just no name-calling, personal attacks, slurs, threats, spam, and the like, please. Those ones we reserve the right to remove.Name required Your Email required, will not be published Website Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Notify me of new posts by email.