Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Saunter through Summerhall

Buildings loom over us and persist beyond us. They have the perfect memory of materiality Longevity has no chance without a serious structure Stewart Brand – How Buildings Learn We finally got the chance to have a good investigative wander … Continue reading

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On experiencing a live performance of Morton Feldman’s Coptic Light

At the Edinburgh International Festival. Saturday 1st September, 2012. Royal Scottish National Orchestra conducted by David Robertson. ◊ A sounded weave ‘pedals’ on spectral slubs of small differences. Time’s flow, slows, to stasis a colour field revealed, in asymmetries of … Continue reading

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4’33″ on a train – John Cage Centennial, 5th September 2012

Our modest contribution to the John Cage centennial celebrations. On 5th September 2012, we decided to undertake a performance of 4’33″on the train from Falkirk High to Glasgow Queen Street. Raising and lowering the seat tray served to mark the … Continue reading

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