Resonance FM's programming director Ed Baxter has curated an exhibition at London's Raven Row gallery that looks at the relationship between sound and art. Entitled Gone With The Wind, the show features work by Max Eastley, Takehisa Kosugi and Walter Marchetti and is featured in an article by Clive Bell in The Wire 328. It takes place 9 June–17 July.
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Baxter says: "The forthcoming exhibition at London's Raven Row gallery, Gone With The Wind, features the work of Walter Marchetti, one of the most self-effacing and recalcitrant 20th century avant-garde artists. This excellent and wide-ranging magazine features the only English language interview with him, by Howard Slater."
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Baxter says: "I first met Max Eastley in 1990 when he kindly performed in a swimming pool for London Musicians' Collective's "Fiume" extravaganza. He's currently attached to Oxford Brookes University as a research fellow. Their Sonic Art Research Unit's website is a bit of a mishmash but gives an indication of a diverse range of contemporary sound-art practice."
Baxter says: "Ferrer was a member of ZAJ, the Spanish avant-garde movement co-founded by Walter Marchetti. She's agreed to perform at Raven Row gallery in June – a very rare event. Check out the images and interview on arteleku.net for a taste of what to expect from one of the true originals of performance art."