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Michael SNOW


Starting as a professional jazz pianist in the 1950s, Canadian Michael SNOW has since achieved fame as a visual artist, creating the iconic "Walking Woman" image in the 60s as well as the genre-defining structural film" Wavelength." He has continued to pursue music as a free improvisor, after arguably mid-wifing the form in the sessions for the soundtrack to his 1964 film "New York Eye and Ear Control" with Albert AYLER and others. SNOW has performed with Evan PARKER, Roswell RUDD, Derek BAILEY and Tony CONRAD as well as being a founding member of the CCMC (SNOW, Paul DUTTON and John OSWALD) and playing frequent solo concerts. His photography, videos, films, paintings, and sculpture continue to be exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide.



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