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Special lecture & talk David DUNN with FUJIEDA Mamoru and KAKINUMA Toshie

Saturday, November 24, 2007, 2:00pm–

Special lecture & talk David DUNN with FUJIEDA Mamoru and KAKINUMA Toshie


David DUNN
Moderator: FUJIEDA Mamoru, KAKINUMA Toshie

Date: Saturday, November 24, 2007, 2:00pm–
Venue: ICC 4F Special space
Capacity: 250 persons (first-come basis)
Admission free (Ticket is required to see the exhibition.)
With successive interpretation


David DUNN

Composer David Dunn was born in 1953, San Diego, California.
He was an assistant to the American composer Harry Partch and remained active as a performer in the Harry Partch Ensemble for over a decade. He has worked in a wide variety of audio media inclusive of traditional and experimental music, installations for public exhibitions, video and film soundtracks, radio broadcasts, and bioacoustic research.
His compositions and soundscape recordings have appeared in many international forums, concerts, broadcasts, and exhibitions. Besides his multiple books, recordings and soundtracks, he has been anthologized in over 50 books and journals. Much of his current work is focused upon the development of listening strategies and technologies for environmental sound monitoring in both aesthetic and scientific contexts.
He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.



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