Yasunao Tone

Noise Media Language by Kim Cascone

Publisher: Errant Bodies Press

Written in English
Cover of: Yasunao Tone | Kim Cascone
Published: Pages: 88 Downloads: 516
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Subjects:

  • Multi-Media Art,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Individual Artist,
  • General,
  • Art / Individual Artist,
  • Assemblage Art

Edition Notes

ContributionsBrandon LaBelle (Editor), Hans-Ulrich Obrist (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8530260M
ISBN 100965557081
ISBN 109780965557085

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Tone, YasunaoTone, Yasunao, Japanese multimedia artist and experimental composer; b. Tokyo, Ma He graduated with a degree in literature from the Japanese National Univ. in Chiba (), then studied at the Tokyo Univ. of Arts, where he co-founded the group Ongaku, dedicated to “event music.” In he joined the American modern movement FLUXUS, which presented his first works.

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The Asphodel debut from YASUNAO TONE, whose near-half-century worth of work links contemporary electronic music with the historical avant-garde. One of the founding members of Japan's Fluxus movement and an early associate of both Yoko Ono and the late John Cage, Tone has been composing experimental sound pieces since the early s.

Check out Yasunao Tone on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Buy Yasunao Tone's album titled Solo for Wounded CD to enjoy in your home or car, However, because of these characteristics, the pieces on Solo for Wounded CD lack distinctness and one begins to wonder if their value would be changed if they were half or twice as long as the versions on the album.

This is an interesting, one-time experiment Price: $ Yasunao Tone (b.Tokyo) was one of the first Japanese artists active in composing "events" and improvisational music. He is one of the founding members of Japan's Fluxus movement and has also been an organizer and participant in many important music and performance groups such as Group Ongaku, Hi-Red Center, Team Random (the first computer art group organized in Japan).

A pioneer since the early s in sound art and digital composition, Yasunao Tone has composed for Merce Cunningham (alongside John Cage) and been a member of the groups Ongaku, Hi-Red Center and Fluxus.

He is unabashedly avant garde and continues today to engage questions of noise, language and systems of representation. This indispensable monograph catalogues the artist's career through.

Yasunao Tone YASUNAO Yasunao Tone book, a co-founder of Group Ongaku and an original member of Fluxus, was born in Tokyo in and has resided in New York since He has given numerous concerts and group performances, and has participated in group exhibitions and collaborations.

Solo Concerts have taken place at such venues as the Kitchen, Experimental Intermedia, Roulette, Guggenheim Museum. In the second half of an extended interview with Tone Yasunao for post, the composer, artist, and writer discusses the trajectory of his work from graphic scores in the s to his recent work with digital media.

Since his earliest experiments, Tone Yasunao has consistently been poised to question expectations about music, art, sound, and performance, long before “performance art” or. CD compilation which accompanied the page book 'Yasunao Tone: Noise Media Language' on Errant Bodies Press.

Anagram For Strings () re-recorded from a documentation video, at Willow Place Auditorium, March 4th Lyriction for Flute () from Barbara Held, "Upper Air Observation", Lovely Music LCD Japanese composer Yasunao Tone became involved in the Fluxus movement in the early '60s and has since been active as an organizer of events, an improviser, a performer in a number of groups, and, more Read Full Biography.

Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓. 50+ videos Play all Mix - 01 Yasunao Tone - AI Deviation #1 [Editions Mego] YouTube Hiroshi Yoshimura ‎– Music For Nine Post Cards (Wave Notation 1) † [, full album].

Yasunao Tone (born ) is a Japanese-American artist, writer, theorist, and composer. According to critic Alan Cummings, he is “part of a whole generation of post-war iconoclasts who followed in the wake of John Cage's discovery of indeterminacy, determined to shake music and art out of their enslavement to the high art, romanticist ideals.

A pioneer since the early s in sound art and digital composition, Yasunao Tone has composed for Merce Cunningham (alongside John Cage) and been a member of the groups Ongaku, Hi-Red Center and Fluxus.

He is unabashedly avant garde and continues today to engage questions of noise, language and systems of representation. Yasunao Tone is an original member of the Fluxus movement and an artist, writer, theorist, and composer.

Tone has participated in group shows and performances at the Venezia Biennale, numerous FLUXUS shows, The Japanese Avant-garde since at the Guggenheim Museum (), Bitstreams () at the Whitney Museum, the Yokohama Triennale, Do It () at Museo. YASUNAO TONE NOISE MEDIA LANGUAGE YASUNAO TONE Noise Media Language With contributions by Robert Ashley, Dasha Dekleva William Marotti, Federico Marulanda, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Achim Wollscheid.

Digital music, performative technologies, and interventionist sound installation all come to the fore in the visionary work of Yasunao Tone. Find details about every creative writing competition—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, grants for translators, and more—that we’ve published in the Grants & Awards section of Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year.

We carefully review the practices and policies of each contest before including it in the Writing Contests. Yasunao Tone. likes. Yasunao Tone is a Japanese artist who has worked with many different types of media throughout his career.

He was born in Tokyo. Japanese composer Yasunao Tone became involved in the Fluxus movement in the early '60s and has since been active as an organizer of events, an improviser, a performer in a number of groups, and, more recently, he creates pieces with manipulated CDs.

Fluxus veteran and avant-garde maverick Yasunao Tone took an anthology of 8th century Japanese poems and attempted to find their hidden meanings.

Yasunao Tone, bornis a Japanese intermedia artist with interests in indeterminate techniques, chance operations and improvisation. Intwo years after its commercial launch, Tone began modifying Compact Discs – in the artist’s own words.

Kôichi. Meanwhile, Tone continued to seek out copies of prewar avant-garde journals such as “Shi to Shiron,” Cover “ 20 seiki Buyou,” Issue #5, 6. Shigenobu’s translation of the former was published in 7.

Yasunao Tone, interview by author, 17 January ; personal communication with author, 2 February 8. Yasunao Tone, Composer: Onan. Yasunao Tone is known for his work on Onan (), Flux Concert () and Flux Concert - Neuberger Museum, New York (). Tone Yasunao has been embracing contradictions and challenging the limits of the possible since his days as a college student in Tokyo, when he performed in an antimusic ensemble that he named Group Ongaku (Group music).

The group used unconventional instruments such as dishes and a vacuum cleaner in their improvised music. In his solo work, in pieces such as Geodesy, meticulously.

AI Deviation #1, #2, an Album by Yasunao Tone. Released 11 August on Mego (catalog no. EMEGO ; CD). Genres: Noise, Glitch.

Featured peformers: 刀根康尚 [Yasunao Tone] (writer, performer), Bob Bellerue (recording engineer), Russell Haswell (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, mastering), Stephen O'Malley (layout), Cameron Kelley (photography).

‎Japanese composer Yasunao Tone became involved in the Fluxus movement in the early '60s and has since been active as an organizer of events, an improviser, a performer in a number of groups, and, more recently, he creates pieces with manipulated CDs.

His work as a composer ranges from environmental. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Yasunao Tone (b, Tokyo, Japan) has been active in creating event works and experimental music since the s and has been an organizer and participant in Fluxus, Group Ongaku, Hi-Red Center, and Team Random (Japan’s first computer art group).

His work typically employs random events and indeterminate compositional techniques. Yasunao Tone, score for Trio for a Flute Player, Courtesy of the artist.

I’m just the flute player and keep my mouth shut. 1 —Barbara Held. Setting aside the flautist’s self-deprecation, we encounter in this joke a great deal of sedimented baggage from the classical music tradition that Barbara Held and Yasunao Tone sought to sidestep in their collaborations of the second half of.

Yasunao Tomie is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Yasunao Tomie and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the. Search form. Search. toggle. Tone, Yasunao - Yasunao Tone (special) SKU Asphodel One of the founding members of Japan's Fluxus Movement and an early associate of Yoko Ono, 75 year-old New York resident Yasunao Tone has been composing experimental sound pieces since the early s.

How the deliberate cracking and breaking of playback media has produced experimental music and sound by artists and musicians ranging from Nam June Paik and Christian Marclay to Yasunao Tone and Oval. From the mid-twentieth century into the twenty-first, artists and musicians manipulated, cracked, and broke audio media technologies to produce novel sounds and performances.A founding member of the Fluxus Movement with Takehisa Kosugi, Yoko Ono and George Maciunas, Yasunao Tone has been doing experimental sound pieces since the early s.

For the past ten years much of his work has centered on extending the possibilities of CDs as a performance medium. With this new CD, Tone has created a new noise music for the.The venerable Yasunao Tone leaves the skipping CDs aside to work with disrupted MP3 files on this visceral new work for Editions Mego.

As an original member of Japan's Fluxus movement and the legendary Group Ongaku, besides more recent collaborations with Florian Hecker and Christian Marclay, Tone has spent a lifetime operating at the vanguard of experimental art and music, and it's fitting.