All posts tagged Richard Chartier
Computer matrimony, floating outside of time, lounge music for fluorescent light tubes. The Los Angeles-based artist talks about three important albums.
The second collaboration between the two sound artists, taking the form of a beautiful 44-minute composition.
The electronic sound artist re-works a composition from 2000 (entitled Series), driven by a desire to render the work “performable” in the live setting.
ATTN speaks to Richard Chartier about his Line label, which has consistently proved to be a vital platform for new sound art and experimental sound.
An endlessly captivating account of a brand new work utilising the Grand Tonometer, performed at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington.