Packaged in a piece of the Dream Blanket, hand woven by the artist.
Sound Blanket N. (Jacket), 2018. Wool, dyed synthetic hair, human hair, nylon, polyester, plastic and painted steel hanger. 48 38 1/5 5 1/10 in.
1 Dream Blanket 34:28. Packaged in a piece of the Dream Blanket, hand woven by the artist.
From Empty Gallery, Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon, Noise Blanket, N. (2017), Poured silicone, artificial fur, nylon and steel armature. Noise Blanket, N., 2017. Poured silicone, artificial fur, nylon and steel armature.
Gordon is the debut studio album by Canadian band Barenaked Ladies. It was released through Sire Records on July 28, 1992. After The Yellow Tape was certified platinum in Canada, the group won a contest hosted by a local radio station. With the winnings, Barenaked Ladies were able to hire producer Michael Phillip Wojewoda and record the album at Le Studio, north of Montreal.
Nava Dunkelman recorded percussive beats; FAY restaged parts of her most recent album, DIS; Celia Hollander contributed trancelike choral arrangements; Jonathan Mandabach created a rhythmic, high-frequency composition that twisted space; and Sam Hertz mapped these sounds to the speakers throughout the space.
On paper, a butterfly never dies. Jacqueline Woodson, Brown Girl Dreaming. tags: butterflies, butterfly, death, writing. My head against my grandfather's arm, a blanket around us as we sit on the front porch swing. Its whine like a song. You don't need words on a night like this. We all have the same dream, my grandmother says. To live equal in a country that’s supposed to be the land of the free. She lets out a long breath, deep remembering.
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon. During the tonal/noise section of the piece, the harmonics of the resonant frequencies of the blowers played back through the speakers.
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With Summertime Dream, Gordon Lightfoot produced one of his finest albums, and wrapped up a six-year period of popularity that he would not recapture. Propelled by his second biggest hit, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," Summertime Dream summed up the sound that had served Lightfoot so well in his post-"If You Could Read My Mind" days. This distinctive sound featured Lightfoot's strummed six- or 12-string guitar complemented by Terry Clements' electric guitar lines and Pee Wee Charles' pedal steel guitar accents.