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HKW Podcast On Music: Living Spaces

Architecture can be described as frozen music. For some musicians, it’s not enough to just thaw it; they want to make conventions flow. Ethnomusicologist Michael E. Veal (Opens in a new window) finds new opportunities for comprehension in collapse and distortion, which he talks about in the On Music podcast episode on Living Space. Veal approaches the free jazz of John Coltrane and Miles Davis via visual metaphors, showing the way to free musical forms via digital architecture and experimental photography.

Directed and produced by Julia Vorkefeld, commentary by Sarj Lynch, script and concept by Arno Raffeiner (Opens in a new window)


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