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Annea Lockwood

Researched in Europe in ’60s, shows electronic music and composition at Vassar University. Trained in traditional piano. Years as a child in durable New Zealand wilderness, trekking and climbing, and later on based a lot of her focus on documenting and processing organic sounds. Works consist of audio sculptures, environmental installations, mixed-media. Cup Concert (1966) for just two performers and environment of cup objects, various occasions with burnt, drowned pianos in ’70s, items about organic decay, Globe Rhythms (1975), live mixture of sounds sent by earthquake, fireplace, quasar, volcano, mudpool, tides and wild birds to which a beaten gong responds, Nautilus for didjeridu, conch and percussion, Evening and Fog (1987).

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