Interview: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

‘Art reflects the mind and soul of the creator.’ We talk to electronic music producer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith.

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Interview: Lucrecia Dalt

‘Music should be a more absorbent art form.’ We talk to electronic music producer Lucrecia Dalt.

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The Disintegration Loops

Cloudy electronic tones billow and deteriorate on this plaintive ambient album by William Basinski.

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Interview: E Ruscha V

‘I often savour the moments of discovery before sharing.’ We talk to music producer E Ruscha V.

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Grief

Early-morning telephone calls and go-karting feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Grief'.

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Interview: Angélica Negrón

‘I love art that makes me see the world in different ways.’ We talk to composer Angélica Negrón.

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Brief Encounters

Our 2017 interviewees pose questions to their fellow artists, authors, composers, and filmmakers.

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The Brief

A roundup of all of Silent Frame's 2017 interviews for The Brief, from Emma Donoghue to Marina Lewycka.

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Rule of Three I

A roundup of the artworks featured in the Rule of Three column in 2017, from Archipelago to Ligneous.

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Interview: Black Marble

‘Unappreciated art is doomed to disappear.’ We talk to electronic musician Black Marble.

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Interview: Off World

‘Kanye West twisted his ego into fascinating shapes.’ We talk to Sandro Perri, member of Off World.

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Interview: Hauschka

‘Knowledge gives you the satisfaction of development.’ We talk to composer and pianist Hauschka.
 

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Interview: Blanck Mass

‘Discovery is the backbone of expression.’ We talk to electronic musician Blanck Mass.

 

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Venezuela

Interactive sculptures, virtual reality, and secret diaries feature in this selection of four Venezuelan artworks.

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Interview: Lusine

'Critics should like or dislike an artwork on its own terms.' We talk to electronic musician Lusine.

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Fever Ray

A tangle of timbres, from whistling synths to pattered percussion, emerge on Fever Ray's ghostly debut album.

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Interview: Annie Hart

'Art can revise and elucidate history.' We talk to Annie Hart, musician and member of Au Revoir Simone.

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Radio-Activity

Kraftwerk act as self-styled scientists on this album, and their electronic experiments crackle with energy.

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An Empty Bliss

Fifties music hall songs are dusted down and distorted in this poignant ambient album by The Caretaker.

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Zodiac

Clattering percussion and cellar monsters feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Zodiac'.

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