Poulsen: Plays 7" [BIN 00-29] 2016
Reissue of Kristian Poulsen’s 2009 ukulele playing, originally inspired
by the paradoxical (self-effacing) status of the
artistic subject of the creative act of John Keats, as analysed by Giorgio Agamben, where the badly connoted ukulele
instrument meets philosophy, and the viewer/listener is forced into creative participation and self-contemplation via
Olafur Eliasson. Ron Schneiderman described it as “two glorious sides of brain-dead plinking.”
Limited edition of 50 copies. Extreme heavy weight vinyl. Play at 16 RPM.
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