STEREOSCOPIC POINCARÉ: The Labyrinth of Solitude Box Mauricio Reyes / Adi Newton

STEREOSCOPIC POINCARÉ: The Labyrinth of Solitude
This extraordinary boxed set consists of two exceptional mixes one by Adi Newton and one by Mauricio Reyes created to celebrate the launch of the 9 Beet Stretch 2.0 ( Both are very different approaches and responses to the same problem: to create three-dimensional concrete poetry.
STEREOSCOPIC POINCARÉ: The Labyrinth of Solitude is based on a theme composed in 2005-2006 by Mauricio Reyes called “Love Song for Duchamp” and the essays of Octavio Paz. According to many scholars, Paz’ poetry is “beautifully brutal.” He observes that solitude is responsible for people’s perspective on death, celebration, and identity. The solitude that comes from this quest was translated into music that is beautiful and cerebral, sharp and violent.
The two final mixes are the fruit of audible poetry, concrete poetry in a three-dimensional form. Poetry that triggers mental states and touches the listener’s very soul. A unique version by Newton/Reyes also appears in the TAG Organ Needles box.
These new compositions are both over 60 long only available in this Box Edition.
For more information please email Mauricio Reyes at the following email address:
Boxes ship from USA only

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Published by Adi Newton

Artist,Painter,Sound Sculpture ,Abstract Expressionist Super-naturalist Traveler,Pataphysician and Father. my interests are guided by intuition and arcane occult and futuristic knowledge.

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