“Bryan Lewis Saunders” (Used 13 times)
undRess_Beton on 07/03/2015 at 03:30PM
d/eaR Friends & Followers,
with this album Jaan Patterson - 'Ergo Protagonists', including: J. Karl Bogartte, Leif Elggren, AG Davis, Seiei Jack, Jeremy Gluck, Herr Penschuck, Vziel, Clutter, John M. Bennett, Darius Greene, ION, Anthony Donovan, Runar Magnusson, Dada AG, Jochen Arbeit, Vania Rovisco, The Implicit Order, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Otto von Rhinau, Erick Diego, Hopek Quirin, suRRism, Acedia Nuit, Jurica Jelic, John Hyatt, Anton Mobin, Patrizio Pica, Lezet, Travis Johnson, William Davison, The Recordists, S. Higgins, C. Hinz, J. Bailey, P. Mosher, L. Feesey, Binary Slim, John Juan, Yoshihiro Kikuchi, MaCu & Alessandra Celletti.
i'm trying to crowdfund enough money to keep the domains for suRRism.Phonoethics & Classwar Karaoke running. If you can spend a dime, please do so via this page at bandcamp https://surrism-phonoethics.bandcamp.com/album/ergo-protagonists i'd be very grateful for your support!
This Album at the Free Music Archive
TAGGED AS:c hinz, alessandra celletti, john hyatt, william davison, john juan, surrism, p mosher, otto von rhinau, patrizio pica, s higgins, macu, jurica jelic, travis johnson, binary slim, hopek quirin, j bailey, anton mobin, the recordists, yoshihiro kikuchi, acedia nuit, lezet, l feesey, erick diego, j karl bogartte, john m bennett, the implicit order, herr penschuck, dada ag, ag davis, ion, clutter, vania rovisco, jeremy gluck, runar magnusson, leif elggren, darius greene, bryan lewis saunders, vziel, jochen arbeit, seiei jack, anthony donovan, See Less...
undRess_Beton on 06/10/2015 at 12:00PM
Jaan Patterson & Friends - The Interviews
Released 18. April 2015 by suRRism-Phonoethics (sPE_0200)
This compilation is based on cut-up samples that had been arranged by Jaan Patterson. Taken from Interviews of the following humans: Anthony Donovan, Francis Bacon, Frank Zappa, Georges Bataille, Gilles Deleuze, Jean Cocteau, Marcel Duchamp, Noam Chomsky, Paul Éluard, William S. Burroughs.
You can find all 3 Volumes at FMA! Click: Jaan Patterson & Friends
TAGGED AS:ah fork, ars sonor, crank sturgeon, hopek quirin, jeanette luchese, leif elggren, mutantri, simon mathewson, uwe moellhusen, anthony osborne, bryan lewis saunders, fake cats project, j a p, jukka-pekka kervinen, mauro sambo, ronny wrnes, thomas havlik, an eel, bernard dumaine, der domestizierte mensch, the implicit order, jochen arbeit, ludo mich amp koen boyden, osvaldo cibils, subversive intentions, vladimir hirsch, arco enarmonico, chris silver t, haiiyuuko, jared c balogh, lee kwo, mr e, seiei jack, union furnace, anthony donovan, breathing space, dongle doc, immy smith, juan angel italiano, marisa wildwood amp gabe moon, qkcofse, teleg, ag davis, arsenic strychnine, datewithdeath, igor amokian, jim sebor, lezet, odor baby, sound voice, viirgiile, antonio de braga, candlegravity, gx jupitter-larsen, janelle mckain, kontroljet, miquel parera, ruela, ton haring, anal sadist, berthelot, dixie treichel, ion, joseph szymkowiak, mann racket, philippe petit, surrism, william davison, See Less...
bronwynbishop on 06/20/2013 at 01:49PM
On the front page of performance artist Bryan Lewis Saunders' website, the main image, right under his name, features Saunders with a plastic bag over his head. This sets the tone for the majority of his career.
Saunders describes his work as stand-up tragedy. He is the opposite of a stand-up comic- he stands in front of an audience and attempts to make them cry. Starting in 1995, Saunders has drawn at least one self-portrait every single day; the ones which have received the most attention are the portraits he produced while under the influence of a different drug every day. He is generally considered an outsider artist, and lives in an institution-like home for unemployed and disabled people.
In 2003, Saunders began sleeping with a tape recorder and, upon waking, recording descriptions of his dreams. 87 Dreams of a Sociopath, a book of these descriptions transcribed as poems, is the result of this experiment. Along with the book, Saunders released the audio recordings themselves. In a groggy monotone punctuated by yawns, Saunders presents us with his dreams, many of which are gruesome. "The Amputator," in which Saunders is hired by God to amputate people's limbs, is a highlight. Possibly the most disturbing track is "I Killed My Cousin," in which said act is described in meticulous detail: "I stuck a razorblade four inches deep into the side of her neck, and then just pulled down, straight down on it, and cut her throat."
Despite their sometimes shocking content, Saunders' depictions of the peculiar logic of dreams are instantly familiar. Saunders is an avant-garde, troubled oddball, but his dreams could be anyone's. This collection, while difficult to listen to for an extended period of time, is a great find for anyone fascinated by dreams.