CD Central Palace, Catherine Christer Hennix
Central Palace Music, played by Catherine Christer Hennix's intonation ensemble The Deontic Miracle, is the first in a series of Hennix archive releases to be released on Important Records.
This unprecedented piece was taken from an eight-day festival held in the spring of 1976 at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm.
Central Palace Music comes in a deluxe letterpress printing package and was released at the time of recording Hennix's new set, Live At Issue Project Room.
Catherine Christer Hennix is an artist, poet, composer and philosopher with a strong interest in logic and formal music theory. She was one of the pioneers in Sweden to experiment with computer-generated composite sound waveforms in the late 1960s.
In the 1970s, she was a key protagonist at the Downtown School, along with La Monte Young and Henry Flynt, with whom she collaborated on numerous occasions.
- 13,5 x 18,5 cm
- Black and White
- Catherine Christer Hennix
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