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Brandon LaBelle
 
Brandon Labelle is a musician, artist, writer, theorist, curator and editor (founder of Errant Bodies). His work is based on performance, sound installation, recording and use of found sounds. LaBelle reflects fluently on his artistic practice, drawing attention to the social dimensions of listening and manner in which sounds, in multiple variations, play upon public spaces, and drawing connections across media and incorporate video, as well as architectural and sculptural vocabularies into an expanded field that embraces rhetorical and spatial challenges.
 
(external link: brandonlabelle.net)
 

 
2016
English edition
Errant Bodies
Organised in 8 “episodes,” Brandon LaBelle's reference monograph guides us through a number of his installation works and scripts from 2003 to 2014, raising questions of space and community, and further, to the direction of the social and its political potential. Three essays and an interview, as well as the recording on CD of a recent live performance, complete the book.

2015
English edition
Errant Bodies
The publication documents a project developed by artist Brandon LaBelle which attempts to instigate conversations between sound and architecture through a set of audio recordings of the artist's apartment in Berlin.

2012
English edition
Errant Bodies
Brandon LaBelle's revolutionary diary during the Arab Spring.

2011
Errant Bodies
A collection of the audible traces of dancing bodies (audio CD with booklet).

2011
Errant Bodies
A recording of John Cage's original text as read by a deaf individual (audio CD with booklet).

2008
bilingual edition (English / French)
An overview of sound installations and environments by the experimental artist-musician, with three essays and an interview, a specific project, installations views and performances on audio CD.

2008
English edition
Errant Bodies
A project based on archiving people's memories connected to specific songs and radio broadcasts. Includes over 100 memories from around the globe, along with contributions by curators and theorists Bastien Gallet and Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz, and an audio CD of related work by the artist.

2008
Errant Bodies
Dirty field recordings, found sounds, sound effects, archives, and sonorous dramas, composed as a series of micro-narratives each designed to intervene onto imagined settings or spatial locations, as a counter-sonorities.

2004
English edition
Errant Bodies
out of print
Site Specific Sound documents a series of sound installations from 1998 to 2002 by sound-artist and writer Brandon LaBelle, exploring the relationship between sound and space.