Errant Bodies
Critical Ear (monographs)
 
Critical Ear is a series of monographs featuring contemporary artists working in the fields of relational and social practices, sound and experimental music, and performance. The series highlights and documents a range of methodologies and hybrid formats, accentuating a diversity of approaches with an emphasis on experimental and poetical sensibilities.
 
Ricardo Basbaum - Diagrams - 1994-ongoing
2016
English edition
Errant Bodies
A publishing survey of the diagrams produced by Ricardo Basbaum in recent years. Both autonomous pieces or elements from installations, these diagrams act as interventional tools and visual poems that connect the literary and plastic spaces.
Heimo Lattner - A Voice That Once Was In One\'s Mouth (+ CD)
2013
English edition
Errant Bodies
Six conversations recorded in Berlin between the artist Heimo Lattner and colleagues, focusing on the artist's research and practice, especially around the recurring theme of the voice, which Lattner's work queries as fundamental to issues concerning the formation of social and cultural identity.
John Duncan -
2006
English edition
Errant Bodies
sold out
Monograph with selected artworks, audio, installations and performances from Duncan's different periods of work, with descriptions of his most significant events, illustrated with photos and drawings, many of which will be published for the first time. Includes many articles, and a CD of Duncan's audio work.
Yasunao Tone - Noise Media Language (+ CD)
2006
English edition
Errant Bodies
sold out
Reference monograph: an overview of a sound art pionner's career through documentation of seminal projects, including a CD of works ranging from early performance experiments to current digital projects.
Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform (+ CD)
2005
English edition
Errant Bodies
This first monograph documents the performance, sound, and video works of the Canadian multidisciplinary artist.
Brandon LaBelle - Site Specific Sound (+ CD)
2004
English edition
Errant Bodies
sold out
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.
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