A two-record album of 21 original sound works by artists who exhibited at the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York.
Revolutions Per Minute is a two-record album of 21 original sound works by artists who exhibit at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc. Each gallery artist was asked to record or provide a 3-5 minute segment for Jeff Gordon's Greene Street Recording Studio. No further directions were given, and the soundworks are an amazing mix.
The album was the idea of Jeff Gordon, a music writer-producer who has written songs for Joan Baez and is a partner in the Greene Street Recording Studio in SoHo. Wanting to “bridge the gap” between the visual and the aural, he approached the dealer Ronald Feldman with a proposal for a record with which visual artists could experiment with sound.
With Vincenzo Agnetti, Eleanor Antin, Ida Applebroog, Conrad Atkinson, Joseph Beuys
, Chris Burden
, Douglas Davis, Jud Fine, Terry Fox
, R. Buckminster Fuller, Helen Mayer Harrison & Newton Harrison, Margaret Harrison, Piotr Kowalski & William Burroughs
, Les Levine, Edwin Schlossberg, Thomas Shannon, Todd Siler, SITE, Komar & Melamid, David Smyth, Hannah Wilke.