CFR. nn. Arch. 184.12, 184.56, 185.9
Hope is a limited edition collection of one-minute soundworks by international sound artists, experimental composers, noise makers and other audio creators. Contributors were invited to create an original recording of one-minute duration for the CD on the
Track 9 del CD "HOPE, A Collection of Minute Sundworks" (T.T. 68' 00"), 1998 Audio Research Editions
mp3 It's recommended to use the random play bottom on the CD player.
John J. Campbell is an artist and musician whose work encompasses a number of disciplines including: site specific gallery installation, electronic soundworks and group performance. He has published work nationally and internationally under his own name and various group names including It’s Immaterial for over twenty-five years. He has produced gallery based installations such as: Baby 96 (1996) for the Live from the Vinyl Junkyard (1996-1997) group show at the Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool; and for Two Seconds Nine Months (1996) at the Bankside Gallery London. He has also contributed soundworks to the Audio Research Editions CDs: Hope (1998, ARE) as part of the ninth International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA98); Trace (1999, ARE) as part of the first Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art; and Zero (2000, ARE) as part of Video Positive 2000 festival. Liverpool-based Henry Priestman has sold three million albums with his band The Christians. Besides TV, film, games and advertising work he writes with stars like former Spice Girl Mel C and upcoming artists like Marli Buck (whose album is due out on Sony in 2005).Equally at home on the heady waters of the mainstream (The Christians, TV soundtracks, song-writing and producing) as the murky depths of more experimental forms (audio installation"Baby96", "Hope" CD, releases by MoR and The serpents) ultimately henry Priestman is a multi-tasker and proprietor of the Gossamer Dome.