Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Daniel Brun - L'Orphee (tape, 19??)


Crazy casio pop with classical (baroque?) influences!

From Eu Records

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5 comments:

lepoof said...

L' Orphee, Minivideopera in Six Parts

LÓrphee is a sketchy representation, a draft. It has been produced with the help of a music toy, markers of three colours, collages, models and interchangable actors.

1983, 46'18'' (sound, colour). Collection: NIMk (Netherlands Media Art Institute).

The Nederlands Videocircuit was a monthly circulation of video tapes between different art institutions, theatres and cultural centres in the Netherlands that was active during 1984 and 1985. The works were pre-existing, not specially made for the Nederlands Videocircuit. It was intended to promote video art and to improve the infrastructure in the Netherlands. Series three, part two took place during March 1985 and presented work by Daniel Brun, Jaap de Jonge, Raul Marroquin, Pieter Baan Müller and Michiel Vijselaar/Tjarda Sixma. The theme of the evening was 'Video/decors/miniatures'.

http://catalogue.nimk.nl/

terblus said...

I've been having trouble trying to download this file. It will wait the 60 seconds and properly go to the final download page, but instead of the download coming up, it goes to an "unable to connect" page after a moment. Any advice?

433 RPM said...

no, sorry, no advice. oh and what exactly didn't you understand about 'report broken links through email not as comments'?

terblus said...

I suppose I must've missed that. Even so, I'm not sure if this is a broken link, as depositfiles acts as though the link's still there, which other upload sites normally don't do when it's been deleted. In addition, I had this problem with another file but it worked after a few tries. Been trying for the past couple days with this one with no luck, so perhaps it is broken. Anyhow, sorry for any inconvenience I might have caused. I'll be sure to use e-mail if I have any troubles downloading in the future.

433 RPM said...

why didn't you e-mail this?