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Mark Eden

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“Cremation Science” sound collage included on Innova Records (American Composers Forum) CD “Art of the Virtual Rythmicon.”

Sound Pieces (“Amanuensis and Cremation Science”) broadcast on:

  • Sound Poets Exposed, Resonance FM (London, UK)
  • Art@radio (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD)
  • Discreet Music, KPFA 94.1 FM (Berkley, CA)

“Bookend Track 5 (remix)” included in 2006-2007 60x60 Midwest Mix sound installation.  Performed at:

  • Free Play Six: Listening Chamber, Grand Valley State University Art Gallery, Allendale, MI
  • Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
  • Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster University, St. Louis, MO
  • EMM Festival, Lewis University, Romeoville, IL

Sculpture/installation “Flogging Bench:  Natzweiler KZ” exhibited at Contemporary Artist Center, North Adams, MA.  Jurors:  Mark Dion and J. Morgan Puett.

“Imperfect Harmony” (a review of the Coexistence poster exhibition) published in Print Magazine (Jan./Feb., 2006).

Founder and coordinator of Voicings, a free community festival that explores social discourse primarily through the arts.

Voicings 2006: 

  • Screening of the Qatsi Trilogy, plus a talk by Trilogy director, Godfrey Reggio
  • Presentations by renowned American Indian artists, composer Brent Michael Davids and visual artist Edgar Heap of Birds

Voicings 2007:

  • Robert Capa award winning photographer, Susan Meiselas
  • Screening of the 2005 Academy Award winning documentary, “Born Into Brothels,” plus a talk by the film’s co-director, Zana Briski
  • N.P.R.’s Peabody Award winning Kitchen Sisters

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