Jez Riley French is a UK-based sound artist who uses intuitive composition, field recording, improvisation and photography. Alongside performances, exhibitions and installations, he lectures and runs workshops around the world on various aspects of sound culture.
His work has included commissions and performances for Tate Modern (UK), The Whitworth (UK), Paradise Air (Japan), Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (Japan), Artisphere (USA), Harpa (Iceland), Mengi (Iceland), The Wired Lab (Australia), Mullae Art Space (Korea) and for organisations in numerous other countries around the world.
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arrangements placed across the locale
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sounds appear randomly placed intentionally
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the attempts to order that which we receive as ours results merely in grids placed across much wider expanses. we choose whether to stay within the lines or cross the borders – to overlook or not the choreography of perception
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