Orignally released as a Limited Edition Double Vinyl Set, TELLUS TOOLS, curated by Taketo Shimada, was
intended to be used as a tool for DJʼs to create original mixes of a compliation of works by artists including Nicolas Collins, Kiki Smith, Catherine Jauniaux & Iuke Mori, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Louise Lawler, Kohondo Style, Ken Montgomery, Christian Marclay, Isaac Jackson and the Bonus Break Artists.
Since the release of this compilation, the idea of the mix and the methods in which one creates a remix has drastically evolved.
For this exhibition, artists are asked to create an original remix of the tracks provided that utilizes an innovative mixing method. The creations will be submitted to soundcloud.com/groups/harvestworks-tellus-tools-remix-competition/dropbox by April 3rd 2013. Each creation will be posted publicly and reviewed by the Harvestworks Curatorial Panel. The selected creations will be exhibited in Harvestworksʻ Studio C.
Length: No longer than 3 minutes
Effective use of Provided Stems from: soundcloud.com/harvestworks/sets/tellustools-originals-1
The audio creation should employ an innovative/experimental mixing method
Exemplify Artistic Excellence
All Submissions must be sent to: soundcloud.com/groups/harvestworks-tellus-tools-remix-competition/dropbox
within your submission, please provide a description of method of creation and e-mail contact information
Deadline April 3, 2013
Selected works will be exhibited at the listening event at Harvestworksʼ studio C (596 Broadway
#602 NY, NY.) The exhibition will be open to the public, and will be promoted through Harvestworks social media networks.
5 selected artists will receive a free Harvestworks Membership ($75 value) which includes
discounts on our electronic music/MaxMSP online classes.
Full Edition of Tellus Tools
Harvestworks is a not-for-profit organization that helps artists create new works using technology. Our mission is to support the creation and presentation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies. www.harvestworks.org
Artwork by Christian Marclay