Janet Cardiff + George Bures Miller - The Secret Hotel album
com Artists George Miller discusses with Rosie Whitehead his collaborative show with Janet Cardiff at The Fruitmarket Gallery
Janet Cardiff + George Bures Miller. Janet Cardiff + George Bures Miller - The Secret Hotel (7", Single + CD, Album).
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She works in collaboration with her husband and partner George Bures Miller. Cardiff and Miller currently live and work in British Columbia, Canada. Janet Cardiff first gained international recognition in the art world for her audio walks in 1995.
She works in collaboration with her husband and partner George Bures Miller. Cardiff and Miller currently live and work in Berlin. Books by Janet Cardiff.
by George Bures Miller and Eckhard Schneider. Cardiff and Miller create interactive pieces in which the visitor is invited to touch, listen, smell and move about freely.
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller. The Infinity Machine, 2015. Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller. The Forty Part Motet, 2001. ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. Experiment in F Minor, 2013. The Marionette Maker, 2014.
Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller’s work has been shown at such major international exhibition venues as the PS1, New York, the Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, the Astrop Fearnley Museum, Oslo, the Castello Rivoli in Turin, the Portikus, Frankfurt, and the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London. One of their most well-known works is The Paradise Institute, which was their award-winning contribution to the Venice Biennial 2001 and is also being shown in Bregenz
Cardiff and Miller have made one of their acclaimed video walks – Night Walk For Edinburgh – commissioned by The Fruitmarket Gallery and presented in partnership with Edinburgh International Festival and in association with Edinburgh Art Festival.
|A||Opening Excerpt From Opera For A Small Room|
|B||Roadkill Crow From Opera For A Small Room|
|CD-2||Excerpt From The Paradise Institute||3:50|
|CD-3||Excerpt From The Secret Hotel||2:29|
|CD-4||Excerpt From Opera For A Small Room||5:38|
|CD-5||Roadkill Crow From Opera For A Small Room||4:05|
|CD-6||Excerpt From The Forty-Part Motet||3:58|
- Arranged By – Tilman Ritter (tracks: 5)
- Choir – Salisbury Cathedral Choir* (tracks: 6)
- Composed By – George Bures Miller (tracks: 1, 5), Gordon Monahan (tracks: 1), Janet Cardiff (tracks: 1), Thomas Tallis (tracks: 6), Tilman Ritter (tracks: 1)
- Composed By, Edited By – Titus Maderlechner (tracks: 3)
- Edited By – George Bures Miller (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 6), Janet Cardiff (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 6)
- Music By – Tilman Ritter (tracks: 2)
- Voice – George Bures Miller (tracks: 1, 4), Isabelle Stoffel (tracks: 2), Janet Cardiff (tracks: 1), Jarreth Merz (tracks: 2), Volker Spengler (tracks: 2)
- Written-By – George Bures Miller (tracks: A, B), Janet Cardiff (tracks: A, B)
Notes7" record and CD are housed inside the jacket of this 108-paged hardbound catalogue (isbn 3-865600-014-x; Edited by Eckhard Schneider; essays by Jàrg Heiser and Matthias Lilienthal) of an exhibition at the Kunsthaus Bregenz in Bregenz, Germany, 26 November 2005 to 15 January 2006.
Janet Cardiff + George Bures Miller create soundtracks to accompany various sorts of artistic installations: sculpture, diorama, film, CD-prompted solo walking tours, and in the case of The Forty-Part Motet, a virtual space created by strategically placed speakers. Etcetera.
Track 4 contains excerpts from Mozart, Chopin, Verdi, Giordano, Gounod, Wilf Carter.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (ISBN): 3-865600-014-X
- Barcode: 9 783865 600141