Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Print Media 2010

Londres Noir
French language edition of London Noir, including the KH short story ‘Betamax’, published by Asphalte Editions , Paris
See also
London Noir is now available in French, Italian, Turkish and Russian

The opening section, parts 1-5 of KH’s forthcoming book The Bright Labyrinth published in issue one of Journal #3

KH’s interview portrait of sound recordist and former member of Cabaret Voltaire Chris Watson, published in issue 318 of The Wire

‘Sentences on Communication Design Education (With Apologies to Sol Lewitt)’
Text commissioned for MAtters, edited by Paulus M. Dreibholz and published by Gaffa Limited

Sleeve notes for the Andreas Böhlen CD of the same name, text commissioned by Microtonal Projects

SPACESHIP UK: The British Space Programme as Musical Exploration – The Untold Story
Essay on the history of British electronic music, commissioned by Sound and Music for Sonar 2010 and available at the festival as a stand-alone publication with package design by Julian House and a 10” vinyl record featuring tracks by Daphne Oram and Belbury Poly
For details on this essay and the online version, please click here.

‘Craig Baldwin Conquers the Universe’
Profile of visionary filmmaker and archivist in issue 315 of The Wire

‘Edgard Varèse in Five Locations: A Personal View’
Essay on the acoustic spaces and musical experiments of modernist composer Edgard Varèse, published in issue 314 of The Wire

The Italian-language edition of Welcome to Mars published by  ISBN for reviews and additional information, WIRED review and serialization in Newton magazine etc click on ISBN Edizioni link

The Future is Back
KH’s essay on Marshall McLuhan, originally commissioned by NESTA, is republished in the Spring 2010 issue of Otherzine

KH on why I want to be a Japanese cartoon character from the future, commissioned for the first edition of Electric Sheep  as an online publication