David Byrne - Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information álbum
- Artista: David Byrne
- Título: Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information
- Género: Electrónica / Clásica / Pantalla
- País: Germany
- Fuente de los registros: DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, PAL
- Liberado: 2003
- Estilo: Soundtrack, Experimental
- Etiqueta: Steidl
- MP3 álbum: 1931 mb
- FLAC álbum: 1340 mb
- Clasificación: 4.1/5
- Votos: 772
|1||–DB||Architecture Of Comparison|
Written-By – Verdi
|2||–DB||Sea Of Possibilities|
Written-By – DB
|3||–György Ligeti||Physiognomics (Piano Concerto, 2nd Movement, Lento)|
Written-By – György Ligeti
|4||–DB||The End Of Reason|
Written-By – DB
Written-By – DB
- Design [Book] – Danielle Spencer , David Byrne
DVD comes with book publication of the same title. DVD includes 5 PowerPoint based images accompanied by original music by Byrne, and in one case previously released music by György Ligeti.
PAL and NTSC-readable versions are on opposite sides of the disc.
Clothbound hardcover book (13.8x10.5 in. / 35x26.6 cm) has 96 full-color pages with a gatefold, four transparent overlays. DVD is attached in the die-cut book cover. Cloth-covered and labeled slipcase.
Printed and bound in Germany.
- Barcode: 9783882439076
- Other (ISBN): 3-88243-907-6
- Published By – Pace/MacGill Gallery
- Published By – Steidl
- Printed By – Steidl
Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information. Angels and Back in the Box were the two main singles released from the album. The first one entered the US Modern Rock Tracks chart, reaching No. For his fifth studio effort the emotional Feelings 1997, Byrne employed a brass orchestra called Black Cat Orchestra. Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information with DVD 2003. Arboretum, 2006. Bicycle Diaries 2009. David Byrne Author. Byrne's oddly-titled 2003 coffee table book epistemological is a philological look at the origin, methods, and limits of human knowledge is new version of mixed media, a rough dissertation on a visual, universal language. Bryne mixes the familiar images of a PowerPoint presentation out of the norm, be it a complicated flow chart or altered icons. July Radio David Byrne Presents: What We Need Now - Contemporary Scholar extracted view of Envisioning emotional epistemological information by David S. Byrne really does PowerPoint, Berkeley presentation shows. By Bonnie Azab Powell, NewsCenter 8 March 2005. BERKELEY Hello. My name is David Byrne, and I'm going to do an introduction to PowerPoint. He collected them into a book, Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information, which came with a DVD of about 20 minutes of his PowerPointillism, as Goldberg calls it. Those slides - among them images of Dolly the cloned sheep, simple drawings, and arrows jostling each other like a confused school of fish below right - cycled across the screen before the lecture began. David Byrne. Out of print. Koproduktion mit der Pace MacGill Gallery, New York. For more information on privacy, please visit the following link Data protection statement. Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information is a book of images and essays, plus a DVD which plays 5 of his PowerPoint presentations accompanied by original music. For more than a year, David Byrne has been employing the ubiquitous sales and presentation program PowerPoint as an art medium. Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information is a book of images and essays, plus a DVD which plays 5 of his PowerPoint presentations accompanied by origi. The book component contains a dozen new exploratory texts and a whole lot of bold, graphic images created with the help of PowerPoint's built-in tools and visuals-not to mention the fun of plastic overlays and nifty foldout pages. And you may ask yourself, what is the meaning of this And you may ask yourself, what is this about It is about taking subjective, even emotional, information and presenting it in a. David Byrne, best known as the lead singer for the '80s rock band Talking Heads, has collected his PowerPoint art into a book and DVD with original songs, Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information. Reporter Debra Schifrin spoke with David Byrne about his new work. But despite his initial disdain for the program, Byrne became intrigued by its artistic potential