Music/Sound 1948-1993: The Michael Snow Project

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Music/Sound 1948-1993: The Michael Snow Project

The Performance and Recorded Music/Sound of Michael Snow, Solo and with Various Ensembles, His Sound-Films and Sound Installations
Improvisations/Composition from 1948 to 1993

Edited by Michael Snow
wth texts by the artist, David Lancashire, Raymond Gervais, Bruce Elder and others

8vo. pp. 302. illustrations. paperback wrs. (near fine - slight curl to lower corner). Toronto: The Art Gallery of Ontario in association with The Power Plant & Alfred A. Knopf Canada, [1994].

ISBN-10: 0394280539 / ISBN-13: 9780394280530


The extensive retrospective of Michael Snow's work, on exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario from March to June 1994 and touring Ontario galleries through 1995, will be a major Canadian cultural event.  Published in conjunction with the exhibition, The Michael Snow Project celebrates the work of Snow's astonishing career as a painter, filmmaker, and sculptor.  With contributions by Canada's leading art critics, this lavishly illustrated book covers all aspects of Snow's extraordinary diverse artistic expression and is the first comprehensive and accessible look at one of Canada's most important and internationally recognized artists.

The second volume, Music/Sound, explores the many-faceted use of sound by Michael Snow-as a musician, on film soundtracks and in sound installations.  The book includes a complete discography and is generously illustrated.