First vinyl LP edition by Dutch sound and visual artist Paul Panhuysen since 1986. In terms of sound art, Paul Panhuysen is well-known for his long string installations, yet he has produced a vast amount of other sound installations using different materials and sound sources ranging from various instruments to animals such as birds. Edition of 300 copies. Full-color sleeve with photos of the installation and liner notes by RenÃ© van Peer. Black poly-lined inner sleeve. This LP contains a recording of the installation "Pendulum Change Ringing", displayed at Pand Koloniale Waren in Hasselt (Belgium) in 2012. The installation consists of twelve engraved Turkish metal platters, each mounted onto a black plastic bin, and placed in a 20 meters long row. The rim of each platter is hit by a metal pendulum operated by a tiny electromotor. Each hit causes the platter to resonate with a rich sound texture full of dissonant overtones.
Paul Panhuysen (August 21, 1934, Borgharen, The Netherlands) is a Dutch visual and sound artist.
Panhuysen studied painting and monumental design at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht and art sociology at the University of Utrecht from 1954 till 1959. He's been a director of the Fine Arts Academy in Leeuwarden; and a curator for the Den Haag City Museum and for the Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven.
In 1965 he founded the artist group "De Bende van de Blauwe Hand." This group closely related to Fluxus, presented exhibitions, environments and happenings in museums and galleries.
In 1968, he founded the Maciunas Ensemble and began performing experimental music. Paul Panhuysen has been concentrating on sound art, which has come to occupy an important place in his visual art work. He has performed his Long string installations during concerts or exhibitions since 1982 in Boston, Washington D.C., Dresden, Berlin, Hannover, Linz, Ferrara, Barcelona, Lodz, Warsaw, Moskow, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Kobe, Kyoto, Lyon, Rome, Prague and Mexico-city. Performances was set up in indoor or outdoor spaces and was always taking fully advantage of site specific sound and architectural properties. In 1980, Paul Panhuysen founded Het Apollohuis: a plateform for sound and visual arts, exhibitions and new music concerts. He has been his director until its disclosure in 1997.
Edition of 500 with printed inner sleeve featuring a Saitensack discussion transcript.