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Paul Panhuysen

Paul Panhuysen

Paul Panhuysen


Paul Panhuysen (born Aug 21, 1934, Borgharen) is a Dutch composer, visual and sound artist, and was the founder and director of Het Apollohuis, and art space that functioned during the 80's and 90's having artists doing sound installations, sound sculptures, and concerts about free improvisation, experimental music, electronic music, etc. The most known sound installations of this artist were made with strings, crossing the spaces in different ways Read more on Last.fm
Paul Panhuysen (born Aug 21, 1934, Borgharen) is a Dutch composer, visual and sound artist, and was the founder and director of Het Apollohuis, and art space that functioned during the 80's and 90's having artists doing sound installations, sound sculptures, and concerts about free improvisation, experimental music, electronic music, etc. The most known sound installations of this artist were made with strings, crossing the spaces in different ways, and later played by the artist putting rosing in his fingers and using them as a sort of violin bow. He has released several albums, including: * Paul Panhuysen and the Galvanos: Lost for Words, in which various recordings are input into several galvanometers, attached to which are metal springs which vibrate more readily at some frequencies over others, and these frequencies are then reamplified. * Paul Panhuysen: Partitas for Long Strings, which is from the long string installations which Panhuysen has been doing for quite a while. He is also a member of the Maciunas Ensemble, named after George Maciunas of Fluxus fame, and has worked with Arnold Dreyblatt and Ellen Fullman. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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