(These Are Your Instructions 2005), Cuernavaca, Mexico (Neoist World Congress & Neoist World's Fair 2005), Rome, Italy (ArteScienza 2004-2008, Festival Scelsi 2005, Festival del Cinema di Roma 2007), Zurich, Switzerland (Generator #9 2007), Regensburg, Germany (Plac.Art.X 2007), Miami, FL, U.S.A. (Harold Golen Gallery 2008), L’Aquila, Italy (Barattelli 2008). Among his most significant releases: Natural Born Fluxus - an anthology of childhood events by contemporary Fluxus artists, edited by Cecil Touchon and published by Fluxmuseum Texas in 2008. Music For The Williamson Tunnels - a collection of the sound of dripping water produced by Alan Dunn and published by the Arts Council England. Cage Glitched: Music For Carillon No.1 - digital performances of a classic piece by John Cage published by Amazon and iTunes Music Store in 2008. Event Scores - a book containing 52 verbal scores published by Amazon in 2007. Fluxus Anthology 2005 - a compilation made in collaboration with various Fluxus artists, including Ken Friedman; published by CafePress in 2006. Phoneticathon - a compilation curated by Mark Owens and published by Sad Penguin Records Oregon in 2005. Musica Inaudita II for piano - Bèrben 2005. Fluxuations - a compilation made in collaboration with John M. Bennett, Alan Bowman, Don Boyd and others; published by Xexoxial Editions Wisconsin in 2003. Trees Like Torches - a compilation including Eddie Prevost published by the English record company Electronic Musik in 2002. Miope for electric guitars - Bèrben 2000. As interpreter Cianciusi produced the electronics for the world première of the piece Texture by Aldo Clementi (Rome, Musica-Scienza 2005) as well as the algorithms for the installation Musica In Forma by Michelangelo Lupone (Belgrade 2008). At the International Computer Music Conference 2005 (Barcelona) he presented an aesthetic analysis concerning a piece for string quartet and live electronics called Corda Di Metallo, composed by Michelangelo Lupone. In 2005 Cianciusi was selected to publish an essay as one of eleven other contemporary "New Fluxus" artists who are seen to 'inhabit the site of Fluxus, developing and interpreting the Fluxus tradition in a new way.' in a special double issue of the journal Visible Language on Fluxus. The double issue was developed by Owen Smith and Ken Friedman and published through the Rhode Island School of Design. Since March 2006 Cianciusi is the curator of the iTunes Fluxus Podcast. During the International Conference on Events and Event Structures 2007 (Copenhagen) he presented a paper concerning algorithmic translations of classic Fluxus event scores. Cianciusi contributed to the production of many music and art events, including performances by Riccardo Muti, Ennio Morricone, Andrea Bocelli, Lang Lang, Salvatore Sciarrino, Peter Bosch & Simone Simons, Georges Aperghis, Mario Bertoncini, Dieter Schnebel, Larry Austin and many others. www.waltercianciusi.it Read more on Last.fm.
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