I was delighted to be greeted with an email from Tanya Zimbardo, Assistant Curator of Media Arts, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art this morning informing me that the poster I created to announce my 1968 show Ritual at the Unicorn Gallery in San Francisco is currently featured “… in a recent image-based post on the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art blog Open Space as part of a series based on artists’ ephemera from the SFMOMA Library.”
For more information about that show, check out my entries in the Musical Instruments category and in the Sound category.
To find myself displayed in the company of some of my longtime heros and sheros in sound exploration (I listen to the work of the late Maryanne Amacher almost daily), lifts my spirits and encourages me to continue my audio journeys. You can learn more about Amacher’s amazing body of work at a web site currently in the process of development or via Wikipedia. You can hear some of the rare recordings of her work at WFMU.org
Footnote: “Nothing is worth listening to.” This statement just popped into my head and will be added to the Nadatorium as soon as possible.