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VAN DEN DOBBELSTEEN, JAN - Temporary Change of Scale of Museum Le Secet (Nr. 49)

2012 release. " with the Museum Le Secret, which I believe is a portable museum, a scale model of a museum, which can be presented in another gallery space. Van den Dobbelsteen, also a visual artist, exhibited in that small museum, and released this record. Like the museum has a scale of 1:200 and 1:87, the music is made from making a similar scale model, I guess by slowing down sounds in a similar scale. Or maybe just silence slowed down, as both pieces last 4 minutes and 33 seconds. The 1:200 version is barely audible and just seems to have some vague sound happenings, the 1:87 model is a more electronic piece of microscopic events being played around. Music wise that is the more musical side of the two. Like much of Van den Dobbelsteens work this is a highly conceptual record; one that leaves more room for questions than it is prepared to give answers." - Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly. Edition of 100 copies.

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