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September 20, 2007

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I'm one of the founding members of b3 (bound.by.breaks) and I was linked to your blog, I just wanted to say thanks for taking note of this event! We, as a collective, are very excited to have an opportunity to work with such an amazing and innovative artist and incorporate our take on this exhibit. Just to clarify, we are indeed digging into our own crates to put our own original spin (no pun intended...ok, maybe a little bit) on the project. It is definitely a departure from the norm in that there are no Technics 1200s, mixers, or monitors as in a traditional dj environment...the Numark porta-tables are belt driven, and that alone presents quite a challenge in itself. Despite the obvious (and some not-so-obvious) limitations of the equipment, we're very excited to present our interpretation of The Grove. Typically the museum doesn't allow cameras (or even cell phones), but I'll see if they'll make an exception as we'd like to have some footage of the event as well. Thanks again for the mention!

Blake
aka ill-legal?
bound.by.breaks

No problem Blake - good luck with the performance!

I just got a response from the point person we've been working with at the museum, and he plans on taking some video for youtube plus he's given us the go ahead to do the same! Very cool, we'll hit you up once we get something uploaded. :)

This is such a wonderful

Sorry it's taken me a few days to get back to you, but there are some great videos posted on the 'net from the event...first, 944.com was there covering the exhibit and you can see their footage linked on the ASU art museum homepage here:

http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/seanduffy/index.html

and a two-part version of the entire 20 some-odd minute performance on youtube here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q4-PWjmIcc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mglG4pu6vu4

Enjoy!


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