10" white vinyl edition, including leporello-folded booklet with an extensive essay by senior research and curator Birgitte Anderberg, as well as Lene Adler Petersen's own texts for the two pieces, in Danish and English.
Includes unlimited streaming of "Se mor". Nansensgade 1971 / Sangen om kaffekoppen
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
ships out within 5 days
edition of 300
Streaming + Download
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
This release presents the only two known sound works by Danish artist Lene Adler Petersen.
The two works are primarily carried by the words and voice of Adler Petersen and deal with how everyday actions and ways of organizing life and work holds a social and political potential. “Our actions must explain our language” as one spoken text concludes. Neither of the works have been released before.
Download includes PDF booklet with an extensive essay by senior researcher and curator Birgitte Anderberg.
released December 12, 2018
Front page: collage from the series ‘Udklip på papir med Kvindetegnet’, 1974.
Text: Birgitte Anderberg
Translation: René Lauritsen
Layout: Kasper Vang
Printed by Eksskolens Trykkeri
Thank you: Lene Adler Petersen, Birgitte Anderberg, and SMK Foto.
supported by 11 fans who also own “"Se mor". Nansensgade 1971 / Sangen om kaffekoppen”
This is what happens when one of the most interesting and groundbreaking modern composers turns his eyes on new age - or rather "new age", because it does not sound like anything else in the genre. Especially Per Nørgårds application of his compositional innovation, "uendelighedsrækken" (the infinity series), a kind af fractal minimalism, is put to otherworldly use. Eminently listenabel and far out radical at the same time. polinos