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* 2006  '''HelmaFRODIT''' [http://www.radioart.sk/doc/ab/index.php?pager=part3] (2006), [http://www.workinghelmets.net]  
 
* 2006  '''HelmaFRODIT''' [http://www.radioart.sk/doc/ab/index.php?pager=part3] (2006), [http://www.workinghelmets.net]  
* 2006  '''Interview''' Cat Hope (Australia)/Michal Murin [http://www.radioart.sk/avr/radiopage.php?id=217], [http://34.sk/ootext.php?text=3-141]
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* 2006  '''Interview''' Cat Hope (Australia)/Michal Murin [http://www.radioart.sk/avr/radiopage.php?id=217], [https://34.sk/archiv/ootext.php?text=3-141]
 
* 2010 - Marcus Gammel, "Black Holes and White Spots. Visiting the Experimental Studio at Slovakian Radio. In conversation with Milan Adamčiak, Juraj Ďuriš, Michal Murin", in ''n.b.k. Sounds: Radio - Kunst - Neue Musik'' edited by Marius Babias and Katrin Klingan, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 2010, pp 93-111. (English, German) [[Media:Black Holes and White Spots.pdf|PDF]]
 
* 2010 - Marcus Gammel, "Black Holes and White Spots. Visiting the Experimental Studio at Slovakian Radio. In conversation with Milan Adamčiak, Juraj Ďuriš, Michal Murin", in ''n.b.k. Sounds: Radio - Kunst - Neue Musik'' edited by Marius Babias and Katrin Klingan, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 2010, pp 93-111. (English, German) [[Media:Black Holes and White Spots.pdf|PDF]]
  
  
 
Co-founder of [[SNEH]] and [[WARPS]] society
 
Co-founder of [[SNEH]] and [[WARPS]] society

Latest revision as of 10:37, 2 April 2017

Michal Murin in sound art:

  • 1987 Visual Composition, Germany
  • 1989, 1991 Visual Composition, realization by Ross Boletter, score printed in EVOS music magazine, Perth
  • 1989 Simulplay improvisations, Perth, Australia [1],

Transmusic comp. (1989-1996)

  • 1997 Left Hand of the Universe, PIANO HOTEL SOUND OFF 1997 [2];

Music without sound lecture [3]

  • 2000 Art's Birthday Party (2000) [4], [5]
  • 2005 Sleeping in the piano Tura New Music - 7th Totaly Huge New Music Festival - Perth, Australia.

[6], [7]

  • 2006 HelmaFRODIT [8] (2006), [9]
  • 2006 Interview Cat Hope (Australia)/Michal Murin [10], [11]
  • 2010 - Marcus Gammel, "Black Holes and White Spots. Visiting the Experimental Studio at Slovakian Radio. In conversation with Milan Adamčiak, Juraj Ďuriš, Michal Murin", in n.b.k. Sounds: Radio - Kunst - Neue Musik edited by Marius Babias and Katrin Klingan, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 2010, pp 93-111. (English, German) PDF


Co-founder of SNEH and WARPS society