21/10/2014 77' 33''

By Eduard Escoffet

Actual recording was not an option until the twentieth century, when technology made it possible to record, play back, process and multiply the voice of the poet. One source, infinite layers. A machine for expressing the multiplicity that exists in every voice, in every person. This led to the birth of a new genre, a new path that is in reality simply a revival of the original poetry which existed before print: voice and repetition. In this mix we capture some of the infinite instances of voice and repetition in Eduard Escoffet's sound poetry collection.

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