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Author: Chris Mann

Chris Mann is an Australian–American composer, poet and performer specializing in compositional linguistics. Mann studied Chinese and linguistics at the University of Melbourne, and his interest in language, systems, and philosophy is evident in his work. Mann founded the New Music Centre in 1972 and taught at the State College of Victoria in the mid–1970s. Mann moved to New York in the 1980s and was an associate of American composers John Cage and Kenneth Gaburo. Mann has recorded with the ensemble Machine For Making Sense with Amanda Stewart and others, Chris Mann and the Impediments, and Chris Mann and The Use. Mann currently teaches in the Media Studies Graduate program at The New School.

Whistlin Is Did
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Whistlin Is Did

Cordite Books

Poetry. Music. "Pieces in this book read like blips in a particle accelerator, flung into each other at lightning speed to see what deeper thought emerges among exciting cognitive flashes of collision and conjecture. This excellent sampler of Mann's...

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WORKING HYPOTHESIS

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WORKING HYPOTHESIS

Station Hill Press of Barrytown

Music. Philosophy. Poetry. Chris Mann is a world-renowned, Australian born composer now living in New York City, whose work involves radical experiments with language, textuality, multi-media composition, and experimental formats for publishing text...

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