Lawrence Weiner (b. 1942)



Nothing to Lose (1976)

1. Side 1
2. Side 2

Nothing to Lose/Niets aan Ver/oren
Eindhoven: Van Abbemuseum, 1976



Deutsche Angst (Peter Gordon & Lawrence Weiner, 1982)

1. Where It Came From
2. Deutsche Angst

Label: Les Disques Du Crepuscule
Catalog#: TWI 059
Format: Vinyl, 7"
Country: Belgium
Released: 1982



Audio Arts: Lawrence Weiner, concerning twenty works

1. concerning twenty works, Side 1
2. concerning twenty works, Side 2

Side A
00:00:00: An Object Tossed From One Country To Another
00:02:53: A Turbulence Induced Within A Body Of Water
00:05:49: To The Sea
00:08:39: Done Without
Timing not identified: As If It Could
00:09:43: Made Quietly
00:11:53: Taken To A Point Of Tolerance
00:13:57: With Relation To Reason (Often) Moved About
00:20:41: Some Things (Packed Up). Some Things (Laid Down). All Overdue
00:23:09: Blown Away. Under Certain Circumstances

Side B
00:00:00: The Artic Circle Shattered
00:05:05: Folded
00:05:35: Slowly Raised Water
Timing not identified: Over The Hill
Timing not identified: To Show And To Tell
00:12:16: (Turned) Red As Well As Black
Timing not identified: Often Replayed (Played Again)
Timing not identified: (Often) Moved About Within The Context Of (A) Reason
00:20:46: Having Been Brought Back At A Point Of Passage
00:24:00: Many Objects Put Upon Many Other Objects In Place Of Some Other Objects No Longer Used To Form A Pile




Concerning Twenty Works (1980)

1. Side 1 (24'45")
2. Side 2 (25'30")

This cassette work was made by the artist on the occasion of his exhibition during October and November 1980 at the Anthony d'Offay Gallery. The structure of the cassette is based on the twenty works exhibited in the gallery but is extended by readings from other works, with Miranda Frawley and William Furlong.






RELATED RESOURCES:
Lawrence Weiner in UbuWeb Film