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« Reply #75 on: January 21, 2020, 02:27:59 PM »

Some great stuff in here, thanks for all the links.

My own collages are pretty simple and basic, and mostly made up of faces from found photos and flowers or buildings from ol dpostcards I've collected. Here's a few if you fancy a look: https://sadneck.wordpress.com/visual/



i think you've got a good thing going.  I like this one especially.  The idea of these things in a frame at an art gallery have a certain quaintness to them that would be complimentary to eachother as a body of work in a solo showing, especially if you stuck to mainly found photos.  I personally have collected a number of found photos as "ready mades".   I just like the graininess of them, especially with amateur portraiture.  It would be interesting to see how your work evolves.  I am not good at minimalism.  I tend to be a chaotic maniac with collage and try to cram too many ideas into one piece.   

That's very kind of you, thank you. Found photos alone are great, I agree. I do some times keep some as they are.

I think my minimalist approach comes from being impatient - I want to finish things quickly and move onto something new straight away. Otherwise I get over critical and over work a piece until it becomes something that I dislike or don't feel fits in with what I'm trying to achieve. Most stuff I do enjoy of others tends to be far more chaotic than my own.
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« Reply #76 on: January 21, 2020, 03:54:27 PM »

Has anybody bought the Rozz Williams Art Book?  I have seen a video of someone paging through it, and it doesn't seem to have that much collage art.  I'm sure there are some decent flyers and other background info, but I guess it's a pretty penny, so I'm not sure if I'd buy it yet.   



very expensive on ebay :O
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« Reply #77 on: December 20, 2021, 12:54:42 AM »

Got this book The Art of Collage book recently. Very cool, a big compilation of various collage works from a big variation of artists. And a lot of it is very interesting, maybe not all but with 300+ pages there is a lots of good work (although don't expect much sex & filth, it's not a noise perverts guide to collage). Great way to get some new ideas. Printed on nice heavy paper too.

Explanation of works could be a bit less pompous and the "this work is transcendental for showing flaws of society blah blah blah" is a bit to overstated with most artists, but I guess that's how they get accepted in galleries and such, would be better with personal stories from artist but we can't have all I guess.

Book isn't cheap but quality is definitely there!



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« Reply #78 on: December 24, 2021, 01:39:00 PM »

Got this book The Art of Collage book recently. Very cool, a big compilation of various collage works from a big variation of artists. And a lot of it is very interesting, maybe not all but with 300+ pages there is a lots of good work (although don't expect much sex & filth, it's not a noise perverts guide to collage). Great way to get some new ideas. Printed on nice heavy paper too.

Explanation of works could be a bit less pompous and the "this work is transcendental for showing flaws of society blah blah blah" is a bit to overstated with most artists, but I guess that's how they get accepted in galleries and such, would be better with personal stories from artist but we can't have all I guess.

Book isn't cheap but quality is definitely there!





Thanks for recommendation! Received it today as Christmas gift for myself. Looking forward to dig deeper into this in the next couple days.
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« Reply #79 on: February 18, 2022, 05:04:32 PM »

Hi, does someone know a book with collage art from the noise scene? It should be with provocative artwork and all that stuff! :-)

I found recently this:

https://whitecentipedenoise.com/products/kate-rissiek-analogue-paper-dreams-book

But maybe it's too feminine for me...
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« Reply #80 on: February 18, 2022, 06:11:50 PM »

Hi, does someone know a book with collage art from the noise scene? It should be with provocative artwork and all that stuff! :-)

I found recently this:

https://whitecentipedenoise.com/products/kate-rissiek-analogue-paper-dreams-book

But maybe it's too feminine for me...

I would be interested in a book-length collection of noise collages as well.

There are a few zines around that did this (Wrath - "Visual Depravity" and Manuel Pereira's "Slice of Cunt" come to mind, but I am sure that there are many more that I do not know of).  Infinity Land Press also has a good selection of art books that explore noise-related themes.
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« Reply #81 on: May 19, 2022, 10:56:54 AM »

Hello I have some stuff to share over here. I have experimented some collage into unusual places such as well,
, gun turret, bunker, cold chambers  etc...
have a look on it,  and don't hesitate to leave a comment  !






https://archive.org/details/@neue_reagenzien






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« Reply #82 on: June 05, 2022, 01:14:24 PM »

Hi, does someone know a book with collage art from the noise scene? It should be with provocative artwork and all that stuff! :-)

I found recently this:

https://whitecentipedenoise.com/products/kate-rissiek-analogue-paper-dreams-book

But maybe it's too feminine for me...
A few years back I put out five issues of a collage zine called Nothing/Forever on my site input-error.co.uk . Might not be quite what you're looking for, but a number of noise artists had their work in there, including Luke Tandy, P. van Trigt, Matteo Castro, Niels Geybels, Zen Zsigo, Kate Rissiek, and Richard Rupenus. They're long sold out now, and I've not uploaded them anywhere yet, but you can check some of the previews on instagram here:

Issue 1
- https://www.instagram.com/p/zSmBSHEpEp/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/zSmK5gkpE8/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/zSmNnNkpFE/
Issue 2
- https://www.instagram.com/p/6A8cP1EpK1/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/6A8gmZkpLE/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/6A8jIdEpLN/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/6A8kWGkpLP/
Issue 3
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BC5l2wpkpOu/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BC5mK8tkpPj/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BC5mOC7EpPu/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BC5mRNJkpP1/
Issue 4
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BM1n-r6hKlc/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BM1oRt5BHem/
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BM1oXNxBKhd/
Issue 5
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BVcfgYmgvbB/

I'd also highly recommend Kate's book, which you can still buy at her store here:
https://rusalka.org/shop/
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« Reply #83 on: July 24, 2022, 05:14:00 PM »

Love this thread. Never posted here but seems this is one I can throw my hat into.

Been making collage for a long while
Started actually posting them on this account
https://www.instagram.com/alonewithlabor/

Picked it up in a psych ward got “sober” and never stopped
Have made some covers for some noise folk but mostly do it while listening to stuff and just do it to stay busy and sane
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« Reply #84 on: July 24, 2022, 07:20:35 PM »

Love this thread. Never posted here but seems this is one I can throw my hat into.

Been making collage for a long while
Started actually posting them on this account
https://www.instagram.com/alonewithlabor/

Picked it up in a psych ward got “sober” and never stopped
Have made some covers for some noise folk but mostly do it while listening to stuff and just do it to stay busy and sane


What is your process to make these?  I really like your focus on texture.
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« Reply #85 on: July 24, 2022, 07:59:30 PM »




- the GAN seems to know more about 'collage' in the sense of 'iphone app to edit your holiday snaps' than 'serious industrial culture photocopy art'


uuh.



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« Reply #86 on: July 25, 2022, 12:37:00 AM »




- the GAN seems to know more about 'collage' in the sense of 'iphone app to edit your holiday snaps' than 'serious industrial culture photocopy art'


uuh.





The "power electronics photocopy collage" has a nice humor to it!
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« Reply #87 on: July 28, 2022, 03:37:29 PM »

Love this thread. Never posted here but seems this is one I can throw my hat into.

Been making collage for a long while
Started actually posting them on this account
https://www.instagram.com/alonewithlabor/

Picked it up in a psych ward got “sober” and never stopped
Have made some covers for some noise folk but mostly do it while listening to stuff and just do it to stay busy and sane



What is your process to make these?  I really like your focus on texture.







Thank you, yeah texture is a large if not main focus on most of these.

Well It’s all physical cut up magazines etc.
At first I just did color ones (you can see those at the beginning of the account)
Then since I work construction and get long boring breaks I got some app to make my own efx chains to make them how I wanted(inspired obviously by xerox tape covers and posters but I tried to make it a little diffrent then just trying to emulate outdated machines)
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« Reply #88 on: July 28, 2022, 05:01:03 PM »

Love this thread. Never posted here but seems this is one I can throw my hat into.

Been making collage for a long while
Started actually posting them on this account
https://www.instagram.com/alonewithlabor/

Picked it up in a psych ward got “sober” and never stopped
Have made some covers for some noise folk but mostly do it while listening to stuff and just do it to stay busy and sane



What is your process to make these?  I really like your focus on texture.







Thank you, yeah texture is a large if not main focus on most of these.

Well It’s all physical cut up magazines etc.
At first I just did color ones (you can see those at the beginning of the account)
Then since I work construction and get long boring breaks I got some app to make my own efx chains to make them how I wanted(inspired obviously by xerox tape covers and posters but I tried to make it a little diffrent then just trying to emulate outdated machines)

Cool.  What efx do you use?
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« Reply #89 on: September 17, 2022, 08:30:14 AM »

Hi, does someone know a book with collage art from the noise scene? It should be with provocative artwork and all that stuff! :-)

I found recently this:

https://whitecentipedenoise.com/products/kate-rissiek-analogue-paper-dreams-book

But maybe it's too feminine for me...

I would be interested in a book-length collection of noise collages as well.


Kate Rissiek "Analogue paper dreams" book is very good. I came already while ago, but still available. Ordered my just like month ago. I like a lot of "noise collages", but have to admit that popularity of the craft, and context of being done for perhaps tape covers and such, probably influences a lot how the collage is done. There are certain parameters where work may be attempted to fit, while collage art could be more.

Of course, some of these "gimmicks" like making collage on mannequin doll, is something you tend to see frequently. But at the same time, it is not THAT frequent as would be bunch of high contrast xeroxes ripped in random slices and glued together. Rissieks book has exactly that, some object collages. Parts of mannequin doll is covered with tasty collages. What is her advantage, is that she has pretty distinctive style. Certain geometric approach that ain't so typical for "noise artists" who often approach collage as chaotically as noise. Rissiek has a lot of very sharp, but nevetheless hand cut square/rectangle shaped in the collages. I don't mean those shapes as corners that there would have been laziness like sometimes you see stuff like Philip Best, who takes two pages together and that's that. Interesting as conceptual piece perhaps, but technically not that special. Rissiek is technically excellent, and compositionally excellent. There is always idea and visual composition plus occasional slightly transgressive element to it. Feminine? Well, I don't know, I'd rather say it has artistic merit in composition, as opposed to just piling up bunch of obscenities as collage?

And not that I would not like obscenities piled up. The huge bizarre uproar rape africa poster hangs in my work, being delight to watch every day..

If someone is hesitating with Kate Rissiek book, I'd say its certainly worth to grab. Also her "philosophy", the ideas of the collage was presented in two page essay on Untitled #1 (canadian noise related zine). That would have been probably great foreword for the book itself too!

https://rusalka.org/shop/
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