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Demons - Naropa To Spiral Jetty FLAC
Naropa To Spiral Jetty
AA Records
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1061 mb
MP3 size:
1371 mb
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2153 mb


1Naropa To Spiral Jetty


Recorded live 11/10/07 at Naropa University and 11/12/07 at Spiral Jetty.

Bonus Track:
Demons La Echo
Recorded live 11/17/07 at The Echo

Music by Nate Young and Steve Kenney
Video by Alivia Zivich


Excerpt from Demons Naropa to Spiral Jetty DVD. Recorded Live 111007 at Naropa University and 111207 at Spiral Jetty. Available on AA Jetty is an earthwork sculpture constructed in April 1970 that is considered to be the most important work of American sculptor Robert Smithson. Smithson documented the construction of the sculpture in a 32-minute color film also titled Spiral Jetty. Built on the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake near Rozel Point in Utah entirely of mud, salt crystals, and basalt rocks, Spiral Jetty forms a 1,500-foot-long 460 m, 15-foot-wide 4. 6 m counterclockwise coil jutting from the shore of the. Spiral Jetty Club. Music about spirituality, love, consumerism, women and space. Her LP Spiral Jetty Club Women at the Window amazing. Love Drilled in as women we can all connect to this. Let me know what your favorite is. Original, real, wonderful music, actual music, I know . Naropa To Spiral Jetty DVDr, NTSC. AA Records. Filter Discography By. Albums All. Made of black basalt rocks and earth gathered from the site, Spiral Jetty is a 15-foot-wide coil that stretches more than 1,500 feet into the lake. Undoubtedly the most famous large-scale earthwork of the period, it has come to epitomize Land art. Read the series here. Plan your visit to Spiral Jetty. Download the self guide for history, directions, and travel tips. Drought and rain govern how this work of art is seen. See learning resources here. Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1500 if unwound x 15 foot spiral of basalt, sand, and soil Holt-Smithson Foundation Speakers: Dr. Steven Zucker and Dr. Beth Harris. Please leave Spiral Jetty and the natural environment exactly as you found it. Visitors must leave no trace at the site. Do not take existing rocks from the artwork or trample vegetation. Making fire pits near the artwork or on the parking lot is strictly prohibited and will result in significant fines. Carry out any waste with you. For general inquiries related to Spiral Jetty, contact spiraljetty. Art: Spiral Jetty, 1970. Robert Smithsons Spiral Jetty, located at Rozel Point on the northeastern shore of Great Salt Lake in Utah, is one of the most remarkable exampl. Robert Smithsons Spiral Jetty in 1970 put the modern Earth-art movement in high relief. He left his mark with a massive earthwork sculpture on the northeast edge of the Great Salt Lake. Its 15 feet wide and coils for 1,500 feet near the lake edge. Like much Earth art, Spiral Jetty is a tribute to the daring and imagination of the artist who goes from concept to actual product-the fact that it is done at all is often what constitutes its significance. The jetty is surely a quaint monument to simple engineering, and a solid bit of environmental process art with a hefty dash of cool public relations. But the impulse to rescue and preserve it defines it as fine art like nothing else