by Dan Senn
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for Fixed Stereo
10 minutes
and 15 seconds
Strutt was realised on December 7, 2023 at Gasworks Studio in Holešovice, Prague, Czechia, 80 years after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. It was improvised live with Dan Senn performing a Behringer K2 Synthesizer, a clone of a Korg MS-20 synthesizer, and is for stereo fixed media. This Korg was issued in 1978 and first used by Senn to compose Lilly Lane in his Jefferson Street Studio, Chicago, an early venue for Roulette Intermedium now in Brooklyn, NY.

The above banner is a detail from a chunk of bricks sledged from the side of the composer's home in Watertown, WI in preparation for a studio addition, Senn wheeling the hammer. These bricks were likely put in place in 1850 or, perhaps, thirty years later, and used here, the long hidden backside, because of the strutting man pictured as trapped in mortar for nearly 175 years
He is now released.

This banner was also used for Echofluxx 21.

The playback setup should include two large
speakers with 12" or larger woofers
plus a subwoofer.

Listen to Strutt using headphones.

Dan Senn (Prague-Watertown) is an intermedia artist working in music composition and production, kinetic sound sculpture, experimental and documentary film. He has been a professor of music and art in the United States and Australia and travels internationally as a lecturer, performer and installation artist. He lives in Prague where he directs the Echofluxx festivals, and Watertown, Wisconsin, the USA, with his partner-collaborator, Caroline Senn. Dan's work moves freely between expressive extremes and languages depending upon the aesthetic joust at hand. Dan is cofounder of Roulette Intermedium in New York City, Cascadia Composers of Portland Oregon, and the Echofluxx media festivals in Prague. (read more).