Linda O'Keeffe & Slavek Kwi Collaboration 2009-2012 NEW!!!
Limited Edition miniCD 100 copies
This mini-album came about as a result of a discussion between Slavek Kwi and Linda O Keeffe on the nature of sound collaborations,
in 2008. This resulted in one piece in two parts, 'Phasing In and Out of Voices and Days' – finalised by Linda and 'Peeling Off Morfic
Resonances, Patterns of Gestures and Articulations, Misleading Boundaries of Mimetism' – finalised and shortened by Slavek.
Metamorphosis and Praxis | Linda O' Keeffe
First Edition of 500 copies.
A new 3 track audio CD written and produced by sound artist Linda O'Keeffe. Presented as a folded A5 size card printed
on heavy uncoated paper stock and featuring the essay 'Resonant Ecologies... towards listening' by Jessica Foley and notes
on the pieces by Linda O'Keeffe.
Available now for € 9.00 farpoint recordings
just listening ::: ireland calling ::::::
First Edition of 500 copies.
The National Sculpture Factory in association with Farpoint Recordings
present a CD of live audio recordings, recorded at LSAD, Church Gallery,
Limerick, during the 'just listen' showcase event during April 2011.
With sleeve notes by Bernard Clarke, Nova, RTE Lyric FM.
Presented as a folded A5 size card printed on uncoated paper stock.
Available now for € 7.00 farpoint recordings
Bend it like Beckett | 100-Track
Full length Audio CD
Those who are familiar with the work of Samuel Beckett will know of the importance of sound in his work. Beckett had a great understanding
of sound and a profound knowledge of the practice of listening. To mark the centenary of Beckett's birth, Danny McCarthy
has curated this cd: 100 works, 80 artists, 20 countries... farpoint recordings
Deep Wireless 2 - Double CD
A celebration of Radio Art
Produced by New Adventures in Sound Art, Artistic Director: Darren Copeland
Now in its fourth year, New Adventures in Sound Art has once again hosted a commissioning / residency opportunity
as part of Deep Wireless, co-produced with CBC Radio's "Out Front" and Charles Street Video.
Deep Wireless 2 released April 15th, 2005 'Tuning In (Section 1)' 9'.02" by Linda O'Keeffe on CD 1
May 1-31, 2005 The Drake Hotel, Toronto, Canada deep wireless
Interviews & Reviews
Linda O'Keeffe: The arts community in Dublin, compositions and performances, group collaborations
by Dan Godston "Linda O'Keeffe is a Kildare, Ireland-based artist whose work includes videos, installations, and graphic scores.
she also teaches Documentary Studies at the National University of Ireland. Recently I spoke with O'Keeffe about
her influences, the arts community in Dublin, and her ongoing projects."
The Chicago Examiner July 5th 2010 read the full article...
Encounters with Contemporary Women Composers
by Theresa Sauer
The World of Linda O'Keefe: Color, Concept, and Composition...
"In 2008, Linda, a Dublin born composer, was in Chicago experimenting with building her own instruments, including small synthesizers.
She started to compose music for these new instruments. In the past, her works were primarily based on manipulated recorded sounds and
vocal performances. She had worked with instrumentalists whose backgrounds were in jazz and the idea of composing in the "traditional"
sense was never part of her training."
iawmblog on July 1, 2010 read the full article...
Capturing the Energy of a Dynamic Element
by Christine Madden "Sound design by Linda O'Keeffe combines the music of Rory Pierce and David Yoken into what she terms "sound sculptures".
Odd to think of fluid music as something with rigid mass and form for this piece in particular, but the overall effect worked
something like a fountaine, an intangible play of sound. "There's a sense of water in all the music" says Yurick (choreographer) "
The Irish Times Nov.8th 2005
Exploring the Art of Sound
by Gillian Tsoi "The idea that cyberspace has given rise to the formation of new subcultures and the creation of alternative modes of communication
is explored by local sound artist Linda O'Keeffe in her project 'Netizen', which will be featured in China's largest gallery this April."
The Echo Mar.10th 2005