Cambridge, The Album Project. An intervention/ Soundtrack work for a small Canadian city built entirely from samples sourced from discarded vinyl records found in the town’s many junk shops and thrift stores. Once completed, the score was pressed on vinyl and surreptitiously returned to these same shops to await later discovery. Listen, download here. Read Jon Davies’ Catalogue Essay here.
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Patrick Flanagan (born October 11, 1944) is an American New Age author and inventor. Flanagan has written books focused on Egyptian sacred geometry and Pyramidology. He holds several patents as an inventor. He is also known for developing a method of drawing the geometrically complicated Sri Yantra. During the 1970s, Flanagan was a proponent of pyramid power. He wrote several books and promoted it with lectures and seminars
Christopher Flanagan is an American News Anchor currently working for WFXT in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University. Starting his career as a weekend Sports Analyst from 1992-2004, Flanagan then took over the Main Anchor position at WOI-DT in Des Moines, Iowa, a position he held for four years while being nominated for several Emmy's.
Barry Flanagan donated two sculptures to Jesus College, The Cricketer in 1989, and San Marco Horse in 2009 shortly before his death. It was in fact the Horse that arrived first, in 1988, for the very first occasion of Sculpture in the Close. It has remained in the same position, in First Court, ever since, and has acquired iconic status as well as the affection of several generations of students.
View Badges! Watch Send a Note Give. Hi! My name is Chris. I'm married to a sexy mama, (~VegasVal22), and I live in Las Vegas NV. I've been in the ARMY for five years which is where I got into photography professionally. If you have any tips, tricks, ideas, or just want to give me your, feel free to send them my way! Have fun & be safe.
Cambridge Album joins the work of other photographers also invested in the capacity of the everyday and of portraiture to be politically and poetically potent, such as Abelardo Morell, Nan Goldin, Shelburne Thurber, and LaToya Ruby Frazier. Gift of Rodney and Nancy Gould.
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