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There Was One & It Was Two
  • Artist: Ric Royer
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 9780979390104
  • Item #: SRD793901
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 7/17/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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There Was One & It Was Two on CD

A book that you can hear, a CD that you can read. 'There Were One...' uses items borrowed from The Doubles Museum, curated by Canadian artists Jill Millings and Dr. Armand Rudge, to examine the double in it's uncanny manifestations. Learn about Klaus the Two-Person, hear the lonely cries of lovers afraid of loving, feel the mist of the mysterious Gemini Fountain. Includes a booklet and CD designed to be read/listened to simultaneously. Ric Royer is a writer, performer and performer of writing. He tours regularly as a performance lecturer for the Performance Thanatology Research Society, a group dedicated to the advancement of higher histrionics since 1999. He is also a founding editor of Ferrum Wheel, an organizing member of the Transmodern Festival, and a frequent performer with Bufffluxus. John Berndt, born 1967. Continuously develops his non-reductionistic sensibility in relation to thought and experience, interacting in a subversive and culturally straining way with major referencepoints such as philosophy, music, light, economy, and language. Seeks coherent novelty. Grew up as a member of the cultural vanguard of the West and today seeks benevolence without compromise as he attempts to recover from that experience. Becoming, not being.