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David Cunningham (musician)

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David Cunningham born 1954 in Ireland is a musician and producer who lives and works in London Initially inspired by conceptual art and the structural materialist ideas that dominated British artists’ filmmaking during his formative years, but also fascinated by the immersive power of pop music and the recording studio, he has developed an extensive and eclectic body of work that subverts perceived boundaries

Contents

  • 1 Career
  • 2 Fine art works: Installation
  • 3 Discography
    • 31 Albums:As The Flying Lizards
    • 32 Solo Albums
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Link
  • 6 References

Career

David Cunningham's first solo album release was Grey Scale in 1976 Since then his work as producer, musician and composer has ranged across many genres of music and includes work for television, film, contemporary dance, and significant collaborations with visual artists and filmmakers His initial significant commercial success came with The Flying Lizards' record "Money", an international hit in 1979

He has worked as a composer and record producer; engaging with a range of people and music, from rock groups This Heat, Martin Creed to improvised music David Toop, and Steve Beresford, to Michael Nyman's music for Peter Greenaway's films, plus work with Ute Lemper and others In the 1980s he contributed to two film soundtrack albums Zina and Terminus followed by three albums in the 1990s, Voiceworks, Water and extnight

David Cunningham studied at Maidstone College of Art, one of the first students to join David Hall's pioneering Time-Based course within the Fine Art department His degree exhibition consisted entirely of work in sound, a happy way to graduate from a visual arts college Cunningham's involvement in art education has continued over subsequent years, lecturing in many Fine Art departments and holding the positions of Research Fellow at both University of Newcastle and London College of Communication and Visiting Professor at the Royal College of Art

Live performance has involved collaboration and performances with John Cage, Kathy Acker, Michael Nyman, Peter Gordon, Pan Sonic, Michael Giles, Scanner and others

Music for contemporary dance has included 'Canta' for Ian Spink Group/Second Stride, 'Freedom of Information' for Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, 'Kioku no Gekijyo' for Goro Namerikawa, and 'Charlotte Kello Viisi Aamulla' for choreographer Tiina Huczkowski

Music for film and television has included Ken McMullen's films Zina 1985, OXI: An Act of Resistance 2014 and in collaboration with Michael Giles and Jamie Muir Ghost Dance 1983, and a series of television collaborations with visual artists which has included John Latham, David Hall, Stephen Partridge, Bruce McLean

More recently he has produced Joanne Robertson's The Lighter 2008, released One Hundred Staubgold 2009, a collaboration with saxophonist Yasuaki Shimizu and curated 'A lot of pianos', a performance of seven new compositions for up to 20 pianos

Fine art works: Installation

Since 1993 he has created a continuing series of installation works which explore the real time experience of the acoustic qualities of a space 'The Listening Room', Biennale of Sydney 1998 was followed by two installation works in "Days Like These", The Tate Triennial of Contemporary British Art, Tate Britain 2003 and subsequent installations at ICC Tokyo, Ikon Birmingham and Camden Arts Centre London

Discography

Albums:As The Flying Lizards

  • The Flying Lizards Virgin Records, 1980 UK No 60, US No 99
  • Fourth Wall Virgin Records 1981
  • Top Ten Statik, 1984
  • The Secret Dub Life of the Flying Lizards Piano Records, 1996 vinyl re-release, Staubgold, 2010
  • The Flying Lizards & Fourth Wall re-release, RPM Records, 2010

Solo Albums

  • Grey Scale piano 001, 1976
  • Zina - film soundtrack Filmtrax MOMENT 103,1986
  • Terminus - film soundtrack Carrere – 66416, 1987
  • Voiceworks eva WWCX 2041, 1992, re-released as piano 505
  • Water MTM, 1992
  • extnight piano 507, 1997
  • Novembre Editions Circuit, 2008

See also

  • New wave
  • Fine art

Link

  • David Cunningham CV
  • Complete discography
  • David Cunningham website
  • Work archived on University of the Arts London research website

References

  1. ^ Grove Dictionary of Music
  2. ^ 'Listening and the Listening Room', Transcript Vol 2 No 2, University of Dundee 1996
  3. ^ http://wwwstalknet/piano/adiscdchtm
  4. ^ A L Rees 'This is a Sentence CD-ROM - Stephen Partridge and David Cunningham' http://wwwstalknet/piano/511ALRhtm
  5. ^ "Airfield About" Airfieldartsorguk Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  6. ^ "Goro Namerikawa" Databnffr Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  7. ^ "Sceneweb" scenewebno Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  8. ^ "a lot of pianos" wwwstalknet Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  9. ^ "History - Biennale of Sydney" Biennale of Sydney Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  10. ^ http://wwwstalknet/piano/ainstallhtm
  11. ^ Strong, Martin C 2003 "Flying Lizards", in The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0

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