A Handful of Elements Z’EV

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Z’EV is one of a handful of visual performance and music artists from the 1970’s who experimented with noise and sound, using found objects such as metal and PVC, or traditional instruments played in nontraditional or extremely modified ways. These performance artists, who drew their inspiration from poets, authors, painters and musical artists, desired for their music to become an awakening for listeners, encouraging them to begin to think for themselves and question the world around them. This music was entirely different than anything anyone had heard before. Many of these artists, including Z’EV, didn’t consider their performances to be solos, but rather a unique visual performance or interaction between themselves, the audience, the instruments, the location of the performance, the time of the performance and the physical space that encompassed the performance area…..

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A Handful of Elements Z’EV

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