Pre-release starts Today,September 11
(General release at October 30)
The National Art Center,Tokyo B1 SOUVENIR FROM TOKYO (Roppongi,Tokyo)
Mori Art Museum roppongi hills ART&DESIGN STORE (Roppongi,Tokyo)
Hara Museum (Shinagawa,Tokyo)
NTT Inter Communication Center[ICC] (Hatsudai,Tokyo)
Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art (Sakura-shi,Chiba)
Site of Reversible Distiny（Yoro-Tenmei-Hantenchi） (Yoro-cho,Gifu)
The National Museum of Art,Osaka (Osaka-shi,Osaka)
Nagoya City Art Museum (Nagoya-shi,Aichi)
DAIKANYAMA TSUTAYA BOOKS 2, Floor of Art Books (Daikanyama,Tokyo)
Shusaku Arakawa, artist and architect, had shocked the whole world with his surprising works,for example “Yoro-Tenmei-Hantenchi”.
Keiichiro Shibuya composed the sound track for Shusaku Arakawa’s documentary film “Shinanai-Kodimo,Shusaku Arakawa”.
There are 17 songs over 70 minutes and 4 art works of Shusaku Arakawa on the CD cover. It has wide variety of sound from piano solo to new electronic music. As previous work, it become a Keiichiro Shibuya’s solo album with complete songs.
Shusaku Arakawa’s art work”Bonjour Picasso” is adopted for the art work on CD cover. Ryoji Tanaka designed it.
01 Reversible Destiny (Main Theme)
02 In Memory of Helen Keller
03 Architectural Body
04 Requiem for not to die
06 The mechanism of meaning (with Madeline Gins)
07 Reversible Destiny (Rhodes Piano version)
08 Mistake (with Madeline Gins)
09 Another Texture 1
10 Another Texture 2
12 Shadow Boxing
13 Reversible Destiny (Piano Solo version)
14 drill 4
15 Landing Sites
16 Bioscleave House
17 Children who won’t die
Total Time 71’51
All Produced, Composed by Keiichiro Shibuya (ATAK)
Piano, Rhodes, Noise and Computer Programming by Keiichiro Shibuya (ATAK)
Voice by Tr.6, 8 by Madeline Gins Recorded by Takashi Ikegami (Tokyo University)
Recorded for Piano and Rhodes on Tr.1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 17 by Yoshiyuki Kanamori (Oasis sound design inc.)
Mastered by Kimken (kimken studio)
Art works by Shusaku Arakawa “Bonjour Picasso” 1973
Designed by Ryoji Tanaka (ATAK, Semitransparent Design)
Printed by Graph
©Madeline Gins, courtesy of ABRF, Inc.