澳洲實驗音樂藝術家 Clinton Green，將缺陷科技視為音樂媒介和他創作的原初點，追求純然自由的即興演出。Green 運用有瑕疵的唱盤及破損的黑膠唱片，強迫媒材進入近乎解體甚至失敗的境界，藉此探尋全新的音樂、聲音成果。
來自澳洲的藝術家、音樂家 Clinton Green，從 1990 年代開始活躍於實驗音樂、噪音藝術場景。除了策劃實驗音樂活動，Green 也從不間斷的研究、收集、出版重要的澳洲實驗音樂作品，同時他自己的藝術創作也總是與聲音息息相關。
If It’s Not Broken...Then Break It – Australian experimental musician and performer, Clinton Green, demonstrates his approach to faulty and redundant technologies as compositional material and takeoff points to free improvisation. Clinton works with defective record players and shattered vinyl records, pushing materials to the point of disintegration and failure to seek new musical and sonic outcomes. Clinton will demonstrate and discuss his approach to music and noise in this workshop, and lead a discussion with participants about the possibilities of incorporating ‘broken music’ into their own work, both on practical and philosophical levels.
(Basic understanding of English required).
Clinton Green is an Australian artist/musician who has worked at the fringes of music and noise since the early 1990s. He makes something akin to music. Focused for many years upon new approaches to the electric guitar as a sound generation tool, his current interest is in prepared turntables as dynamic generators of random sound and percussive patterns, and free collaborative improvisation. He is also an acclaimed historian of Australian experimental music and runs the Shame File Music label/mailorder.http://ClintonGreenMusic.com