Liquid Frame: The project

“Liquid Frame is a virtual gallery of the sounds and the images that fill our everyday life. The files you’ll find here (mp3s, images) are under a Creative Commons Attribution; we want people to listen to our music and to see our paintings: this will be the best regard to our work…”

…These were the first words of all the previous versions of this site. In 1998 in Italy nobody was talking about copyleft, Creative commons licenses and legal filesharing.
… now many things are different, but the spirit of Liquid Frame Project is the same:
    • No more SIAE: it’s not for artists, not for us
    • Music sharing should be free and legal 
    • Creative Commons are the only licenses we use, accept and respect.

 


 

… some infos

“Liquid Frame comes out from the idea of two musicians with completely different styles: an accurate sound research with the help of samplers and digital systems and the presence of acoustic instruments. You can find something similar in Morcheeba and Massive Attack, but the female voice reminds the magic atmospheres of Sade.”

Liquid FrameAfter the collaboration with “New Age Magazine” and the publication of two songs – Psycho war (1/1999), By the sea (3/1999) – Paolo Folzini and Marco Pieri (the original components of LF project) met an american black singer, Constance Foster (Kay Foster Jackson), in Italy since 1997. Working together Liquid Frame created a style of pure contamination: the dark sound of trip hop mixes with acid jazz and the sweetest vocal melodies.
In this period Liquid Frame also produced documentary soundtracks for italian tour operators.

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… universal access to research and education, full participation in culture

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If you want to give people the right to share, use, and even build upon a work you’ve created, you should consider publishing it under a Creative Commons license. CC gives you flexibility (for example, you can choose to allow only non-commercial uses) and protects the people who use your work, so they don’t have to worry about copyright infringement, as long as they abide by the conditions you have specified.

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Since 2010 Liquid Frame is part of Creative Workshop Project:

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“an international collaborative project involving artists from different expressive experiences and publish their works with Creative Commons licenses or Copyzero or the like. The aim of the project is to disseminate and promote the culture Creative Commons and the cooperation between artists who share the same philosophy. Create moments of encounter between different forms of art in order to realize complex and multimedia freely accessible. So, not only music, but any kind of artistic expression. Because the culture must be free. To projects Creative Workshop partecipate, in addition to the components of the project, guest artists too, who from time to time wish to share one or more projects.an international collaborative project involving artists from different expressive experiences and publish their works with Creative Commons licenses or Copyzero or the like. The aim of the project is to disseminate and promote the culture Creative Commons and the cooperation between artists who share the same philosophy. Create moments of encounter between different forms of art in order to realize complex and multimedia freely accessible. So, not only music, but any kind of artistic expression. Because the culture must be free. To projects Creative Workshop partecipate, in addition to the components of the project, guest artists too, who from time to time wish to share one or more projects.”

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Liquid Frame: The project ultima modifica: 2011-08-04T20:08:39+00:00 da liquidwo_paolo
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