Printed Matter | 195 Tenth Avenue
Visual artist Kristin Oppenheim launches her new vinyl LP White Rabbit, published by Textual Records. The music and vocals were recorded in 2015 at The Garden, Brooklyn. The work was recorded to accompany a theatrical light and sound installation by the artist at London’s greengrassi. The record is published in an edition of 350, 12" LP, with gatefold with poster insert.
Credits include: bass and guitar by Tony Fennell, drums and percussions by Drew Vogelman, vocals by Erin Carden and Kristin Oppenheim. Cover art by Don Maclean and Kristin Oppenheim, design by Francesca Grassi.
Kristin Oppenheim was born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1959. Her work has most recently been shown at greengrassi, London, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Oppenheim lives and works in New York and is represented by 303 Gallery, New York.
Textual Records is a record label dedicated to the distribution of sound, music, and text by contemporary artists. As a form of publication, the label focuses on the simultaneity of inscription – the textual, sonic, and musical markings created within the context of art. Limited editions are produced in LP, CD, or cassette form in collaboration with the artists and other entities.