Info Unltd with Marina Rosenfeld & Reece Cox
4 November 2019
Marina is a composer in the most contemporary and idiosyncratic of fashions. While sound and recorded media would seem to be the central subject occupying her practice, she is constantly expanding her orbit by resisting and defying the delineations of what is called art, what is called sound, and what is called music. She does this not to prove a point – or rather to reach an end – about genre or classification. I was surprised to learn throughout our discussion that she does not find the distinctions relevant in pursuing her work. Marina’s pieces are complex and expansive, often incorporating one or many collaborators and formats. She has presented work at the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, Secession, Documenta, and many more. Her most recent record was made in collaboration with Ben Vida and released on iDEAL Recordings. Special thanks to the curatorial team at Haus der Kulturen der Welt for initiating this interview.