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John Duncan (born 1953) is an artist who has lived and worked in Los Angeles, Tokyo and Amsterdam, currently lives and works in Bologna. His range of work, including performance art, installations, contemporary music, video and film, is considered to be a form of existential research, usually involving the extensive use of recorded sound. His music is composed mainly of recordings from shortwave radio, field recordings and voice.



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