Man’s Traces in Nature

Radio broadcast composed by curator Daniel Muzyczuk that accompanies the group exhibition “Man’s Traces in Nature”

“Catalogue of Birds”

Words and music by:

Glendora from Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Emile Mosseri, I Could Be Your Dog / I Could Be Your Moon, 2022, Ghostly International
Pit Piccinelli, Fred Gales, Walter Maioli, Amazonia 6891, 2016, Black Sweat Records
Alejo Carpentier, The Lost Steps, 1967, Random House
Alvin Lucier, Bird And Person Dyning, 1976, Cramps Records
Tiziano Popoli, Sull’Accordo Mimetico, 80s, 2022, Soave
Charles Kellogg, How Birds Sing from Ecstatic & Wingless: Bird-Imitation on Four Continents,
ca. 1910-44, 2015, Canary Records
Canto 75 from The Cantos by Ezra Pound, 1996, New Directions
Clément Janequin – Le chant des oyseaulx
Stan Brakhage, Test of Time, 1982
Marianne Moore reads Bird-Witted
Eliot Weinberger, The Ghosts of Birds, 2016, New Directions

Land of Our Fathers from Robbie Basho, Bouquet, 1983, Basho Productions

and various anonymous birds


Daniel Muzyczuk is Head of the Modern Art Department at Museum Sztuki in Lodz. Curator of the exhibitions “Gone to Croatan” (with Robert Rumas), “The Melancholy of Resistance” (with Agnieszka Pindera), “Views 2011”, “Sounding the Body Electric: Experiments in Art and Music in Eastern Europe 1957 – 1984” (with David Crowley), “Notes from the Undeground: Art and Alternative Music in Eastern Europe 1968-1994” (with David Crowley), “The Museum of Rhythm” (with Natasha Ginwala), “Through The Soundproof Curtain: The Polish Radio Experimental” (with Michał Mendyk), “Work, work, work (work). Céline Condorelli and Wendelien van Oldenborgh” (with Joanna Sokołowska), among others. Co-curator of the Polish Pavilion of the 55th Venice Biennale (with Agnieszka Pindera). He is the winner (together with Agnieszka Pindera) of the Igor Zabel Competition in 2011. Member of Grupa Budapeszt. His upcoming book is entitled “Twilight of the Magicians” (2022, Spector Books).