»Studio Workout«, 2011 (day 4 of a 28 day mixtape) by Devin Kenny. Every day in the month of February 2011, the artist will release a new track exploring topics such as: swag, Contemporary Art, professional practice, postmodernism, altermodernity, self-aggrandizement, serving The Community, The Griot, The Secret and many others. Additional link.


“Coro Spezzato: The Future lasts one day”, 2009 by Rosa Barba.

Just a Christian girl living in Istanbul,
Leaving behind her entire life.
In the real time world no one sees her at all,
They all think she’s fakin’.

Takin’ the silver and leavin’ the rest,
Set to flee into the night.
She has danced into the danger zone,
Where minority’s never right.

She can picture the future,
When Armenians take the stage,
Like Agassi, Aznavour, and Cher.

She’s Armenian, Armenian on the run,
And she’s fleeing but the flight has just begun.
She’s Armenian, Armenian on the run,
And she’ll fight ‘til the Hayastantsi are one…

»She’s Armenian« adapted from »She’s a maniac« by Michael Sembello from the »Hymns of No Resistance (Part II)«, 2009 performance by Slavs and Tatars.

»Anthem for bass-baritone or tenor solo«, 2003 intermingles and transposes various lyrics and melodic fragments from several patriotic songs: The Star Spangled Banner, My Country ‘Tis of Thee, Battle Hymn of the Republic, America the Beautiful, and The Marines Hymn. By Christopher DeLaurenti.


»Songs Translated To Buildings« (2008) by Oliver Laric.


»Oh Yeah I Love You Baby« (2007) is an album by Marisa Olson based on the most significant lyrics in pop music history.

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For the exhibition Rohkunstbau, Candice Breitz has created an installation of ten mirrors inscribed with well known quotes from song lyrics dealing with love and suffering.


»Olympic Snow«,


»Now Is More Than Ever« and


»Vocal Trance Lyrics« by Damon Zucconi.