16 GB USB drive in black brushed aluminum card, website address laser-etched.
Produced by Nayantara Battacharya Reed for Autumnbrae Intermedia.
Released in a limited edition of 90.
Special Edition set in fired black ceramic box with wooden lid handcrafted by Mattia Bonafè, released in a limited edition of 10.
OUT, Intransitive Verbs, PRAYER, PHANTOM, Zbigniew Karkowsky Interview, MAZE, The ERROR, The GARDEN, RAGE ROOM, The GLISTENING, WINTER POLAR CIRCLE, ANOTHER USELESS PRAYER, DOWNHILL, HOPE GONE LOVE GONE, ROOT, CAGED, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF TORTURE, MY MALE HEART, TERRA AMARA
KLAAR, RIVER IN FLAMES, INCOMING, The CRACKLING, CRUCIBLE, Mort Aux Vaches – SEEK, PALACE of MIND, TAP INTERNAL, INFRASOUND-TIDAL, PHANTOM BROADCAST, The NAZCA TRANSMISSIONS
AGAINST ALL EVENS Catalogue collages (full layouts)
JOHN DUNCAN MONOGRAPH (full layouts)
John Duncan’s “Black Card” is comparable to LAFMS BOX BOX. — Dr. Takuya Sakaguchi
Black Card is an epic monograph in digital form. Highly recommended. — Tom Recchion
One doesn’t ‘own’ a work by John Duncan. Let alone a wealth of works as presented here. Duncan ‘owns’ you. He takes over. Taking the reigns. Flooding, filling, focusing. His voices transports. Experiments present alternative realities – ways of hearing beyond. His vision transcends – images from vantage points of yonder, deep across the streams of the inner core. Fixed time frames, brackets, ages, eras are over and done with. Duncan has you by the ropes. You see. You hear. You read. This card invites you into the labyrinth structure of opened up bare essential lay-outs. A trickle of bloody livelihood slowly making its way down – earthbound, anchored. Gently beckoning, packing the knock out punch, You might have thought to only feel the end of your tethers – think again. Duncan’s Black Card takes you from the start all the way up and past the terminus. A big black gaping hollow filled to the brim. Tethers, warts and all. — Sven Schlijper-Karssenberg
I waited a few months so I could have one or two days to explore all of the music and videos and everything on this card all at once, but then once I started to do it the videos were so strong and intense that I could only watch like one or two of them a day. It is really heavy, really powerful. It is so amazing to me that all of this work can fit in such a small vessel. — Bryan Lewis Saunders