Kim Gordon's Ballet Score Gets Vinyl Release

BY Gregory AdamsPublished Jun 18, 2015

The audio portion of Kim Gordon's experimental 2014 collaboration with New York artist Nick Mauss will be given a limited edition vinyl release. Her Music for Inversions: A Live Ballet by Nick Mauss is currently up for pre-order via 303inprint/Open Mouth Records, though a solid due date has yet to be affixed to the release.

The multi-disciplinary performance was premiered last October at London's Frieze Art Fair. Mauss conceptualized the ballet, which was choreographed by Northern Ballet's Kenneth Tindall and performed by five dancers. Gordon was commissioned to contribute new music for the ballet, which she performed in real time. Text was also added to the piece by poet Juliana Huxtable. While Mauss is generally known for his paintings and sculpture work, Music for Inversions his first major performance piece.

The 12-inch documents Gordon's musical accompaniment and is being pressed up in a run of 250 copies. The silk-screened cover art, which you can see up above, was done by Mauss. You can make an email inquiry on pre-orders by contacting

In related news, Gordon recently opened an exhibit titled "Design Office: The City Is a Garden" at New York's 303 Gallery, which runs until July 24. You can find out more info on the show over here.

Earlier this year, Gordon issued her memoirs, Girl in a Band.

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