The Longest Whistlegraph Ever (so far) is a whistlegraph commissioned by Rhizome in 2021 that debuted at the
on May 14, 2022. This video of a subsequent performance, recorded in the space where the piece was composed, is
displayed here alongside materials from our composition process, including manuscripts, recordings, and a full
The video is also available on YouTube & Spotify.
↸ Browse our notebook pages and explore our score-making on the same blackboard that's in our film! We also used digital tools.
The original film, additional media and process materials for
The Longest Whistlegraph Ever (so far) have been token-gated on
IPFS and minted for
This work is also being accessioned into Rhizome's ArtBase.
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Camille Klein, Alex Freundlich,
and Jeffrey Scudder draw, sing, and make videos together as Whistlegraph. The
group was formed during the pandemic in 2020 in a cabin in Ashland, Oregon, which remains their creative base. Over
the past few years, they have honed a distinctive style and practice that speaks to embodied cognition, art
education, and experimental composition for live performance.
The group recently had their first exhibition, Ten Whistlegraphs, in May 2022 with Feral File, and regularly shares new work on their TikTok account, @whistlegraph, with over 2.3 million followers.