Author, Musician, Art Historian & Director of the Century Guild Art Gallery
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A self-proclaimed symphonic connoisseur and master of intrigue, Thomas Negovan is also a writer, musician, and art historian who now lives and works in California. He was the frontman of the eclectic rock band Three Years Ghost, and regularly lectures on Art Nouveau and Weimar era Berlin cabaret. He is also the founder of Century Guild, an art gallery specializing in late 19th, early 20th century artwork with styles ranging from Art Noveau to Silent Cinema and Opera. His passion for archaic artistic and musical forms has lead him to do many fascinating experiments on antique musical and recording devices.
The Zero Digial Album – By Popular Demand
In this incredible talk and performance, Thomas Negovan discusses his pilgrimage of recording a music album on an original Edison Phonograph and the process of releasing it to the mainstream without using any digital process. Through his journey, he shares how unearthing obsolete technologies helps us stay true to the past while teaching us how to value our present and build our future.