Christopher Knowles Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age, Bio

Christopher Knowles Net Worth

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1,62m.**This information was provided by Dolly Chillemi, 30 years old. Job: (Woods Boss). From Pendleton, South Carolina.
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Christopher Knowles information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1959-01-01

Profession: Miscellaneous Crew, Production Manager, Visual Effects
Christopher Knowles (born 1959 in New York City) is an American poet and painter. He has received a diagnosis of possible brain damage and is often referred to as autistic. In 1976, his poetry was used by Robert Wilson for the avant-garde minimalist Philip Glass opera, Einstein on the Beach Wilson describes his discovery of the then 13-year-old Knowles in the extended notes to the Tomato Records release of Einstein on the Beach:In early 1973 a man … gave me an audio tape … I was fascinated. The tape was entitled Emily Likes the TV. On it a young mans voice spoke continuously creating repetitions and variations on phrases about Emily watching the TV. I began to realize that the words flowed to a patterned rhythm whose logic was self-supporting. It was a piece coded much like music. Like a cantata or fugue it worked with conjugations of thoughts repeated in variations, Wilson cast the teenager Knowles in a number of his productions, including Einstein on the Beach.In 1978, the American poet John Ashbery wrote in the magazine New York of a volume of Knowless poetry:Christopher has the ability to conceive of his works in minute detail before executing them. There is nothing accidental in the typed designs and word lists, they fill their preordained places as accurately as though they had spilled out of a computer. This pure conceptualism, which others have merely approximated using mechanical aids, is one reason that so many young artists have been drawn to Christophers work.Early in 2013, Knowles presented several of his poems in a reading at Gavin Browns Enterprise in the West Village which had mounted an exhibition of his paintings. The same year, the Museum of Modern Art acquired several of Knowlespaintings, or rather typings or typed designs – pictures created with a typewriter and using colored ink to make patterns from letters and numbers. He starts the pictures with his signature and works his way up and to the left, Knowles said, painting all the reds, then all the blues, and so on, his father, Edward, added. One of his pictures consists only of the words John Simon pollute your anger, inspired by the art critics dismissive treatment of Robert Wilson (Simon had described Wilson as a charlatan and accused him of exploiting Knowles).

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