RNL is a long-running collaborative project for experimental sound, art,
and ideas. Started in the early 1990s, it initially focused on homemade
tape experiments, collage flyers, and performative street actions.
This was hardly thought of as “art” at the timethey were simply weird
and interesting things to do. Little of the work was shared outside of
the handful of group members, some of whom never met each other,
or even realized they had participated.
RNL has continued this model of open collaboration up to the present day.
Conquering King Kong, released on VONCONFLON in 2019, will be
RNL’s first publically available release.
RNL sound and visual archives reach back to the early 1990s. In addition
to the new releases, older works will soon be available for listening
to from VONCONFLON. This material is all previously unreleased. Forthcoming
titles include RNL LIVE 4-19-92, GEORGE III’S LATER YEARS,
and #4: DECISION MAKING. More info and downloads coming soon...
The RNL zine is a current visual and text project, incomplete
for the time being. A periodic multimedia anthology with a variable
philosophy. In each installment, RNL expands its three ciphers into a
new platform for the development of meaning. A temporarily assumed
identity decides the thematic direction for each phase.
Here you will find previews of each issue as they become available.
Ordering details hopefully available soon.