Gerry Joe Weise

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Gerry Joe Weise
Born (1959-04-23) 23 April 1959 (age 60)
Sydney, Australia
OriginSydney, NSW
GenresBlues, blues rock, jazz, 21st-century classical music
Occupation(s)Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, visual arts, land and environmental art, performance art
InstrumentsGuitar, singing, slide guitar, violin
Years active1976-present
LabelsBlues Breaking Records, ABM Records, Bluesy Mind
Associated actsJuma Sultan, Noel Redding, Jean-Marie Le Sidaner
Websitehttp://www.gerryjoeweise.com

Gerry Joe Weise, born on 23 April 1959 in Sydney Australia, is an Australian musician and visual artist. Who is a guitarist, singer-songwriter that has performed and released music albums, and exhibited artworks in Australia, Europe and the United States. Weise is part of the Australian art and site-specific art movements, known for his installations in land art and environmental art.[1][2][3]

1977 was the year when Gerry Joe Weise as a teenager, started to become established as a lead guitarist for bands in the Sydney agglomeration. He was supporting groups such as The Angels at music venues, in particular the Bondi Lifesaver, which was known as a staple of the Sydney music scene.[4][5] Weise departed Australia in 1980 before he turned twenty one years old, to reside in Germany. During 1982 he had his first important art exhibition and became an artist represented by the gallery, at the Schlosspavillon Ismaning (a.k.a. Schlosspavillon Gallery) in Munich. 1982 also attributes the commencement of Weise's dual professional art and music career, that would accompany him through the decades with art exhibitions and concert tours. In addition Weise has won first place for national awards, in both the visual arts and music.[6]

Music career[edit]

An expressive guitarist, Gerry Joe Weise is fluent in jazz, blues and contemporary classical music genres.

"Without doubt an excellent guitarist with technical skills, both rapid and precise", is the way Soul Bag magazine's Publication Director, Jacques Périn, described Weise's guitar playing. Périn reviewed Weise's first official album release Live in Paris, and specified that Weise is a tried and true, musician and composer. Indicating that the album arrangements are progressive music, expanding the stylistic boundaries associated with the blues. Hence the reason why Weise subtitled the original album release, Cosmic Blues at Le Cadran. Weise recorded the album live in concert, at the Cadran-Omnibus in Colombes, Paris, on 6 May 1994. The same venue where the Jimi Hendrix Experience had performed on 4 March 1967, or other notable bands from the 1960s, like The Who.[7][8][9]

Weise's early 1990s innovation for playing slide guitar, is the "double slide" technique. Which consists of two metal tube slides on the left hand, with one on the index finger, and the other on the little finger. By using the little finger slide in normal position on a guitar's neck, then switching to the index finger slide draped over the guitar's neck, this creates two distinct different slide sounds. The result during a guitar solo, is a question and response occurring repeatedly, as if there were two different alternating guitarists. Weise uses the "double slide" technique on two of his compositions, "Dreamtime Shuffle" and "Slidewater Cajun".[10][11][12][13]

Weise has released several solo albums on the Blues Breaking Records label. Axis Volume 1 French Tour (2019).[14] Live and Lost in the Netherlands (2018).[15] Laon Blues Festival (2017).[16] Blues Gone Wild (2016).[17] Stormy Sydney 20th Anniversary (2014).[18] Live and Proud (2012).[19] Live Blues World Tour (2011).[20] Blues Down Under (2009).[21] Sydney Paris Blues (2005).[22][23] Bushman Boogie Deluxe (1999).[24] Live in Paris (1994).[25] Also on Blues Breaking Records, Weise has released official singles. Manic Depression (Jimi Tribe) (2018), a homage to Jimi Hendrix.[26] Blue Concerto for Orchestra (Slide Guitar and Violin) (2016), a 21st-century classical music composition.[27] Blues for Gary Moore (2011).[28] On ABM Records he released, A Letter to Jimi (1995), Weise's official Jimi Hendrix tribute album.[29][30] With Bluesy Mind a subgroup of Musea, he released Bushman Boogie (1998).[31]

In 2016 the Australian Blues Rock Magazine had written about the track "Inside-Looking Out", from the Blues Gone Wild album, "the Eric Burdon song performed by Weise's soulful vocals and exciting adventurous guitar playing, intertwining with Juma Sultan's congas and percussion; they twine the threads of blues for our future!".[32]

Early period[edit]

Gerry Joe Weise's guitar style is fused with blues rock and jazz. He has performed at numerous blues and jazz festivals. 1992 9th Chicago Blues Festival (European Tour after Chicago) in Saint-Dizier, France, supporting the Chicago Blues Festival Band with the members Jerry McCain and Gary B.B. Colman.[33] 1993 12th Musiques de Jazz et d'Ailleurs in Amiens, France, supporting Buddy Guy.[34] 1996 30th Commemoration of the first Jimi Hendrix Experience Concert, with guest Noel Redding.[35][36][37] 1999 1st Nuit du Blues, Vic-sur-Cere, France, supporting the Acoustic Blues Summit Trio consisting of Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Joe Louis Walker and Billy Branch.[38] 1999 7th Jazz and Blues Festival Leognan, France, supporting Deborah Coleman.[39]

Later period[edit]

During the later period of Gerry Joe Weise's music career, he was often the headliner or co-headliner for numerous festivals. 2008 5th Santa Maria Blues Festival, Azores.[40][41] 2009 7th Grosses Guitares Festival, Vaugneray, France.[42] 2010 9th Blues en VO Festival in Paris, France, supporting Joe Louis Walker.[43] 2012 4th Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States, a benefit concert for the Sinnissippi Centers.[44] 2012 5th Presqu'ile Blues Festival, Ambialet, France.[45] 2013 10th Hookrock Roots and Blues Festival, Diepenbeek, Belgium.[46] 2013 4th Unhate Festival in Paris, France, with band member Juma Sultan.[47] 2014 6th Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States, with band member Juma Sultan.[48][49][50] 2014 13th Blues on Broadbeach Festival, Australia.[51] 2017 6th and 2018 7th Mitchell Creek Rock 'N' Blues Fest, Australia.[52][53][54][55] 2018 52nd Goodna Jacaranda Festival, Brisbane, Australia.[56]

Art career[edit]

Albert L. Sandberg has said that "Weise is a very fine draftsman".[57] Where drawing has played a primordial effect on all of the artworks since the very beginning. Demonstrated by the small hyper-realistic pencil sketches, to the large indoor Ground Paintings made of pigment powder lines poured across a round circle of earth, to the monumental outdoor Black Charcoal Lines traced with carbon. Gerry Joe Weise explained to Ludovic Gibsson in an interview, that his art is all about "the line", and even more precisely, "how to draw a line in nature". Weise added that while land art is often connected to sculpture, he deems that a drawing composition set into the environment, is by far more important for his work.[58]

Early work[edit]

The first official important group show for Gerry Joe Weise, took place at the Schlosspavillon Ismaning (a.k.a Galerie im Schlosspavillon) in Munich. He exhibited pencil drawings in a style of Hyperrealism combined with Neo-expressionism, from 1982 to 1984, as part of the group of resident gallery artists.[59][60]

In September and October of 1987, the Transmythic Earth retrospective with over two hundred artworks, took place in France at five exhibitions simultaneously. The Embassy of Australia in Paris, and four other exhibitions in Reims: Centre Culturel du CROUS, Espace AGF, Restaurant Version Originale, and the Cafė du Palais. The retrospective exhibited paintings and sculptures, that were created between 1980 to 1987. Several installations at the Centre Culturel du CROUS, announced Weise's new preoccupations with Land art, especially the earthwork Ground Painting. Which consisted of pure color pigment lines forming symbols, spread across a circle of dark earth, approximately 195 inches wide (500 cm) and set upon a platform stage. An expensive color catalog funded by the state, accompanied the Transmythic Earth retrospective exhibitions; the full catalog has been reprinted in the book Environmental Art of Gerry Joe Weise.[61][62][63][64][65][66][67]

Documented as Weise's first outdoors site-specific art, were the September 1989 installations in Greece on three islands. The Cyclades Land artworks of the Aegean Sea, were inspired by the Cyclades archipelago and their unique mythologies. Le Chant des Roches (The Rocks are Chanting), used Earth art materials on Tinos and was influenced by the Greek legend of the War of Giants; an earthwork with large stones, rocks and gravel, exhibited at the Tinos Sculpture Park with a group of island artists.[68] Crown of Thorns, signified Environmental art on Andros, with a circular thorny bush installation inspired by religion of the Mediterranean Sea, and installed as an ephemeral artwork on an uncultivated coastline.[69] Sans Titre (Untitled), was a Land art site on Mykonos using powder pigments from the island, which were mixed then painted as abstract designs of the Minotaur and the Labyrinth on a wall mural, that integrated with the surrounding Mykonian landscape.[70][71]

From February to April 1990, a major one-man show by Weise, titled The Sacred - Looking Up, was exhibited at the Musée Rimbaud (Arthur Rimbaud Museum) in Charleville-Mėzières. The exhibition consisted of paintings and installations, with another Ground Painting of pure colored pigments on a circle of dark earth, approximately 160 inches wide (400 cm), which was spread across the museum's 17th century oak floor. Weise's 1989 Cyclades Land artworks on the islands of Tinos, Andros and Mykonos, were documented with photographs in the The Sacred - Looking Up catalog funded by the Arthur Rimbaud Museum, and fully reprinted in the book Environmental Art of Gerry Joe Weise.[72][73][74][75][76]

Later work[edit]

Many of Gerry Joe Weise's large installations consist of powder pigments on earth, either executed indoors on the floor of exhibition spaces, or outdoors at wide open landscapes. During the Earth Spirit (L'Esprit de la terre) exhibition of 2002, at the Cultural Center Les Salvages in Castres, a new dimension was added. Weise's prior procedure of working alone on a Ground Painting before an exhibition, had changed to creating the installation in front of the visitors for the show opening. The Gerry Joe Weise Trio played a soundscape rhythm, while the audience in proximity watched Weise perform the Ground Painting, by sprinkling pigments across a dark earth circle, approximately 195 inches wide (500 cm). When the last symbol was created, Weise went back to his trio, strapped on his guitar, and finished the soundscape composition.[77][78]

Weise often uses psychogeography, for the effect that geographical locations have on our emotions with site-specific installations. These psycho-geographical installations were photographed at dawn or when there was a special type of sunlight, and later were transformed into transparencies. Land Art Multimedia Project (LAMP) exhibitions, consist of large-scale photographic transparencies 83 inches high (210 cm) of various widths, and exhibited on towering lightboxes. Each fitted with a translucent white surface and internal incandescent light source, creating qualities of a marked all-over luminosity, where no external ceiling lighting was needed during the exhibitions. The spectator at the exhibition, perceives the emphasis on a particular clarity of light emanating from each artwork, which in turn invites a personal emotional reaction. Land Art Multimedia Project exhibitions took place at the Warehouse 80 in Sydney during 30 May to 12 June 2016, and 20 May to 4 June 2017. In New York City at the Kingston Gallery, LAMP was part of the World Nature group exhibition, from 1 to 28 February 2017.[79]

The 2018 monumental earthwork titled Black Charcoal Line, used environment-friendly pure carbon pigment, and traced a black line approximately 990 yards (905 m) long, by approximately 12 inches (30 cm) wide, along the coastal landscape of Crescent Head, Australia. The Site-specific artwork started at the top near the Crescent Head Lookout, then descended down the slopes to the beach.[80] Chloe Mae Anders described Black Charcoal Line as being "traced along the grass or earth, always slightly crooked, curbed, never a straight line, but only a suggestion of being straight". Anders further stated that Weise's line installations are on the monumental scale so as to be equivalent with the magnitude of the surrounding landscape.[81]

As a Land artist Gerry Joe Weise has been published in the following books: Environmental Art of Gerry Joe Weise (2019) a paperback book. Earth Art (2017) a paperback book and an ebook. Land Art (2018) an ebook.[82][83][84][85] Ludovic Gibsson wrote the introduction for Earth Art, “This book is a celebration of the 70 exhibitions Weise has produced from 1982 to 2017, spanning 35 years in the international art world. It is a gateway to the understanding of the more difficult avenues of his art, through his own thoughts, analysis and influences. A witness to his style of Earth art, which encompasses elements of Land art, Installation art, Environmental art, Ephemeral art and In Situ. The several layers of meaning that often bewildered critics, who were unable to fathom his application of the Alter-modern, his diaspora, while using physics and philosophy."[86]

Performance art[edit]

Gerry Joe Weise had met the French writer Jean-Marie Le Sidaner during their collaboration for the Transmythic Earth retrospective catalog in 1987. Both Weise and Le Sidaner lived in Reims at the time. They formed an avant-garde performance art group, that played at art galleries, museums, and cafes. Weise’s soundscapes performed on electric guitar with various sound effects and electronic devices, were original compositions influenced by Steve Reich's Minimal music, and the 21st-century classical music of Karlheinz Stockhausen. The soundscapes laid the foundation for essays, poetry, and vocal sounds, that were recited with a theatrical performance.[87]

19 September 1987, Gerry Joe Weise and Jean-Marie Le Sidaner formed their first performance art duo. They performed at the show opening for the Transmythic Earth retrospective, at the Centre Culturel du CROUS in Reims.[88][89]

5 December 1987, Trio Rituel Commun. Weise and Le Sidaner teamed up with Australian artist Jon Cockburn, who took over the theatrical performance. They played during the show opening for the Common Ritual / Rituel Commun exhibition at the Galerie La Lisière in Reims. Cockburn and Weise were both the Australian artists that exhibited at the gallery. The Trio Rituel Commun were invited later that week, to perform the same recital at the Café du Palais in Reims.[90][91][92]

23 March 1989, at the Ardennes Poetry Festival, Gerry Joe Weise and eight poets, had a two hour performance art spectacle at the Charleville-Mézières Theater. The annual festival was an eight day tribute to Arthur Rimbaud, a French poet of the Symbolism literary movement. Weise performed on the last day of the festival and provided musical soundscapes for: Yvette Barré-Barteaux, Franz Bartelt, François Squevin, Robert San Geroteo, François Hubert, Michel Mourot, Claude-Edmond Braulx, and the high point of the evening was his duo with Jean-Marie Le Sidaner.[93][94][95]

6 May 1989, Trio Flache. Weise played abstract musical compositions, while Le Sidaner recited prose, that incorporated the vocal antics and clowning of Australian composer Stephen Adams. They performed at the Opus 65 in Reims, which was a venue open to poetry slam, theater, and art exhibitions.[96][97]

21 February 1990, Duo Flache. Weise and Le Sidaner as a duo, performed at the show opening for the The Sacred - Looking Up exhibition, which took place at the Arthur Rimbaud Museum in Charleville-Mézières. Le Sidaner also wrote the preface for the exhibition catalog funded by the museum.[98][99][100]

Awards[edit]

  • 1997 awarded Best Installation art prize, for Ground Painting, CCA Award, Munich, Germany.[101]
  • 1995 won 1st place as "best band" at the Planches Musicales 95 (Battle of the Bands) in France, as one of the activities for the Journée de la Jeunesse (National Youth Day). The Gerry Joe Weise Band won a 6,000 euro Bourse à la création (Grant for creation). The French National Youth Day that had been inaugurated on 12 August 1995, was later approved in 1999 by the United Nations General Assembly to be adopted as International Youth Day.[102]
  • 1987 Grand Prix de France des arts plastiques, awarded Prix du Conseil General for painting, a prestigious national Contemporary art award in France.[103][104]

Discography[edit]

  • 2019 Axis Volume 1 French Tour
  • 2018 Manic Depression (Jimi Tribe) - single
  • 2018 Live and Lost in the Netherlands
  • 2017 Laon Blues Festival
  • 2016 Blue Concerto for Orchestra (Slide Guitar and Violin) - single
  • 2016 Blues Gone Wild
  • 2014 Stormy Sydney 20th Anniversary
  • 2012 Live and Proud
  • 2011 Live Blues World Tour
  • 2011 Blues for Gary Moore - single
  • 2009 Blues Down Under
  • 2005 Sydney Paris Blues
  • 1999 Bushman Boogie Deluxe
  • 1998 Bushman Boogie
  • 1995 A Letter to Jimi
  • 1994 Live in Paris

Bibliography[edit]

  • 2019 Environmental Art of Gerry Joe Weise - book ISBN 978-1098802776, by Albert L. Sandberg, Chloe Mae Anders, Ludovic Gibsson. 370 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches.
  • 2018 Land Art - ebook ASIN B079DKK4KV, by Ludovic Gibsson, Gerry Joe Weise.
  • 2017 Earth Art - book ISBN 978-1521979853, by Ludovic Gibsson, Gerry Joe Weise. 265 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches.
  • 2017 Earth Art - ebook ASIN B074DS4GQ7, by Ludovic Gibsson, Gerry Joe Weise.
  • 1988 Michel Butor, Flache Livre de Poche - book, by Jean-Marie Le Sidaner, cover and several page illustrations by Gerry Joe Weise, May 1988 issue No.1, published by Editions Bibliothèque Musée Rimbaud, Charleville-Mézières.[105]

Videography[edit]

Art and music video[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • 2019 Blue Concerto for Orchestra (Slide Guitar and Violin), 21st-century classical music, Sydney, Australia.[107]
  • 2017 Red House, Mitchell Creek Rock 'N' Blues Festival, Kandanga, Australia.[108]
  • 2016 Song for Sylvie, Blues Gone Wild album, Coffs Harbour, Australia.[109]
  • 2016 Surfing Coffs Harbour, Blues Gone Wild album, Coffs Harbour, Australia.[110]
  • 2014 All Blues, with Juma Sultan, Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States.[111]
  • 2014 Voodoo Child (Slight Return), with Juma Sultan, Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States.[112]
  • 2014 Aussie Boogie, with Juma Sultan, Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States.[113]
  • 2014 Inside-Looking Out, with Juma Sultan, Gardenstock Art and Music Festival, Dixon, Illinois, United States.[114]
  • 2014 Red House, Blues on Broadbeach Festival, Australia.[115]
  • 2014 Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Blues on Broadbeach Festival, Australia.[116]
  • 2014 All Blues, Blues on Broadbeach Festival, Australia.[117]
  • 2012 Steamroller, Unhate Festival, Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France.[118]
  • 2012 Red House, Unhate Festival, Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France.[119]
  • 2012 Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Unhate Festival, Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France.[120]
  • 2012 Funky Train Jam, Unhate Festival, Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France.[121]
  • 2011 Down Chicago Way, Miejskim Domu Kultury, Lubaczow, Poland.[122]
  • 2011 Funky Train, Miejskim Domu Kultury, Lubaczow, Poland.[123]
  • 2011 Aussie Boogie, Miejskim Domu Kultury, Lubaczow, Poland.[124]
  • 2010 Down Under, with Nabarlek, Terres de Resistance Festival, Cité de la Musique, Paris, France.[125]
  • 2010 Munyon, with Nabarlek, Terres de Resistance Festival, Cité de la Musique, Paris, France.[126]
  • 2010 Jam Session, with Nabarlek and Blackfire, Terres de Resistance Festival, Cité de la Musique, Paris, France.[127]

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