Sigma Editions was founded in 1998 by Rosy Parlane and Dion Workman. Parlane and Workman began working together in New Zealand in 1993 as the improvising trio Thela with Dean Roberts. After moving to Melbourne, Australia in 1997 the pair decided to launch a label to release their own work and the work of new artists they admired. The name sigma refers to Scottish/Italian writer Alexander Trocchi's plan for a utopian international artistic/political community. In 1999 the label relocated to Rotterdam, the Netherlands and in 2000 to London, UK. Sigma Editions is currently based in New York and continues to release new experimental music.
Dion Workman / Julien Ottavi, New York, 2003
Minit with Rosy Parlane, Sydney, 2000