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Arch. 183.9 TRACE is a limited edition collection of two-minute pieces by international sound artists, experimental composers, noise makers and other audio creators. Each artist has produced an original recording of two-minute duration for the CD on the theme of TRACE. TRACE greated an opportunity for a selection of international sound artists to work thematically, as well as providing listeners with further insight into the artists work. By bringing together this calibre and range of contributions, TRACE aims to stimulate further interest in the practice, debate and dialogue surrounding sound art. The artista on TRACE range from well known world figures, to individuals and groups making their first wirks in this field. TRACE was published thanks to a research award from the Centre for Art International Research (CAIR). [post_title] => The Fainest Trace [post_excerpt] => Liverpool-based Henry Priestman has sold three million albums with his band The Christians. Besides TV, film, games and advertising work he writes with stars like former Spice Girl Mel C and upcoming artists like Marli Buck (whose album is due out on Sony in 2005). Equally at home on the heady waters of the mainstream (The Christians, TV soundtracks, song-writing and producing) as the murky depths of more experimental forms (audio installation"Baby96", "Hope" CD, releases by MoR and The serpents) ultimately henry Priestman is a multi-tasker and proprietor of the Gossamer Dome. 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Contributors were invited to create an original recording of one-minute duration for the CD on the theme of ZERO - whether through their stripped-down, low-tech aesthetic or a focus on themes of absence, abstraction, distortion or a sense of thereshold between one state and another. The CD contains a broad variety of one-minute soundworks and presents the results of artists working thematically in chance juxtaposition. By bringing together this calibre and range of contributions, ZETRO aims to stimulate further interest in the artist work and practice, debate and dialogue surrounding sound art. The artists on ZERO range from well known world figures, to individuals and groups making their first wirks in this field. ZERO was commisioned by the Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT) and was published with the support from Liverpool Art School. [post_title] => Zero Day to Zero Night [post_excerpt] => Max Eastley is an artist whose work combines kinetic sound sculpture and music to produce a unique art form. Since the late 1960s, Eastley has been fascinated by the relationship of chance to music and art, and in environmental forces such as wind and water. He began to investigate this relationship in his work, using kinetic sound machines and the natural forces of the wind, streams and the sea. As a consequence, his career opened out into new areas of creative and philosophical exploration. Eastley is an important and innovative figure in the field of sound art. He often works in collaboration with other artists from a range of disciplines. He has exhibited his sound installations internationally, and worked closely with a wide range of artists, musicians and filmmakers, including Brian Eno, Peter Greenaway, Evan Parker, Thomas Köner, Eddie Prévost and The Spaceheads. Exhibitions of his installations in 2000 included Sonic Boom at the Hayward Gallery and Sound as Media in Toyko. In 2002 he composed the music for Plants and Ghosts by Siobhan Davies Dance. He has worked with musician and writer David Toop to produce the critically acclaimed albums New and Rediscovered Musical Instruments 1975, Buried Dreams 1994 and Doll Creature 2004. For The Ship Eastley has produced a sound sculpture installation which incorporates found sound recorded during Cape Farewell expeditions. 'I'm a musician and a sound artist, and I'm here on the boat to collect as many different sounds as I can: sounds the ship makes, water sounds, birdcalls, seal songs, that kind of thing. I do an awful lot of recording all over the place and I've never heard anything like the sounds I've heard on this voyage. We went to a kittiwake colony - a huge city of seabirds all nesting on the side of a cliff - and that was absolutely fantastic.' (Max Eastley, Cape Farewell 2003 Voyage). Peter Cusack is a sound artist/recordist and musician with special interests in environmental sound and acoustic ecology. Current activities range from song writing, through improvised music, to research on how sound contributes to our sense(s) of place and recording projects which document areas of special sonic interest - most recently Lake Baikal, Siberia, and the Azerbaijan oil fields. He is particularly interested in global patterns of sonic change created by migrations of people who make and create them and by new technologies. In 1998 he initiated the on-going 'Your Favourite London Sound' project, which aims to find out what Londoners find positive in their city's soundscape. Currently he is involved in 'Sound & the City' the British Council's sound art project for Beijing, October 2005. Active as a performer he has played 100s of concerts at home and abroad. Musical collaborators include Clive Bell, Nic Collins, Alterations, Chris Cutler, Max Eastley, Evan Parker, Hugh Davies, Annette Krebs and Viv Corringham. He was a founder member, and director, of the London Musicians Collective and frequently collaborates with artists in other fields, especially film/video, installation and 'public art'. In collaboration with Isobel Clouter he produces 'Vermilion Sounds' , a monthly radio series on environmental sound for Resonance FM, London, now approaching 50 shows. 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From his early controversial work using found mobile phone conversations, through to his focus on trawling the hidden noise of the modern metropolis as the symbol of the place where hidden meanings and missed contacts emerge, his restless explorations of the experimental terrain have won him international admiration from amongst others, Bjork, Aphex Twin and Stockhausen. Scanner is committed to working with cutting edge practitioners and has collaborated with artists from every imaginable genre: musicians Bryan Ferry and Laurie Anderson, The Royal Ballet and Random Dance companies, composers Michael Nyman and Luc Ferrari, and artists Mike Kelley and Derek Jarman. As well as producing compositions and audio CDs, his diverse body of work includes soundtracks for films, performances, radio, and site-specific intermedia installations. He has performed and created works in many of the world's most prestigious spaces including SFMOMA USA, Hayward Gallery London, Pompidou Centre Paris, Kunsthalle Vienna, Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Tate Modern London and the Royal Opera House London. Paul Farrington, AKA TONNE This prize-winning visual artist and designer has made visible the work of Scanner, Pole and Spring Heel Jack among others, linking sound with visuals that vary between elegantly simple lines to multiple layers of superimposed imagery. Tonne's interactive sound interfaces allow music to be produced as responses to the movement of graphics, and vice-versa. By manipulating sound utilities, Tonne builds toys, games, interactive environments and soundbanks. Developing and producing controlled systems for sound and image interaction, Tonne has performed live at Sonar (Barcelona 2000), FCMN (Montréal), Expanded Cinema (Milan), Lovebytes (Sheffield), and Steim (Amsterdam). Tonne was awarded Creative Review's Creative Futures Up-And-Coming Graphic Designer of 1999. Recently Tonne has been commissioned by the music label Meta to release recordings of his sound toys. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => cazneau [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2014-09-25 12:36:55 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-09-25 10:36:55 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://orangepixel.it/zerynthia/?post_type=sounds&p=3338 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => sounds [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [old_id] => 1050 [post_it] => 10 ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 3370 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_content] => [post_title] => Untitled [post_excerpt] => Michael J. Schumacher is a composer, performer and installation artist from New York City. He works predominantly with electronic and digital media, specializing in computer generated sound environments which evolve continuously for long time periods. He imbues these self-creating structures with an abundance of sonic material, resulting in forms that flow through a wide range of moods, timbral combinations and textural densities. In their realization, Schumacher uses multiple speaker configurations which relate the sounds of the installation to the architecture of the exhibition space. Architectural and acoustical considerations thereby become basic structural elements. For these compositions, Schumacher has worked with instrumentalists Tim Barnes, Anthony Burr, Charles Curtis, Jane Henry, Kato Hideki, Rebecca Moore, David Shively, Peter Zummo and others, recording and manipulating their sounds. Schumacher’s sound installations have been heard at Art in General, Apex Art, PS 1, The Kitchen, the Queens Museum and Sculpture-Center in New York City, CCNOA in Brussels, the Technical University and Podewil in Berlin, the Museum for Applied Arts in Frankfurt , the Museum of Modern Art in Lyon, Triskel Intermedia in Cork, Ireland, Transmissions Festival in Chicago, SFIFEM in Sante Fe, the Waveform Festival in Sydney, Via 7 Festival in Paris, and others. Schumacher has been a close associate of the ground breaking composer La Monte Young since 1989 and has worked as a producer of events at the Dream House, Young’s and Marian Zazeela’s installation space in Tribeca. In this capacity he has produced concerts of classical Indian music as well as sound installations and concerts of contemporary music by composers associated with Young, such as Terry Jennings and Richard Maxfield. He has also worked as technical director of the Dream House and as a recording engineer at Dream House events. Since 1996, Schumacher has pioneered, first at his downtown gallery Studio Five Beekman and, since 2000, at Diapason Gallery located in midtown, sound art in New York City, by giving over 100 artists the opportunity to present, in environments with high quality multi-channel sound systems and free of outside noise, cutting edge installations with sound as their focus. He has produced premieres by David Behrman, David First, Tetsu Inoue, Ron Kuivila, Steve Roden, Marina Rosenfeld and Stephen Vitiello, to name a few. A complete listing of past presentations and upcoming events is viewable online at www.diapasongallery.org. Schumacher is a frequent collaborator with the video artist Ursula Scherrer, with whom he founded Studio Five Beekman. Their works have appeared in many festivals, including Media Test Wall at MIT in Cambridge, the Dissonanze in Rome, the 9e Biennale de l’Image en Movement in Geneva, and the BAC 36 Int’l Film and Video Festival at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Schumacher has published six solo CDs, a duo CD with Donald Miller, and an LP with Miller and Charles Curtis. He is on the Sub Rosa anthology of noise and electronic music and the lower case 2002 compilation, as well as on an LP of remixes of music by Oren Ambarchi on the Touch label. Schumacher’s CD "Room Pieces", on the XI label, was rated best of 2003 for “modern composition” by The Wire magazine. Schumacher has lectured at Bard College, The New School, The School for Visual Arts and Juilliard. He taught electronic music at the Center for Media Arts in New York City in the mid 1980s. He has taught piano, composition, theory and ear training privately since 1983. Schumacher was awarded the prestigious Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts Grant in 2001. He has also received awards and residencies from NYFA, Harvestworks, Rennsellaer Polytechnic Institute, Meet the Composer and others. Schumacher has degrees in music composition from Indiana University, where he won the composition prize in 1982, and the Juilliard School, where he earned the doctorate in 1988. His teachers have been Stanley Applebaum, Seymour Bernstein, Bernhard Heiden, John Eaton, John Ogden, Shigeo Neriki, La Monte Young and Vincent Persichetti. Born in 1961 in Washington, DC, he has lived in New York since 1983. 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He is dedicated to the restoration of dignity to the profession of making non-commercial music as part of a personal search for future social, political and spiritual forms. Curran's music-making embraces all the contradictions (composed/improvised, tonal/atonal, maximal/minimal...) in a serene dialectical encounter. His more than 100 works feature taped/sampled natural sounds, piano, synthesizers, computers, violin, percussion, shofar, ship horns, accordion and chorus. Whether in the intimate form of his well-known solo performances, or pure chamber music, experimental radio works or large-scale site-specific sound environments and installations, all forge a very personal language from all the languages through dedicated research and recombinant invention. THE MAIN STORY With a fortuitous bang, he begins his musical journey (1965 in Rome) as co-founder of the radical music collective MUSICA ELETTRONICA VIVA, as a solo performer, and as a composer for Rome's avantgarde theater scene. In the 70's, he creates a poetic series of solo works for synthesizer, voice, taped sounds and found objects. Seeking to develop new musical spaces, and now considered one of the leading figures in making music outside of the concert halls -- he develops a series of concerts for lakes, ports, parks, buildings, quarries and caves -- his natural laboratories. In the 1980's, he extends the ideas of musical geography by creating simultaneous radio concerts for three, then six large ensembles performing together from many European Capitals. By connecting digital samplers to MIDI Grands (Diskklavier) and computers, since 1987, he produces an enriched body of work -- an ideal synthesis between the concert hall and all sounding phenomena in the world. In 1990, he begins a visually striking series of sound installations, in collaboration with Melissa Gould. Throughout these years he continues to write a significant amount of music for acoustic instruments. TEACHING From 1975-80 taught vocal improvisation at the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica (Rome) and since 1991 has been the Milhaud Professor of Composition at Mills College in Oakland, California. FORMATIVE YEARS Born December 13, 1938, Providence, Rhode Island. From five years: piano lessons, trombone, marching bands, Synagogue chants, Jazz, and his father's dance bands. Becomes an artist at age 13 in an apple tree at the house of his lifelong friend, poet Clark Coolidge. Hears Spike Jones, the Rhode Island Philharmonic, Satchmo, The Boston Symphony Orcherstra, Art Tatum, Charlie Parker, The Band of America, Thelonius Monk, Gerry Mulligan, Miles Davis, Coltrane, Bartok and Christian Wolff. Studies composition with Ron Nelson (B.A. Brown University 1960) and with Elliott Carter and Mel Powell( M.Mus., Yale School of Music l963). During summer vacations, plays European crossings with the "Brunotes" on the Holland American Line, in a Greek Dance Band in the Catskills, and in the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. Continues studies and friendship with Carter in Berlin (1964 Ford Foundation Grant), meets Stravinsky, Xenakis, Berio, Yuji Takahashi, Andriessen, Remo Remotti, and above all Rzewski. Goes to Darmstadt, hangs with Babbitt and Earl Brown, hears Stockhausen and Ligeti. Goes to Rome with Joel Chadabe and plays piano in bars on via Veneto, meets Franco Evangelisti and Cornelius Cardew. In the MUSICA ELETTRONICA VIVA years (1966 -1971 in Rome), performs in over 200 concerts in Europe and the USA with Teitelbaum and Rzewski, Carol Plantamura, Ivan Vandor, Alan Bryant and Jon Phetteplace; and makes significant artistic encounters with: Giuseppe Chiari, Edith Schloss, AMM, Cardew, Steve Lacy, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Steve ben Israel, Anthony Braxton, Simone Forti, Steve Reich, Joan LaBarbara, Michael Nyman, La Monte Young, Trisha Brown, Ashley, Behrman, Gordon Mumma, Alvin Lucier, Larry Austin, Bill Smith, Ketoff, Robert Moog, Nuova Consonanza, MEV2, Meme Perlini, Mario Ricci, Maria Monti, Prima Materia, Ron Bunzl, Phil Glass, Charlemagne Palestine, Terry Riley, George Lewis, Evan Parker, Gregory Reeves, Serge Tcherepnin, Kosugi, Pulsa, Maryanne Amacher, John Cage, David Tudor, Morton Feldman. Scelsi becomes his friend and mentor. PRIZES AND AWARDS Bearns Prize, BMI award, National Endowment for the Arts (twice), DAAD (Berlin residencies 1963-4 and 1986-7), Ars Acoustica International (WDR), Prix Italia (special award l988), Premio Novecento (city of Pisa), Fromm Foundation (Harvard University), Hass Family Award (San Francisco), Meet the Composer (assistance to many concerts), Leonardo Award for Excellence (1995), Guggenheim Foundation (2004). [post_title] => RAM Mix [post_excerpt] => Quello realizzato per l’occasione da uno dei fondatori del gruppo di sperimentazione Musica Elettronica Viva è un collage di suoni concepito come piccola sintesi della ricerca sonora di Alvin Curran. Il suo stile parte spesso da elementi minimi, oggetti sonori trovati nel corso di viaggi e il montaggio sonoro  lentamente trascolora dall'una all'altra atmosfera: tubi di plastica. campanacci da mucca, voci e ritmi di bambini si succedono producendo forti suggestioni. 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[post_title] => Dadasophe [post_excerpt] => Spectrograms è un diario noir in formato microfilm. Dalla marcetta meccanica di Altenberg Maschinen al funk psichedelico di Bill In Whitfield Touch, vengono attraversati in modo obliquo generi e stili musicali come ambient, art rock, elettronica, torch song, hip hop. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => dadasophe [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2014-09-25 12:39:59 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-09-25 10:39:59 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://orangepixel.it/zerynthia/?post_type=sounds&p=4076 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => sounds [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [old_id] => 1950 [post_it] => 10 ) [8] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 4161 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_content] => RAMradioartemobile presenta

Nuit Blanche Parigi 2013

(Q.i Q.i) LES OISEAUX

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19-José D’Apice ( Brasile, 1949) Xingu “A Xingu, una riserva indigena all’interno dell’Amazzonia gli Indios camminano fra la fitta vegetazione alla ricerca di cibo e l’Araponga, l’Inhambu-guaçu e Ulrapuru cantano per loro. Per sempre.”

05 ottobre 2013 - 06 ottobre 2013

La Gaîté Lyrique 3bis Rue Papin

75003 Parigi, Francia

I nostri ringraziamenti vanno a Chiara Parisi e Julie Pellegrin, direttore artistico delle Notti Bianche, Jerome Delormas, direttore delle Gaite Lyrique e le loro rispettive squadre. Ringraziamo in particolare Picnic Radio (Berlino) per la loro collaborazione. [post_title] => LES OISEAUX [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => les-oiseaux-6 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2014-09-25 12:40:22 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-09-25 10:40:22 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://orangepixel.it/zerynthia/?post_type=sounds&p=4161 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => sounds [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [old_id] => 2035 [post_it] => 10 ) [9] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 2315 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_content] => René Morgensen, Danish composer and musician, works across many musical areas, investigating a broad range of compositional possibilities in works for chamber ensembles and jazz ensembles, as well as creations in electroacoustic sound art, in an effort to go beyond idiomatic compartmentalism. In 2004 he completed his new Promenade Symfony for the Tivoli Promenade Orchestra, a 16 piece chamber orchestra in Copenhagen, Denmark for premiere in June of that year. His works for soloist with electronics including Five Seasons, and others for ensembles of various instrumentations with electroacoustics have been presented in various venues around New York City, and in Europe. Mogensen has completed several commissions for Danish Public Radio Program One (DR P1) in the past few years. He has recently created new works during residencies at DIEM, STEIM, Logos, and other music & technology research centers. Three recent scores for modern dance/theater have included Heaven or Cell and Terrror and Money and Air and Marble for productions in New York City with choreographer Renata Celichowska during 2002-2003. Mogensen’s electroacoustic works have been presented in radio programs and concerts in many places around the world. His works for chamber ensembles, as well as works for jazz groups, have been performed by various ensembles, including concerts by the Esbjerg Ensemble in Denmark, the Ensemble Rosario in Argentina, and by the NYU New Music Ensemble in New York City, as well as by René Mogensen’s Ensemble in New York. Recent releases include appearances on tenor saxophone on the Korean released cd Selfless Self by Woochang Lee, and the inclusion of Mogensen’s works News Clips Study 1 and Economics 102 on the Belgian KriKri 2002 cd. Mogensen was the composer in residence at the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College, CA, in October of 1999, where his piece Spring Decomposition for wind trio and tape was premiered. During the summers 1996 and 1997, he was the composer and performer in residence in the NYU graduate music program in Pisa, Italy, where several of his works were premiered in concerts as part of the Strada Facendo performing arts festival. More information about concerts, recordings, and other news about Mogensen's work is listed on the web page: www.geocities.com/renemogensen Mogensen's work is recorded on various labels including: Capstone and Wassard in New York, AV-Art in Denmark, and Hwa-Eum Records and Notation Records in Korea. He is the recipient of awards for his work from various foundations including the Danish Institute for Electroacoustic Music, Meet the Composer USA, the John Anson Kittredge Fund, the Yvar Mikhashoff Trust for New Music, the Danish Music Council, the Eubie Blake Fund, and others. He holds an MA in music from New York University, and a BA from the University of Rochester, NY, USA. [post_title] => News Clip Study 1 [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => news-clip-study-1 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-06-10 17:53:22 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-06-10 15:53:22 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://orangepixel.it/zerynthia/?post_type=sounds&p=2315 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => sounds [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [old_id] => 14 [post_it] => 10 ) ) [post_count] => 10 [current_post] => -1 [in_the_loop] => [post] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 3274 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_date_gmt] => 2014-08-22 10:38:39 [post_content] => Cfr. n. Arch. 183.9 TRACE is a limited edition collection of two-minute pieces by international sound artists, experimental composers, noise makers and other audio creators. Each artist has produced an original recording of two-minute duration for the CD on the theme of TRACE. TRACE greated an opportunity for a selection of international sound artists to work thematically, as well as providing listeners with further insight into the artists work. By bringing together this calibre and range of contributions, TRACE aims to stimulate further interest in the practice, debate and dialogue surrounding sound art. The artista on TRACE range from well known world figures, to individuals and groups making their first wirks in this field. TRACE was published thanks to a research award from the Centre for Art International Research (CAIR). [post_title] => The Fainest Trace [post_excerpt] => Liverpool-based Henry Priestman has sold three million albums with his band The Christians. Besides TV, film, games and advertising work he writes with stars like former Spice Girl Mel C and upcoming artists like Marli Buck (whose album is due out on Sony in 2005). Equally at home on the heady waters of the mainstream (The Christians, TV soundtracks, song-writing and producing) as the murky depths of more experimental forms (audio installation"Baby96", "Hope" CD, releases by MoR and The serpents) ultimately henry Priestman is a multi-tasker and proprietor of the Gossamer Dome. 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Parco

Marina Paris, Fabio Caricchia

Parco

Utopia Station

2003