Suoni Per Il Popolo, MUTEK Montréal et CKUT 90.3FM présentent

Die ANGEL (Germany)
https://cosmorhythmatic.bandcamp.com/album/entropien-i

Saturday at 8:30 PM – 11:59 PM

La Vitrola – 4602 St. Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2T 1R3

die ANGEL est un projet d’improvisation noise et électro-acoustique fondé en 1999 par Dirk Dresselhaus et Ilpo Väisänen (ex Pan sonic). Leur dernier album, Yön Magneetti Sine, a été enregistré dans l’environnement calme du chalet de Väisänen près de Karttula, en Finlande. Chacune des cinq pistes improvisées fait écho aux vibrations qui y ont été ressenties durant ces nuits d’été lumineuses.

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die ANGEL is an improvisational noise and electro-acoustic project founded in 1999 by Dirk Dresselhaus and Ilpo Väisänen (ex-Pan sonic). Their most recent album, Yön Magneetti Sine, was recorded in the calm of Väisänen’s cottage near Karttula, Finland. Each of the five improvised tracks echo the vibrations experienced during the white nights of summer. 

X A M B U C A (San Francisco, CA)

http://xambuca.com/

L’objectif principal du groupe international de performance multimédia et de musique XAMBUCA est de créer des environnements audiovisuels dans lesquels coexistent des réalités différentes. Créé par l’artiste sonore Chandra Shukla, et incluant désormais l’artiste visuel Geo Lynx, le groupe expérimente avec l’espace, le son, les interactions visuelles entre humains et parfois même la danse, donnant lieu à des morceaux qui ont des airs de mouvements synchronisés.

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International multimedia/music performance group XAMBUCA’s sole objective is to create audio-visual environments in which alternate realities reside. Created by sound artist Chandra Shukla and now involving visual artist Geo Lynx, the group experiments with space, sound, visuals human interaction and sometimes even dance that result in pieces as whole, synchronized movements. 

France Jobin (Montréal)

http://www.francejobin.com/

France Jobin est une artiste d’installation et sonore, compositrice et conservatrice établie à Montréal. Son art audio a été décrit comme sculpture sonore, informé par une approche minimaliste aux environnements sonores complexes dans lesquels l’analogue et le numérique se rencontrent. Ses installations offrent une voie parallèle, incorporant des éléments musicaux et visuels inspirés par l’architecture de certains espaces physiques. 

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France Jobin is a sound / installation / artist, composer and curator residing in Montreal. Her audio art can be qualified as “sound-sculpture”, revealing a minimalist approach to complex sound environments where analog and digital intersect. Her installations express a parallel path, incorporating both musical and visual elements inspired by the architecture of physical spaces. 

Porte 20h30 Musique 21h

$12 / $15

www.suoniperilpopolo.org

Instagram: @suoniperilpopolo

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La Vitrola se situe malheureusement au 2ème étage (il y a 41 marches au total). Les toilettes sont de genre neutre et ne sont pas accessibles aux fauteuils roulants. Toute personne désirant une assistance pour accéder à notre salle peut nous contacter. C’est avec plaisir que nous tenterons de répondre au mieux à ses besoins.

La Vitrola is unfortunately located on the 2nd floor (41 steps total). There are gender neutral washrooms which are not wheelchair accessible. Anyone needing assistance accessing our space can contact us as we are more than happy to try and accommodate people to the best of our ability.

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Le Suoni Per Il Popolo reconnaît que le territoire sur lequel nous sommes rassemblé.e.s est le territoire traditionnel et non-cédé du peuple Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk), un lieu qui a longtemps constitué un site de rencontre et d’échange entre plusieurs nations.

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Suoni Per Il Popolo would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk), a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations.

re:DUO – Exhibit in Japan

mAtter presents:

FRANCE JOBIN + RICHARD CHARTIER | EXHIBITION “RE.DUO”
14th – 24th February 2019 @gift_lab GARAGE
#102 Kiyosumiryo, 1-3-13 Shirakawa
Koutou-ku Tokyo 135-0021 Japan

OPEN 12:00 – 19:00
CLOSED : Tuesday 

”re.DUO” is an exhibition composed on the basis of the release “DUO”,  the first collaborative project from minimal composer France Jobin and Richard Chartier “DUO” on the gorgeous label mAtter.

This exhibition will present prints from Richard Chartier and France Jobin, each prints will be installed to create a scale through the space as DUO.

Original concept

DUO creates an “intemporelle“ and pervading atmosphere, where sounds intermingle within an intricate and delicate system delineated by spatial and temporal boundaries.

France’s printed by Middle Press – Ben Owen (NY)
Richard’s printed by Post Atelier (LA)

〒135-0021東京都江東区白河1-3-13 清洲寮10
半蔵門線·大江戸線 清澄白河駅 徒歩2分。
B1出口より出て、通りの向かい側正面の黄色いビルの1階です。
 

RBMA pres. Drone Activity in Progress – MUTEK

Thursday, August 24 at 9 PM – 1:30 AM

Le Métropolis de Montréal
59 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1K5

NOCTURNE 3
Red Bull Music Academy pres. Drone Activity in Progress

21h00 France Jobin (CA) – Vacuum phase transition: an exploration of metastability
21h45 Sarah Davachi (CA)
22h40 Anthony Child (UK)
23h45 Fis (NZ)
00h45 Deathprod (NO) w/ the support of Norway Music

Vienna @ Alte Schmiede

Concert in Vienna @ Alte Schmiede Wien Musikwerkstat
May.16.2017

Minimalismus und Loop. Synths zwischen Acid und Ambient: FRANCE JOBIN (CAN) / JOHANNES AUVINEN (AUT/FIN)

Eine Veranstaltung von STROMSCHIENE

Sie sind beide an minimalistischen Sprachen und konzisen Ausdrucksweisen interessiert. Die Kanadierin France Jobin und der in Wien ansässige Finne Johannes Auvinen. Letzterer ist fast ausschließlich im internationalen Club-Kontext anzutreffen, wo er fein nuancierten Acid-House aus Synth und Drumcomputer schält. In seinem Set für die Alte Schmiede präsentiert er erstmals seinen soften Casual Acid. Auvinen konzentriert sich dabei auf die Grundbausteine des Genres, auf Timbre und die Texturen der Synth-Lines, gespeist aus den typischen Maschinen Roland 303 und 101. Er betreibt eine Analyse des Genres, die die Seele und haptischen Qualitäten des House hervortreten lässt und den Fokus auf die melodischen Parts legt. Auch die filigranen Stücke von France Jobin basieren auf feinen Schattierungen und Abstufungen. Die Sound-Art-Künstlerin und Komponistin überführt ihren minimalistischen Ansatz in komplexe, ätherische Klangumgebungen, in denen analoge und digitale Prozesse miteinander verschränkt werden. Es sind klare Drones und subtile Klangwolken, die in Vergangenheitsschichten vordringen und gleichzeitig ins Reich des Imaginären entführen, wobei sie den realen Raum nie außer Acht lassen. S. Strelka/VK

Weitere Informationen: France Jobin www.francejobin.com Johannes Auvinen www.tinmanmusic.com

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LQ – Literarisches Quartier | Schönlaterngasse 9, 1010 Wien
Stufenloser Zugang zu Galerie (GLZ) und Schmiede-Werkstatt (AS)
Barrierefreies WC im Erdgeschoss
Zu Veranstaltungszeiten Behindertenparkplatz vor dem Haus Schönlaterngasse 13
Freier Eintritt bei allen Veranstaltungen in der Alten Schmiede!

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France has been invited to present a concert in Vienna by Shilla Strelka, who was asked  to curate 6 shows over the course of one year at Alte Schmiede Wien Musikwerkstat. The space has some history, having artists like Wishart, Feldman, LIgeti, La Monte Young and Luc Ferrari in their past line-up. it’s seated shows, 100ppl only and free entry.

Kicking off the series with microsound maniac Marcus Schmickler + Christian Schroeder on 31/3, it will be followed by France Jobin + Johannes Auvinen , May.16.2017.

The whole thing is called Azephal + Aleph.
Concerts are happening as part of the STROM SCHIENE series.

This is made possible by the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Travel Grant to Media Artists – International Residencies program.

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LOUNGE

DHC/ART presents LOUNGE,
an event presented in the context of the exhibition Ryoji Ikeda

LOUNGE:
Synesthésie Sonore/
Sonic Synesthesia

Laura Cetilia
Seth Horvitz

Saturday, November 10 at 9 p.m
Doors open at 8:30 p.m. — PHI centre,  407 Saint-Pierre Street, Montreal

Free admission with pass, available at DHC/ART
and the PHI Centre as of November 1st.

Guest curator: France Jobin
Associate Curator: Cheryl Sim

LOUNGE is an audio project developed in a minimalist aesthetic,
the result of a long process of reflection on ways of listening
in the context of the public presentation of audio art.

LOUNGE proposes an environment inspired by the architecture
of the presentation space, an environment entirely dedicated
to listening. The presentation takes its inspiration from the
Montreal piano bars of the 1950s and explores new ways
of perceiving and experiencing the listening process, all the while
questioning the relationship between performer and performance,
intimacy and immensity, self and solitude, and between human
and machine. This exploratory environment serves as backdrop
for Seth Horvitz’s “Eight Studies for Automatic Piano” and
Laura Cetilia’s captivating approach to the cello, one that
combines virtuosity with inventiveness.

In this context of performed sound art, the contrast between
acoustic instruments used in very different ways is brought
to the fore; one using computer-based composition, and the
other using an approach to playing where traditional methods
are subverted. These approaches are complemented by
a very positive sort of synesthesia created by the presence
of the sound in the architectural space. It is in this spirit
of synesthesia that LOUNGE forms part of the development
of France Jobin’s curatorial practice, highlighting her
deep belief that the public’s experience of sound art must
happen immersively.

The work of Seth Joshua Horvitz (b. 1973, Los Angeles) crosses many
disciplines, among them electronic and experimental music, music for film
and dance, sound design, visual design, video, and installation art. His recent projects are primarily concerned with the web of relationships between nature, machines, and human perception. Under his own name and various pseudonyms, he has published music on dozens of record labels including LINE (USA), Mille Plateaux (Germany), and Leaf (UK). As a performer, he has appeared at venues across the Americas, Europe, Australia, and Japan. He holds a BA in Cognitive Science from the University of California at Berkeley (1995) and an MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media from Mills College (2010).
Seth Horvitz

Laura Cetilia is a cellist currently based in Providence RI.  She is comfortable with both acoustic and electronic performance and improvisation, developing extended techniques and technologies that best convey her artistic intentions. Her work manifests itself in many forms. Apart from her solo projects, she is half of the electroacoustic group Mem1, member of the avant garde viola/cello duo Suna No Onna, and collaborator with a number of video artists, including Naho Taruishi, with whom she creates site-specific audiovisual installations.
Laura Cetilia

France Jobin is a sound/installation artist and curator residing in Montreal.
She has created solo recordings for ROOM40 (AUS), nvo (AT), ATAK (JP),
murmur records (JP) and LINE (USA). Her sound installation Entre-Deux,
was met with critical acclaim in Washington DC during the DATA/FIELDS
new media exhibit curated by Richard Chartier and including Ryoji Ikeda
and Mark Fell among others. As curator, she has presented several events
and her latest endeavour is immersound, a concert event/philosophy, which she initiated, and curates.

DHC/ART Fondation for Contemporary Art
451 & 465 Saint-Jean (corner Notre-Dame, in Old Montreal)
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2R5 Canada

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Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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