Imaginarni pejzaži – Featuring France Jobin

December 18.2017 – 22:40 – RADIO-TELEVIZIJA SRBIJE

TREĆI PROGRAM

U večerašnjoj emisiji predstavićemo ostvarenja kanadske autorke Frans Žoben, pre svega numere sa njenog najnovijeg albuma „Scene”, kao i sa ostvarenja „Singulum” i „Bez repera”.

Frans Žoben je umetnica i kompozitorka iz Montreala, koja se bavi i stvaranjem elektronskih kompozicija i zvučnih instalacija, u koje inkorporira muzičke i vizuelne elemente inspirisane arhitekturom. Njena dela su izlagana širom sveta, a takođe je objavljivala za neke od vodećih kuća posvećenih elektronskoj muzici poput Bake/Štalplat, RumForti, Baksaru, Mjutek i drugih, sarađujući sa Štefanom Matjuom, Rijodžijem Ikedom, Markom Felom i Ričardom Šartijeom. Dobitnica je prestižne kanadske nagrade Opus za koncert godine u okviru kategorije elektroakustike, za nastup na festivalu AKUZMA 8.

Album Scene ova umetnica je objavila 17. novembra za kuću L-INE Imprint. Ovo ostvarenje je posvećeno finskom muzičaru Miki Vainiju, koji je preminuo u aprilu, i koji je bio njen dobar prijatelj. Žoben je kao jedino obrazloženje ponudila sledeće reči: „Značaj promene je nepromenljivo, pod uslovima linearnog vremena, večnost će doneti utehu”.

Urednica Ksenija Stevanović

 

Interview – episode 5: fragile beauty guest: france jobin

Wednesday, December 20th 2017 @ 10pm eastern time

A new interview with France Jobin, conducted by Derek Piotr for his weekly radio show BEAUTY will air Wednesday, December 20th 2017 @ 10pm eastern time.

Includes an exclusive short djmix by France featuring tracks by pinkcourtesyphonematerial objectatomTM and evala.

B E A U T Y = beamed electronically across underlying true yearning

tune in on http://radio.computer

the show will be uploaded on mixcloud

every wednesday 10pm eastern time

Derek and France will discuss the meaning of beauty, sound, field recordings and all matter of the unknown!

episode 5: fragile beauty guest: france jobin 

toshi ichiyanagi – music for living space (1969)
rnn_lstm – neural network tries to generate english speech
bass communion – ghosts on magnetic tape (liles reconstruction – part i)
i8u – grasshopper morphine

france jobin – 3_m
france jobin – scène 4

***france plays dj***
pinkcourtesyphone – wishful wistful wanton – Foley Folly Folio – LINE_SEG01
material object – synthesis – Alive01 – No.915
atomTM – riding the void – HD – Raster-Noton – R-N 147
evala – crackling/hush – acoustic bend – Port- PTCD005

        

RBMA Main Stage

Main Stage RBMA’s Drone Activity in Progress –
Mutek Nocturne 3 on Aug 24, 2017
concert stream of France Jobin’s Vacuum phase transition: an exploration of metastability – Live
stream here

Drone Activity in Progress

Taking a cue from their event held last year while the Academy was in Montréal, Thursday night promises serious doses of drone and heaviosity with immersive sound artist France Jobin, the full spectrum overtones of Sarah Davachi, an experimental modular adventure from Surgeon’s Anthony Child, claustrophobic atmospheres and grid-resistant pulses from Fis, and the masterful and dangerous sound design of Norwegian legend Deathprod.

Richard-Garet-Dermis-project-sur-webSYNradio-9-23-jan-2014

Listen to France Jobin’s “un petit rien” on playlist one

Le projet Dermis met l’accent sur des pratiques d’atelier et des travaux sonores en cours ;  encore invisibles, inaudibles, et inconnus du grand public . L’intention de Richard Garet pour ce projet a consisté à s’éloigner des conventions en invitant des artistes confirmés à  présenter un travail inachevé ou un fragment destiné à la réalisation de nouveaux travaux , et tout ce qui normalement ne serait pas autorisé à voir le jour.  Entre l’exploration, l’enregistrement, la production ou la simple écoute, les processus et les pratiques d’atelier sont très riches. Souvent, et comme par défaut, les fichiers audio s’accumulent dans les dossiers informatiques, pour aboutir à de longues heures de matériel et éventuellement à la création de bibliothèques de sons.

Pour mieux rendre compte de cette réalité, Richard Garet a contacté ses collègues et amis artistes avec un appel à contribution rédigé comme suit :  » Envoyer une piste audio inédite avec des sons ou des débris issus de votre pratique d’atelier ( à interpréter comme vous le souhaitez) , un résidu audio, pas de field recording reconnaissable, pas de vague sinusoïdale constante , aucun drone constant, texte et approche théorique bienvenus , pas besoin de fondu en entrée ou en sortie, le son peut être d’un bloc, assurez-vous juste qu’il ne sature pas les haut-parleurs , il peut être brut ou composé , et plus d’un fichier audio peut être proposé.  »
Toutes les pièces soumises ont été acceptées et inclues dans le projet, sans réserve ni aucun travail de post production.

Le derme est un tissu de type conjonctif formant la peau avec l’épiderme et l’hypoderme. Son épaisseur est variable selon les régions corporelles mais elle peut atteindre un millimètre. On distingue usuellement le derme papillaire jouxté à la jonction dermo-épidermique, le derme réticulaire et le derme profond.
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derme

« DERMIS project » focuses on sonic studio practice from artists making work that is currently in process; subsequently yet unseen, unheard, and unknown to the public. Richard Garet’s intention for this project consisted of stepping away from the obvious and instead focusing on inviting artists that could present work that was unfinished or a segment of something that could be intended for making new work, or anything that normally would not be allowed to see the day of light as is. In the studio practice of any artist working with sound there is so much that happens and that consists of exploring, recording, producing and just listening. Often and by default in this practice audio files accumulate in computer folders, eventually creating libraries of sounds and extensive hours of listening material.

 

With that in mind Garet contacted his peers and these were the guidelines that he passed along for this project. « Submit an unreleased audio track, noise or debris from a sound artist studio practice (interpret this as you wish), audio residue, no recognizable field recordings, no constant sine waves, no constant drones, text and speech welcomed, no need for fade in or out, it can be just a block of sound, just make sure that it does not override the speakers, it can be raw or composed, and more than one audio-file can be submitted. »
These submissions were not reduced in any manner and everything that was submitted by each artist was included.

 

Dermis: The dermis is a layer of skin between the epidermis (with which it makes up the cutis) and subcutaneous tissues, that consists of connective tissue and cushions the body from stress and strain. It is divided into two layers, the superficial area adjacent to the epidermis called the papillary region and a deep thicker area known as the reticular dermis.[1] The dermis is tightly connected to the epidermis through a basement membrane. Structural components of the dermis arecollagen, elastic fibers, and extrafibrillar matrix.[2] It also contains Mechanoreceptors that provide the sense of touch and heat, hair follicles, sweat glands,sebaceous glands, apocrine glands, lymphatic vessels and blood vessels. Those blood vessels provide nourishment and waste removal for both dermal andepidermal cells.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dermis

Live improv set on Symbiose CIBL

Photography © Christopher Steven Wormald

France was invited to perform a live set during Symbiose,
a radio program dedicated to experimental and avant-garde music.

Hosted by Eric Boivin and Albérick who like to share their  latest musical “coup de coeur” as well as discuss the Montreal music scene.

France performed a new short piece entitled “dégel”. A podcast of the show is available here.

framework on resonance.fm – 07.29.2012

This sunday on Framework  resonance.fm : “these are few of my favorite things”  by  France Jobin

/*framework*/ – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley.

framework broadcasts:
– sunday, 11pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm
– tuesday, 12:30pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm
– wednesday, 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero
– thursday, 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero
- thursday, 11pm, maribor, si on radio marš 95.9fm
– friday, 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm
– saturday, 11am, new york state, us on wgxc 90.7fm

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This week is the last regular edition before the usual summer break of framework:afield,
as well as my last segment of “these are a few of my favorite things”.

This edition of “my favorite things”, is devoted to a particular live event that happened in Montreal in May 2011, and i was lucky enough to attend.

The artists featured are Herman Kolgen, Olivier & Urban9 and Orla Wren.
tune in and enjoy!

Welcome to  “these are a few of my favorite things”, the last segment of 2012.

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based works, is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find  artists who have mastered  their unique identity through the music of sound.

Musique d’impression

Three composers, here and abroad, two live performances and a presentation of audio book.
The young and dynamic organization of electroacoustic music Ekumen Montreal, is investing again, in an intimate and unusual presentation, this time,  music, printing and its surroundings.

The event invaded , the  book binding studio of  Cecile Cote, a small universe of stories printed, ready to be told,  to take life and mix with the presence and the imagination of each .

Ekumen offered a unique opportunity for Montrealers to visit or revisit Geographic Words, the sound performance of the internationally acclaimed multidisciplinary artist Herman Kolgen, to get carried away by the merger Sieste05 haunting book, created by the composer Olivier Girouard and graphics by Urban9 or discover through “The underneath of things”, the world premiere of the universe purring and delicate sound of British artist Orla Wren.

Travel, sound and magnetic proximity between artist, audience and venue
Inspired by the intimacy of the place and a magnetic proximity exacerbated with the public, each artist offers a work that manipulates and reinvents the laws of the size, but takes its support on a very human scale. Through a multidirectional interplay, each confronts a series of unexpected encounters solitary or in common.
The public is propelled, elastic jump, a leaping camera revealing voluptuous relative breaths , fragile voice or laughing, without reference to an environment where successive points and leaks resonate.

Three works

Geographic words, the very gripping and poetic performance offset by Herman Kolgen suddenly eradicates our dreams inside our thoughts to bring to light and melt back into the mass of sound that envelops us.

Facing the book Sieste05 Olivier Girouard & Urban9, connected by Cecile herself, our daydreams find the comfort of their intimate loneliness and gives way to a sound space that forms the imagination.

The underneath of things, the performance of Orla Wren Music is specially created for printing. The artist is inspired by the real machine tools and workshop revealing macroscopic details , often hidden around us, and its profound effect on the sensory experience of life, to listen and to hear.

Playlist + additional info below

Tracks                                    Artists & Websites

Geographic words                            Herman Kolgen  –  www.kolgen.net
sieste_05                                           Olivier & Urban9 – www.ekumen.com
The underneath of things               Orla Wren           – www.orlawren.com

Ekumen is an organisation that facilitates the gathering of artists and the exploration of sound art and electroacoustic music.

Artistic director since December 2010, Olivier Girouard is pursuing Ekumen’s mandate to offer a space for local and international creation and dissemination, as well as supporting the production of works and publications.

Ekumen stands out not only by proposing original listening situations – making music with unusual objects in atypical places, but also through a constant thirst for exchange and the integration of other art forms and techniques. Research, curiosity and the unearthing of a variety of platforms to present work to an audience: these are integral elements of Ekumen’s creativity.

Ekumen moves the soundscapes we speak of – instead of contemplating them, we travel inside.

framework on resonance.fm – 01.30.2011

01.30.2011

This sunday on Framework  resonance.fm : “these are few of my favorite things”  by i8u
/*framework* / – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

framework broadcasts:
– sunday, Jan 30.2011 -10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
– tuesday, Feb.01.2011 – 2pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
– wednesday, Feb.02.2011 – 1am, thessaloniki, gr on cooradio (http://www.cooradio.com)
– wednesday, Feb.02.2011 – 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
– thursday, Feb.03.2011 – 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
– friday, Feb.04.2011 – 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm (http://www.radiocampusbruxelles.org)
– saturday, Feb.05.2011 – 7am, new york state, us on wgxc 90.7fm (http://www.wgxc.org)
– saturday, Feb.05.2011 – 5pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm (http://www.soundartradio.org.uk)

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Framework – i8u – my favorite things (Installment  #7)

Happy New Year and welcome back to  “these are a few of my favorite things”.

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based works, is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find  artists who have mastered  their unique identity through the music of sound.

This 7th installment will  focus on the label DER, Dragon’s eye recordings, based in LA and run by sound artist Yann Novak.

Focusing on limited edition releases by emerging and mid-carrier sound artists, composers and producers, Dragon’s Eye’s goal is to foster personal and artistic relationships with its artists and to function as a meeting ground for its artists to further develop relationships with one another. The curation of the imprint by Novak is done primarily through real world relationships, with some virtual exceptions. By focusing on human interactions and talent, rather than style or genre, Dragon’s Eye’s catalogue has slowly become a melting pot of sounds, processes and practices.

Dragon’s Eye values interconnectedness and encourages it by offering its artists a chance to showcase their own visual concepts, commission artists they have worked with, or recruit Dragon’s Eye’s partners to help create the visual representations for their releases. Through these practices, Dragon’s Eye offers a more personal presentation of its artists for their audience and creates a catalogue that is diverse yet bonded through human collaboration.

Dragon’s Eye Recordings was originally founded by Paul Novak, (Yann Novak’s father), in 1989 as the audio/visual arm of Only Connect…Publications. Paul was and still is a bread baker and avid record collector. Only Connect…Publications was his first venture to self-publish his bread recipes. Through his new publishing company, Paul designed his book on a Apple Plus computer, commissioned a friend and artist to create the painting for the cover, and recruited a musician to compose an original work to accompany bread making. Due to his love and passion for both music and record collecting, Paul created Dragon’s Eye Recordings to compliment his publishing company. All of these pursuits had a strong impact on his son who would later relaunch the label in 2005 and try to stay true to these communal values endowed in the label.

DER,

Yann Novak

Artists , Track, Album on DER , Websites

  1. Shinkei , Untitled, Static Forms, www.yugen-art.org
  2. Pierre Gérard , wooden mouldings for the assembly (to Constantin Brancusi),  Static Forms, www.pierregerard.eu
  3. Fourm, Seagram Series, Clean Forms sicomm (for Mark Rothko), www.myspace.com
  4. Turra, Alluminium.Zinc, Clean Forms, www.navenight.com
  5. Tomas Phillips and Jason Bivins, Ohne Titel 2, Blau, www.incursion.org/phillips
  6. Mimoza Moize, Live at unit 3.03, Live at unit 3.03, www.mimosamoize.com
  7. Simon Whetham, 02 Part (Paths, Crossings), prayers unheard, www.simonwhetham.co.uk
  8. Yann Novak, The breeze blowing, Infrequency Editions, www.yannnovak.com
    over us

Additional info about  featured album and tracks

Artist, Track Title, Album

1- Shinkei, Untitled, Static Forms, see #4*

2 – Pierre Gérard , wooden mouldings for the assembly (to Constantin Brancusi), Static Forms

In lieu of a traditional album description, the artists and Dragon’s Eye Recordings offer the following quotations.

“The silence that I manufacture, hears only my ears. like these lengthened forms, often.”
– Pierre Gerard

“Le silence, c’est la meilleure production qu’on puisse faire, parce qu’il se propage : on ne le signe pas et tout le monde en profite.”
– Marcel Duchamp

“On peut voir celui qui regarde, mais on ne peut pas entendre celui qui écoute.”
– Marcel Duchamp

“…But now there are silences and the words make help make the silences. I have nothing to say and I am saying it and that is poetry, as i need it. We need not fear the silences, we may love them.”
– John Cage (from Lecture On Nothing)

“Music already enjoys inaudibility.”
– John Cage (from Satie Lecture)

3-Fourm, Seagram Series (for Mark Rothko), Clean Forms, see #4*

4* – Turra, Alluminium.Zinc, Clean Forms

Minimalism, arising from the tide of abstract expressionism of the early 20th century, was one of the signal developments in the art of the 1960’s. Rather than being a defined “movement” as such, minimalism became the fuel for debate that surrounded a new kind of abstraction for the post-war generations. Arguments have prevailed over the precise meaning of the word, and some of the visual artists associated with its original incarnation in the early 60’s firmly rejected it as not being entirely prescriptive of their work – most notably, and ironically one of the movement’s principle exponents, Donald Judd. Overall, the works of the minimalist artists sought out a simplification of format and technique that implied that the work harboured no meaning beyond its material components and the fact of its construction, thereby studiously avoiding the metaphysical claims of the artists of previous generations. Minimalism in the 1960’s became a new, and highly controversial avant garde, producing some of the finest, and most influential artists of the mid 20th century.

The three artists here openly recognise and acknowledge the profound influence of early minimalism on the relatively contemporary field of sound art. The trio of Turra, Shinkei and Fourm have all gained wider recognition for being fundamentally “minimalist”, or “reductionist” in their approach, often producing epically austere pieces that verge on near-silence, a nuanced interaction of minute and discrete elements that actively denigrate them as musical works. Indeed, in the most recent descriptions of their work, the artists themselves often use metaphorical language more readily associated with the visual arts and sculpture. With this in mind, the three artists decided to make recordings alluding to, and partially descriptive of the minimalist artists that they favour most, or have had the most profound influence on their work and imagination. It was decided that each artist would make a sound piece, naming it after a visual work, or an artist (or both) that was highly significant to each of them, translated into sound. We present here the first wave of recordings by each artist, in the hope that it will simultaneously pay homage to a great moment in contemporary art, and also fuel its influence on the next generation of minimalists.

5-Tomas Phillips and Jason Bivins, Ohne Titel , Blau

A marriage of guitar improvisation and through-composition, its immediate reference point beyond lowercase sound art is the work of painter Barnett Newman. His solid color canvases, broken by vertical lines of various shades, reveal an aesthetic preoccupation with minimalist imagery aligned with a reverence for the philosophy of Spinoza. An equally pleasurable matrimony.

6-Mimoza Moize, Live at unit 3.03, Live at unit 3.03

Live at Unit 3.03 is a sequence of sound sketches that were spectrally deconstructed and reconstructed live, with intentions of engaging the listener with the space. Each sound used was mono allowing any stereo effect of movement perceived to be those created from the influence of the space itself.

The nature of performing at Unit 3.03 is generally one of a more domestic gathering than that of a public event. This shared domestic-come-temporary-social situation creates an interesting interaction with the sounds to be heard coming from within and beyond this personal and intimate space. Interestingly, this situation also directs ours attention inwardly to the sounds that we carry with us and outwardly to the ones that people carry with them.

This recording was taken during our very first live performance held at Unit 3.03, where we shared tea, coffee and cake, met old friends and new ones, and shared old stories and made new memories.

7-.Simon Whetham , 02 Part (Paths, Crossings) , prayers Unheard

In February 2010, Simon Whetham was invited to perform at Audio Art in Krakow by Marek Choloniewsky, for which he proposed visiting the city for three or four days prior to the performance in order to record the sounds of the place, to compose a site specific piece for the event.

Whetham stayed in the Kazimierz area of Krakow, the old Jewish area that during the Second World War became a ghetto through Nazi persecution. Walking the streets, he felt a certain sadness and longing that was almost tangible. The buildings, the very fabric of the city there, had to bear witness to the atrocities of that time. The walls still stand, unable to impart their testament to the horrors committed – the roads that bore tanks and trucks that took hordes of innocents to nearby Auschwitz unable to show us the despair of families torn apart…

The Jewish people of Krakow believed their God would save them, and yet they still suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis. Their prayers, along with the sounds of pain and suffering, have long since died away, unheard. But perhaps the stone and metal of the city retains some echo, some imprint from that time…

9- Yann Novak, The breeze blowing over us,  Infrequency Editions

Recorded on one of the hottest days Seattle experienced in 2008, as well as the first weekend Novak spent with his partner, The Breeze Blowing Over Us is based upon a simple recording of a fan beside their bed.

This is Novak’s first solo release on Infrequency and an extremely fine example of his technique for transforming a simple environmental recording into a richly layered, and emotionally tense composition.a box fan is the only sound source)

London UK 06.20.2010 framework

This sunday on framework  resonance.fm :“these are few of my favorite things”  by i8u

/*framework* / – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

*framework*/ broadcasts:
sunday,06.20.10, 10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
tuesday,06.22.10,  2pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
wednesday, 06.23.10, 12am, thessaloniki, gr on cooradio (http://www.cooradio.com)
wednesday, 06.23.10, 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
thursday, 06.24.10, 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
friday, 06.025.10, 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm (http://www.radiocampusbruxelles.org)
saturday, 06.26.10, 5pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm (http://www.soundartradio.org.uk)

Framework – i8u – my favorite things (Installment) #6

Bonjour, I am France Jobin better known as i8u.  Welcome to “these are a few favorite things”.

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based work,
is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find artists who have mastered
their unique identity through the music of sound.

Here we continue with our focus on send and receive, a festival that has taken place in Winnipeg,
Canada for the last 10 years.  We will cover another 9 live performaces from 2005 to 2008.

In the fall of 2009, s+r issued a dvd, 10 years of sound,
what follow are excertps of thoses live performances.

Playlist + additional info below

Performace Dates            Artists & Websites

1. 2005                    Jason Kahn – jasonkahn.net
2. 2005                    Aki Onda – akionda.net
3. 2005                    Bernhard GUNTER – 3X3IS9
http://www.myspace.com/bernhardguenter
http://www.1pt8.com/3x3is9.html
4. 2007                    Scant Intone-
5. 2007                    Crys Cole
6. 2006                    Steve Bates
7. 2006                    Fletcher Pratt
8. 2008                    sawako
9. 2008                    Oren Ambarchi

Additional info:

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London UK 06.06.2010 – framework

This sunday on framework  resonance.fm :“these are few of my favorite things”  by i8u

/*framework* / – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

*framework*/ broadcasts:
sunday,06.06.10, 10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
tuesday,06.08.10,  2pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
wednesday, 06.09.10, 12am, thessaloniki, gr on cooradio (http://www.cooradio.com)
wednesday, 06.09.10, 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
thursday, 06.10.10, 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
friday, 06.011.10, 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm (http://www.radiocampusbruxelles.org)
saturday, 06.12.10, 5pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm (http://www.soundartradio.org.uk)

Framework – i8u – my favorite things (Installment #5)

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based works, is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find artists who have mastered their unique identity through the music of sound.

The next 2 issues of my favorite things will focus on a festival that has taken place in Winnipeg, Canada for the last 10 years. Winnipeg, is basically in the middle of the Canada, a region commonly referred to as the prairies, it is vast and flat. Don’t be fooled, a Winnipeg audience   is knowledgeable and discerning. I had the privilege to play twice at this festival and it remains at the top of my list! This is directly linked to the people I came in contact with while i was there. They are, Steve Bates, Jake Moore, Deanna Radford, Don Bargenda, and the festival is Send and Receive.

In the fall of 2009, S+R issued a dvd of the last 10 years, there is almost 11 hours of audio on it, what follows are excerpts of those live performances.

Playlist + additional info below

Performance Dates,  Artists & Websites

1. fools summons train 1998 – David Grubb
2. 1999 – Lee Ranaldo + Dean Roberts
3. 2000 –  Martin Tétreault – actuellecd.com/en/bio/tetreault_ma
4. 2000 – Oval
5. 2001 – Cindy – actuellecd.com/en/bio/stonge_al
6. 2002 – Tomas Jirku
7. 2002- Michael Dumontier
8. 2003 – Tim Hecker – sunblind.net
9. 2003 – my kingdom for a lullaby
10.2004 – Taylor Deupree – 12k.com

Additional info:

send and receive

South Devon UK 03.19.2010 – framework

March.19.10

This sunday on framework  resonance.fm :“these are few of my favorite things”  by i8u

/*framework* / – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

*framework*/ broadcasts:
sunday, 10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
tuesday, 2pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (http://www.resonancefm.com)
wednesday, 12am, thessaloniki, gr on cooradio (http://www.cooradio.com)
wednesday, 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
thursday, 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero (http://www.radiozero.pt)
friday, 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm (http://www.radiocampusbruxelles.org)
saturday, 5pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm (http://www.soundartradio.org.uk)

Framework – i8u – my favorite things (Installment #4)

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based works, is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find artists who have mastered their unique identity through the music of sound.

This is the 2nd part of “my favorite things” devoted to nvo. The label is nvo, non visual objects, was founded in 2005 by Heribert Friedl and Raphael Moser. In 2007, nvo released : Extract, Portraits of Soundartists, a book and 2 cd’s.

The next hour will be devoted to the 2nd cd’s issued as well as excerpts from the book.
Playlist + additional info below

Playlist + additional info below

Tracks Artists & Websites

1. (hole in a heap), Roel Meelkop – r0m.nl/
2. Split chance ,  Will Montgomery – selvageflame.com
3. Each More Melodious Note , To, Jos Smolders – jossmolder.nl
6. Parallel,  Steinbrüchel – synchron.ch
7. Nature Out,  Nao Sugimoto (mondii) – spekk.net
8. Vierte Beisetzung in Wien, Asmus Tietchens – tietchens.de
9. Scenery of vibration/Listening to the reflection of points, Toshiya Tsunoda – toshiyatsunoda.com
10. Lux Vivens, Ubeboet – con-v.org
11. Geste,  Michael Vorfeld – vorfeld.org

Additional info:

Extract -Portraits of Soundartists nvo 011 (2007)

Introduction

Since we started the label Nonvisualobjects two years ago, many collaborations with artists worldwide have arisen, a large, growing network has evolved and an extensive body of work has been formed that we would like to explore and try to sum up. The book developed from the idea of presenting an extract of artists involved in the current experimental electro-acoustic music scene, often following a rather reduced approach in their work. We would like to present artists that work in different areas in this field of electro-acoustic music, to cover a large spectrum even in this quite specific area.

With essays, interviews, photos, drawings and other materials presented in this book, we try to look at the motivation and intention behind the sound production from different perspectives, to possibly allow for a new/extended approach to this form of music. Many of the artists involved in this project do not exclusively work with sound, but also in other artistic disciplines. In this book we would like to present these other sides of their work to allow crossreferences/crosslinks to open up new aspects of the music.

The chapters consist of collage-like contributions. Images and text should not necessarily be regarded as complete units, but are open to various possibilites of interpretation.

It was not our intention to present a discourse in theories of art and music. It was also not our wish to present a curated work on a specific topic. Instead we wanted to show very personal portraits created by the artists themselves, which describe their way of working, the methodology of their sound production and which also portray the artist’s physical and not only their intellectual environment – where one lives, things of everyday life, things of interest and inspiration.

In the fast moving times of the digital era, it was also our wish to, at least partly, hold on to an analogue medium. Should the inevitable decay of digitally stored media ever lead to the disappearance of much of contemporary art and culture, the possibility to refer to this book would still remain.

Heribert Friedl, Raphael Moser

nonvisualobjects.com

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