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Live Stage: Furthernoise Radio [uk Bristol]

bcfm.jpgFURTHERNOISE RADIO on BCFM 93.2 FM – Online Stream :: October 23, 22.00-23.00 BST (+1GMT) :: Repeated October 24, 9-10 am :: Go here for your own location time.

Tonight’s programme features Bristol noise duo Benzer, master of the drone Tuba Tom Heasley, Formication, Hassan Khan, Stephan Mathieu, Luca Formentini, Icelandic instrumental ensemble Amiina, the legendary Harry Parch and a new ‘My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts’ remix. As always we also have a live online visual mix from our regular VJ’s Grazmaster & Neil. To get the radio stream and the online visual mixing open 2 browser windows with the following URLs in each window. Subscribe to our podcasts of current and past programmes from the radio menu of the site.


Oct 23, 2007
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Live Stage: Force Field [uk London]

forcefield.jpgForce Field by Ray Lee :: November 21, 2007; 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm :: Institute of Contemporary Art, London.

An exciting new performance installation from the internationally acclaimed sound artist Ray Lee. By interacting with the electromagnetic ‘force field’ that surrounds the theremin (the instrument you play without touching), Lee activates and controls a series of kinetic sound machines, creating music and movement from the ether. Somewhere between a Victorian illusion, a performance of electronic music and a scientific demonstration, Force Field is an exploration of invisible forces made tangible, audible and physical. This new work follows on from his highly successful installation performance Siren, which was recently featured at the British Council International Showcase in Edinburgh and at the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz.


Oct 23, 2007
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Network: Call for Work [uk Kent]

interference-mick11.jpgNetwork – November 20, 2007 :: Canterbury Christ Church University, Broadstairs Campus, Northwood Road, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 2WA, England :: Call for Works :: Deadline: November 2, 2007.

A network is any system of interconnected points / locations, nodes, which become greater, augmented, than when in isolation. While emphasis is most often placed on the nodes, it is the connections / links / lines / flows, the spaces between, the hinterland of the network, and their resulting mesh / matrix, which provides the site, means and context for the networks ability to transfer and transform. Similarly art can be thought of as a space in-between: “The work of art occupies a pivotal point between two sets of behaviour, the artist’s and the spectator’s. It is essentially a matrix, the substance between. It exists nether for itself nor by itself.” (Ascott, R. 2003, Telematic Embrace) Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Chicago Calling Arts Festival [us Chicago]

chicago.jpgDuring the 2nd Annual Chicago Calling Arts Festival – October 24 – 27, 2007 – Chicago-based artists will showcase performances and projects that involve collaborations with artists living in other locations—here in the U.S. and in other countries worldwide. The collaborations between Chicago-based artists and those living elsewhere will be prepared, improvised, or a combination of both. For instance, a Chicago-based poet will be collaborating with a visual artist from Virginia, a Chicago-based ensemble will be collaborating with a musician from New York, and so on. Some of the performances will involve live feeds between Chicago and elsewhere. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Screen Music [it Florence]

screenmusic.jpgSCREEN MUSIC 2: Mechanical cinema-veritè, circuit bending, electric / electronic audio-video :: Festival della Creatività :: 25 – 28 October 2007 :: Fortezza da Basso – Teatrino Lorenese, Florence :: Free entrance – Screen Music is a project born from an idea of Gianni De Simone and curated by Marco Mancuso founder and director of Digicult and Andrea Mi, director of Videominuto.

Screen Music is part of the program of the Creativity Festival, an event promoted by the Tuscan Region and organized by Fondazione Sistema Toscana. With an exhibition space of approximately 40,000 square meters, 400 events, 1,600 artists and speakers from over 40 countries around the world, the Festival program includes meetings and debates with great representatives of modern culture, the world of art and design, and the Italian and international music scenes. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Upgrade! Warsaw [pl Poland]

upgrade_warsaw.jpgUpgrade! Warsaw: Jarek Grzesica: Upgrading Myself (with the Digital Community – Warsaw Electronic Festival) :: October 28, 2007; 5:00 pm :: Dziekanka (dormitory of The Academy of Music), 58/60 Krakowskie Przedmieście, Warsaw, Poland :: informal and free.

“Why is WEF still alive? I need it, I have no time to listen to music on CD and no time to go to a concert. But music and media art is part of my life so I decided that it is much easier to put art on the schedule, to organize concerts and to administrate an online library of free music, to meet artists and to be an artist; this is my way of upgrading myself. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Non-Event [us Boston]

250ottavi.jpgNon-Event presents an evening of experimental music featuring JULIEN OTTAVI, SETH CLUETT, MIKE BULLOCK :: October 26, 2007, 8 – 10 pm :: Studio Soto, 63 Melcher St. Boston, MA :: 617-426-7686 :: Suggested donation $5 – $10.

JULIEN OTTAVI is one of the most adventurous and extreme members of a new generation of European sound artists. Ottavi studied sound and photography at the art school of Nantes. He is a founding member of Formanex, an electro-acoustic quartet performing graphic scores from the 20th and 21st centuries, including works by Cardew, Cage, Wolff, Feldman, Brown, and Ralf Wehowsky, as well as the founder of the Nantes-based experimental music organization Apo33 (responsible for running the label Fibrr among other activities). He has releases on Erstwhile, Erratum, Fibrr, Sigma Editions, and Sirr Records. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Heard Laboratories [us Boston]

soto.jpgSOUND @ SOTO VIII: Heard Laboratories (extended multichannel version) by ERNST KAREL :: October 24, 2007, 8 – 10 pm :: Studio Soto, 63 Melcher St. Boston, MA :: 617-426-7686 :: Suggested donation $5 – $10.

Heard Laboratories is a sonic investigation into the interior spaces of scientific research environments at Harvard University. It presents unprocessed audio recordings made in laboratories and facilities involved in high-level research in a wide range of areas, including atmospheric science; auditory cognition; cognitive evolution (primates); astrophysics; chemistry, including organometallic chemistry; electron microscopy and nanoscale physics; genetics; etc. The background sounds of a technological society are brought to the fore. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Three Mantras [us Boston]

soto2.jpgSOUND @ SOTO IX: Three Mantras – solos by Bhob Rainey, Vic Rawlings and Greg Kelley :: October 25, 2007; 8 pm :: Studio Soto, 63 Melcher St. Boston, MA :: 617-426-7686 :: Suggested donation $5 – $10.

Bhob Rainey’s music has become a model in the world of experimental sound. He is the founder of both nmperign (with trumpeter Greg Kelley) and the BSC, which he also directs. Collaborations with musicians such as Ralf Wehowsky, Le Quan Ninh, Gunter Mueller, and Lionel Marchetti, dancers Nicole Bindler and Yukiko Nakamura, and filmmakers Loren Boyer, Harvey Benschoter, and William Pisarri highlight Rainey’s broad experience and outline a complex body of work that continues to expand and surprise. Continue reading


Oct 22, 2007
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Cute or Creepy?

songs.jpgKitakyushu Biennial ’07 presents CUTE OR CREEPY?, A *CANDY FACTORY PROJECT – Featuring the following artists, musicians and companies in collaboration with TAKUJI KOGO:

John Miller, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries Frederico Baronello and Associazione Turistica Pro-Loco di Lampedusa, Keiichi Miyagawa and Toto Ltd., Sean Snyder, Hiroyuki Hanada, Mike Bode & Staffan Schmidt, and *CANDY FACTORY F/Thomas Bayrle.

Exhibition : Ex-JR Kyushu office bldg :: until October 31, 2007 :: Directed by Keiichi Miyagawa +Takuji Kogo :: INSTALLATION VIEWS :: Special Guest Appearance Hiroyuki Handa; Live at Moji-Ko on October 21. More information here.


Oct 19, 2007
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