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Live Stage: Experimental InterMedia celebrates 43 years

ny-bj261_nibloc_g_20111215184959.jpgExperimental Intermedia celebrates its 43rd Anniversary of performances at 224 Centre Street ::
the Forty-third Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft :: the 39th Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street :: and the Twenty-second Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part Two (or B) :: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 , at 9:00 p.m. :: 24 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013 :: with Koosil-ja and Geoff Matters

212 431 5127 :: 212 431 6430

Mar 26, 2012
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Springerin: Intermedia 2.0

springerin.jpgSpringerin 2/2010: Intermedia 2.0 | Hefte für Gegenwartskunst:

It is impossible to imagine art nowadays without the kind of interdisciplinary and multi-media approaches that began to play a key role in the 1960s. Since then, sculpture, sound, film, theatre, performance and many other branches have embarked on a broad spectrum of different kinds of fusion with pictorial forms. Recently, such “inter-mediality” has been given an additional boost thanks to new notions of creativity. It might be argued, albeit somewhat over-stating the point, that media-specific working methods have been replaced by more overarching types of production that short-circuit fairly disparate realms with each other. “Inter-creativity”, a paradigm of working methods located in the zone between individual disciplines, has begun to take the place of traditional models of creativity. “Intermedia 2.0”, produced in cooperation with Vienna’s “departure” initiative, examines the potentials and promises to be found in these broader concepts of media and creativity. Continue reading

May 3, 2010
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Live Stage: Joseph Butch Rovan [us Providence, RI]

rov.jpg Let Us Imagine a Straight Line by Joseph Butch Rovan, featuring dancer Ami Shulman — A multi-movement intermedia project for interactive image, sound, and performance — one in a series of Studies in Movement :: October 17 – November 8, 2009 :: Opening: October 16; 5:00 pm :: Digital Humanites Lab (lower floor), Cogut Center for the Humanities, Pembroke Hall, 172 Meeting Street, Providence, RI.

Studies in Movement is a series of intermedia études based in part on the unique visual legacy of the great French physiologist Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904). From his pioneering work with graphical recording devices to his work with stop-action photography, Marey sought to break down locomotion in order to learn how humans and animals moved in the natural world. Continue reading

Sep 25, 2009
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“Lines” by Daan Brinkmann


LINES – an intermediary installation by Daan Brikmann (2008): An interactive work of art can not be autonomous, as it is shaped through a dialogue with its audience. This principle forms the explicit point of departure for this work, in which the physical relations between its participants form the parameters for a live audiovisual piece. — Daan Brinkmann

Sep 4, 2009
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Live Stage: 24 Fragments | MiSS Four [uk Belfast]

map.jpgMiSS Four – An improvisatory challenge from the Sonic Arts Research Centre :: February 21, 2009; 1:00 – 3:00 pm (free): Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast.

This event forms part of 24 Fragments – 24 hours of music, neuroscience and performance at 24 sites across the UK. SARC will be linked with all 24 UK sites, but will have a direct artistic exchange with Bristol’s watershed where poetry and voice works by Bristol based performers, led by Hewlett Packard South West fellow Ralph Hoyte will be presented.

Sound artist Paul Stapleton, violinist Gascia Ouzounian and improvisers Pedro Rebelo and Franziska Schroeder will be teaming up for a feast of sonic explorations during the 24 Fragments event, a 24-hour festival funded by The Wellcome Trust. The concert will take place in the unique Sonic Laboratory, a purpose-built, variable acoustic space, known for its experiments in sound diffusion and ground-breaking compositional and performance work. Continue reading

Feb 16, 2009
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Live Stage: MiniOptoSonic Tea [us Brooklyn]

andre2.jpgMiniOptoSonic Tea — Live sets by André Gonçalves (Portugal) (live visuals and sound) and Richard Garet (live visuals and sound) :: December 4, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Diapason, 882 Third Avenue, 10th floor, Brooklyn (Sunset Park).

André Gonçalves (Portugal) works across the fields of visual arts, music, video, installation and performance. Originally trained in Graphic Design alongside his commercial work he has been developing several applications in Max-MSP, flash, java and C++ along with various experimentations in the analog world. Since 2002, he has been refining his ‘do it yourself’ approach to electronics, experimenting with sensor interfaces, old and new hardware and various techniques to create intermedia pieces. Continue reading

Dec 2, 2008
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Live Stage: Non-Event [us Boston]

288_bosetti.jpgNon-Event and Axiom present ALESSANDRO BOSETTI (performing Mask Mirror, a sound-speech set), CORRIDORS + AREA C :: October 19, 2008; 8:00 pm :: AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media, 141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.

ALESSANDRO BOSETTI is a composer and sound artist. He works on the musicality of spoken words and unusual aspects of spoken communication and produced text-sound compositions featured in live performances, radio broadcasts and published recordings. In his work he moves on the line between sound anthropology and composition often including translation and misunderstanding in the creative process. Continue reading

Oct 8, 2008
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Live Stage: Tribute to Phill Niblock [us NYC]

phillniblock.jpgTribute to Phill Niblock – An Evening in Celebration of Phill Niblock’s 75th Birthday :: October 1, 2008; 7:30 pm :: Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue, New York.

Anthology presents an evening in celebration of intermedia composer, artist and pillar of the downtown arts community Phill Niblock, on the night before he turns 75. A multitude of artists from among the hundreds Niblock has worked with, produced or befriended over his forty-plus-year career in the art and contemporary music world will present brief interventions in tribute to his life and oeuvre. Ranging from live performances in dance, poetry and music, to film and video works, to recorded music or performance, this promises to be a truly one-of-a-kind intermedia night. Continue reading

Sep 30, 2008
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Live Stage: non visual objects [us Seattle]

tehuur2.jpgSMAC Soundings – non visual objects: Limit by Tomas Phillips and F_lake by Heribert Friedl … in conjunction with the opening of Don’t You F#{%ING Look At Me! September 12 – October 31, 2008 :: Opening Reception: September 12; 6-10:00 pm :: 911 Seattle Media Arts Center, 402 9th Ave N (at Harrison), Seattle, Washington.

Heribert Friedl is an Austrian sound/ visual /sensory artist based in Vienna. he studied sculpture at the university of applied arts in Vienna. Working with scents and its non visual phenomenons in combination with sounds. He has had exhibitions, sound performances and projects in cities of Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, England, Italy, the US, Cuba, and Austria. Continue reading

Aug 29, 2008
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Jon Rose’s “Ball Project” [au Melbourne]

bg_projects_ball.jpgSphere Of Influence – The Ball Project: Music, chance and games by Jon Rose.

Best known for his work on, around and about the violin, Jon Rose is a global performer, presenting his group and solo projects regularly in over 30 countries. He brings over 25 years experience pioneering the use of digital technology in live music performance to the Ball Project and this Festival outcome Sphere of Influence. The ball as symbol is universally recognised. A ball flying through space has an inherent mystery; it replicates our lonely and insecure position in the universe. To sport fans, the ball verges on being a sacred object. Ball games, especially in this sport-obsessed city, are nearly a religious rite. The earth is our favourite ball – our future on it less than certain. Continue reading

Sep 28, 2007
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