[Experimental-intermedia] EI March schedule

Phill Niblock pniblock at compuserve.com
Mon Mar 11 13:58:42 UTC 2013

The Fortieth Anniversary of EI performances at 224Centre Street, The Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Founding of ExperimentalIntermedia, the Forty-fifth Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, notleast,
The Twenty-fourth Annual Festival  with no fancyname, Part Two (or B)               
 Phill Niblock, curator           
Walter Branchi (Italy)                Thursday14
I think of music in a systemic way; I think of my music as a single, great compositionformed of parts that can be performed separately but are not isolated from oneanother; I think of my music as a whole (as an “Intero”), which will take my entire life to compose and whichwill never be completed; “Un grandecanto,” where every part includes the whole and is included by it; whatI am going to present tonight are three recent parts of Intero -  In memoriam György Ligeti -Sensibile - Behold.; and a time lapse video: Blue Mountain Lake that KristinJones has been working on that is set to my music     www.walter-branchi.com
Krzysztof Knittel and Andrei Smirnov(Poland and Russia)              Friday15
Smirnov, playing 3D Theremin+ MaxMSP; Knittel, playing interactive monochord (based on infra-red beams),iPhone and iPad - will perform three pieces: Brain Jazz 2, El. Free improv2, Free for(m) Macwin 3 (Brain Jazz 2 is a performance/installation basedon interactive brain-wave biofeedback system - all processes depend on mimicsof the face of the performer) asmir.info   knittel.wizya.net       https://vimeo.com/16889938        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6B6s8Ctjcs
Cat Lamb (USA)              Sunday17
shade/gradient- viola, voice, formant/filtered oscillators
Dan Joseph (USA)               Tuesday19
TheBrooklyn-based composer performs works for electro-acoustic hammer dulcimer andfield recordings with guest artist Andrea Williams      http://www.danjoseph.org
Grahame Weinbren (USA)             Sunday24 
Letters consistsof an indeterminate number of films, each one minute in duration, andconnected―in one way or another―with a letter of the alphabet. It is a kind oftest-ground for ideas about cinema, both technical and conceptual, but also foranother kind of idea, the externalization of an inner life, inasmuch as that tiredphrase describes anything
Screen Compositions 9 - Curated by Katherine Liberovskaya            Monday25
The ninth edition of Screen Compositions is once again a collectionof intersections of moving image with sonic art; a program of screen worksrepresenting dynamic two-way collaborations between video/ film artists andsound/ music artists specifically intended for single-channel projection withno live or performance component; featuring collaborations by: Nathalie Bujold/ Gerard Leckey + Lary 7; Nisi Jacobs / Michael Schumacher; Chris Jordan / DokGregory;  Katherine Liberovskaya /Guy de Bievre; Diane T Tremblay / Sylvie Chenard; Ursula Scherrer / Brian Chase;Joel Schlemowitz / Rebecca Moore; Elaine Wood / Rick  Breault; Erik Z / Brian Chase
Carlos Casas (Spain)              Tuesday26
Aselection of Fieldworks filmsfrom his award winning trilogy End, these fieldworks are video notes in betweenfield recordings and radio frequencies captured in
locationsin some of the most extreme environments on the planet - Patagonia, Aral,Siberia; these single channel films will be followed by a two screenprojection and live soundtrack of Tundra,a film about a day in the life of a reindeer herder community in Siberia        carloscasas.net
Kristin Norderval and Kevin Norton(USA)              Friday29
KN2- an evening of improvisations - Kevin on  percussion andvibes,  and Kristin on acoustic vocals, pre-recorded sounds ofprepared pianos, and live audio processing of all of the above; they are joinedby Katherine Liberovskaya working her magic with live video processing    www.myspace.com/kristinnorderval          www.kevinnorton.com
Our programs aresupported by the New York State Council on the Arts, the Aaron Copland Fund forMusic, The Adam MickiewiczInstitute, Poland and the Phaedrus Foundation
224 Centre Street atGrand, Third Floor, N Y 10013       
9pm         212 431 5127, 431 6430
www.experimentalintermedia.organd www.XIrecords.org
PhillNiblock, Four Full Flutes(XI 101); Lois V Vierk, Simoom (XI 102); Guy Klucevsek, FlyingVegetables Of The Apocalypse (XI 104); DavidBehrman, Unforeseen Events (XI105); Tom Johnson, Music For 88 (XI 106); Mary Jane Leach, Celestial Fires (XI107); FastForward, Same Same (XI 108); Ellen Fullman, Body Music (XI 109); JacksonMac Low, Open Secrets (XI 110); Phill Niblock, Music By Phill Niblock(XI111); Allison Cameron, Raw Sangudo (XI 112); Daniel Goode, Clarinet Songs (XI 113); MaryEllen Childs, Kilter (XI 114); Richard Lainhart, Ten Thousand Shades Of Blue (XI 115); Peter Zummo, ExperimentingWith Household Chemicals (XI 116); LogosDuo, Logos Works (XI 117); Annea Lockwood / Ruth Anderson, Sinopah (XI 118); Eliane Radigue, Trilogie DeLa Mort (XI 119); Malcolm Goldstein,The Seasons: Vermont (XI 120); Phill Niblock, YPGPN (XI 121); PaulPanhuysen, Partitas For Long Strings(XI 122); Tom Johnson, The Chord Catalogue (All The 8178 ChordsPossible In One Octave) (XI 123); EllenBand, 90% Post Consumer Sound (XI124); Philip Corner, 40 Years And One: Philip Corner Plays ThePiano (XI 125); Gen Ken Montgomery,Pondfloorsample (XI 126); Michael J. Schumacher, Room Pieces (XI 127); Alan Licht, A New York Minute(XI 128); David Behrman, My Dear Siegfried (XI 129); Warren Burt, The Animation Of Lists And The Archytan Transpositions (XI130); Matt Rogalsky, Memory Like Water (XI 131); DavidWatson, Fingering An Idea (XI 132); MichaelJ. Schumacher, Five SoundInstallations (XI 133) (DVD-Rom); DavidFirst, Privacy Issue (XI 134); Charlie Morrow, Toot! (XI 135)      www.XIRecords.org
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