[Experimental-intermedia] Exp Intermedia March concerts

Phill Niblock pniblock at compuserve.com
Thu Mar 10 19:19:19 UTC 2016

The Forty-second Anniversary of EI performances at 224Centre Street, The Forty-seventh Anniversary of the Founding of ExperimentalIntermedia, the Forty-seventh Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and,not least, The Twenty-sixth Annual Festival  with no fancy name, Part Two(or B)      
Phill Niblock, curator                   March 2016     
Peter Wießenthaner (Frankfurt am Main)             Wednesday 16                                                 
Hitmachine •SOUND and COLOUR • for filter sounds, bass- and piccolo-glissando flutes,animation, 4 loudspeakers, 1 subwoofer; filters unite a compactpercussion-sound-like machine; Hitmachine is a dynamic system in MAX and isrunning independently, without repetition and generates a connection of toneand picture in an almost infinite variation; sounds from bass- andpiccolo-glissando-flutes flank the main stream of the filter-sounds; thesound-data generate coloured lines and place them in the screen - Hitmachine,work in progress www.wiessenthaner.de
John Wiese (Los Angeles)               Thursday 17                                                                       
Works primarilyin sound with a focus on installation and multi-channel diffusions, as well asscoring for large ensembles; he will be presenting new sounds recorded atINA/GRM's studio
http://www.john-wiese.com/      http://johnwiese.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLPIU_2o6JkZ11uL6pP8MAYdlMz49lQXtL&v=6VeKVW9qcMI
Byron Westbrook (New York)              Friday 18                                                                   
Premiering new electronic works for two, three, and four-channelaudio; featuring experiments with phase relationships, synthesized ASMR, fakefield recordings, and the occasional no-downbeat-rhythm byronwestbrook.com
Michael Lytle (New York)             Wednesday 23                                                                       
POOL is a groupof composer/performers, one each from a major instrumental group:      
Strings -Stephanie Griffin, viola; Reeds - Michael Lytle, bass and contra bassclarinets; Percussion - Denman Maroney, piano; Voice - Dafna Naphtali, voiceand electronics; Brass - Steve Swell, trombone
Babeth M. VanLoo (Amsterdam)     A Video Event              Thursday 24                                      
The media-artistand filmmaker will show several video installations:
1- Meditation /Radiation, 3 channels; 17 min - Kobe Japan, Paro Bhutan, Amsterdam; 2- ArtLiberation - In me, in you: 7 min - mixed media, and live performance; 3-Joseph Beuys - Das Kapital; 24 min - Mixed media - a: Venice Biennale, Beuysinstalling Das Kapital, no dialogue, music score by Charles Neville; b: Beuysdiscussing his broadened concept of art; As part of this centerpiece, Babethinvites you for a dialogue about her teacher, Beuys, his legacy and visionabout the democratization of money versus the monopolization of capital
Marica Radojčićand Miroslav Miša Savić (Belgrade) A Video Event   Friday 25                       
Music Hologram – Nikola Tesla, an audio-visualproject; Miša (audio - his first published CD) and Marica (visual ambience – videoand 3D animations) were inspired by Nikola Tesla:his inventions and experiments (high voltage electricity, artificial lightings,Tesla coil) as well as his intriguing personality (rare ability of mentalvisualisation, phobias and obsessions, particularly that one with numbers – thenumber 3 playing an important role); following Tesla’s ideas Marica examinesthe cognitive role of images, forgotten for centuries, but everywhere acceptedin ancient cultures   https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=kR7xow31DuY, https://youtu.be/dP40QA22a-8
Andrew Neumann  (US)      A Video Event                           Saturday 26                                      
Three (or Four)Video Projections: An evening of live video/musicalinteractions: “Craneology V3”:  shot from one window over threeyears, a meditation on labor, construction, and weather patterns -“Double/Psycho”: a formal reconstruction of Hitchcock’s film and VanSant’s remake, a truly new psycho emerges - “Split:Riddle”, are-examination of the opening scene from “The Killers”, one of the finest (and)most confusing of all film noir’s; “Streaming Fields of LavaLamps”: a meditation on lava lamps, asparagus, andchairlifts.…it’s that obvious;  
Live musical andinteractive video switching included throughout
www.adneumann.com        https://soundcloud.com/andrew-neumann        
Screen Compositions 12: curated by Katherine Liberovskaya             Monday 28                                      
Now in its twelfth year - the 2016 editionof Screen Compositions presents, as every time, an excitingcollection of intersections of moving image with sonic art; a programof screen works representing dynamic two-way collaborations betweenvideo/film artists and sound/music artists specifically intended forsingle-channel projection with no live or performance component; featuringcollaborations by: Nayantara Bhattacharya Reed / Rick Reed; Nathalie Bujold /Isabelle Bozzini (Bozzini Quartet) + Taylor Brook; Kenneth Curwood / JonasReinhardt; Richard Garet / Daniel Neumann; Katherine Liberovskaya / PhillNiblock; Jeanne Liotta / Zach Layton; Diane Ludin / Dan Vatsky / Gill Arno;Claire Willemann / Julien Pauthier; Elaine Wood / Rick Breault
Our programs are supported by The David & SylviaTeitelbaum Fund, Inc, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the PhaedrusFoundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support ofGovernor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature
224 CentreStreet at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013   212 431 5127, 431 6430
www.experimentalintermedia.organd www.XIrecords.org     9pm   
XI CDs are nowavailable for sale on the www.XI Records.org website:
Phill Niblock -Four Full Flutes (XI 101); Lois V Vierk - Simoom (XI 102); Guy Klucevsek -Flying Vegetables Of The Apocalypse (XI 104); David Behrman - Unforeseen Events(XI 105); Tom Johnson - Music For 88 (Xi 106); Mary Jane Leach - CelestialFires (Xi 107); Fast Forward - Same Same (XI 108); Ellen Fullman - Body Music(XI 109); Jackson Mac Low - Open Secrets (XI 110); Phill Niblock - Music ByPhill Niblock (XI 111); Allison Cameron - Raw Sangudo (XI 112); Daniel Goode -Clarinet Songs (XI 113); Mary Ellen Childs - Kilter (XI 114); Richard Lainhart- Ten Thousand Shades Of Blue (XI 115); Peter Zummo - Experimenting WithHousehold Chemicals (XI 116); Logos Duo - Logos Works (XI 117); AnneaLockwood/Ruth Anderson - Sinopah (XI 118); Eliane Radigue - Trilogie De La Mort(XI 119); Malcolm Goldstein - The Seasons: Vermont (XI 120); Phill Niblock -YPGPN (XI 121); Paul Panhuysen - Partitas For Long Strings (XI 122); TomJohnson - The Chord Catalogue (XiI 123); Ellen Band - 90% Post Consumer Sound(Xi 124); Philip Corner - 40 Years And One (Xi 125); Gen Ken Montgomery -Pondfloorsample (XI 126); Michael J. Schumacher - Room Pieces (Xi 127); AlanLicht - A New York Minute (XI 128); David Behrman - My Dear Siegfried (XI 129);Warren Burt - The Animation Of Lists And The Archytan Transpositions (XI 130);Matt Rogalsky - Memory Like Water (XI 131); David Watson - Fingering An Idea(XI 132); Michael J. Schumacher - Five Sound Installations (XI 133) (Dvd-Rom);David First – Privacy Issue (XI 134); Charlie Morrow – Toot! (XI 135); MichaelVincent Waller – The South Shore (XI 136); Ulrich Krieger - /RAW:ReSpace/ (XI137); 
Coming Soon:Releases By Leslie Ross (XI 138)
The FollowingReleases Are 2 Cds For The Price Of 1: XI 115, XI 121, XI 126, XI 127, XI 128,XI 129, XI 130, XI 131, XI 132, XI 136; The Following Releases Are 3 Cds ForThe Price Of 2: XI 119, XI 134, XI 135
March 11-15: Mise-en-Abyme: Blurring Boundaries between Real andAudiovisual 
a solo exhibition by Katherine Liberovskaya
Opening: Friday March 11,2016, reception for the artist at 7pm
Open to the public SaturdayMarch 12 and Sunday March 13, between 4 - 7 pm
At Harvestworks, 596 Broadway#602, New York , NY 10012;  212-431-1130
Katherine Liberovskaya, mostoften active in experimental video and live video improvisation withexperimental music composers and musicians, presents two sculpturalclosed-circuit object-video-audio installation works from her on-going seriesshe calls "Strange Loops (between Real and Audiovisual)". Combiningcertain material elements with simple movement mechanisms, their real-timeelectronic image and sound capture and playback, as well as video and audiofeedback, these hybrid works obscure the limits between physical and mediareality.
Two special concerts at EI after the main festival:
Emanuel Pimenta(Switzerland-Brazil-Portugal-Italy)                Tuesday March 29
METAMORPHOSIS |opera for inner voices by emanuel pimenta | libretto by rené berger - his lastwork | world première | 7 continents | 70 cities | 77 radio stations | 40countries | covering c. 57,510,000 sq miles (c. 148,940,000 km2) through c.24,859 miles (c. 40,007 km) | in 40 minutes | 1 act | made in 7 years (2009-2016) | music score on Bucky Fuller's dymaxion | anopera for inner voices, radios and the sound of planet earth captured at anorbital track of around 300 miles (500 km) of altitude  | celebrating thecentennial of René Berger | http://www.emanuelpimenta.net/Berger100/metamorphosis
Gustavo Matamoros (Miami/Venezuela)                                                                                                                Friday April 1
CTURNS50 - An evening-long piecein four channels emerging from multiple recorded sound sources, some generatedfrom scratch in the studio and some recorded in urban and natural settings suchas the Florida Everglades  www.subtropics.org/gustavomatamoros
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