27 02 2009
#2082

Cameron Jamie

Dear friends,

It is a great pleasure to announce that Sea Urchin has joined forces with Californian/Parisian artist Cameron Jamie. From now on we will distribute the last available copies of some of Cameron's beautiful artist's books, which have been manufactured in limited editions. Cameron Jamie grew up in Los Angeles and has lived in Paris for eight years now. His work covers a wide range of media, varying from drawings to film and from installations to music. Jamie took part in the 2006 Whitney Biennial and was the Artist in Focus at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2008. Together with Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy (among others) Jamie is a member of the artists’ band The Gobbler. Throughout his work Jamie explores ritualized and sublimated violence: Detroit spook houses, Austrian Krampus rituals, noise, backyard wrestling by Los Angeles teenagers, a Joan of Arc celebration in Orléans. Jamie’s films, drawings, installations, music, and editions tap into the subconscious layers of our psyches and societies. Violence and rawness go hand in hand with elegance and sensitivity.
http://www.sea-urchin.net/books/jamie

Also new on the Sea Urchin website are a couple of new trips, including Charlemagne Palestine's fantastic "Island Song" and The Incredible String Band's film "The Pirate & The Crystal Ball".
http://www.sea-urchin.net/trips.html

all the best,

Ben Schot

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26 02 2009
#2081

ARTE interview

Peter Rehberg, Gisèle Vienne and I were interviewed about our collaborations over the past few years by the French/German television station ARTE. This featurette will be broadcast Tuesday 3rd March at 730PM. www.arte.tv/

26 02 2009
#2080
25 02 2009
#2079
25 02 2009
#2078

O))) Shoshin London incense ingredients list

Hi Stephen,

This is the recipe for “Thee Grimm Robes Incense”

It was gathered and prepared over a seven day period in the mountains and forests of North Wales and the urban metropolitan kaos of Waterloo , London....

Oak Bark, Elder Bark , Ash Leaf, Mountain Ash Berry, Mistletoe, Elder leaf , Lime Flower ,Woodruff ,Yarrow ,Hawthorn leaf ,Fennel Seed , Chamomile Flower ,Patchouli Leaf , Mugwort ,Frankincense Gum ,Mastic Gum ,Copal Gum ,Sandarac ,Damar ,Myrrh Gum, Birch Tar Resin , Galbanum Resin ,Benzoin Resin ,Acacia Gum ,Cedarwood Oil ,Cinnamon Oil , Sandalwood Oil ,Vetivert Oil ,Patchouli Oil ,Honey ,A dramm of fine Scottish single Malt Whisky ,Blood ,Hashish ,Graveyard Dirt and Thee Light ov a Magickal Moon....

Blessed Be

Best Wishes

Mark

25 02 2009
#2077

Arch Daily Tree hotel / Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter

By Nico Saieh — Filed under: Featured , Hotels and Restaurants , Hotel, Sweden, Terrace, Tham & Videgård Hansson, Wood

An interesting concept for a camouflaged hotel on a tree by Swedish architects Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter:

The concept is to create a shelter up in the trees, a lightweight aluminum structure hung around a tree trunk, boxes clad in mirrored glass, 4×4x4 meters. The exterior reflects the surroundings and the sky, creating a camouflaged refuge. The interior is all made of plywood and the windows give a 360 degree view.

The functions provides a living for two people, a double bed, a small kitchen and bathroom, a living room and roof terrace. The access to the cabin is by a rope ladder or a rope bridge.

To prevent birds fly into the windows, transparent stickers, visible for birds, will be added to the facades.

From Arch Daily

24 02 2009
#2076

SUNN O))) @ CORSICA

Thanks to Adrian, Tos, Emil & Andy for the amazing help and work. Hail to London!

Photo: Thee Claw

20 02 2009
#2075
14 02 2009
#2073

Fearless

Fearless (Waters, Gilmour) 6:08

You say the hill's too steep to climb
Climb it.
You say you'd like to see me try
Climbing.

You pick the place and I'll choose the time
And I'll climb
That hill in my own way.
Just wait a while for the right day.
And as I rise above the tree lines and the clouds
I look down, hearing the sound of the things you've said today.

Fearlessly the idiot faced the crowd
Smiling.
Merciless the magistrate turns 'round
Frowning.

And who's the fool who wears the crown?
And go down,
in your own way
And every day is the right day
And as you rise above the fear-lines in his brow
You look down, hearing the sound of the faces in the crowd.

14 02 2009
#2072

ULVER live

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE NORWEGIAN FESTIVAL OF LITERATURE FEBRUARY 12 2009

The Norwegian Festival of Literature proudly presents:

ULVER LIVE AT MAIHAUGSALEN, LILLEHAMMER, SATURDAY MAY 30 2009

Once amongst the pioneers of Norwegian black metal, now living legends of dark experimental music, ULVER are today one of Norway's most acclaimed international artists. While remaining something of a secret treasure back home, a long series of strong releases, most recently the album Shadows of the Sun (2007), has earned them a unique status worldwide.

ULVER have since their first album been exclusively a studio band. This being their first live performance in 15 years, the concert at Lillehammer is a historic event.

A statement from the band: Last year Mr. Stig Sæterbakken approached us with an offer to play live at the Norwegian Festival of Literature, and after long consideration we have decided to accept the invitation. We go to the job with great humility and horror. Ulver, Oslo, February 11 2009.

NOTE: Limited number of tickets. Reservation at www.billettservice.no.

ULVER HOMEPAGE
ULVER MYSPACE

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