29 11 2012
#3178

DUMITRESCU & AVRAM & HYPERION ENSEMBLE at NK Berlin, November 2011 1st day photos

The full gallery form the first day of the SPECTRUM festival 2011 at the great NK venue in Berlin here: http://www.nkprojekt.de/pictures/?album=2&gallery=44

What a great time that was.

28 11 2012
#3177

dark autumn afternoon playlist

Really enjoying these albums (on repeat) and their great sleeves recently

MONOTON "MONOTONPRODUKT 07" 2LP
Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto "summvs" CD
SCIENTIST "In The Kingdom Of Dub" LP
VOMIR "musique de l'indifférence" LP 
LIESA VAN DER AA "Troops" LP + DVD
ANNETTE PEACOCK "x-dreams" LP 
DEREK BAILEY "improvisation n.2" LP 

28 11 2012
#3176

ENSEMBLE PEARL 2LP & CD to be released March 2013

The recordings known as ENSEMBLE PEARL will see the light of day early next year.

New collaborative album featuring core members of SUNN O))) & BORIS and ex-members of GHOST, JESSE SYKES & THE SWEET HEREAFTER, WHITE HEAVEN.

Stephen O'Malley, Atsuo, Michio Kurihara, William Herzog.
Also featuring Eyvind Kang & Timba Harris.
Recorded by Masato Suzuki. Mixed by Randall Dunn. Mastered by Bob Weston.
Featuring beautiful artwork by Simon Fowler and Michał Mozolewski.
Cosmic heavy rock sounds in an area between Link Wray, Earth "Hex", and early Tangerine Dream. Inspired by 50s-70s rock and contemporary music productions.

I'm pleased that they will be released via Drag City in March 2013 on both vinyl (RTI pressing, Stoughton tip on gatefold sleeve, colored vinyl) and digipak CD version, and Daymare via mini-gatefold 2xCD (mono demos as 2nd disc).

Thank you for the interest.

 

27 11 2012
#3175

EARTH added to SUNN O)))'s 16th December Seattle date

We are honored to announce the presence of EARTH at The Neptune on SUNN O)))'s 16th December date. 

Attached is a commemorative poster for the event, will be available in limited edition at the concert. Poster is 22" x 29" two color on black stock printed by Andy/Broken Press. Stefano Gerardi offered/created the beautiful engravure pront art of the bear for/to me earlier this year.

19 11 2012
#3173

FIVE G (Hirijuku vintage/new synthesizer shop) price list KM 2012.AUTUMN

After this, why would Japan need another reason to prove it's magnitude?

www.fukusan.com

18 11 2012
#3172

FEMEN for gay marriage. Catholics start beating the women

"Religious nationalists violently attacked FEMEN sextremists during the protest "In Gay we trust!". The agression of catholics has been stopped by police and members of LGBT community.
FEMEN FRANCE activists decided to attack a homophobic Catholic demonstration in central Paris. Breaking into the crowd dressed as nuns, activists will copiously irrigate the integrist demonstrators with Jesus' semen eroded from balloons. This action aims at spreading progressive ideas of civil and sexual freedom into religious people's minds. FEMEN strongly prohibits religious people to poke their nose into matters such as family, marriage and sexual relations and demand that they do not impose their medieval ideas in modern Europe. In Gay we trust!"

18 11 2012
#3171

Marco Fusinato "The Color of the Sky Has Melted" at ARTSPACE, Sydney 1 November - 9 December 2012

The Color of the Sky Has Melted 
Marco Fusinato

1 November - 9 December 2012

Marco Fusinato’s The Color of the Sky Has Melted is a major solo exhibition of the artist’s recent projects. Referencing the rhetoric of radical politics (its ambitions and failures), noise as music and the frameworks of conceptual art, there is a strong relationship between projects and evidence of a self-perpetuating logic and sustained inquiry in Fusinato’s practice.  

Aetheric Plexus (2009) takes the equipment associated with the spectacle and turns it directly on the viewer in an assault of 13,200 watts of white light and 105 decibels of white noise in an unequivocal action to break the viewer out of their regular encounter with the artwork, by literally situating them in the work. 

In his ongoing series Mass Black Implosion (2007–) Fusinato takes scores by avant-garde composers like Iannis Xenakis and John Cage, and in this case the graphic notation scores of Greek composer Anestis Logothetis, drawing lines from every original note to an arbitrarily chosen point as propositions for new and even more extreme noise compositions. 

In the series, Noise & Capitalism (2010) Fusinato takes a collection of insurrectionary leftist pamphlets from the twenty-first century, first enlarging and then setting out each pamphlet as it once would have been laid out on the printing press. The upper left quadrant contains the front and back covers; the upper right, the inside covers; the lower left, all those inside pages that would have been folded facing down, superimposed one upon the other; the lower right, all those that would have been folded facing up, similarly superimposed. While the titles remain clear, the overprinted contents render the lengthier writings an unreadable black morass of text and image. 
In Fusinato’s Double Infinitive (2009) images from the print media of the decisive moment in a riot in which a protagonist brandishes a rock against a backdrop of fire is blown up to the heroic scale of history paintings. Although taken from varied places and historical moments, the series of images appears remarkably unified, showing political context banished in favour of archetypal (and ahistorical) rage. 

THIS IS NOT MY WORLD (design: Joseph Churchward)(2012) is a banner originally made by a political artist collective in the 1970s in Zagreb, Croatia, living under a dictatorship without a gallery system. Fusinato takes the same format and content of the original work and invites internationally well-known graphic designers to reinterpret the original. 

Presented as a photographic compilation of the music shopfronts and a video recording of one performance, Free 1998–2004 (2012) documents the artist’s impromptu noise-guitar performances in unsuspecting music shops around the world. Fusinato launched his full-blown improvisations until asked, politely or not, to turn it down or leave. 

The Color of the Sky has Melted is curated by Charlotte Day as a joint project with the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (11 August – 6 October 2012). This is the third such exhibition partnership in recent years between Artspace and IMA, following Peter Robinson’s Polymer Monoliths (2009) and Rose Nolan’s Why Do We Do The Things We Do? (2008). 

Aetheric Plexus will be activated Tuesday to Friday from4pm  
and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5pm 

The Color of the Sky Has Melted is presented as a joint project with IMA, Brisbane with support from the Besen Family Foundation. 
ARTSPACE

43 - 51 Cowper Wharf Road
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Sydney Australia

T: +61 2 9356 0555
F: +61 2 9368 1705
artspace@artspace.org.au

Gallery Open
11am - 5pm Tues - Sun

Office Open
10am - 6pm Mon - Fri

Closed on public holidays
Admission is free, except for special events
18 11 2012
#3170

Recommended Paris brunch place / autumn greys / Carnatic flutes

The Yard, 6 rue du Mont Louis 11eme is a very cool brunch place, good for sweet tooth and warm atmosphere on grey grey Parisian sunday. Alas the autumn colors pop so much in this weather, beauty in Pere Lechais.

Now for T.R. Mahalingham session of Carnatic flute pieces (recommended CD on EM "Portrait of a Prodigy : His Early Years 1940s-50s" EM1099CD). Thanks discUnion!

17 11 2012
#3169

HEX MODEL X in progress photos

Gentry Densley sent these great work in progress images of the 2 MODEL X amplifiers I commissioned from him (built together by Gentry, Tyler Smith and Ned Clayton) for SUNN O)))'s upcoming left coast dates. Looking forward to tapping these beauties in a few weeks.

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