20 10 2015
#3890

Savage Pencil spills the beans on "Kannon " cover art in his Trip or Squeek comic


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Hahhahah!

19 10 2015
#3889

Attila Csihar in Ian Wilson's play "I BURN FOR YOU" Oct 2015 UK tour


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Tusk Music presents


I BURN FOR YOU


Touring the UK in Halloween week

I Burn for You is an atmospheric new music theatre work created by composer Ian Wilson and inspired by Bram Stoker’s legendary vampire novel Dracula. 

Staged by German opera director Christian Marten-Molnár with scenes set by the stunning projections of visual artist Daniel Jewesbury, I Burn For You brings a new take on the universally loved vampire legend to stages across the UK in Halloween week.

In the lead role of The Vampyr is Hungarian death metal vocalist Attila Csihar (Sunn O))), Mayhem) with renowned UK vocal improvisers Lauren Kinsella and Phil Minton as The Woman and The Doctor.

They are joined by a small band of highly regarded leftfield musicians providing the work’s score – accordion and winds player Clive Bell, electro-acoustic improviser Lee Patterson and saxophonist Cathal Roche. Set against Jewesbury’s haunting visual backdrop, the combination of the three darkly mesmerizing vocalists and the live score brings a sinister depth to this bloodthirsty chamber opera built upon an ancient tale of longing and horror that will satisfy the yearnings of everyone with a lust for the darker side of Halloween.

I Burn For You haunts four English cities through this coming Halloween week – London, Liverpool, Nottingham and Gateshead. 

Don’t be afraid…book now for the Halloween event of the year!



conceived, arranged and written by Ian Wilson
Christian Marten-Molnar stage director
Daniel Jewesbury visual artist
Attila Csihar The Vampyr
Lauren Kinsella The Woman
Phil Minton The Doctor
Lee Patterson electronics
Clive Bell accordion/flutes
Cathal Roche saxophones







27.10.15
LONDON
Hoxton Hall
8pm   £15/13
www.hoxtonhall.co.uk

28.10.15
LIVERPOOL
Capstone Theatre
7.30pm   £12
http://www.thecapstonetheatre.com/

29.10.15
NOTTINGHAM
Nottingham Contemporary
8pm   £tba
http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/

31.10.15
GATESHEAD
Sage Gateshead
8pm   £14.50
http://www.sagegateshead.com/

NOTES FOR EDITORS:
The I Burn For You tour is produced by Tusk Music and supported by Sound And Music. Tusk Music are also the producers of Newcastle’s annual TUSK Festival and managers of musician Richard Dawson, amongst others. 

www.tuskmusic.co.uk
www.tuskfestival.com
www.soundandmusic.org

Artists;
Attila Csihar: www.southernlord.com/band_ATT.php
Ian Wilson: www.ianwilson.org.uk/
Phil Minton: www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/mminton.html
Daniel Jewesbury: www.danieljewesbury.org/
Lauren Kinsella www.laurenkinsella.com/
Christian Marten-Molnar www.kulturellerzwischenraum.de/team/christian-marten-molnar/
Lee Patterson www.thewire.co.uk/audio/tracks/hear-exclusive-lee-patterson-sounds
Clive Bell: http://www.clivebell.co.uk/

16 10 2015
#3888

Sweating' with Maestros Ambarchi and Pinhas at Tusk Festival 015, Gateshead UK


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Photo: Sean/Demdike

14 10 2015
#3887

Charlemagne Palestine KUNSTHALLE WIEN EXPO


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http://www.kunsthallewien.at/#/en/exhibitions/charlemagne-palestine

 

Charlemagne Palestine

GesammttkkunnsttMeshuggahhLaandtttt 

KARLSPLATZ

18/9-8/11 2015 
 
American-born Charlemagne Palestine is a composer, musician, performer and visual artist. Already in the 1970s he composed repetitive music that clashed with the expectations of Western audiences. His early works were mostly compositions for glockenspiel and electronic musical instruments, but his best-known works are his piano pieces in which short sequences are repeated endlessly and variations appear only gradually. Although he was linked to musicians such as La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Philip Glass and Steve Reich, he rejected the minimalist label and instead created the term “maximalism” for his compositions.

In the 1970s, Palestine also produced a series of psychodramatic video works in which he activated the body through a symbiosis of sound and movement and gave expression to inner qualities. He often took his explorations to a point of physical and mental exhaustion. His performances and music videos repeatedly feature emblematic objects such as teddy bears, cognac bottles or scarves, which function as signatures and become “identification symbols”. In recent years, Palestine has worked chiefly with musicians such as Pan Sonic, David Coulter, Tony Conrad and Michael Gira. He has issued more than twenty solo albums and played at festivals throughout the world.

Curator: Luca Lo Pinto

GesammttkkunnsttMeshuggahhLaandtttt is co-commissioned by Kunsthalle Wien and Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art.
13 10 2015
#3885

SHIRO TAKATANI ST/LL performance Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Brussels


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SHIRO TAKATANI 
ST/LL
performance 
Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Brussels 
Thursday 22, Friday 23, Saturday 24 October, 2015 

Shiro Takatani’s latest performance created through 3 weeks residence 

at Le Volcan in Le Havre, France in May 2015. 

more info:  http://www.halles.be/fr/231/756/Shiro-Takatani

 

ST/LL
direction: Shiro Takatani 
music: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Marihiko Hara, Takuya Minami
performer: Olivier Balzarini, Yuko Hirai, Mayu Tsuruta, Misako Yabuuchi
production: Dumb Type Office 
coproduction: Le Volcan, Scène Nationale du Havre / 
Biwako Hall - Center for the Performing Arts Shiga, Japan 
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Others > > 2015/2016

group exhibition | Open Space 2015 | 23 May 2015 - 6 March 2016
Toposcan / Ireland (collection of Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography) 
@NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], Tokyo
http://www.ntticc.or.jp/Exhibition/2015/Openspace2015/Works/Toposcan_Ireland_2013.html

group exhibition | Collection_1 | 10 October - 27 December, 2015
optical flat (collection of The National Museum of Art, Osaka) 
@The National Museum of Art, Osaka


Next > > 2016

ST/LL (performance) 
Saturday 23, Sunday 24 January, 2016 
@Biwako Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Shiga 
https://www.biwako-hall.or.jp/performance/2015/10/05/-stll.html
https://www.biwako-hall.or.jp/en/performances/2016123-world-music-series-vol18-jazz.html
https://www.biwako-hall.or.jp/en/performances/2016124-new-creation-performance-by-shiro-takatanijapan-premiere.html

group exhibition | GLOBALE: New Sensorium | 4 March - 7 August, 2016
Toposcan (installation) new version for ZKM
@ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany
http://zkm.de/en/event/2016/03/globale-new-sensorium

CHROMA (performance) 
Saturday 21, Sunday 22 May, 2016 
@New National Theatre, Tokyo
http://www.nntt.jac.go.jp/english/productions/detail_006170.html
http://www.nntt.jac.go.jp/dance/performance/150109_006137.html


We are looking forward to see you again somewhere soon, 

Cordially,
 
Team ST/LL and Yoko + Shiro Takatani 
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DUMB TYPE OFFICE 
yoko@dumbtype.com
http://shiro.dumbtype.com 
https://www.facebook.com/ShiroTakataniOfficial
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