Ideologic

Ideologic

Stephen O’Malley

"Deus Cantando (God, singing)" Peter Ablinger

Posted: Jun 29, 2013

"Deus Cantando (God, singing)" by Peter Ablinger, Winfried Ritsch & Thomas Musil

For computer controlled piano and screened textInstallation at Stara Rzeznia during Malta festival, Poznan 2013

Peter Ablinger's pieces usually take the form of music installations. Deus Cantando was born of the desire to transfer the recording of any given sound -- music, noise, human speech -- to acoustic instruments. "It turned out then that there is no machine suiting our needs. Thus, I had to create my own", s...

"The legend of the creation of the world" by Albina Degtyar

Posted: Jun 28, 2013

"The legend of the creation of the world" by Albina Degtyar,
from Turkic republic Sakha Yakutistan, Sibirya (Siberia)

Khomus (harp) is the most ancient musical instrument, which meets practically at all peoples in this or that "modification" there are models from wooden, whale moustache, and naturally metal, which plays our today's person Albina Degtyar.

She was born in creative family in small Viluy village with a melodious name Kyrgyday.

In seven years the girl has asked mum to teach her to pla...

"Cinema of the Wolf: The Mystery of Marketa Lazarová" By Tom Gunning

Posted: Jun 25, 2013

"Cinema of the Wolf: The Mystery of Marketa Lazarová" By Tom Gunning

Great text on this beautiful, captivating (and one of my favorite) films. Respectfully pinched from Criterion Collection's website.

Find František Vláčil’s "Marketa Lazarová" here.


Cinema of the Wolf: The Mystery of Marketa Lazarová
By Tom Gunning 

Marketa Lazarová (1967) ambushes the viewer, emerging suddenly from obscurity to overwhelm with a rush of sensation, like a cinema bandit, like the primitive hordes that provide the film’s main characters. An unforgettable—but also largely unknown—work...

Gisèle Vienne & Etienne Bideau-Rey "corps/objet" 2001 fanzines downloads available

Posted: Jun 23, 2013

Gisèle Vienne & Etienne Bideau-Rey "corps/objet" 2001 fanzines downloads available
Gisèle Vienne & Etienne Bideau-Rey "corps/objet" 2001 fanzines downloads available
Gisèle Vienne & Etienne Bideau-Rey "corps/objet" 2001 fanzines downloads available
Gisèle Vienne & Etienne Bideau-Rey "corps/objet" 2001 fanzines downloads available

Gisèle Vienne and Etienne Bideau-Rey (as Groupe DACM) created 2 of a planned series of 3 fanzines (abandoning the ambition for realizing the third) in 2001 around the premier of their choreographic performance "Showroomdummies". These fanzines capture some of the thinking behind the piece, as well as research material and theoretical/essay text important to their mindset at the time. They also present a compelling design and aesthetic.

corps / objet 1 (mars 2001)

corps / objet 2 (octobre 2001)

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{ feuilleton } Julian Cope "The Modern Antiquarian" 2000 on BBC TV

Posted: Jun 22, 2013

{ feuilleton } Julian Cope "The Modern Antiquarian" 2000 on BBC TV
{ feuilleton } Julian Cope "The Modern Antiquarian" 2000 on BBC TV

From John Coulthart's { feuilleton } blog 22nd June 2013

The stones of Callanish are explored again, this time by an energetic and erudite Julian Cope. The Modern Antiquarian was a 55-minute TV documentary produced by the BBC in 2000 as a spin-off from Cope’s book-length study of the ancient past of the British Isles, The Modern Antiquarian: A Pre-Millennial Odyssey Through Megalithic Britain (1998). Cope has always been a great enthusiast, blessed with a talent for communicating that enthusia...