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  EI DECEMBER 2006 PERFORMANCE SERIES
The Thirty-third Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, the
Thirty-eighth Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the
Thirty-eighth Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least,

The Seventeenth Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part One (or A)
Phill Niblock, Curator | December 2006

224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013
212.431.5127 | 431.6430
fax 212.431.4486

9pm,
 

 
Wednesday 13   Giles Thomas and Patries Wichers

Respectively the guitarist and vocalist from Bateau Lavoir, Antwerp, have been working on a side project together; the approach remains - no-repertoire, improvised music; both musicians started working with delays but recent development has seen a shift from delays to fixed instruments; listen at http://www.bateaulavoir.org/tw.html

 
Friday 15   Andreas Weixler & Se-Lien Chuang

A concert of computer music, video and interactive audiovisual improvisation; the 25th anniversary of Atelier Avant Austria/ the 10th anniversary of artistic cooperation between Weixler-Chuang; http://avant.mur.at/concerts/ei06/index.html - in collaboration with the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York, support by the province government of Styria and province government of Upper Austria, comission of SKE Fonds

 
Sunday 17   Andrea Parkins

Electro multi-instrumentalist Andrea Parkins is a sound artist, composer and improvising musician who also makes and/or arranges objects, images and (sometimes) words; she will perform solo pieces for electronically processed accordion and MAX processed sampling (merging analog electronics with treatments by "Rube Goldberg," a live generative processing instrument), writing a fractured yet fluid sonic language as she releases awkward electronic disruptions, dislocation-inspired samples and noisy feedback into a rising flow of accordion sonority

 
Monday 18   Yasunao Tone

Zeena Parkins joins the concert cum launch party in celebration of the release of "Yasunao Tone - Noise Media Language" (Errant Bodies Press) - given the release of the book will not be ready for the concert date a mock-up version of the book will be shown at the concert, and introduced through a video work by the editor Brandon LaBelle; the concert will consist of Tone's new piece for Parkins, Origin of Geometry: An Introduction, based on the text of Husserl/Derrida, and a duo performance by Tone and Parkins; the book - with contributions by Robert Ashley, Dasha Dekleva, William Marotti, Federico Marulanda Rey, and Achim Wollscheid, and an interview with the artist by Hans Ulrich Obrist; "Yasunao Tone - Noise Media Language" is an indispensable monograph on this enigmatic artist

 
Tuesday 19   Maria Blondeel

48 minutes; a steady sound accompanying an almost empty, steady image on the screen; sonic video made in a driving car - the recordings where shot during the Argos Festival 2004 that took place in Brussels on the R20; a track has Dreaming / Rethinking and Transfiguring the Sites and Sounds of Brussels'. (Argos/(K-RAA-K)3); http://www.mariablondeel.org

 
6pm until midnight, Thursday 21   Phill Niblock

So what's new?- with six hours of music and film/video, who can tell?; 6pm until 12am of the longest night of the year (what's to do for the rest of the night?)

 
   

Our programs are supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, the Aaron Copland Fund For Music, The Amphion Foundation, and the Phaedrus Foundation

-------------------- Activities of Experimental Intermedia v.z.w. Gent, Belgium
In 1993, the American artist Phill Niblock opened a house with window gallery at Sassekaai 45, in Gent, Belgium.

Quickly the EI Huis became a meeting place for many local and international artists and art lovers. In 1997, the co-ordinating committee - Phill Niblock, Maria Blondeel, Zjuul Devens, Lieve D'hondt and Ludo Engels - founded a Belgium organization, the Experimental Intermedia v.z.w. Gent. EI presents 4 or more installations a year in the windows. The installations can be seen from the street through two large windows: pedestrians, car drivers, bikers and people on the tram cannot help but give attention to the curved front with its two windows, bringing the art (often literally) onto the street. By exploring the space and the environment, the artist can surprise passers-by .EI has produced several projects in collaboration with other international artists' organizations like Kunstcentrum Sittard, Sittard (NL), MeX, Dortmund (D), ICAEE, Tokyo (JP), Voorkamer, Lier (B) and Logos Foundation, Gent (B). The artists who have made installations, listed in chronological order, are: Maria Evelein, the Netherlands; Sigrid Lange, Germany; Michael Timpson, USA; Michael Vorfeld, Germany; Uli Vonbank-Schedler, Austria; Harald Kubiczak, Germany; Alexandru Patatics, Romania and Gerd Schmedes, Germany; Mike Metz, USA and Penelope Wehrli, USA/ Germany (in collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts, Gent); Beverly Piersol, USA/ Austria and Gertrude Moser-Wagner, Austria; Juana Valdes, Cuba/USA; Adri Huismann, The Netherlands; Kjell Bjoergeengen, Norway; Claudia Wissman, Germany; Claudia Schmacke, Germany; Marica Presic, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Doris Koch, Germany; Esther Ferrer, France/Spain; Ludwika Ogorzelec, France/Poland; Peter Schoutsen, Netherlands; Jozef Cseres and Michael Murin, Slovakia; Steffen Muck, Germany; Maria Friberg and John Oivind Eggesboe, of Sweden and Denmark; Mirjam Berloth, The Netherlands; Beate Maria Woerz, Germany; Heike Kern, Germany ; Renate Hoffman Korth, Germany, and Sonia Rodrigues, Portugal/ England; Leonidas Martin Saura (Spain); Ursula Scherrer, Switzerland/USA; Jio Shimizu, Japan; Minoru Sato, Japan; Nina Kovacheva and Valentin Stefanoff, Bulgaria / France; An Seebach, Germany; Anna Best, England; Paul Devens, The Netherlands; ts Beall, USA and Glasgow; Ivan Smith, England; Sara Hornbacher, USA; Yoshito Ikeda, Japan; Almut Rink and Christof Schlegel, Austria; Sophie Nys, Belgium; Jurgita Remeikyte, Vilnius, Lithuania; Juul Sadee, Netherlands; Doris Kuwert, Germany; Bruce Allan, England ; Carlos Andrade, Colombia and Todd Ayoung, USA; Takahiko Iimura, Japan; Patrick Beaulieu, Canada; Marieke De Munck, Belgium; Tim Vets & Erki De Vries, Belgium; Adam Geczy, Australia; Katherine Liberovskaya, Canada; John Luther Adams, USA

Please visit the EI Gent website: www.experimentalintermedia.be XI Compact Disks currently available, check the website: www.XIrecords.org 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, Celestial Fires, XI 107; Fast Forward, Same Same, XI 108; Ellen Fullman, Body Music, XI 109; Jackson Mac Low, Open Secrets, XI 110; Phill Niblock, Music by, XI 111; Allison Cameron, Raw Sangudo, XI 112; Daniel Goode, Clarinet Songs, XI 113; Mary Ellen Childs, Kilter, XI 114; Peter Zummo, Experimenting With Household Chemicals, XI 116; The Logos Duo, Godfried-Willem Raes and Moniek Darge, Logos Works, XI 117; Annea Lockwood and Ruth Anderson, Sinopah, XI 118; Eliane Radigue, Trilogie de la Mort, XI 119 (3 CDs for the price of two); Malcolm Goldstein, The Seasons:Vermont , XI 120; Paul Panhuysen, Partitas for Long Strings, XI 122; Tom Johnson, The Chord Catalogue, XI 123; Ellen Band, 90% Post Consumer Sound, XI 124; Philip Corner, 40 years and one, XI 125; Recent releases in our new two CDs for the price of one series -- Richard Lainhart, Ten Thousand Shades of Blue, XI 115; Phill Niblock, YPGPN, XI 121; Gen Ken Montgomery, Pondfloorsample, XI 126; Michael J. Schumacher, Room Pieces, XI 127; Alan Licht, 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; more to come, of course


 
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