The Forty-second Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, The Forty-seventh Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Forty-seventh Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least,

The Twenty-sixth Annual Festival  with no fancy name, Part One (or A)
Phill Niblock, curator

Richard Garet  and MV Carbon  (New York)

Sunday 13

Carbon (sonic strings, reel to reel tape, projection, oscillations, synthesis, and magic mechanisms)and Garet (electromagnetic waves, treated tape, cracked media, sonification of light, background noise, computer processing, and projections), will join efforts to encapsulate the audience in an electronically induced, altered atmosphere, their sonics and projection transmute with an alchemical style   mvcarbon.comrichardgaret.com

Nao Nishihara (Japan) Tuesday 15
Gives a solo performance shedding light on the basic aspect of a human being in the 21st century, using several sound equipments and accompanied by self-made machines with a simple mechanism, he tries to prompt himself and audience to reconsider the human, the music and the space        nishiharanao.blogspot.jp/

Kato Hideki, John King and Ursula Scherrer (Japan/USA/Switzerland) Wednesday 16
Amorphous III - Kato (electronics and bass) and King (electronics and viola) with Ursula Scherrer (live visuals) will present their first collaboration, a performative installation of sound and light in which temporal and spatial changes (or no changes) are determined in real time; the audience is encouraged to walk around during the installation  katohideki.com   johnkingmusic.com   ursulascherrer.com

Nic Collins (Chicago)
Thursday 17
Salvaged: he celebrates the release of his first DVD (with 5.1 sound!) with a concert of music for multiple computers; with performances by PLOrk (The Princeton Laptop Orchestra) and special guests.  nicolascollins.com, plork.princeton.edu/index.php

George Kentros, Mattias Petersson,  Susanne Skog (Sweden)
Friday 18
"there are no more four seasons," a duo comprised of violinist Kentros and live electronic musician, Petersson - will perform a 40-minute recreation of the Biber passacaglia, reBiber, for violin, Kaoss pad, and computer; Skog´s sonic artwork this evening is a premiere, referring to signals from radio beacons that once were relied upon to navigate a route across the Baltic Sea nomoremusic.se    susanneskog.se
This project is supported by the Swedish Arts Council and the Swedish Arts Grants Committee

Chris Mann (New York, Australia)
Saturday 19
Things i'd like to have said  -        for example, theuse.info

Phill Niblock DVD presentation Sunday 27
A new DVD on the VonArchives label (Italy) by Phill Niblock: T H I R, a film from 1971/72, of materials from nature, and alternate musics, with notes by Abigail Nelson and Juan Carlos Kase; Carlos Casas, the producer, will be present

Our programs are supported by The David & Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Phaedrus Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature

224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013          9pm
212 431 5127, 431 6430


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