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Wednesday, November 23, 2005


Imagens Projectadas, 3-5 November 2005, 6:30pm and 9:30pm
Modern Art Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
Production: Granular - Artists association for the promotion of
experimental music and arts in Portugal (www.granular.fm)
Sound and image projections, with video sessions and performances/concerts
Includes an hommage to composer and film director Phill Niblock on November 4:
6:30pm: Niblock films from the Sixties and the Seventies
9:30pm: Music and films with manual work images by Niblock and live
interpreters.
Playing live: string septet, string quartet, guitar sextet, saxophone duo,
clarinet duo and
laptop computer quartet
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CIEF 10 Copenhagen International Experimentalmusic Festival www.skraep.dk
The Rhythmic Conservatory, The Aquarium, Leo Mathiesens Vej 1, Holmen,
DK-1437 K Copenhagen, Denmark
November 10th 7 PM - 11 PM:
Soren Gorm- double bass and electronics, Henning Frimann- soundsculpture &
Elisabetta Saiu (I)- video; Niels Winther- video, vocal, alto sax &
el-guitar, Dan Marmorstein, piano & Walter Prati (I)- cello and
electronics; Phill Niblock- film/ video & laptop+CDs
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November 15 - t-u-b-e, in Munich, Germany: Phill Niblock concert of music
with images
www.t-u-b-e.de
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open systems is a festival for contemporary music, performance and
soundart, that connects 4 cities of the Ruhrvalley (Bochum, Dortmund, Essen
and Herne) and different independent organizations and curators. The idea
of the Festival is to offer a plattform to anything experimental
and innovative no matter what the genre. www.festival-open-systems.de
Bochum: Thursday, Nov. 17th, 19h, Schauspielhaus | Kammerspiele
Dortmund (mex) : Friday, Nov.18th, 19:30h Domicil, Hansastr. 7-11
Essen: Saturday, Nov 18th, 19h, Philharmonie Essen, RWE Saal
Herne: Sunday, Nov. 19th, 19h, Flottmannhallen
in all 4 cities: an installation by Phill Niblock of "Slide Pieces" and
"Anecdotes from Childhood," a simultaneous presentation of projected black
and white images and three video images with sound on monitors, curated by
Jens Brand
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November 23 in Kassel, Germany, at the Minimal Musik Festival, installation
by Phill Niblock of "Slide Pieces" and music, at the Kunstverein in the
Fridericianum. www.minimal-music.com
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November 26 at "Tesla - im Podewils'schen Palais Berlin," a concert by
Phill Niblock with a premier of a piece for bass flute and voice with
Natalia Pschenitschnikova, and German premiers of pieces for alto saxophone
with Thomas Ankersmit and for viola with Julia Eckhardt
http://www.tesla-berlin.de/
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December 9 - 11, in Mestre (Venice) Italy, for Live!iXem 2005 Festival at
Candiani Center. PN concert on the 10th. www.ixem.it
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December 21 at Experimental Intermedia in New York, six hours of music and
film / video,
www.experimentalintermedia.org
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OUT NOW:
FO A RM magazine 4 (topography)
with special CD insert: Ghosts and Others by Phill Niblock
144 pp., perfect bound, full-color cover - $12

FO A RM is an interdisciplinary journal of arts and research. We encourage
cross-genre methods and investigative projects, with a special focus on
sound-art, experimental poetics and social sculpture. Each issue of the
magazine clusters around a given topic, gathering together a variety of
perspectives, methods and articulations - from the extravagant to the
pedestrian.
(Topography) includes essays by sound theorists Douglas Kahn (Noise Water
Meat) and Steven Connor (Dumbstruck), comprehensive interviews with
minimalist luminary Phill Niblock and versatile sculptural interventionist
Julianne Swartz, articles by composers Marc Behrens, Eric LaCasa and
Jean-Luc Guionnet, essay by Eliot Weinberger and poetic works by William
Fox, Haleh Hatami, Charles Stein and Rachel Daley, among other offerings.
(Topography) also includes the never-released field recording sound-work
by Phill Niblock, Ghosts and Others - only to found in this issue of FO A
RM.

(Topography) treats the movement over, through or across a landscape and
the act of documenting, utilizing or noticing an interaction with that
landscape. It concerns a mapping of the points between self and space -
traversing and/or transforming natural and urban environments. Within
these pages, intelligent perspectives find fertile soil.

Subscriptions are $22 for two issues ($34 overseas) and may be purchased
through our website.
Also available: no. 1 (utility), no. 2 (dis/embodiment), no. 3 (duals &
doubles).
www.foarm.artdocuments.org / fo_a_rm@yahoo.com
S. Nehil, B. Wright, M. Marble, J. Bradshaw - editor
copies can be purchased thru PayPal via www.foarm.artdocuments.org.

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