mriclough:

A5 photocopy zine based on the tape piece ‘I am sitting in a room’ by Alvin Lucier
Inkjet printed textured card cover, stamped with miniMA logo

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internetsequedalibre:

La Ley de Telecomunicaciones que presentó Enrique Peña Nieto al Senado pone en riesgo la libertad en Internet. Aquí cinco razones sobre cómo la iniciativa de reglamentaria en telecomunicaciones nos afecta como usuarios.

1. Los proveedores podrán exigir un pago extra a los usuarios para…

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Roulette TV: MIXOLOGY FESTIVAL 2014 - M. Geddes Gengras, Pete Swanson, Ben Vida, Loud Objects & more… from Roulette Intermedium on Vimeo.

As even consumer electronics move into a “post-PC” era of tablets and smartphones, Roulette’s 2014 Mixology Festival looks at the newest ways electronics are being used to make music. For a while dominated by laptops, the current landscape hold no singular method; co-opting analog and digital synthesizers from the past, exploring the touch screen as a modern performance instrument, and designing open source programming platforms and DIY circuits for personalized music making.

Roulette TV documents performances by Pete Swanson, Outer Space, Ben Vida, M. Geddes Gengras, C. Lavender, Loud Objects (Tristan Perich and Kunal Gupta with Greg Fox), and Peter Blasser presenting a workshop on his instrument “The Shnth” and it’s programming front end “Fish” (shbobo.net).

Produced by Jim Staley
Directed by Matt Mehlan
Edited by Wolfgang Daniel

My new sounds:

Luc Ferrari & Otomo Yoshihide - Slow Landing (2008) from Arthur Kuzmin on Vimeo.

Director: Miyaoka Hideyuki
Year: 2008
Time: 11 mins
Music: Luc Ferrari & Otomo Yoshihide

Vigueras / Sosa / Villa | CCE Mex from Fernando Vigueras on Vimeo.

Set de improvisación realizado en el marco de la exposición ‘Soledades: Aislamientos múltiples’ en el Centro Cultural de España en México.
Fernando Vigueras (guitarra), Rogelio Sosa (voz y medios electrónicos), Juan Pablo Villa (voz y medios electrónicos).
Curaduría: Manuel Rocha Iturbide
Video: Mónica García
Noviembre 22, 2013.

Roulette TV: CHRISTIAN WOLFF from Roulette Intermedium on Vimeo.

All-Star quintet: Joey Baron, Robert Black, Larry Polansky, Robyn Schulkowsky, Christian Wolff present the music of Christian Wolff both old and new - including a premiere of new long form piece written specifically for this quintet.

Christian Wolff was born in 1934 in Nice, France. He’s lived mostly in the U.S. since 1941. He studied piano with Grete Sultan and composition, briefly, with John Cage. Though mostly self-taught as a composer, the work of John Cage, Morton Feldman, David Tudor and Earle Brown have been important to him, as well as long associations with Cornelius Cardew and Frederic Rzewski. A particular feature of his music is the various freedoms it allows performers at the time of performance as well as the variable results possible for any one particular piece, for which various new notations have been invented. Underlying notions in the work are shared freedom, self-determination and democratically-spirited collaboration. The music is published by C.F. Peters, New York and much of it is recorded, on many labels. A number of pieces, starting in 1953, have been used and commissioned by Merce Cunningham and his dance company. Wolff has been active as a performer and as improvisor - with Takehisa Kosugi, Steve Lacey, Christian Marclay, Keith Rowe, William Winant, the group AMM, Kui Dong and Larry Polansky. His writings on music (up to 1998) are collected in “Cues: Writings and Conversations”, published by MusikTexte, Cologne. He has received awards and grants from the American Academy and National Institute of Arts and Letters, the Ford Foundation, DAAD Berlin, the Asian Cultural Council, the Fromm Foundation, the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts (the John Cage Award for music) and the Mellon Foundation. He is a member of the Akademie der Kuenste in Berlin and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 2004 he received an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from the California Institute of the Arts. Academically trained as a classicist, Wolff was professor of classics and music at Dartmouth College from 1971 to 1999.

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KNIFE/TAPE/ROPE from Focus Creeps on Vimeo.

DAZED presents a film by Aaron Brown/Focus Creeps
See dazeddigital.com/video for all of this week’s new films

SUBSCRIBE to vimeo.com/channels/dazed to receive updates on select new films, or visit dazeddigital.com/video for every film from Dazed’s landmark new online series of groundbreaking, commissioned and curated original video content. Weekly video takeovers, original documentaries, art, music and style.

Declare Independence - #dazedvisionaries

Commissioned by Dazed & Confused Magazine

Adapted by Aaron Brown from a story by Dennis Cooper

Produced by:
Dazed Digital
Focus Creeps
Friend London
with
Films from the Range
Vision Films

Director: Aaron Brown
DP: Frank Mobilio
Editor: Brook Linder
Sound Recordist: Emett Casey
Colorist: Marc Steinberg at Varnish
Styling: Natasha Newman-Thomas
Sound and Mix: Zach Goheen
Score: Matt Koshak and Starred

Ron: Gabe Niles
Steve: Joey Bravo
Jen: Lauren Avery
Jim: Marcel Alcalá
Pete: Asher Price

Commissioner: Jennifer Byrne
Executive Producer: Tai Thittichai

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KNIFE/TAPE/ROPE from Focus Creeps on Vimeo.

DAZED presents a film by Aaron Brown/Focus Creeps
See dazeddigital.com/video for all of this week’s new films

SUBSCRIBE to vimeo.com/channels/dazed to receive updates on select new films, or visit dazeddigital.com/video for every film from Dazed’s landmark new online series of groundbreaking, commissioned and curated original video content. Weekly video takeovers, original documentaries, art, music and style.

Declare Independence - #dazedvisionaries

Commissioned by Dazed & Confused Magazine

Adapted by Aaron Brown from a story by Dennis Cooper

Produced by:
Dazed Digital
Focus Creeps
Friend London
with
Films from the Range
Vision Films

Director: Aaron Brown
DP: Frank Mobilio
Editor: Brook Linder
Sound Recordist: Emett Casey
Colorist: Marc Steinberg at Varnish
Styling: Natasha Newman-Thomas
Sound and Mix: Zach Goheen
Score: Matt Koshak and Starred

Ron: Gabe Niles
Steve: Joey Bravo
Jen: Lauren Avery
Jim: Marcel Alcalá
Pete: Asher Price

Commissioner: Jennifer Byrne
Executive Producer: Tai Thittichai

Find DAZED on: dazeddigital.com/video
Facebook facebook.com/DazedandConfusedMagazine
Twitter twitter.com/dazedmagazine
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Twitter twitter.com/focuscreeps
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KNIFE/TAPE/ROPE from Focus Creeps on Vimeo.

DAZED presents a film by Aaron Brown/Focus Creeps
See dazeddigital.com/video for all of this week’s new films

SUBSCRIBE to vimeo.com/channels/dazed to receive updates on select new films, or visit dazeddigital.com/video for every film from Dazed’s landmark new online series of groundbreaking, commissioned and curated original video content. Weekly video takeovers, original documentaries, art, music and style.

Declare Independence - #dazedvisionaries

Commissioned by Dazed & Confused Magazine

Adapted by Aaron Brown from a story by Dennis Cooper

Produced by:
Dazed Digital
Focus Creeps
Friend London
with
Films from the Range
Vision Films

Director: Aaron Brown
DP: Frank Mobilio
Editor: Brook Linder
Sound Recordist: Emett Casey
Colorist: Marc Steinberg at Varnish
Styling: Natasha Newman-Thomas
Sound and Mix: Zach Goheen
Score: Matt Koshak and Starred

Ron: Gabe Niles
Steve: Joey Bravo
Jen: Lauren Avery
Jim: Marcel Alcalá
Pete: Asher Price

Commissioner: Jennifer Byrne
Executive Producer: Tai Thittichai

Find DAZED on: dazeddigital.com/video
Facebook facebook.com/DazedandConfusedMagazine
Twitter twitter.com/dazedmagazine
Tumblr dazeddigital.tumblr.com
Pinterest pinterest.com/dazeddigital

Find Focus Creeps on: focuscreeps.com
Twitter twitter.com/focuscreeps
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