Matthieu Saladin - Evaporation d’une certaine quantité d’eau - 7.03.14




Matthieu Saladin

Evaporation d’une certaine quantité d’eau

Climatic pièce

with Esteban Ayala, Federico Cataldo, Mario Guida, Valerio Maiolo, Amirabbas Mohammadi, Matthieu Saladin.

Evaporation d'une certaine quantité d'eau is an experimental score for an undetermined number of performers. A collective climatic pièce whose duration is determined by the time of evaporation of water. The performance will be realized at Raum for the first time with the collaboration of young artists and musicians involved in a workshop on the aquatic dimension of sound practices.

Matthieu Saladin’s practice results from a conceptual approach, which reflects upon the history of forms, of creative processes and social constructs, as well as on the relationships between art and society from an economic and political perspective. He is editor­in­chief of the journal TACET, on experimental music and sound art. He is also a member of the editorial board of Revue & Corrigée and Volume! He has got PhD in Aesthetics (Panthéon­Sorbonne University) and he teaches philosophy of art at the Haute École des Arts du Rhin (HEAR). He is researcher at Institut ACTE, Panthéon­Sorbonne University / CNRS. 





A.TYPIST 26.02.14

A.TYPIST (Hankil Ryu, lo wie, Taeyong Kim)

A. Typist is a project group formed in 2011 by Korean musician Hankil Ryu and writers lo
wie and Taeyong Kim. The group is interested in the unusual and sudden results of acts
of writing, exploring if writing  can be another way of producing music/non­music works.
Investigating an unknown area between text and sound, they apply sound technology to
old  typewriters  and  their  own  mechanisms  so  that,  in  addition  to  the  original  sound,  a
sound derived from writing is produced. A.Typist's first works – Beckett's Typist, Profile,
and Descriptions for Other Things – have been released as three CD+Book sets in 2011
by The Manual and Mediabus. 

http://themanual.co.kr



 

Hankil  Ryu is a musician  interested  in finding  an alternative  musical  structure  in
abandoned  objects  like  clockworks,  typewriters  and  telephones.  After  discovering  the
instrumental possibilities of a typewriter, he started to collaborate with writers lo wie and
Taeyong Kim. Since 2005, he organised a monthly event called RELAY and established
The Manual, his own publishing office.

lo wie has written screenplays and text for video works and now collaborates with other
musicians in making sound by writing text.

Taeyong Kim is a novelist born in 1974 in Seoul, South Korea. He majored in creative
writing  at  the  Graduate  School  of  Soongsil  University  and  currently  is  Professor  of
creative writing at Seoul Institute of the Arts. He has published two books of short stories,
Pig on the Grass (2007) and Pimp Story (2012), and a novel, Straight Out (2010), that
examines the fate of man in a world where language invariably betrays intention, yet there
is  no  choice  but  to  use  language  to retain  thought.  One  of  his  short  stories  has  been
published in France under the name J'etais un Maquereau (2011, Cartouche). In 2008, he
won The Korea Times Literary Award and in 2012 the Moonji Literary Award. 
 

Antoine Chessex - MULTIPLE 30.01.14


Born in Vevey in 1980, Antoine Chessex is a composer and sound artist whose works assume a wide diversity of forms spanning compositions for ensembles, solo performances, sound installations and transdisciplinary projects. His compositions are characterized by textural density and address the physical dimensions of sounds and spaces. The works of Antoine Chessex have over the years crossed the boundaries between noise, modern composition, improvisation and electronic music. His background as a saxophone player saw him performing extensively in different experimental music contexts during the past decades.







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Dear Friends,
we are glad and proud to announce our next events!
Our season continues with three performances embracing different disciplines, formats,
and  dispositifs  through  heterogeneous  approaches  to  music  making  (and  thinking):  a
solo   by composer and saxophone player Antoine Chessex, a live set for typewriters by
Korean  project  group A.Typist (Hankil  Ryu,  lo  wie,  Taeyong Kim),  and  a  performance
conceived  for  this  occasion  by  French  artist  and researcher  Matthieu Saladin.  All  the
events will take place at RAUM (via Ca' Selvatica 4/d, Bologna), in collaboration with Xing
(http://www.xing.it/).

 
We hope to see you soon.
In the meanwhile, have a good time!




 

30 January, 10.00 pm

ANTOINE CHESSEX
"Multiple, composition for tenor sax and backtape"

Born in Vevey in 1980, Antoine Chessex is a composer and sound artist whose works
assume  a  wide  diversity  of  forms  spanning  compositions  for  ensembles,  solo
performances, sound installations, transdisciplinary projects and crossing the boundaries
between  noise,  modern  composition,  improvisation  and  electronic  music.  His
compositions are characterized by textural density and address the physical dimensions
of sounds and spaces. After relocating to Berlin in 2002, Chessex took parts in a broad
range  of  artistic  projects  while  developing  solo  performances  playing  his  horn  through
electronic devices, guitar amps and PA systems resulting in intense live actions. In recent
years, he has departed from a purely instrumental activity focusing on compositions and
transdisciplinary  projets.  Recent  commissions  include  DUST  for  three  violins  and
electronics, Chute for the Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin, Schichten & Ritournelle
Fulgurante  for  the  oh  ton  Ensemble,  Metakatharsis  for  the  Phoenix  Ensemble
and Furia for the Ensemble Werktag in Zürich. Since 2013, he is the  co­director of the
research  institute  A/positions  in  Lausanne  together  with  historian  and  anthropologist
Thibault Walter. He is also a founding member of the noise band MoNNo with whom he
recorded 4 albums and toured extensively.
Chessex  performed  at  numerous  international  festivals  and  venues  worldwide.  Past
performances include: Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Cafe OTO (London),
Transmediale  festival  (Berlin),  Ultima  contemporary  music  festival  (Oslo),  Videotage
(Hong Kong),  Diapason Gallery (New York),  Issue Project  Room (New York), The  Lab
(San  Francisco),  The  Compound  (San  Francisco),  Tuned  City  festival  (Berlin),  Sonic
Protest  festival  (Paris),  Unsound  festival  (Krakow),  Archipel  festival  (Geneva),  Women
(Los  Angeles),  Ultra  Hang  festival  (Budapest),  Parnassos  concert  hall  (Athen),  Vaal
Gallery (Tallinn), Dom (Moscow), Corsica Studios (London), Sound Forest festival (Riga),
Urban Guild (Kyoto), Urga (Tokyo), Ochiai Soup (Tokyo), Namba Bear (Osaka), center of
contemporary  arts  (Warsaw),  Fundacion  Serralves  (Porto),  Palace  Akropolis  (Prague),
Mezzo  Cielo  Festival  (Roma),  Audio  Art  Festival  (Krakow),  LUFF  festival  (Lausanne),
Ruin Festival (Wien), Echo festival (Belgrade), Sendesaal Bremen, DNK (Amsterdam).

http://www.soundimplant.com/achessex

 

26 February, 10.00 pm

A.TYPIST (Hankil Ryu, lo wie, Taeyong Kim)

A. Typist is a project group formed in 2011 by Korean musician Hankil Ryu and writers lo
wie and Taeyong Kim. The group is interested in the unusual and sudden results of acts
of writing, exploring if writing  can be another way of producing music/non­music works.
Investigating an unknown area between text and sound, they apply sound technology to
old  typewriters  and  their  own  mechanisms  so  that,  in  addition  to  the  original  sound,  a
sound derived from writing is produced. A.Typist's first works – Beckett's Typist, Profile,
and Descriptions for Other Things – have been released as three CD+Book sets in 2011
by The Manual and Mediabus. 

http://themanual.co.kr

 

Hankil  Ryu is a musician  interested  in finding  an alternative  musical  structure  in
abandoned  objects  like  clockworks,  typewriters  and  telephones.  After  discovering  the
instrumental possibilities of a typewriter, he started to collaborate with writers lo wie and
Taeyong Kim. Since 2005, he organised a monthly event called RELAY and established
The Manual, his own publishing office.

lo wie has written screenplays and text for video works and now collaborates with other
musicians in making sound by writing text.

Taeyong Kim is a novelist born in 1974 in Seoul, South Korea. He majored in creative
writing  at  the  Graduate  School  of  Soongsil  University  and  currently  is  Professor  of
creative writing at Seoul Institute of the Arts. He has published two books of short stories,
Pig on the Grass (2007) and Pimp Story (2012), and a novel, Straight Out (2010), that
examines the fate of man in a world where language invariably betrays intention, yet there
is  no  choice  but  to  use  language  to retain  thought.  One  of  his  short  stories  has  been
published in France under the name J'etais un Maquereau (2011, Cartouche). In 2008, he
won The Korea Times Literary Award and in 2012 the Moonji Literary Award. 
 

7 March, 10.00 pm

MATTHIEU SALADIN

Matthieu Saladin’s practice results from a conceptual approach, which reflects upon the
history  of  forms,  of  creative  processes  and  social  constructs,  as  well  as  on  the
relationships between art and society from an economic and political perspective. 
He  is  editor­in­chief  of  the  journal  TACET  on  experimental  music  and  sound  art,  and
member of the editorial board of Revue & Corrigée and Volume! He completed a Ph.D. in
Aesthetics (Panthéon­Sorbonne University), teaches philosophy of art at the Haute École
des  Arts  du  Rhin  (HEAR)  and  is  researcher  at  Institut  ACTE,  Panthéon­Sorbonne
University/CNRS.

www.g20song.net (optimized for mozilla firefox)

STEPHEN CORNFORD 5.12.13



Stephen Cornford (born 1979, London) is an installation artist and improvising musician. His work stems from an abiding fascination with consumer audio electronics: the way these devices that we are sold to consume music increasingly frame our engagement with the auditory world at large. Reconfiguring these media from the inside, re-imagining their functionality, defying their obsolescence and searching for their intrinsic poetry are for him strategies with which to challenge normative use, social conformity and the myth of technological progress. His work inhabits both gallery and gig, taking the forms of kinetic installation and process-based performance by turns, always searching for situations in which the material; whether solid, spatial or sonic; controls the outcome as much as he does.

Stephen is currently a Research Fellow at the Sound Art Research Unit of Oxford Brookes University where he co-curates the Audiograft Festival. He initially studied sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art before completing an MA at Dartington College of Arts. He has established ongoing collaborations with Samuel Rodgers (with whom he runs the Consumer Waste label), Ben Gwilliam and Patrick Farmer.

Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Lydgalleriet (Bergen), Campbell Works (London) and Permanent Gallery (Brighton). Stephen’s work has been included in a large scale retrospectives namely: Sound Art at ZKM Centre for Media & Art and Urban Sounds at the Haus der Elektronische Künste in Basel. Stephen’s audio works have been published by Senufo Editions, Accidie Records, Another Timbre and Cathnor.

http://www.scrawn.co.uk/




DUANE PITRE 8.11.13


Duane Pitre is an American avant-garde composer, performer, and sound artist. His work often focuses on the interaction between electronic sound and acoustic instrumentationchaos and discipline, as well as site-specificity. The composer also utilizes alternate tuning schemes that focus on microtonality, enabling him to explore unaccustomed intervallic relationships. He has created works for various instrumentation configurations such as string orchestra, his own bowed harmonic-guitar ensemble, string/wind ensembles, as well as solo works (including for himself).
He has presented and performed his live works across the U.S.U.K., and Europe at spaces such as Café OTORouletteThe Stone, Muziekhuis Utrecht, MoMA’s P.S.1, Les Ateliers Claus, St. Ann’s Cathedral, and ISSUE Project Room (where the Jerome Foundation provided funding for his spring 2009 Artist in Residency). He has received commissions for new works by ISSUE Project Room, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, and Roulette, among others. More than 100 unique musicians from around the world have taken part in the performances of his works.
Pitre’s sound installations have been included in visual art group shows in Geneva (2013's Prosthetic Measures at the Skopia Gallery) and New Orleans (as a part of the 2012 NOLA Now show at the Contemporary Art Center). Pitre has also performed live in gallery settings such as New York’s Phillips de Pury & Co., San Francisco’s Eli Ridgway Gallery (as reviewed in ArtForum as a part of James Sterling Pitt’s 2012 showOn a Clear Day We Were Lightening), and New Orleans’ Antenna Gallery.
Pitre has been featured in publications such as The WireFoxy DigitalisPitchfork,Dusted, and NewMusicBox. His work has been released by various labels includingImportant RecordsRoot StrataNNA, and Quiet Design, and he has appeared on soundtracks with Dinosaur Jr.Battles, and Animal Collective. In 2009 he curated and contributed a track to a Just Intonation compilation, alongside Pauline Oliveros,Ellen FullmanCharles Curtis, and others.
He has performed at festivals such as the 2011 Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh, NC (alongside the Flaming LipsEarthSwansJ. Mascis, Guided by Voices, Rhys Chatham, and more) and the 2012 The Wire's Adventures in Modern Music Festivalat The Empty Bottle in Chicago.
Pitre’s 2012 album, Feel Free, received critical acclaim and was included on several ‘best of’ lists, including being named #37 on The Wire’s ‘2012 Rewind’ (out of their top 50 releases)#34 on The Wire’s ‘Subscribers’ Releases of the Year’ list; and #8 onUncut Magazine’s ‘Wild Mercury Sound Top 112 of 2012’ list. In addition, “The Out Door,” Pitchfork’s experimental-minded column included Feel Free on its ‘Best of 2012: The Big Four’ list. The album was also included in several year-end lists forDusted Magazine and many other blogs.

In 2013 Pitre will release several new albums including his follow-up to Feel Free, titled Bridges, which is due out on Important Records in June; a debut LP from a new collaboration with electronic minimalist Eleh (under the moniker PITRELEH)

http://www.duanepitre.com/



h. 22:00

Xing/Raum
via Ca' Selvatica 4/d - Bologna  


RIE NAKAJIMA 16.10.13












Rie Nakajima is a Japanese artist, living and working in London. Nakajima works with installations and performances that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of audio materials and found objects which develops out of sculptural questions.
She is the current associate artist at Café OTO, London. She has collaborated with David Cunningham, David Toop, Miki Yui and some other musicians and artists. She studied art history and aesthetics at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (BA), sculpture at Chelsea College of Art and Design (BA) and Slade School of Fine art (MFA). She has exhibited widely, both in the UK and overseas.



h. 22:00

Xing/Raum
via Ca' Selvatica 4/d - Bologna  


















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Dear Friends,

with the arrival of Autumn, here we are with some news.
We are very happy to let you know that our collaboration with the network Xing will continue and our next events will be held at RAUM, Bologna. Here you find the next three dates and the invited artists: three very different live sets that carry on our investigation of liminal languages and new protagonists of the international music scene.

16 October, 10.00 pm
RIE NAKAJIMA
Rie Nakajima is a Japanese artist, living and working in London. Nakajima works with installations and performances that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of audio materials and found objects which develops out of sculptural questions.
She is the current associate artist at Café OTO, London. She has collaborated with David Cunningham, David Toop, Miki Yui and some other musicians and artists. She studied art history and aesthetics at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (BA), sculpture at Chelsea College of Art and Design (BA) and Slade School of Fine art (MFA). She has exhibited widely, both in the UK and overseas.
http://www.rienakajima.com/

8 November, 10.00 pm
DUANE PITRE
Duane Pitre is an American avant-garde composer, performer, and sound artist. His work often focuses on the interaction between electronic sound and acoustic instrumentation, chaos and discipline, as well as site-specificity. He also utilizes alternate tuning schemes that focus on microtonality, enabling him to explore unaccustomed intervallic relationships. He has created works for various instrumentation configurations such as string orchestra, his own bowed harmonic-guitar ensemble, string/wind ensembles, as well as solo works. 
Duane Pitre has presented and performed his live works across the U.S., U.K., and Europe at spaces such as Café OTO, Roulette, The Stone, Muziekhuis Utrecht, MoMA’s P.S.1, Les Ateliers Claus, St. Ann’s Cathedral, and ISSUE Project Room. He has received commissions for new works by ISSUE Project Room, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, and Roulette, among others. He has performed at festivals such as the 2011 Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh, NC and the 2012 The Wire's Adventures in Modern Music Festival at The Empty Bottle in Chicago. Pitre’s sound installations have been included in visual art group shows in Geneva (2013's Prosthetic Measures at the Skopia Gallery) and New Orleans (as a part of the 2012 NOLA Now show at the Contemporary Art Center). His work has been released by various labels including Important Records, Root Strata, NNA, and Quiet Design and, in 2009, he curated and contributed a track to a Just Intonation compilation, alongside Pauline Oliveros, Ellen Fullman, Charles Curtis, and others.
http://www.duanepitre.com/

5 December, 10.00 pm
STEPHEN CORNFORD
Stephen Cornford is an installation artist and improvising musician. His work stems from an abiding fascination with consumer audio electronics: the way these devices that we are sold to consume music increasingly frame our engagement with the auditory world at large. Reconfiguring these media from the inside, re-imagining their functionality, defying their obsolescence and searching for their intrinsic poetry are for him strategies with which to challenge normative use, social conformity and the myth of technological progress. His work inhabits both gallery and gig, taking the forms of kinetic installation and process-based performance by turns, always searching for situations in which the material – whether solid, spatial or sonic – controls the outcome as much as he does. 
Stephen Cornford is currently a Research Fellow at the Sound Art Research Unit of Oxford Brookes University where he co-curates the Audiograft Festival. He initially studied sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art before completing an MA at Dartington College of Arts. He has established ongoing collaborations with Samuel Rodgers (with whom he runs the Consumer Waste label), Ben Gwilliam and Patrick Farmer. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Lydgalleriet (Bergen), Campbell Works (London) and Permanent Gallery (Brighton). Stephen’s work has been included in a large scale retrospectives namely: Sound Art at ZKM Centre for Media & Art and Urban Sounds at the Haus der Elektronische Künste in Basel. Stephen’s audio works have been published by Senufo Editions, Accidie Records, Another Timbre and Cathnor. 

Looking Forward to hearing back from you!
See you soon,

Sant'Andrea degli amplificatori
santandreadegliamplificatori@gmail.com
http://santandreadegliamplificatori.blogspot.it/
http://www.facebook.com/santandreadegliamplificatori

Xing is a cultural network operating in Italy and abroad, with the purpose of planning, supporting and promoting products and events characterized by an interdisciplinary approach toward the issues of contemporary culture, with particular attention to generational tendencies linked to new languages. Since 2003 Xing curates a continuing program of research at their own space, Raum.

Xing/Raum
via Ca' Selvatica 4/d - Bologna  


Attila Faravelli - Matija Schellander "Freie Aerophone", Aural Tools #2 26.05.13



Attila Faravelli is an Italian sound artist and electro-acoustic musician based in Milano. His solo music is released by Die Schachtel, with Andrea Belfi he is half of the duo Tumble (Die Schachtel), he plays with Nicola Ratti (Boring Machines) and builds sound installations with the artist Nicola Martini (Presto!? records).
He presented his work in USA, Europe and China. In 2010 he partecipated at the Architecture Biennal of Venice. In 2012 he’s been chosen as the curator for the italian month for the Sounds of Europe  project. In his live set he uses modified speakers to open up the stage and to relate sound and space.
He is founder and curator for the newly born Aural Tools project. 


Matija Schellander is an Austrian composer and improvising musician based in Vienna. He mostly uses double bass, modular synthesizer,and speakers: processing input, moving air output. In 2012 Schellander released his first solo CD "sum šum" (The Manual, Seoul, South Korea).He regularly works with Maja Osojnik in their electroacoustic duo Rdeča Raketa (mosz records, god records) and plays with the ensemble Low Frequency Orchestra (founded by Angelica Castello, Thomas Grill, Maja Osojnik and Matija Schellander). Schellander's music is conceptual, but it never dismisses the non-rational, sensual communicational possibility intrinsic in music. In recent years he has focused deeply on music for double bass solo. 


In Bologna they will present "Freie Aerophone", Aural Tools #2.

Aural Tools is a series of multiples who’s aim is to document the work of selected musicians by investigating specific processes (material and conceptual) of sound production, a series of acoustic devices for relating sound to space, to the listener and to the body in alternative ways than CD’s or LP’s.

In the widely used Hornbostel-Sachs musical instrument classification, the freie aerophone (Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 1914) is an instrument in which the vibrating air is not contained within the instrument itself, for example a siren or a bullroarer.

The bullroarer, usually consists of a wooden slat that produces a roaring sound when swung around one’s head on the end of a string or rope. It has been used in religious ceremonies and as a toy since the Paleolithic period, with examples found in Ukraine dating from 17,000 BC. It has been found also in Europe, Asia, the Indian sub-continent, Africa, the Americas, and Australia.

Aural Tools #2 is based on Matija Schellander’s solo pieces for double bass, “the drill” and “matija schellander”, that make extensive use of indistinct low pitches resonating a space, and sound projections by circular movement of the performer with the instrument.









Luciano Maggiore - Nicola Ratti 14.03.13




Luciano Maggiore (Palermo 1980) is an electroacoustic musician living and working in Bologna. In recent years he has developed a strong interest in the mechanisms of sound diffusion, utilizing speakers and various analog and digital media (walkmans, CD players, tape recorders) as his primary source. Maggiore's interests runs between architectural values and directional, dynamic and psychoacoustic sound, placing a strong emphasis towards fixed sound. 

He works regularly as a duo with Enrico Malatesta and Francesco Brasini.

His work is published by Senufo Editions and Boring Machines. 






Nicola Ratti lives and works in Milan. The use of sound and its almost craftmanship creation pushes his own music research to get through electroacoustic compositions, melodic-rhythmic patterns and nearby an area that could be easily placed between music concrete and minimal techno with a generous use of improvisation.
Today, alongside his solo career, with discs produced by Anticipate (U.S.), Preservation (AU), Megaplomb (IT), Die Schachtel (IT) and concerts in Europe and North America, he works on valuable collaborations such as the soundtrack-band Ronin where he plays guitar since 2006, the duo “Bellows” with Giuseppe Ielasi with whom he shares a radical sound research and the duo FaravelliRatti with Attila Faravelli in which the guitar loses its horizons in the colleague’s world of prepared speakers. With them he has produced several records for Italian and foreign labels.
He’s also, with Fatima Bianchi, the co-founder of FeN Bureau, an art entity for the production of video and sound installations.
Nicola Ratti works as an architect in Gru Architetti, a multidisciplinary team based in Milan, he runs the art/installation branch of the office. 

http://www.nicolaratti.com/













Rubén Patiño 7.02.13


Rubén Patiño, also known as Pato, works in the field of computer music, an activity he combines with incursions in the installation field. Patiño’s works are characterised by an algorithmic compositional style that is both irreverent and hyperenergetic. Originally from Barcelona, he is currently pursuing a masters degree in Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague.
web:






Klaus Filip/Agnes Hvizdalek 16.01.13






klaus filip 
*1963 
computer music, programming, composition


Klaus Filip is a performer/composer/programmer and is maybe the first viennese musician, who used the laptop on stage at around 1993.
The main focus of his current work is sinewaves, whose subtle and adducent sounds are used in a wide dynamic range depending on the 
project; that could be a noisy set with Chulki Hong or playing at the odor detection threshold with Radu Malfatti.


Klaus Filip runs a software project called ppooll (formerly known as lloopp) that is a networking collection of a 
variety of modules. This freeware is widely used by improvising musicians all over the world.
teaching position at the university of applied arts, vienna.
steady dispute with the computer as a musical instrument.

jokebux (online collection of some music)


Agnes Hvizdalek (1987) makes improvised music with the voice as her main instrument.
In the course of the last years, she has auto-didactically developed a repertoire of special vocal techniques and enjoys going to extremes.

One of her most important teachers was Franz Hautzinger. Otomo Yoshihide and Radu Malfatti also played a crucial role in encouraging her work. Junko increased her interest in extreme vocal sounds. This especially influences her non-amplified solo performances. In addition to her solo work, she is happy to explore different ways of interaction in improvisation and to share her interest in music's role in society with other artists.

Since 2008, she has been in a duo with noise veteran Harald Fetveit, who started playing experimental electronics in the early Eighties. In 2010, she worked with ÖNCZkekvist, an improvisation orchestra consisting of 30 musicians from Austria, Norway, and the Czech Republic. The orchestra emerged from an exchange project that Agnes organized as part of her European Voluntary Service, her reason for moving to Oslo in 2008. Before, she studied improvised music, Social and Cultural Anthropology,
and Arts Management in Vienna, where she also grew up. She continued studying Musicology, Phonetics, and Cultural Administration in Oslo. Recently, she has done theoretical research on the link between musical and organizing structures in improvising collectives. She analyzed creative processes within groups she had worked with before and was able to prove the necessity of a post-heroic understanding of leadership in order to explain the highly idealistic artistic dimension of free improvised music.

She has played with Kristin Andersen, Sejiro Murayama, Klaus Filip, Bonnie Jones, Manon Liu Winter, Burkhard Stangl, and Mia Göran. She has been involved in festivals like All Ears, Strange Art Festival, Happy Nordic Music Days, Støy på landet, the sound art festival Manual for the Construction of a Sound in Norway, and Cable# in Nantes, France and has played concerts in Vienna, Oslo,
Paris, Le Mans, Rennes, Prague, Brno, Oslo...





Francisco Meirino 13.12.12



Born in 1975, Francisco Meirino is active since 1994 (as phroq until 2009) in experimental music and live performance. His music explores the tension between programmable material and the potential for its failure, he is primarily interested in the idea of recording what is not supposed to be : gear failures, the death of PA systems, magnetic fields and electro-static noises and in how failure can become something more than just annoying.
Francisco Meirino's music is fascinating by its physical intensity and detail precision.
He mainly works with the computer, reel-to-reel tape recorders, magnetic fields detectors, piezo
tranducers, field recorders and home-made electronics.
More than 150 live performances in various venues in Europe, Japan and North America. and in festivals such as : Activating The Medium (San Francisco, USA) / Observatori (Valencia, Spain) /  Musica Genera (Warsaw, Poland) / Norberg Electronic Music Festival (Norberg, Sweden) / Akousma (Montreal, Canada) / Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival (LUFF, Lausanne, Switzerland) / Ertz (Bera, Spain).
Over the years, he had the honor to collaborate on studio and in live with great artists such as:
Dave Phillips / Scott Arford / Michael Gendreau / Michael Esposito / Randy H.Y. Yau / Lasse Marhaug / Gerritt Wittmer / Jason Kahn / Zbigniew Karkowski / Astro / ILIOS / Tim Olive / Mike Shiflet, among others..
He has been commissioned with music for: Pro-Helvetia (Switzerland), Radio Airplane (Japan), Companie Greffe/Cindy Van Acker (Switzerland), Mostra d'Art Sonor i Visual de Barcelona (Spain).Francisco Meirino has been awarded with the award for electronic music composition in 2003 His music is widely published by labels such as :Misanthropic Agenda / Antrifrost / Entracte / Firework Editions / Presto ! / Groundfault / Banned Productions….

He lives and works in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Adam Asnan 15.11.12




Adam Asnan is a London based composer-performer of musique concrète, acquiring an MA under the supervision of Denis Smalley in 2009.
Adam's work promotes the aesthetic potential of fixed (recorded), amplified sound, and the instabilities of a format; the auditory 'image' subject to intervention, or the whims of its artifice.
His compositions, live performances and audio-visual collaborations have been presented and staged across Europe and has recordings published by Entr'acte, Senufo Editions and Foredoom.

adamasnan.blogspot.com









interno4 OPENING 31.10.12



SANT’ANDREA DEGLI AMPLIFICATORI
SALVATORE ARANGIO
FRANCESCO SERRA
WESLEY GOATLEY
ENRICO BOCCIOLETTI
TEA ANDREOLETTI

On October 31 Interno 4 opens its new calendar with an event entirely dedicated to the music. Protagonists will be Sant’Andrea degli Amplificatori, Wesley Goatley, Enrico Boccioletti, Tea Andreoletti.
from 9pm to 2am
Sant’Andrea degli Amplificatori ’a small place for contemporary music’ is an independent organization based in Bologna, focused since 2007 on music research. For OPENING some members of the group, Francesco “Fuzz” Brasini, Massimo Carozzi, Dominique Vaccaro and some guests, Arangio Salvatore and Francesco Serra, interact with the space located in various parts of the house.
Wesley Goatley (1982) is a musician and sound artist based in Brighton, England. Alredy present at Interno 4 as member of the collective P.I.U, he will perform with the parallel music project Lumbers.
Enrico Boccioletti (1984) is a musician and visual artist based in Milan. He will play a dj set after the performances of Sant’Andrea degli Amplificatori and Wesley Goatley, accompanied by a visual realized in this occasion by Tea Andreoletti (1991), visual artist based in Bologna.
SANT’ANDREA DEGLI AMPLIFICATORI:
http://santandreadegliamplificatori.blogspot.it/
TEA ANDREOLOTTI: