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Nicolas Collins - 2 april 2016, La Generale, Paris

[August 4, 2016 | #469]
A pretty much complete transcription of the audio recording of (mainly) Emmanuel Rebus and (a little bit) myself interviewing American composer Nicolas Collins (a student of Alvin Lucier's, circuit bender, bricoleur, early adopter of personal computers in live performances, in the 1990's visiting artistic director of STEIM in Amsterdam, a DAAD composer in residence in Berlin, and currently editor-in-chief of the Leonardo Music Journal, and a professor in the Department of Sound at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago), after lunch on Saturday April 2nd 2016, at La Generale Nord-Est in Paris, during the set-up for the Sonic Protest Festival.


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unPublic #18 - Daebu-do, 14 june 2015, by Ian-John Hutchinson

[June 14, 2016 | #g.002]
This SoundBlog guest contribution by Ian-John Hutchinson is an article written not long after the 18th unPublic, which - one year ago, on June 14th 2015 - had him perform on the beach of the South-Korean island of Daebu, together with Taewon Lee, Samir Abdelhamid and Emmanuel Rebus. Afterwards Ian-John interviewed all of that unPublic's participants, and wrote things down, thus providing some interesting insights into the processes and intentions at play during this episode, and the unPublic series in general.


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In Praise of Slowness

[May 7, 2016 | #467]
Second in a series of succinct reports on our last year's kreativen vikend, a sonic residency in the mountain village of Lazaropole (in the Republic of Macedonia), our passages through Skopje and a subsequent visit to Belgrad (Serbia).


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Statues, Lenin, Dogs and Ruins

[March 21, 2016 | #466]
First in a series of succinct reports on our last year's kreativen vikend, a sonic residency in the mountain village of Lazaropole (in the Republic of Macedonia), our passages through Skopje and a subsequent visit to Belgrad (Serbia).


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Trust Us

[January 25, 2016 | #465]
About Michael Ghent's powerful cardboard installation "Trust us", at Mains d'Oeuvres in Saint-Ouen: "... like black magic spells, cooked up to charm us into belief and conviction that all is solely meant and created for our good, and will hand us the one and only key to health, fortune and happiness. or to god. to all."


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Situasonnisme: the City Sonic Festival

[November 22, 2015 | #464]
On the 13th and other editions of the yearly recurring sound art - in a very large sense - festival, whose 'core p-art' took place in the second half of September in the Belgian city of Mons. But many also of our this year's summer activities were signed 'City Sonic' and Transcultures...


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SQWWO live in Brussels (Elastic Lecture Nr. 3)

[August 30, 2015 | #462]
The first full 24 hours live rendition of the 'String Quartet with windows, open' took place this summer in Brussels, in Recyclart's 'Vitrine 5', from 20h on Thursday July 9th, 2015, until 20h the next day, Friday July 10th, 2015, underneath the tracks of the Belgian railways leading to and fro the Chapel railway station.


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Bridges, troubles, water

[July 15, 2015 | #461]
We were lucky enough to hook up twice with Jodi Rose in Paris, where we celebrated indoors and outdoors for the sake and the love of bridges. Tasting champagne and more on the Pont Neuf, then constructing and playing an improvised bridge, during our 19th unPublic, on June 17th at La Generale, where Rebus, Jodi and I were joined by Kaspar Koenig.


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Elastic Lecture Nr. 2 (for Namhee)

[April 17, 2015 | #460]
Text and images from the lecture that I delivered as part of the 3rd and final session of Nadege Derderian's The image is an elastic object-project, on Easter Saturday in La Generale, Paris XI.

An image that is endlessly mapinaluble.
Agimes maybe lessendly manupilated.
Oh, how the boy bleeds!


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Mal-la--colise dans l'espace et dans le temps (L'i-m-a-g-e E-s-t U-n O-b-j-e-t E-l-a-s-t-i-q-u-e, pt. 1)

[April 14, 2015 | #459]
An evening at the Friches, Paris-Belleville, on mal-localisation in space-time, with Rebus and Namhee. A Toy-Orguanisation and a lot of aaaaaaaa's lead to a quite logical conclusion: 433Hz should be the new international standard for our concert pitch...


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