1. Is&Be no Arteleku

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    Actuación de Is&Be no Arteleku, dentro do Encontro de Netlabels.

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    • Shellac. A minute. At action park

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      more info about the video: http://www.berio.alg-a.org/spip.php?article61 http://www.berio.alg-a.org http://www.alg-a.org http://www.alg-label.com

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      • Asfixia (2011)

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        Cortometraje experimental - independiente, inspirado en la obra literaria recopilada en "Relatos" y "Detritus" de Samuel Beckett. Sinopsis: Amalgama de escenarios. Personajes autónomos, ajenos. Percepción a-temporal. Colores, sombras, sonido. Redes de historias, experiencias. Umbral de lo incierto. Intangible. Frenética lucha del No ser. Motivación: No hay objeto en el arte, sino mas bien el arte es el objeto en si mismo. Pensar a la imagen como un elemento aislado, sin referencia; como un resultado de la reincidencia del sonido. Lograr así la explosión de lo que comprendemos como línea. Intentar cortar, ensuciar, anudar, proteger los hilos. Proponer un viaje inseguro. Maltratar al espectador, luego preservarlo de su propia locura. Un viaje sin marcos. Mancomunar la fuerza inspiradora de la literatura y el divagar. Un viaje que no ofrece mas que una introspección a lo vomitivo, una revaloración de lo desagradable y una resignificación de lo bello. Desgarrar los límites de la percepción temporal y lograr un nuevo código de tiempo. En un sinfín de palabras podría expresarse lo que se intenta demostrar con el deforme nonato, por ello se prefiere su vasta observación, sin objetivo alguno. Teniendo como único objeto al arte. Equipo: Actores: Mujer - Patricia Agostino Hombre - Ignacio Gomez Jefe - Pablo Catucci Hombre con Bolsa en la Cabeza - Facundo Negri Ancianas - Ancianas varias Camarógrafos: Julian Tavela Facundo Negri Sebastian Preit Edición de Imagen y Video: Sebastian Preit Facundo Negri Fotografía: Sebastian Preit Facundo Negri Musicalización: Facundo Negri Dirección y Guión: Facundo Negri Filmada y Editada en Mayo de 2011 Buenos Aires - Argentina

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        • Chispas.otf Paisaxe tipográfica #1

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          More info about the video: http://www.berio.alg-a.org/spip.php?article57 http://www.berio.alg-a.org http://www.alg-a.org http://www.alg-label.com

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          • Roulette TV: HENRY THREADGILL // ZOOID

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            Henry Threadgill's Zooid performs “All The Way Light Touch” - commissioned by Roulette with funds by the Baisley Powell Elebash Trust. Henry Threadgill is one of the great musical masterminds of the past quarter century - a composer, arranger, and innovator who transcends genres in contemporary music. A multi instrumentalist whose principle axes include alto sax and flute, Threadgill emerged from Chicago's Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. Tonight He presents "All the Way Light Tough" with his band Zooid commissioned by Roulette with funds by the Baisley Powell Elebash Trust and is a special shooting for the next edition of Roulette TV. “It would be difficult to overestimate Henry Threagill’s role in perpetually altering the meaning of jazz..…He has changed our underlying assumptions of what jazz can and should be.” Henry Threadgill, is both a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He studied at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. He co-majored in piano and flute, along with composition. He has had a music career for over forty years as both a leader and as a composer. Threadgill’s music has been performed by many of his long lasting instrumental ensembles, including the trio Air, the seven-piece Sextett, Very Very Circus, twenty-piece Society Situation Dance Band, X-75, Make a Move, Aggregation Orb, and his current group Zooid. He has recorded many albums as a leader of various ensembles. Henry Threadgill’s works for large orchestras, such as ˜Run Silent, Run Deep, Run Loud, Run High” (conducted by Hale Smith), and “Mix for Orchestra” (conducted by Dennis Russell Davies) were both premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1987 and 1993 respectively. Pi Recordings is excited to announce the release of an important new recording, This Brings Us To, from Henry Threadgill with his band Zooid. Threadgill is one of the most highly respected composers / conceptualists in music today: He was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2003 and a United States Artist Fellowship in 2008. An early member of the influential Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), Threadgill continues to hold fast to that august organization’s tenets: keeping an open mind to all creative possibilities and continuing to seek new challenges. He has intensively studied the music of everyone from Igor Stravinsky, Edgard Varèse, Luciano Berio to Mario Bauzá, along with the music of Bali, India, the West Indies and Japan and filters all of these and other influences through jazz, R&B and the blues to come up with compositions that are distinctly his own. This Brings Us To is the first release from Threadgill since 2001’s Everybodys Mouth’s a Book (Pi01) and Up Popped the Two Lips (Pi02). He has spent those eight years, the longest time between releases in his career, creating and perfecting a new system of improvisation in a group setting. A zooid is a cell that is able to move independently of the larger organism to which it belongs, an apt description of the musical language that Threadgill has developed for this band. The compositions are organized along a series of interval blocks comprised of three notes, each of which is assigned to a musician, who is free to move around within these intervals, improvising melodies and creating counterpoint to one another. The system provides the framework for open dialogue within the group while encouraging the musicians to seek new ways to improvise, away from a reliance on chord changes, scales or any of the clichés of certain “free” jazz. The music is coupled with complex rhythms, another distinctive aspect of all of Threadgill’s music. He was among the first in jazz to use constantly shifting meters, which creates a layered rhythmic effect, while maintaining a steady pulse. Despite its rhythmic intricacy, his music maintains a grooving, funky vibe, even though there is rarely a “1” to be found anywhere. This quality, later co-opted by Steve Coleman, Greg Osby, Cassandra Wilson and the M-Base Collective, has had a profound effect on much of the music and the drumming styles that one hears in jazz today.

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            • Roulette TV: NOA GUY // Drops of Consciousness

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              Drops of Consciousness is a series of concerts that are documenting my recovery from a severe brain injury, which happened 17 years ago when I had a brutal scuffle with a tree. The car I was in did not survive. In part I and II I explored the long journey back from a world of darkness and pain, and the birth into a new reality. Part III is not a linear continuation of the last two chapters. This performance is a celebration of acceptance, love of life and the realization that I am not my injury. With the support of my friends I explore the hidden possibilities that are embedded in the impossibilities imposed on me by my injury. I can not walk without crutches, but I can move without them. The piano revealed to me a whole new and mysterious sound world. I composed the music, the poems, and the concept of the whole piece. But the piece grew and became a world of beauty through a close collaboration between all of us that perform tonight. I thank Tom, Daniel and Saul for their bright ideas, insights, respect and love. Born in Israel in 1949, Noa Guy studied in the theory department of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and continued to evolve privately and compose original pieces along with composer Abel Ehrlich. In the early 70’s Noa studied composition and electronic music with Boris Blacher in the Hochscule fur Musik in West Berlin. She moved to Norway where she made two fantastic kids and continued her explorations. After returning to Israel in 1975 Noa worked with Karlheinz Stockhousen for three years, and took master classes with Luciano Berio and Milton Babbitt. After collaborating with Heinz Holiger, Noa received a scholarship from the Scola Cantorum in Basel to compose the electronic score that was later played with live performance by renowned English tenor John Potter in the Nettlefols Festival of Contemporary Music. She later became sound artist for Ward Swingle on his visit to Israel. From 1985 until 1993 Noa was the musical director at the Jerusalem Music Centre (JMC), where she headed the master class program, and acted as sound engineer and assistant director to all the television productions of JMC. Throughout all these years Noa continued to compose and perform with international accolades. In the early nineties Noa was invited to NY to work under the tutelage of Isaac Stern. In October of 1993, while driving her and a colleague to New York, Mr. Stern crashed their vehicle inflicting on Noa a severe head injury that changed her life. The resulting brain injury prevented Noa from traveling back to Israel and seeing her family. Worse yet for her, she was unable to play, listen to, or compose any new music. In the 13 years since the accident, Noa was consumed in her own rehabilitation process finding innovative ways to overcome her many physical and mental obstacles. The November 30th, 2006 show at Roulette has marked the first time this unusual musician broke her long imposed silence. Noa Guy – composer, piano, voice, movement Thomas Buckner – voice Antonio Pio Fini - movement Saul Macwillians – sound environment design

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              • Presentación soundscape mixer

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                Presentación de sounscape mixer na xuntanza de creadores experimentais que tivo lugar no lab alg-a. Novembro do 2009.

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                • Acción sonora Baila Maldito no Lab alg-a

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                  Transformación de Baila Maldito en Acción sonora. Feita no lab alg-a en xaneiro do 2010 dentro do festival re10. Break-noise dance!

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                  • Sonosfera di Roma (Macrófono en la Fontana di Trevi)

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                    Grabación y transmisión del sonido del chorrito de la Fontana di Trevi en Roma (Radio Città Futura) PERFORMERS Enrike Hurtado, Marta Stella, Luigi Pagliarini Chiu Longina, Berio Molina PRENSA Lorenza Conti, Viola Giannoli COMISARIO Nilo Casares FOTOGRAFÍA Oscar Mora, Lorenza Conti GRABACIÓN VIDEO Joan Leandre EDICIÓN VIDEO Chiu Longina, Berio Molina Reale Accademia di Spagna a Roma Roma, 2010 http://www.escoitar.org http://www.escoitando.org http://www.mediateletipos.net http://www.artesonoro.org http://berio.alg-a.org

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                    • TRANSFABBRICA (BAweb 2'15")

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