1. Additionals (Structure for Communicating with Wind)

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    Structure for Communicating with Wind Metallised space blanket, curtain tape 3200 × 400cm A space blanket curtain provides presence to what passes unseen and unheard: the abstracted form carrying Wind’s news to Tiger, silently. The golden curtain’s ultra-light material produces an amplified shape and noise from the slightest sigh, and separates inside from out, near from far, dark from light and hot from cold. Additionals in writing by Will Holder (Amy). Appended and repurposed from the publication The Tiger’s Mind, published by Sternberg Press, 2012. Additionals were commissioned by Pavilion, Leeds, and developed during The Tiger's Mind with Jesse Ash as 'Wind', Condorelli as 'Tiger', Beatrice Gibson as 'Circle', Will Holder as 'Amy', John Tilbury as 'Mind', and Alex Waterman as 'Tree'.

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    • Céline Condorelli, Additionals (Structure for Reading)

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      Structure for Reading Timber Hatherley step ladder, Ercol chair, paint 120×50×50cm Avoiding a possible climbing accident, Amy is given a Hatherley patent ‘Lattistep’ orchard ladder, topped off with an Ercol Quaker chair, where she can safely read up in trees’ branches. In addition, a sturdy aluminium structure for speaking while standing, plus transparent looking glass – preventing the trap of a ‘singular truth’ – supports circle’s multiple mirroring and framing of Amy’s reading body. * Documentation, made between takes on set, reveals the necessary movement of additional people and objects, producing Additionals’ narrative presence on screen. Additionals in writing by Will Holder (Amy). Appended and repurposed from the publication The Tiger’s Mind, published by Sternberg Press, 2012. Additionals were commissioned by Pavilion, Leeds, and developed during The Tiger's Mind with Jesse Ash as 'Wind', Condorelli as 'Tiger', Beatrice Gibson as 'Circle', Will Holder as 'Amy', John Tilbury as 'Mind', and Alex Waterman as 'Tree'.

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      • Céline Condorelli, Additionals (Structure for Speaking in Public)

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        Mild steel, perspex, mirror film 160 × 120 × 230cm (2012) Avoiding a possible climbing accident, Amy is given a Hatherley patent ‘Lattistep’ orchard ladder, topped off with an Ercol Quaker chair, where she can safely read up in Tree’s branches. In addition, a sturdy steel structure for speaking while standing, plus transparent looking glass – preventing the trap of a ‘singular truth’ – supports Circle’s multiple mirroring and framing of Amy’s reading body. Additionals in writing by Will Holder (Amy). Appended and repurposed from the publication The Tiger’s Mind, published by Sternberg Press, 2012. Additionals were commissioned by Pavilion, Leeds, and developed during The Tiger's Mind with Jesse Ash as 'Wind', Condorelli as 'Tiger', Beatrice Gibson as 'Circle', Will Holder as 'Amy', John Tilbury as 'Mind', and Alex Waterman as 'Tree'.

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        • Céline Condorelli and John Tilbury: Additionals, The Mind and The Tiger

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          John Tilbury as The Mind, playing with Additionals (Structure for Preparing the Piano) Performance with a piano, and sculpture by Céline Condorelli Clothworkers' Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds 24 November 2012, 2pm Additionals (Structure for Preparing the Piano) Materials: Plywood, MDF, felt, steel, lightbulb, cotton cabling, socket, paint Dimensions: 165x40x52cm John Tilbury: "There is a constellation of references, influences, memories and obligations which impinge on my solo performance in Leeds, and which, through their richness and diversity, has tended to subvert any clarity of purpose on my part. These include, going back years, performances with Cornelius Cardew and others of The Tiger's Mind, workshops with students, and, more recently, sessions/ discussions/ performances with Beatrice Gibson and our fellow artists, her film, and telephone conversations with Céline Condorelli. So, accordingly, sensibly, I return to the source, to the score, and I read Cardew's instruction: 'When there are less than six players, people or objects or sound sources outside the group may be used as dummies - without necessarily informing them of their role.' I have as yet no idea how to negotiate this challenging situation, but I shall tread carefully."

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          • David Sylvian "Amplified Gesture"

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            Samadhisound presents: Amplified Gesture, an introduction to free improvisation: practitioners and their philosophy. A trailer for Amplified Gesture can be viewed on this page. The full length feature documentary is available as a part of the Manafon deluxe edition. Directed and edited by: Phil Hopkins. With: Otomo Yoshihide, Toshimaru Nakamura, Christian Fennesz, Keith Rowe, Eddie Prévost, Sachiko M., Evan Parker, John Tilbury, Werner Dafeldecker, Michael Moser and John Butcher. Produced by: Adrian Molloy for Opium (Arts) Ltd. Executive Producer: David Sylvian. Music: Excerpts from Manafon by David Sylvian, © 2009 Samadhisound llc. All rights reserved. www.manafon.com

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            • John Tilbury & Marcus Schmickler | Cafe Oto | 11/4/12

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              Incredible duo set from John Tilbury and Marcus Schimickler at Cafe Oto in Dalston, east London.

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              • John Tilbury Ueber Morton Feldman / John Tilbury On Morton Feldman

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                DEUTSCH Stille und Klang, sind das Erbe John Cages und die Elemente, aus denen Morton Feldman (1926-1987) seine dynamisch-statischen Klangteppiche knüpfte. John Tilbury (*1936), seit 1979 ständiges Mitglied der legendären, britischen Improv-Gruppe AMM (mit Keith Rowe und Eddie Prevost), ist vor allem als herausragender Interpret zeitgenössischer Klavierwerke bekannt. Er ist ein Meister des leisen Klavierklanges und ein charismatischer Redner. John Tilbury berichtete aus seiner intensiven Zusammenarbeit mit Feldman und spielte aus dessen Klavierwerken. Dieses BASISLAGER fand am 17. Juni 2005 im Institut Fuer Musik Und Medien in Düsseldorf statt. ________ _ _ _____ ____ ____ _ ENGLISH Silence and sound are the legacy of John Cage and the elements out of which Morton Feldman (1926-1987) created his dynamic-static sounds. John Tilbury (*1936), since 1979 permanent member of the legendary British improv-group AMM (with Keith Rowe and Eddie Prevost), is mostly known for being an outstanding interpreter of contemporary piano pieces. He is a master of the quiet piano sound and also a charismatic orator. John Tilbury reported about his intense collaboration with Feldman and played pieces of his piano work. This BASECAMP took place on 17 June 2005 at Institute For Music And Media in Düsseldorf. ________ _ _ _____ ____ ____ _ Hier finden Sie die Termine der kommenden Vorträge / You can find all dates for all upcoming lectures here: musikundmedien.net/institut/basislager/

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                • Los Glissandinos meets AMM plus special guest Burkhard Stangl

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                  mit Kai Fagaschinski (D), Klaus Filip (A), Eddie Prévost (GB), John Tilbury (GB) & Burkhard Stangl (A) Dom im Berg Sa 11/10 Das britische Improvisationsensemble AMM wurde 1965 in London gegründete. Die Musiker gelten als legendäre Vorreiter einer Spielweise, die befreit von jeglichen musikalischen Idiomen eher auf Sparsamkeit als auf die Fülle des Materials setzt. Eddie Prévost zählt zu den Gründerungsmitgliedern. John Tilbury stieß 1980 dazu. Für lange Zeit agierte AMM als Trio mit dem Tabletop­Gitarristen Keith Rowe, bis man sich 2004 aufgrund von Differenzen trennte. Seit dem besteht AMM als Duo weiter. Los Glissandinos gründete sich 2004 in Wien. Bei Klaus Filip und Kai Fagaschinski verschmelzen Klarinette und Sinuswellen auf eigentümliche Weise. Die beiden Musiker arbeiten dabei gezielt mit akustischen Phänomenen wie Schwebungen und Differenztöne. Das Projekt hat sich mit seinem Debut ­Album stand clear und zahlreichen Konzerten schnell den Ruf der besonders gelungen Verbindung von Computer und (traditionellem) Instrument erspielt. Das Duo war bereits 2005 beim Musikprotokoll mit einem sehr anrührigen Live­Set zu hören. Als weiteres Ensemblemitglied holte man sich den Wiener Gitarristen und Komponisten Burkhard Stangl. Er ist eine feste Größe der neueren Improvisationsszene und tat sich zuletzt insbesondere mit den Ensembles Schnee und efzeg hervor. Fagaschinski und Stangl kamen in den letzten Jahren immer wieder als Duo zusammen und arbeiten derzeit an einer gemeinsamen CD ­Produktion. Im Quintett treffen unterschiedlichste musikalische Werdegänge aufeinander. Gemeinsam dürfte allen fünf Musikern eine individuelle Klangsprache und der Wille zu subtilen, wie auch sinnlichen Hörerlebnissen sein. Dokumentation: Bilder des Festivals Ein Projekt von autokolor im Rahmen des Festivals steirischer herbst 2008 – http://www.steirischerherbst.at Kamera, Schnitt: Anke Philipp, Ulrich Reiterer, Timm Ringewaldt Produktion: Timm Ringewaldt, autokolor Weitere Infos: http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2008/deutsch/video/video.php http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2008/deutsch/kalender/kalender.php?eid=28 http://www.autokolor.org

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                  • Power of Making; Ami Yoshida, Finding Voice - the Lingual

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                    Ami Yoshia, voice, with Seymour Wright, tenor saxophone and John Tilbury, piano. Recorded at Onkagu, London, November, 2003, by David Reid. David Reid is a video maker and sound recordist based at Nottingham Trent University where he teaches critical practice to photography students. David also leads the Eco-tone and Perceptions of Practice research groups.

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                    • Power of Making; Ami Yoshida, Finding Voice - the Lingual

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