1. John Kameel Farah and Vox Nostra

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    John Kameel Farah and Vox Nostra playing at Morgenvogel Church, Summer 2012. Zion Church, Berlin Mitte. http://morgenvogel.net/morgenvogelkirche.html http://www.johnfarah.com/ http://www.vox-nostra.de/

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    • Moment

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      "Moment", 2007, DV, 7:44 Written and Directed by Helge Meyer

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      • Press Release - David Lang by Menne Smallenbroek

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        Press Release - David Lang Menne Smallenbroek - baritone saxophone Fernando Ramos - Recording and Mixing Ricardo Pinto and Fábio Almeida - Video Press Release 1991 The idea for this piece was that it would be interesting to create two separate sound worlds - a low, accented quasi-funk and a high, dreamy, sustained and almost bittersweet world - and have them coexist, in rapid alternation. This would not only create the illusion of harmony in a single instrument but it would also make possible two simultaneous melodies, each with its own pacing and grammar. The proportion between the two changes as the piece goes on - the opening is weighted heavily towards the bass, but as the piece proceeds the upper line becomes more prominent, practically taking over at the very end The performer pressing all those keys down for the low notes and releasing them for the high notes, hence the title Press Release.

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        • Dam - Ritual

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          Experimental music video art Song: Ritual Album: Aleph (2012) Music and video: Damian Fascio All rights reserved More experimental music, video art and scores at http://southamericanexperimentalmusic.wordpress.com

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          • Taxi Phase

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            An audio/video composition experiment. Each slice of the hexagon plays the same 2-second loop of footage, however all play at slightly different speeds. Each is assigned a note, which corresponds to the passing taxi. There are only 2 moments when all 6 slices line up - the very beginning and the very end. In between, interesting patterns emerge from the chaos as the loops work their way toward the final goal. I'm fascinated by the musical phase experiments of Steve Reich and others, and this experiment is an attempt to visually elucidate the auditory patterns that occur in this style of musical composition.

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            • Dam - Shodai

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              Experimental music video art Song: Shodai Album: Aleph (2012) Music and video: Damian Fascio All rights reserved More experimental music, video art and scores at http://southamericanexperimentalmusic.wordpress.com

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              • Dam - Chi

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                Experimental music video art Song: Chi Album: Aleph (2012) Music and video: Damian Fascio All rights reserved More experimental music, video art and scores at http://southamericanexperimentalmusic.wordpress.com

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                • Nirvana Boulevard // teaser 03

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                  music Martin Hoemberg // video Ludwig Kuckartz

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                  • Interview with Shinichi Ogawa

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                    Shinichi Ogawa On Minimalism and Recent Work For more Japanese architecture visit www.japlusu.com twitter.com/japlusu facebook.com/japlusu pinterest.com/japlusu In the interview, Tokyo-based architect Shinichi Ogawa shares his thoughts on minimalism and how his residences can accommodate a range of human desires. Loft House by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates Asked why his houses often lack windows that view onto the street, he explained that they come about as a result of an effort to enhance the residents’ experience inside the home. Unit N / Treform by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates Lastly, he introduces a couple of his most recent projects: Treform – designed in collaboration with Manabu Chiba and Ryue Nishizawa – and the 150-meter House, a villa currently under construction in Thailand.

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                    • Silence

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                      video: Marco Marzuoli sound: how to cure our soul length: 20:56 min frame size: 1920 × 1080 (16:9) produced: 2011 © 2011 how to cure our soul Sometimes they come back again and finally we provide them the right space. But it just lasts for a while, since we are distracted by our current time. They are the "voices from the inside", recalling the title of a well-known comedy written by Eduardo De Filippo, the ones that we hear but we don't let them flow to the outside world. They are a safe and silent refuge that recreates new settings and unexpected atmospheres. Semetimes they are just a shelter, that like a movie, is "such stuff as dreams are made on". Then we come into a dimension without present, where every moving is just for its own sake, becoming an endless metamorphosis. On the one hand, the following metaphysical criterion is valid: being separated from the experience of life; on the other hand, material evidence is so immediate and meaningful that it is unique and extreme at the same time. Every single moment, flowing one into the other thus shaping the succession of landscapes in our inner memory, is situated one after the other, in a direct sequence without moments of transition. Their connection is not accidental. Everything is possible, only when the category of possibility is not opposed to the one of reality. Possibility and reality are on the same level, they are the same. Everything seems to be more livable and imminent. The research made by Marco Marzuoli with his video-musical installation invites us in listening to our "voices from the inside", making us turn into tabulae rasae.

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