1. Plastic Incarnation - Treiops Treyfid - part 1 of 3

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    Plastic Incarnation A Performance Film By Treiops Treyfid Plastic Incarnation is an avant-garde, conceptually-based performance art and video piece. It's aim is to portray the realities of the current "oil age" in which we are immersed, in deconstructed form. It includes several performers, abstract improvised music, elaborate costumes made from recycled elements, Butoh-inspired dance, and pattern-based choreography. Treiops Treyfid is a Los Angeles based artist http://www.treiops.com/art Personnel Video direction and editing Brad Cooper Dancers The Little Red Writer (Lead) Roger Fojas Michelle LaVon Nichole Hanley Maggie Lally Moog Hans Fjellestad Camera Brad Cooper Christopher Nelson Makeup Katie Middleton Sound mixing Atom Smith grip Tommy Domingues Mask inspiration Asya Schween

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    • Funny Patterns

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      Funny Patterns is a short documentary about the London Improvisers Orchestra. It was shot in one day in 2004. This was meant as a teaser and the final plan was to produce a feature film length documentary. But so far it did not fit the schedule ... Maybe some day. Originally shot on SD. For presenting on Vimeo I upscaled it in Studio Artist into 720p.

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      • Thomas Lehn and John Butcher Live in Saint Louis, MO. June 8th 2012. Part 1.

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        Herding Cats Collective Of Saint Louis brought in the stellar duo of Thomas Lehn (EMS Synthi) and John Butcher (Sax) to the Kerr Foundation. I just caught about the first quarter of the performance. Things got very intense.

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        • Second Atmospheric Study

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          From the CD/DVD 'Splitzo', a collaboration between the Cortisol Quintet and video artist Mark Linnane. This project is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland. http://livingroomproject.com/cortisol.htm

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          • Hilary Hahn & Hauschka_Silfra_EPK

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            Silfra, the first collaboration between Hilary Hahn and Hauschka, will be released in May 2012 by Deutsche Grammophon. Silfra is the culmination of a two-year exploratory improvisation project by Grammy Award-winning American violinist Hilary Hahn and prepared-piano master and innovator Volker Bertelmann (Hauschka). The music on this ambitious and free-spirited collection is a tribute to the Silfra rift in Iceland, an otherworldly landscape that inspired the two musicians to create a body of work that is evocative, hypnotic and truly breathtaking. Directed and Filmed by Benedict Mirow Cutted by Dorothee Binding Produced by Nightfrog GmbH

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            • The Whalefish

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              The Whalefish was my most used instrument up to around 2005, and occasionally afterwards. It is a sort of one-man-band with many functions, and very flexible. It can be played sitting (usually), standing or walking, because it is totally connected to the body: around the neck theres a thong to which two piano strings attach to the soundboard. From the soundboard there are two wooden legs connected with a foot piece. The movements of the instruments are thus directly connected to the neck, foot and lap. Apart from playing the strings, there are a number of objects to be played on the sound board (amplified with a contact microphone). For example, there are: telephone bells, 7 piano strings, an almond grinder, a toy music box, a fire alarm bell, a door bell, wooden rods, a spring, protruding pieces of piano wire, a butter ball maker, hacksaw blades, an older instrument called the Hedgehog with a wooden tongue and rods and an egg slicer. On the rear side of the Whalefish there are an African mbira, another egg slicer and parts of a coffee grinder. On the rear side, the contact microphone is glued on to the sound board. The resonator plate comes from an old piano. To go with it, a great number of tools are used, usually put in a special order in a violin case. For example: a cigarette lighter, coffee stirrers, nail files, playing cards, piano tuning pins, screws, miniature saw, table duster, rubber bands, steel brush, plastic forks, knives and spoons, cake cutters, shell, tooth brush, combs, onion holder, cone, holder for mock-flowers, back scratcher, piano hammers, (for saw playing), hoof scraper (?), ice strainer, barbecue sticks, food sticks, straw, saw blades, necklace, teat, toy guitar, toy horse, onion saw, feathers, nut grater, screwdriver and bows. Filmed at Fylkingen, Stockholm. More pictures, sounds and info at http://bergmark.org/whalefish

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              • Christian Carrière - Residency Improv

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                I did a sound art residency at a wonderful place called OBORO in Montreal in 2011. My goal was to develop a way of playing Arvo Pärt's 1977 string quartet piece 'Fratres', using only audio console feedback. This short piece shows some of the process during the residency. What you hear is an improvised jam I played on the console while exploring the tones and rhythms that were possible on such an instrument. Music and console : Christian Carrière Camera : Jimmy Hayes Stills : Jimmy Hayes, Véronique Proulx, Eddie Rodgers Thanks to Claus Frostell and OBORO ! http://eriksonpro.com/ http://www.oboro.net/ http://christiancarriere.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- J'ai eu la chance de faire une résidence d'artiste au merveilleux centre OBORO (à Montréal) en 2011. Mon objectif était de développer une technique pour jouer 'Fratres', d'Arvo Pärt, à partir de 'larsens' d'une console audio. Aucune source sonore externe est utilisée. On appelle cette technique 'no-input'. Cette vidéo démontre un peu le processus durant la phase résidence du projet. Ce que vous entendez est une pièce improvisée que j'ai jouée en explorant la gamme de sons possibles avec la console. Musique/console : Christian Carrière Caméra : Jimmy Hayes Photos : Jimmy Hayes, Véronique Proulx, Eddie Rodgers Merci à Claus Frostell and OBORO ! http://eriksonpro.com/ http://www.oboro.net/ http://christiancarriere.com

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                • Jason Adasiewicz & Sonnenzimmer

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                  Sonnenzimmer and Jason Adasiewicz collaboration for 10x10, Chicago 2010

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                  • Stressed Desserts

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                    From the CD/DVD 'Splitzo', a collaboration between the Cortisol Quintet and video artist Mark Linnane. This project is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland. http://livingroomproject.com/cortisol.htm

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                    • Christian Carrière and Frank O'Connor - Nuit Blanche 2012

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                      In 2012 I participated in Nuit Blanche, an annual event in Montreal where all museums and live venues stay open all night. Frank O'Connor and I played three sets of improvised music, which accompanied the Mere Phantoms' interactive shadow installation at McCord Museum. It was a wonderful night... Credits : Music by Christian Carrière and Frank O'Connor No-input mixer and keyboard : Christian Carrière Guitar and loops : Frank O'Connor Music Mix : Adam S. Wright Mere Phantoms : Maya Ersan and Jaimie Robson Videography : Maia Iotzova http://christiancarriere.com http://merephantoms.com http://adamaudio.ca ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ En 2012 pour la Nuit blanche à Montréal (le 25 février dernier), j'ai participé à une soirée au Musée McCord. Les Mere Phantoms ont créé une installation interactive d'ombres chinoises. Frank O'Connor et moi avont joué de la musique improvisée pour accompagner le tout. Une soirée fort agréable... Crédits : Musique par Christian Carrière et Frank O'Connor Console no-input et clavier : Christian Carrière Guitare et boucles : Frank O'Connor Mixe audio : Adam S. Wright Mere Phantoms : Maya Ersan et Jaimie Robson Images : Maia Iotzova

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