1. Pauline Oliveros, Environmental Dialogue

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    Breve video che riassume l'attività del workshop "Pauline Oliveros. Environmental Dialogue" tenutosi al Conservatorio di Musica "B. Marcello" di Venezia nei giorni dal 4 al 6 febbraio 2015. Altre informazioni nei titoli del video.

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    • Frontiers Festival 2014 - quartets by Robert Ashley, Elliott Sharp and Pauline Oliveros

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      Performed by the Elysian Quartet with 42 performers on midi units led by James Dooley, this was the world premiere of the complete production of Robert Ashley's 'Quartet Describing The Motion of Large Real Bodies' (1972). The Elysian Quartet was joined by Nuntempa for Elliott Sharp's Double Quartet, 'Occam's Razor'. And the Elysian Quartet finished the programme with '70 Chords for Terry' by Pauline Oliveros.

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      • LORKAS improvisation on oliveros

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        laptop orchestra of arizona state (www.lorkas.org) performs an improvisation on the sonic meditations of pauline oliveros. mesa arts center 12.6.13 programming: courtney brown. direction: garrett l. johnson concert director: garth paine.

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        • ZIM NGQAWANA in Unyazi of the Bushveld

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          Kaganof’s experimental documentary film, Unyazi Of The Bushveld, which opened Pop Shield is a case in point. Essentially a document of Africa’s first international festival of electronic music held in Jo’burg in 2005, the film functions as one of Stockhausen’s “time bombs”: a kind of time machine that blasts open a threshold between different times and spaces to map out a strange new world where African and Western elements of acoustic, electronic and mechanical music sit side by side. “Unyazi,” as organiser Nathaniel Stern explains in the doccie, “is a Zulu term for lightning. With quite spiritual connotations, you know there is no Zulu or Southern African phrase that’s non-English for electricity or electronic so when he wanted to say something in an indigenous language having to do with electronic music unyazi was the best he could come up with.” Here we’re lost in translation, flung into a “holey space” constructed out of thresholds between worlds, a cinematic rabbit warren where lightning is harnessed as electricity, men merge with machines and the ghost of Sid Vicious is resurrected through a virtual collaboration between Karlheinz Stockhausen and Ladysmith Black Mambazo channelled by South Africa’s infamous Kalahari Surfer, Warrick Sony. Here preconceptions and definitions fall by the wayside as American composer George Lewis breathes life into his computer, while South African jazz man Zim Ngqawana blows the circuit boards inside his saxophone. Of course, the message is also in the medium and Unyazi is shot in Kaganof’s trademark digital handheld style, edited with lighting speed jumps and punctuated by scenes washed in culturally taboo special effects filters. Images are superimposed, frames resurrect and linger like lost spirits, the camera spins and twists, the screen splits and fractals erupt from turntables. This “misuse” of technology creates another friction, a powerful alchemic tension between the seeming rawness of the technique and the simultaneous possibility of escape into another and altogether more beautiful world that it offers. But don’t be too en-tranced by Kaganof’s aesthetic seductions. See, for all its clever tricks and digi-ticks, Unyazi never takes itself too seriously. In this sense, the film functions as another kind of “time bomb”: not a travel machine but a ticking trap – a sly device wired to unleash a sneaky slap, like a surprise pie in the face that simultaneously assaults us and unmasks us, leaving us at once covered in fluffy white cream and awkwardly stripped bare. Stacy Hardy keep reading this review here: http://kaganof.com/kagablog/category/films/2007-unyazi-of-the-bushveld/

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          • The Guesthouse : An evening with Pauline Oliveros

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            On Monday the 9th of June 2014, we had a special evening dinner in The Guesthouse in honor of American sound artist and pioneer of listening Pauline Oliveros. She was such a good sport that she joined in for the after food entertainment, and volunteered to read out one of her compositions. This is just an extract of a performance that went over an hour long, a truly a magical evening.

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            • Pauline Oliveros - The Witness (1980)

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              from Yiannis Christofides Added 95 1 0

              Come see a live performance of Pauline Oliveros' The Witness (1980) and additional pieces by Stephen Touchton, Guy Klucevsek and Sepand Shahab this coming Sunday, June 1, 2014 at the wulf. (1026 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90021). Curated by Sepand Shahab and Stephen Touchton, this will be the third concert of the DOG STAR 10 series, this year running from May 30 to June 14 in various locations in Los Angeles. More information: www.thewulf.org http://dogstarorchestra.weebly.com

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              • Vlog: Pauline Oliveros

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                In this vlog, artist and educator Christine Sun Kim interviews 2014 Biennial artist Pauline Oliveros.

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                • EMPAC Fall 2011 - Spring 2012

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                  A Selection of excerpts from the Fall 2011 - Spring 2012 program. *Céleste Boursier-Mougenot *Kònic thtr *Guy Madden *Jason Lescalleet + Graham Lambkin *Caboladies *Keith Fullerton Whitman *Jon Hopkins *Four Tet *Phantom Limb *Shantala Shivalingappa *Francis and the Lights *Japanther *Poor Dog Group *JACK Quartet *Rodrigo Pardo *Bárbara Foulkes *Lucky Dragons *Annie Dorsen *Jean-François Peyret *Talea Ensemble *John Zorn *Peter Edwards + Sabisha Friedberg *Sarah Neufeld *Tyshawn Sorey *Colin Stetson *Kota Yamazaki *SUE-C + AGF *Susan Sgorbati *Wally Cardona + Jennifer Lacey *Jem Cohen *Pauline Oliveros http://empac.rpi.edu/

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                  • Triple Point @ EMPAC

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                    • um·brel·la /ˌəm-ˈbrelə/

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                      In 1970, 65 artists participated in a project called Art in the Mind curated by Athena Spear (Tacha) and published at Oberlin College. An early document of conceptual gestures, the catalog was the exhibition. In 2013, Ann Torke & Nanette Yannuzzi co-curated an online exhibition to be included as part of the 25th year anniversary of the Cleveland Performance Art Festival (PAF) 1988-99, Present and Accounted. um·brel·la /ˌəm-ˈbrelə/ was created as a response to an exchange between John Baldessari and Pauline Oliveros in the Art in the Mind catalog.

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