[microsound-announce] [framework] playlist #275: 2010.03.14

. m u r m e r . murmer at murmerings.com
Mon Mar 15 05:44:42 EDT 2010

/*framework*/ - phonography / field recording; contextual and 
decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

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*275: 2010.03.14

* this edition has been produced in montreal, canada by regular 
contributor france jobin, as part of her series my favorite things.  for 
more information visit her website at http://www.i8u.com.  france says:

    Framework - i8u - my favorite things (Installment  #4)

    Bonjour,  I am france jobin, better know as i8u.  Welcome to  "these
    are a few of my favorite things".

    As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field
    recording based works, is very broad however, the thread I like to
    follow is to find  artists who have mastered  their unique identity
    through the music of sound.

    This is the 2nd part of "my favorite things" devoted to nvo.  The
    label is nvo, non visual objects, was founded in 2005 by Heribert
    Friedl and Raphael Moser. In 2007, nvo released   : Extract,
    Portraits of Soundartists, a book and 2 cd's.

    The next hour will be devoted to the 2nd cd's issued as well as
    excerpts from the book.

    from the introduction:

    /"Since we started the label Nonvisualobjects two years ago, many
    collaborations with artists worldwide have arisen, a large, growing
    network has evolved and an extensive body of work has been formed
    that we would like to explore and try to sum up. The book developed
    from the idea of presenting an extract of artists involved in the
    current experimental electro-acoustic music scene, often following a
    rather reduced approach in their work. We would like to present
    artists that work in different areas in this field of
    electro-acoustic music, to cover a large spectrum even in this quite
    specific area.

    With essays, interviews, photos, drawings and other materials
    presented in this book, we try to look at the motivation and
    intention behind the sound production from different perspectives,
    to possibly allow for a new/extended approach to this form of music.
    Many of the artists involved in this project do not exclusively work
    with sound, but also in other artistic disciplines. In this book we
    would like to present these other sides of their work to allow
    crossreferences/crosslinks to open up new aspects of the music.

    The chapters consist of collage-like contributions. Images and text
    should not necessarily be regarded as complete units, but are open
    to various possibilites of interpretation.

    It was not our intention to present a discourse in theories of art
    and music. It was also not our wish to present a curated work on a
    specific topic. Instead we wanted to show very personal portraits
    created by the artists themselves, which describe their way of
    working, the methodology of their sound production and which also
    portray the artist’s physical and not only their intellectual
    environment – where one lives, things of everyday life, things of
    interest and inspiration.

    In the fast moving times of the digital era, it was also our wish
    to, at least partly, hold on to an analogue medium. Should the
    inevitable decay of digitally stored media ever lead to the
    disappearance of much of contemporary art and culture, the
    possibility to refer to this book would still remain."/

    Heribert Friedl, Raphael Moser (http://www.nonvisualobjects.com)

again, we are always looking for material for the show, whether raw 
field recordings, field recording based composition, or introduction 
submissions.  we are also now accepting proposals for full editions of 
our guest curated series.  send proposals or material, released or not, 
on any format, to the address below.  if you have any questions, please 
don't hesitate to get in touch!

tartu mnt 41
63710 ahja

info at frameworkradio.net


*(track  /  artist  /  website)*

1. (hole in a heap)  /  Roel Meelkop  / http://www.r0m.nl
2. Split chance  /  Will Montgomery  / http://www.selvageflame.com
3. Each More Melodious Nothe  /  Tomas Phillips  / 
4. air into form/voice into breath  /  Steve Roden  / 
5.Aiolos (Vangsaa Interior)  /  Jos Smolders  / http://www.jossmolders.nl
6. Parallel  /  Steinbrüchel  / http://www.synchron.ch
7. Nature Out  /  Nao Sugimoto (mondii) http://spekk.net
8. Vierte Beisetzung in Wien  /  Asmus Tietchens  / http://www.tietchens.de
9. Scenery of vibration/Listening to the reflection of points  /  
Toshiya Tsunoda  / http://toshiya-tsunoda.blogspot.com
10. Lux Vivens  /  Ubeboet  / http://www.con-v.org
11. Geste  /  Michael Vorfeld  / http://www.vorfeld.org


framework intro submissions:

1)    take yourself and an audio recorder to a location of your choice
2)    record for /AT LEAST/ one minute before you -
3)    read aloud the following text:

*welcome to framework.

framework is a show consecrated to field recording, and its use in 
composition.  field recording, phonography, the art of sound hunting; 
open your ears and listen!*

*/[3b)  please also feel free to translate this text into your native 
tongue!] /*

4)    continue your recording for /AT LEAST/ two minutes after you have 
finished speaking
5)   post the recording to us on any format, or send us an mp3


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