[microsound-announce] School Of Meat Cutting Workshop - London 26/08/2011
sonicim at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 12:08:01 EDT 2011
I would love to see that performance you do with your own flesh. I am
curious about the sound and like the concept and I surely am not disturbed -
you have full authority on yourself.
But I do find it pretty disturbing and disrespectful to animals to use their
parts, no matter where they come from and where they were going to go to.
May be that's because I don't see them as "meat".
On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 11:47 AM, Ryan Jordan <ryan-jordan at hotmail.co.uk>wrote:
> >I mean, seriously? Why don't you use your own flesh??
> i have and do
> >Leave animals alone.
> they're dead anyway and going to be thrown in the bin by the butchers
> no offence intended.
> Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2011 11:45:01 -0400
> Subject: Re: [microsound-announce] School Of Meat Cutting Workshop - London
> From: sonicim at gmail.com
> To: ryan-jordan at hotmail.co.uk
> CC: microsound-announce at or8.net
> "Through integrating the dead flesh with electricity and electronic
> components, the lifeless
> meat will, in a way, reanimate."
> Oh man, how rad and genious is that?
> I mean, seriously? Why don't you use your own flesh??
> Leave animals alone.
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ryan Jordan <ryan-jordan at hotmail.co.uk>wrote:
> School Of Meat Cutting
> Friday 26th August 12:00 – 18:00
> nnnnn, Unit 73a, Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London, E8 4QN
> A workshop in low life circuit bending, blasting, and building. Using the
> circuits from various electronic detritus and building your own circuitry,
> you will learn to create and construct your own psychotic synthesisers and
> noise machines.
> These will then be used to bind together various bits of meat and flesh
> (such as sheep heads, beef heart, cow eyes, brains, skulls, etc.) to
> create a some kind of deformed mutant meat machine. Through integrating
> the dead flesh with electricity and electronic components, the lifeless
> meat will, in a way, reanimate.
> The basic idea is for everyone to work together to create some kind of
> mutant sculpture which will form the center piece for the evenings
> performance event.
> By the end of the workshop you will have learnt how to circuit bend,
> blast, and build; rewire basic electronics; build noise machines with
> 555's, CMOS chips and op-amps; integrate unconventional, everyday objects
> into your circuits; be adept at soldering; learn how to saw through bone
> and molest rotten flesh. Workshop participants take away what they've made
> with them at the end, if they can salvage it from the rotten flesh.
> Fee and Booking
> Workshop is limited to 15 participants maximum.
> £30 Unemployed/JSA/Student/etc (ID required)
> £35 Employed
> Fee covers all materials and equipment, but you are always welcome to
> bring your own extra bits too.
> To reserve a place please contact info at nnnnn.org.uk and pay online here
> Workshop leaders
> Andy Bolus (Evil Moisture) http://schoolofmeatcutting.free.fr/
> Ryan Jordan http://ryanjordan.org/
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