2001
1st January. Mattin. New Year's Eve party organised by Borja Serra. wharehouse. Bilbao.
9th of june - Mattin.Ertz festival ( aula de cultura de Bera) Bera, Navarra www.amanitarecords.com/ertz
1st of july - Mattin at public life ( london)
19th of july -Sakada at the Klinker (Mattin, Eddie Prévost and Rosy Parlane). London www.theklinker.freeserve.co.uk
JULY 29th, Mattin. 7pm-11pm THE LIFT (above the City Of Brighton Pub), Queens Rd. Brighton
august spicy music festival
30th September- Alexander Brener, Barbara Schurz, Mattin & Denis Dubovtsev. Public Life. London.
7th of october -Mattin Elektronikaldia festival, Donostia www.elektronikaldia.org
18th of october-She Hated Sweets (Mattin & Rohan Thomas). smallfish record shop london.
22th november-APARALLEL (with joel stern and denis dubovtsev at 291 gallery hackney rd.london (visual work by birgit medele)
30th november- with musik group musik, at centurion london
6th of december-Mattin 13th note glaswow
8th december-Mattin Hat on Wall (24-26 hat on wall clekenwell) london from 8:30.cancelled
13th december-Mattin rective night (http://www.rective.co.uk), upstairs at the garege, london from 9pm
16th december-Mattin sunday 7pm-11pm THE LIFT (above the City Of Brighton Pub), Queens Rd. Brighton. cancelled
17th of december- bonnington london with Eparragu (joel stern, romuald wadych, denis dubovtsev)
28th december-Mattin at hinoeuma at red rose, london fron 9

 

2002

20 th january audit at the clinic ,13 gerrard st london w1 Sakada (mattin eddie prevost and rosy parlane) from 8 pm

15th Feb. 8.00pm, LMC Free Love Festival, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square. London.Tim Goldie (drums/voice), Mattin (computer feedback), Alan Wilkinson (alto/baritone saxapho)

berlin (de) podewil        20 feb  rosy parlane(sigmaeditions), mattin(w.m.o/r), rohan thomas(sigmaeditions), eric freeman (digital kranky) [solo sets]

berlin (de) nbi 21 feb  rosy/mattin, she hated sweets(mattin/rohan), rohan/ rosy [duo's]
hamburg  (de) hoerbar 22 feb  rohan thomas, rosy parlane, mattin, Y-Ton-G(hamburg), Slackism(dresden)
nijmegen (nl) extrapool 24 feb  yoshio machida, mattin, rosy,rohan
rotterdam (nl) worm 27 feb Sakada, eddie prévost (AMM)/mattin/rosy parlane-trio .computer feedback + percussion,  blast ,   dj-rohan

12th march- broken consort at st. cyprians church. london. 8 pm.chris burn-piano, tom chant-soprano sax, angharad davies-violin, rhodri davies-harp, matt davis-trumpet, mattin-computer feedback, mark wastell violoncello.

24th march- Baggage reclaim, london.eddie prévost (AMM)/mattin/rosy parlane-trio .computer feedback + percussion

26th april- Mattin, Centurion, london 8 pm

27th april- oligarch shit transfusion night, DEFLAG HAEMORRHAGE/HAIEN KONTRA ( tim goldie & mattin) Betsy trotwood 8pm. free/ donations

29th april Inventory, Mattin/Rosy Parlane live at Mendietan cd presentation at Public Life 82a Commercial Street London E1 6LY from 8:30 pm free
6 th May- Freedom of the city 2002 Festival, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square. London.3pm

Takke (voice + )
Evan Parker (soprano saxophone)
Tim Goldie (percussion)
Ross Lambert (electric guitar)
Mattin (computer feedback)
Michael Rogers (bass guitar)

9 th May-Mattin. Sprawl, at Global cafe. Golden Square. 8:30pm. London.

14th May- 7 to 9 pm NO NETWORK at resonancefm 104.4. near dead air

25th May-" words for work" conversational piece shown at "Broadcast", Cubbit Gallery

20th May- DEFLAG HAEMORRHAGE/HAIEN KONTRA ( tim goldie & mattin) live.London Wheatsheaf.8:30pm.£4/£3. London

21 st May- Belaska ( Mark Wastell & Mattin) live at St. Cyprians Church, glenworth st. Baker st. tube. 8pm
3th June-ixi night at public life (london) featuring rohan thomas, mattin & oren ambarchi. 3-9pm, free
8th june- Ertz festival (bera, basque country) ixi & mattin. 9pm.
9th june-bar bullit (bilbao)ixi, oren ambarchi & mattin. 9pm. free
11th june- Wrong festival (barcelona). mattin (solo) 9pm
12th june- Wrong festival (barcelona) oren ambarchi & mattin (cancelled). 9pm

1st July- Noise Flamenco & Denis Duvbotsev, Mark Browny, Belaska(Mark Wastel & Mattin) at Bonnington center, 8:30pm

3th July- Tim Goldie percussion, Simon H. Fell double bass, Mattin guitar. Red Rose, 8:30 pm

Attakame tour July: with Joel Stern

12th in zagreb ( Croatia) attack at Autonomna Tvornica Kulture, Mattin (solo), Joel Stern (solo)
13th  Radio Student live broadcast, Slovenia Mattin (solo)

14th Brezice, Slovenia

17 th cherkno. Slovenia with Joel Stern and Jani

18th  Klub Gromka/Metelkova/Ljubljana
 23rd  Fluc, Vienna. solo andwith Joel Stern and Christoff Kurzmann

24 th Radio Jeleni, Prague
 25th Between Dresden and Prague project, bar Parukarka. Prague. Solo and with Joel Stern
 26th at raumschiff zitrone in Berlin. Solo

OLIGARCH SHIT TRANSFUSION

28th Sept:

John Edwards (Double Bass)

Deflag Haemorrhage/ Haien Kontra ( Tim Goldie- drums/voice + Mattin- guitar/computer feedback)

Anthony Guerra (guitar) + Matthew Nidek (drums

29th Sept:

Eddie Prevost ( drums) + Michael Rodgers ( acoustic guitar)

Deflag Haemorrhage/ Haien Kontra ( Tim Goldie- drums/voice + Mattin- guitar/computer feedback)

Ross Lambert ( guitar/voice/objects) + Romuald Wadych (objects)

at the Foundry (Old str.), 8pm Free/ donations. London

mon 26.05.2003
   inländer raus!
   ausland / berlin charhizma presents: burkhard stangl (at) werner dafeldecker (at) boris hauf (at) martin siewert (at) christof kurzmann (at) dean roberts (nz) michael hartman (usa) dj junkroc (usa) taku sugimoto (jap) oren ambarchi (aus) mattin (eus) anna zaradny (pl) robert piotrowicz (pl) johannes bergmark (swe) dj yasmina haddad (libn)

 

tue 27.05.2003
   inländer raus!
   ausland / berlin charhizma presents: burkhard stangl (at) werner dafeldecker (at) boris hauf (at) martin siewert (at) christof kurzmann (at) dean roberts (nz) michael hartman (usa) dj junkroc (usa) taku sugimoto (jap) oren ambarchi (aus) mattin (eus) anna zaradny (pl) robert piotrowicz (pl) johannes bergmark (swe) dj yasmina haddad (libn)

 

wed 28.05.2003
   mattin/c.kurzmann
   club terminal/bratislava / festival multiplace 2003

 

thu 29.05.2003
   improv @ fluc
   fluc / wien christof kurzman dieb 13 taku sugimoto burkhard stangl mattin martin siewert boris hauf michael hartmann dean roberts werner dafeldecker

 

institut fünfhaus presents
fri 30.05.2003
   improv @ fluc
   fluc / wien christof kurzman dieb 13 taku sugimoto burkhard stangl mattin martin siewert boris hauf michael hartmann dean roberts werner dafeldecker

 

sat 21st June. 8-9:30pm.

El Corsal Desastre, Mattin at Richard Thomas program "BANALITY" on Resonace Fm. London

 

 

sun. 22nd June. 8pm

Trencher

The perfect human experiment

El Corsal Desastre

Deflag Heamorrhage/Haien KontraThe last Deflag Haemorrhage/Haien Kontra London gig for some months will deliver the fucking goods. ___________________________________________________________________________________
"I know it's not a case of hours or days 'til I get better. I know I'm fucked, and you don't/can't realise the enormity of that. I feel so unutterably fucked over by you. This tinnitus will not heal. These hemorrhoids'll last for god only knows. So, I well, apologize for my 'despicable' behaviour. I am so disgusted with myself, with you and your inane drivel and pats on the back so fucking hideously patronising, and my joke-cum-begging. Good fucking luck you fucking mess."
___________________________________________________________________________________
....remember sentients you embalmed still alive excelled yourself purblind sarcoma of selfishness and indolence loquist hyperparasite cumberworld drag you under again ensilaged body betrays you straw man counts for shit now the risk is gone fucks otaxia bloat fucks otaxia chassis divulge throat cloak violate blackworld oath internecine masquerading mourn own death sycophantic slake abuliacs fuelling legitimising eachother slump executrix cut swap false glossect...
___________________________________________________________________________________


 The Swan
 353 High Rd.   N17
tube- Seven sisters 

 

12th August live sound mit dieb13, mattin & oliver stotz, visuals von billy roisz . mediencamp. karlsplatz. Vienna
22th August Sakada ( Eddie Prévost, Xabier Erkizia, Mattin). Arteleku. Donosti

23th August Sakada ( Eddie Prévost, Xabier Erkizia, Mattin). laressistens. atxuri 14, 21:00, 3euros.MEM y aste nagusia. Bilbo

WHITE
montag, 1.sept.2003, 20uhr
white room, wien MQ eingang volkstheater, zweite tuer rechts freier eintritt / bring your own drinks
billy roisz pure klaus filip noid burkhard stangl hans falb philipp schmickl mattin dieb13 radu malfatti

 

3th Sept.
The pirates have won the allegorical war
Philosophy Queen Live at Media camp.
Anja Buechele, Matthew Hyland,
Mattin
Vienna
21:00free

 

3th October Jean Luc Guionnet, " " [sic] Goldie, Mattin.instant chavires, Paris
25 October Mattin. LEM festival. Barcelona
4th November Klaus Filip , Radu Malfatti & Mattin. IFTAF. Vienna
6th November Klaus Filip, Robin Hyward & Mattin. Raunshif Zitrone. Berlin
9th November Klaus Filip& Mattin.szczecin. Poland
10th November Klaus Filip& Mattin. Cave 12. Geneva
11th November Klaus Filip & Mattin. mood. Zurich
14th November. Jason Kahn, Klaus Filip, Mattin.Jenatsch Str.10. 21 h. free.Zurich
15th November Klaus Filip & Mattin.Gallerie Paolo Boselli .MEM presentation. Brussels
Nov. 16 . . . LiveListening Series @ Anthology Film Archives, NYC
The Bill will be:
Margarida Garcia€Barry Weisblat
Mattin
David Daniel€Tim Barnes
Nov. 18 . . . FreeFormMashUp @ the Terrace, Princeton, NJ
The Bill will be:
Mattin€Tim Barnes
Margarida Garcia€Barry Weisblat
http://silvertone.princeton.edu/~newton/ffmup/
20th November Mattin. Crhist Church. Rochester
Nov.22 . . . PeopleMusic @ ISSUE Project Room, NYC

Mattin & Tim Barnes
Margarida Garcia & Barry Weisblat
David Daniel &J ames Elliot
23th November. Mattin. Tonic. New York 
30th November. Sakada ( Anne Guthrie Eddie Prévost Mattin). 45 tudor road , off well st. Hackney. London
1st December. Mattin. Bonnington Center. London
2th December. Zeigam Azizov, " " [sic] Goldie, Mattin + Takehiro Nishide, Dan Beban, Gillermo, Will. Resonance fm. London
4th December Belaska (Mark Wastell & Mattin). Improvisa Festival. Barcelona
6th December Belaska (Mark Wastell & Mattin). MEM Festival. Bilbo

18th December. Mattin. Bar Bullitt. MEM. c/ Dos de Mayo, 3.Bilbo

tp://mobile-radio.net

TIGERS MIND & MATTIN tour

tigersmind at mo-e-SMALL

Tigers Mind with Mattin:

>>>> 21.11 @ Testrup Hojskole
>>>> 22.11 @ Phonognom, Arhus
>>>> 23.11 @ Mayhem, Copenhagen w/Lights People

Tigers Mind:
DANIELLE DAHL, saxophones
THOMAS EILER, drums
NIKLAS ADAM, mixing board


Tuesday, 3rd of December 2013
Fylkingen

Emma Kim Hagdahl : Name Given By The Spectator 
Au-dehors : Louis Laurain, Rodolphe Loubatière, Yoann Durant 
Mattin



Doors open at 7.30pm
Starts at 8pm
Söder Mälarstrand 27 
118 25 STOCKHOLM 



Ultra minimalist beach rave without PA

improvisation and collective listening as protagonists:

waves as beats, your subjectivity as instrument and

the coast of Bizkaia as a revelatory stage.


Another unforgettable night with you!


Wednesday 24 July 2013

21:30 Algorta´s exit of Metro de Bilbao







2014





04 MAR 2014 (Ter), 20h30
Lançamento de edição discográfica 8MM
http://www.8mmrecs.com/
"Regler" (LP) de REGLER (Anders "Drajan" Bryngelsson e Mattin),
com a presença de Mattin
Sismógrafo, Praça dos Poveiros, 56, 1.º andar, Porto

Welcome to the ground zero of music. Regler is the new, unbelievable project from Anders "Drajan" Bryngelsson (Brainbombs, No Balls)  and Mattin (Billy Bao, Josetxo Grieta) . Dancing on the ashes of a whole cultural breakdown, they bring us to a non returning point, where the dead body of rock first explodes, then implodes upon itself. There is no joke, people: this is the punkest record ever made! Mastered by Rashad Becker. Edition of 200 copies." (label info)






EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/

Fundação de Serralves
Rua D. João de Castro, 210
4150-417 Porto Portugal



06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender


EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender
- See more at: http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/#sthash.cC9dO9U2.dpuf
EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender
- See more at: http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/#sthash.cC9dO9U2.dpuf
Capitalism provides the face as a visual representation of the “I”  and 
“One cannot dismantle the face without also evacuating the voice."*


Under the conditions of real subsumption that prevail in contemporary capitalism, which demand from us different forms of hypersubjectivation, we will investigate the possibility of performatively evacuating the voice from our body. 

During ten one-hour sessions, we will seek to evacuate our voice from an specific viewpoint: improvisation and thought will be linked together in order to investigate not only how our voice is produced, but also how we are produced by it. We will examine ourselves in order to try to understand how are we determined biologically, psycologically and culturally.

We will contemplate the sound produced in this experiment as a non-autopositional noise:
a noise that abjures generic aesthetic idioms, but without being reflexive or entirely discursive.
We will see this evacuation of the voice as an attempt at a process of subjective depersonalization” where “we” will be become digital registration for future possible analysis through the recording of these sessions. We will start by trying to understand how we are constituted as subjects in this context followed by the attempt to generate a distantiation from our thoughts. "We" becomes a material for experimentation. 

By doing this we will force a defamiliarized perspective of our thinking, 
not only as inseparable activity of the correlation between reality and our mind, 
but also in direct connection with the proposed structures of each session
This distantiation will allow us to understand our psychological, physiological and neurobiological conditions from an outsider's pespective: thinking from a physical body connected through our nervous system to physical reality, but maintaining the gap between 
concepts and objects.

After the sessions we will share this process through publication containing the recordings and texts, and exploring further the aftermath of this evacuation. Listeners and readers will have the chance to examine the results.


* Robin Mackay (2011) on Nick Land´s KatasoniX in the indroduction to his Fanged Noumena: Collected Writings 1987-2007, Falmouth: Urbanomic. p. 41.


Execution by Mattin and Miguel Prado


07 MAR (SEX), 15H30: Mattin e Miguel Prado na Aula Magna da FBAUP

Uma apresentação na Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto pelos artistas Mattin e Miguel Prado sobre o seu percurso artístico e o seu projeto Evacuação da Voz.
Entrada livre.





MATTIN - SONGBOOK 5

Release Date: March 2014

Label: Disembraining

Catalogue – What Is Not Music #1




www.disembraining.com


In May 2013, Disembraining invited Mattin to Australia to conceive a series of works addressing the question ‘What is not music?’ The question refers respectfully to the long-running Australian experimental festival ‘What is Music?’ reframing it as negation in order to investigate -What sounds remain impossible to assimilate? What isn’t music?


Mattin responded by creating the 5th edition of his songbook series: an ongoing work that uses “improvisation as a way or exposing structural clichés in pop/rock music” and “song structures to demystify the so-called spontaneity and freedom of improvisation.”

Songbook 5 was created according to a strict set of conditions generated through an obsessively literal reiteration of the number 5. Yet it is clearly a ‘rock’ record in sound and feeling. As such it may be the most structurally determined ‘’rock’ album ever. An album that holds a mirror to rock’s ‘freedom’, celebrating its own mediation.


Songbook 5 features contributions from Joel Stern and Alex Cuffe (of Sky Needle), Andrew McLellan (of Cured Pink) and the legendary NZ guitarist Dean Roberts (Thela, White Winged Moth, Autistic Daughters).


7-8 May 2013, Melbourne, Australia.


1: 5 musicians record 5 improvised songs of 5 minutes each addressing 5 concepts described in 5x5 word titles


What Isn’t Music After Cage? - Aware Of Its Own Mediation - Stuck In Our Own Trap - Alienation As An Enabling Condition - The Act Acting On Itself


2: Mattin performs a 25 minute concert with 5x5 minute sections structured by 5 instructions based on the song titles given to 5 members of the audience.


3: Mattin records vocals for the 5 songs in the form of a singing lecture at the Victorian College of the Arts. The audience only hears Mattin’s voice (he listens to the backing tracks on headphones).


4: Recordings of parts 1, 2 and 3 are superimposed to create a 25 minute album consisting of 5x5 minute songs.


5: Record released in an edition of 555 copies.


Distribution:

USA – Little Big Chief - brock.kappers [at] gmail [dot] com

Europe – mattin [at] mattin [dot] org

Australia – Disembraining – joel [at] otherfilm [dot] org



TIP OF THE TONGUE 02 MARCH 2014 VOLCANIC TONGUE (Glasgow)

http://www.volcanictongue.com/tips

Stunning new album of deconstructed/overloaded avant rock wildmanisms dedicated to the memory of Lou Reed and Carlos Artiach: Songbook #5 was created in five parts between 7th-8th May 2013 in Melbourne. Part one involved five musicians – Mattin, Joel Stern of Sky Needle, Dean Roberts of Thela/White Winged Moth et al, Alex Cuffe and Andrew McLellan of Greg Boring and Bitter Defeat – who recorded five spontaneous ‘songs’ each in response to five different concepts. Part two consisted of a 25 minute concert in five minute sections structured by five instructions based on the song titles given to members of the audience. Part three saw Mattin recording vocals for the five songs in the form of a ‘singing’ lecture where the audience only heard his vocals as he listened to the backing track on headphones. Part four consisted of superimposing recordings of parts one, two and three to create a 25 minute album consisting of five x five minute songs while part five is the release of the album proper in an edition of 555 copies. This is one of the most rocking and crankily DIY releases from Mattin to date. His vocals orbit the whole shackles-raising school of a Genesis P-Orridge or John Lydon circa PiL while the band come over like a post-Industrial fourth world folk punk orchestra, with ripping fuzz leads, stumpy Moondog-style rhythms, all-out psych/rock blare and moments of weird stunted dialogue that come over like Peter Christopherson’s use of suspect tapes. Can’t think of anyone who combines such a degree of formal rigour w/creative binds and yet who makes rock music that sounds so great that it more than transcends its critical genesis. Another killer from Mattin and the cream of the Oz/NZ underground, highly recommended!




UNCONSCIOUS ARCHIVES #12

Mattin / Makino Takashi / Pant

Unconscious Archives

Wednesday, 14 May 2014 from 19:30 to 23:00 (BST)

Apiary Studios - 458 Hackney Road, London, E2 9EG

London, United Kingdom





Alte-Schmiede
http://www.alte-schmiede.at

3.6. Dienstag
19.00
LQ
Collapsing Ourselves – Eine Performance zur Präsentation des gleichnamigen Albums
HONG-KAI WANG
(Sprecherin) & MATTIN (Sprecher)

Die aus Taiwan stammende und nach vielen Jahren in New York nun in Wien lebende Künstlerin Hong-Kai Wang geht in ihren Arbeiten vom Hören als spekulativem Werkzeug zur Erforschung von Beziehungen und der Konstruktion kulturellen Gedächtnisses aus. Dabei stellt sie kollaborative und Prozess-orientierte Zugänge in den Mittelpunkt. Für Collapsing Ourselves arbeitet sie mit dem baskischen, in Schweden ansässigen Künstler und Musiker Mattin zusammen. Die KünstlerInnen nehmen die Aufnahme eines ihrer Gespräche über die materiellen Bedingungen ihrer Arbeit als Ausgangspunkt und überlagern diese mit Aufnahmen weiterer Gespräche dazu in sehr unterschiedlichen Kontexten. Das so entstandene Album wird von den Labels Mount Analogue (Stockholm) und Audiovisualarts (New York) gemeinsam herausgebracht. Mattin ist ein international konzertierender Improvisator wie auch Autor (gemeinsam mit Anthony Iles) des Buches Noise and Capitalism. Hong-Kai Wang präsentierte ihre Arbeiten unter anderem bei der Venedig–Biennale 2011 und im Museum of Modern Art (2013, New York). VK

Alte Schmiede Kunstverein Wien
Anschrift: Schönlaterngasse 9,
1010 Wien, Österreich
Bürozeiten: Mo-Fr 9-17.00 Uh



The Magical Secrecy Tour at N.K.

June 5th 2014 DOORS 21:00 CONCERTS 21:30
http://www.transmediale.de/content/the-magical-secrecy-tour
http://www.nkprojekt.de/the-magical-secrecy-tour-happening/

PERFORMANCES & WORKS BY:

MATTIN / ALBERTO DE CAMPO & HANNES HOELZL / HACKLANDER \ HATAM, FREDRIK OLOFSSON & DOREEN KUTZKE / MATTHEW GOODHEART / PAUL BRODY / ALEXEY KOCHETKOV’S THE NEW BERLIN ORIENTAL QUINTET / LEAKED FILM SCREENING LARS EIDINGER & JOHNATHAN LETHEM

N.K. curates an exceptional evening with musicians and artists responding to data politics, surveillance & privacy issues, cultures of fear and Snowden’s actions. Come hear sonified metadata; experiments in both computer-controlled instruments and stroboscopes; algorithmic composition using various programming environments; and see familiar NSA slides in a new light.

The Magical Secrecy Tour is co-produced by transmediale/resource, N.K. Projekt, and Leslie Dunton-Downer.

NK

Elsenstr. 52/
2.Hinterhaus Etage 2
12059 Berlin Neukölln
0049(0)17620626386




Actividades Sónar+D

A l'Escolta



Encuentro internacional sobre el giro sonoro en las artes

¿En qué consiste y qué implica el acto de escuchar? Partiendo de esta pregunta de carácter general, CaixaForum Barcelona presenta, en el marco de la 21ª edición del Festival Internacional de Música Avanzada y New Media Art de Barcelona Sónar, el encuentro "A l'Escolta". El objetivo de este programa de charlas, performances y otras experiencias alrededor de la escucha es plantear y discutir algunos de los interrogantes que suscita esto que habitualmente denominamos como "arte sonoro".

¿Qué es el arte sonoro? ¿No se trata, tal como señalaba Max Neuhaus, de una denominación más bien ambigua y poco informativa? ¿No revela en sí misma una excesiva atención por el sonido entendido como un simple medio, dejando de lado los aspectos que forman parte de su correlato? ¿Esto que se denomina "arte sonoro", no tendría que servir, precisamente, para examinar de forma crítica la acción de escuchar y proponer formas alternativas de prestar atención?

El encuentro "A l'Escolta" reúne por primera vez en nuestro país a varios de los principales expertos internacionales para repensar la aproximación teórica y crítica a un arte del sonido y de la escucha. Seth Kim-Cohen o Salomé Voegelin son algunos de los participantes de este encuentro pionero donde también habrá lugar para la puesta en práctica de la reflexión. La instalación sonora "Last Days. Réquiem por las Glòries", que recoge y transforma el antiguo paisaje sonoro alrededor de plaza de las Glòries, o un trabajo creado para la ocasión entre Seth Kim-Cohen y Mattin (en su primera colaboración) son dos de las propuestas que complementan las diversas ponencias y debates del programa.

La instalación funciona como correlato sonoro de la imagen gráfica del encuentro “A l'Escolta”. Inspirada e la célebre fotografía del puente de Brooklyn que Max Neuhaus (1939-2009) dedicó en 1976 a Jo Jones, y donde se puede leer con grandes letras mayúsculas la palabra “LISTEN” (“ESCUCHA”), la fotografía está tomada debajo de la anilla viaria de las Glòries. De este modo, las instalación sonora de Edu Comelles complementa el homenaje a ese pionero del arte sonoro en el 75 aniversario de su nacimiento.

Ciclo comisariado por Arnau Horta.

10 y 11 de junio
CaixaForum Barcelona
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8

Gratis para acreditados profesionales de Sónar+D.
Plazas limitadas.
Para la inscripción previa es necesario escribir a jaume.colomer@sonar.es

Público general: 6 € por día
50% de descuento a clientes "la Caixa"

CaixaForum Barcelona
Programa

Martes 10 de junio
  • 17:15
    Bienvedida y presentación
  • 17:30
    Carme Pardo: “Habitando el mundo desde la escucha”
  • 18:30
    Marta García Quiñones: “Una perspectiva historica sobre los régimenes de la escucha: arte sonoro, tecnologías del sonido y psicoacústica”
  • 19:30
    ------- Pausa (15') -------
  • 19:45
    Presentación instalación “Last Days. Rèquiem per les Glòries” a cargo de Edu Comelles
  • 20:15
    José Manuel Costa: “El sonido expuesto”

Miercoles 11 de junio
  • 17:30
    Salomé Voegelin: “Listening to the inaudible: The sound of unicorns”
  • 18:30
    Conversación entre Lluís Nacenta y Edwin Van der Heide sobre la instalación “Spectral Difractions
  • 19:15
    ------- Pausa (15') -------
  • 19:30
    Seth Kim-Cohen: “Dams, Weirs, and Damn Weird Ears: Post-Ergonal Sound”
  • 20:30
    Mesa redonda con Marta García Quiñones, Carme Pardo, Salomé Voegelin, José Manuel Costa y Seth Kim-Cohen
  • 21:30
    Performance “Enlist”. Seth Kim-Cohen + Mattin

Crítica del evento de Nando Cruz:
http://www.elperiodico.com/es/noticias/ocio-y-cultura/estetica-conflicto-3298917







30 junio al 3 de julio:

TALLER: IMPROVISACIÓN LIBRE: ¿PERO QUIÉN ES LIBRE?

16:00 — 20:00 H.

 

Inscripción gratuita hasta el 24 de junio.  Descargar formulario y enviar a actividades.ca2m@madrid.org.  Más información en 91 276 02 27

 

Durante la semana del 30 junio al 3 de julio se desarrollará un taller que concluirá en un concierto final en la picnic del día 3 de julio. Durante esos días trataremos algunas preguntas en relación la improvisación libre hoy en dia: ¿En las condiciones en las que vivimos quién, de qué tipo de libertad estamos hablando? ¿Cómo entendemos el sujeto improvisador? ¿Acaso necesitamos instrumentos para improvisar? finalmente ¿Qué tipo de improvisación hoy en día puede realmente ser un ejercicio de libertad? Durante los taller trataremos estas preguntas discutiendo y haciendo diferentes ejercicios como forma de preparación para el concierto final

3 julio CONCIERTO DENTRO DE LAS PICNIC SESSIONS:

20:30 H. Laboratorio: ALEX MENDIZABAL
LABORATORIO DE OREJAS

21:30 H. IMPROVISACIÓN LIBRE.  MATTIN CON PARTICIPANTES DEL TALLER
IMPROVISACIÓN LIBRE: ¿PERO QUIÉN ES LIBRE?

22:15 H. CHUS DOMÍNGUEZ



Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Avda. Constitución 23
28931 Móstoles, Madrid
T (+34) 91 276 02 21

Picnic sessions


5 julio 2014
Grupo de lectura/Reading group with Anthony Iles (discussion will be in English)

Qué hacer bajo la subsunción real? /What is to be done under real subsumption?

http://bulegoa.org/tercera-sesi-n-del-grupo-lectura-qu-hacer-bajo-subsunci-n-real
http://bulegoa.org/en/third-session-what-be-done-under-real-subsumption-reading-group


Text to be discussed:
Work, Work Your Thoughts, and Therein see a Siege

Available here:
http://www.minorcompositions.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/CommunizationDiscontents-web.pdf

Bulegoa z/b | Solokoetxe 8 bajo, 48006 Bilbao




4 y 5 de Julio // 4th and 5th of July // Uztailak 4 eta 5

ESPACIO OPEN ( ribera de deusto 70b-1º, bilbao, espacioopen.com ) [map]



Viernes 4 // Friday 4 // Ostirala 4, 20:00

cada actuación durará un máximo de 20 minutos

MAGMADAM
TOMAS GRIS LOTY NEGARTI
YOLANDA URIZ ANGEL FARALDO
EL PALOMAR
HECTOR REY
L´OCELLE MARE
MIREN JAIO
NEFERTITIS
--
DJ AGNES PE

Sabado 5 // Saturday 5 // Larunbata 5, 20:00

cada actuación durará un máximo de 20 minutos

WET
MARION CRUZA
AMAIA URRA
ARNAUD RIVIERE
COLOMBINA´S
ENXAMIO DO CARNEIRO
MATTIN
ANTINOO
--
DJ AGNES PE

12 Julio 2014


Al Karpenter Ensemble + Billy Bao

Sentinel Rock Club
C/ LEGAZPI, 4 - Bajo
48950 Erandio - (Bizkaia)




BILLY BAO + PUTAN CLUB (Francia)

en IBU HOTS (Gasteiz)
c/Jacinto Benavente 6
 20 de Julio a las 20:00 h.






Fifth session of the “What Is to Be Done Under Real Subsumption?” reading group*
BGE
Saturday, 26 July, 2014 - 10:00

 “What is real subsumption? Marx defines ‘formal subsumption’ as the process in which capital integrates an existing labour process: techniques, markets, means of production, workers, etc. But the development of capital inexorably transforms social relations and modes of labour in accordance with its own requirements. The real subsumption of the labour process occurs once every aspect of the latter has been subordinated to capitalist production, whose end is simply the self-valorisation of value”.
Ray Brassier, ‘Wandering Abstraction’

Following the financial crisis and the ongoing social struggles all over the world, we witness the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer and yet don't seem to have a credible political horizon able to stop the process. What theoretical tools would allow us to think adequately about this particular time in history? Where could we find such tools in this cultural landscape of ruins? What is clear is that we are without a compelling narrative of this crisis; however, theory is still a necessary background to common action. On one hand, social action is more urgent than ever, but on the other, dominant ideology is tending to atomize and fragment us collectively. The Internet has given us increased connectivity, but is also generating more and more individual forms of subjectivation. Working collectively appears to be very difficult, and when it does occur, it does so under very generic terms and demands, such as we are the 99% or ¡Democracia real YA! This reading group will discuss notions such as 'collectivity' and 'organisation', and consider what a revolutionary subject could be today.

In order to do so, we will attempt to analyze the state of contemporary capitalism and ask what kind of politics could be critical, desirable and effective under real subsumption. At the same time, we will attempt to explore implications and consequences of these politics in relation to contemporary art practices. To this purpose, we will look at different emerging theories which consider the possible defeat of capitalism. We will take as a starting point a recent text by philosopher Ray Brassier which looks at two theoretical tendencies: Communisation and Accelerationism. Both of these tendencies take Marx as a starting point, but call into question the proletariat as a revolutionary subject under real subsumption. Communisation here differs from its deployment by Tiqqun and Invisible Committee and revolves instead around its theorisation by Marxist ultra-left collectives such us Théorie Communiste, Endnotes, Blaumachen, Riff-Raff which together run SIC- International Journal for Communisation.

Accelerationism is a term coined by Benjamin Noys in 2008 in order to criticise British philosopher Nick Land and his idea that capitalism has liberating qualities that should be embraced and even taken to their ultimate consequences to bring about radical change. The idea came about with the failure of '68 and resulting disenchantment. Historical references for it are Jean-François Lyotard’s Libidinal Economy and Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus. Accelerationism has been reconsidered recently by Alex Williams and Nick Srnicek in the “#Accelerate Manifesto”.

Communisation as understood by the collective Endnotes is the direct destruction of capital as self-valorising value and the destruction of the relationship of reproduction of workers as workers. This notion of Communisation is against the notion of Programatism: a theory and practice of class struggle in which the proletariat finds, in its drive toward liberation, the fundamental elements of a future social organisation which become the programme to be carried out. Accelerationist politics instead thinks that a certain Programatism is not only possible but necessary in order to preserve the gains of late capitalism and its technologies while progressing beyond its value system and governance structures. Here we have two different views on how to think about our future. From them emerge several crucial questions: is thought entirely instrumentalised for capitalist self-valorisation or can we use it in order to comprehend the processes which lead to our own commodification? How can we consider the link between the conceptual and the social at a practical level?

These questions are applicable to all capitalist societies, but are pertinent in Bilbao considered from the specific context of the Basque Country, where we are experiencing a new political situation following the ceasefire of ETA. Spain is simultaneously witnessing a series of struggles and protest demonstrations against financial cuts and an authoritarian administration that favours capital imposed by corrupt government. How can these theories be related to our particular context?

Text to be discussed:
Wandering Abstraction by Ray Brassier
http://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/wandering-abstraction
and reply by Anna O'Lory


To receive the bibliography and take part in the reading session from 10.00 to 14.00 please contact bulegoa@bulegoa.org

This is the fifth and last session of the “What Is to Be Done Under Real Subsumption?” reading group series. The series will conclude with a workshop on the 28th and 29th of November 2014. Anna O'Lory, Federico Corriente, Ray Brassier, Marina Vishmidt and Anthony Iles will take part in the workshop. Loty Negarti and Mattin coordinate both reading sessions and workshop.

Bulegoa z/b | Solokoetxe 8 bajo, 48006 Bilbao



BILLY BAO
Bakio Sound

9 August 2014







5th of November, Wednesday
Ray Brassier and Mattin
Non-idiomatic Improvisation (Guitar and drums)
7pm AUB Byblos Bank Art Gallery
http://www.aub.edu.lb/art_galleries/Pages/index.aspx
 
6th of November, Thursday
Mattin in collaboration with...
7pm, 98weeks @ The Mansion
http://mansion-blatt.blogspot.com/
 
On Alienation is a doctoral research in different chapters and formats on the concept of alienation.
For each chapter, Mattin does a performance in which abstract, theoretical ideas are explored in a
concrete situation. Mattin is interested in collapsing scientific experiment and experimental music,
and in reconsidering the correlation between cause and effect when particular factors and concepts
are manipulated in real life.
 
On Alienation’s first performance is hosted by 98weeks, and will take place at the Mansion on
November 6th at 7pm.
 
The following day, Mattin will present his theoretical research in conjunction with an account of
the performance realized the night before.
 
7th of November, Friday
On Alienation A Talk by Mattin Artiach
2pm, Art History Department, AUB. Bldg. 37 (behind Lee Observatory)
The talk is hosted by FAAH (Department of Fine Arts and Art History) and AHI (Art and Humanities Initiative).
 
The concept of ‘alienation’ is both intrinsic to the development of modernity and closely connected to aesthetics. For Schiller, the fragmentation of the individual in mechanized modern society causes humans to lose their natural wholeness; only through aesthetics and playfulness in particular, could this wholeness be recovered.  For Hegel's dialectical thinking, the notion of alienation is central as it is the manifestation of mediation, a process that is constitutive of human self-consciousness.
For Marx, alienation happens in capitalism when the worker objectifies her activity in exchange for a wage. Today, neuroscience is showing us a different type of mystification: it exposes our spontaneous beliefs about ourselves, and about what it is to be a self, as illusions. In particular, the work of Thomas Metzinger shows how the self is a projection generated by our brains; a projection which produces what he calls “the illusion of transparency”. This is an appearance that makes us believe that the self is real because we don’t have access to the processes that produces this illusion. In aesthetics, the notions of alienation, estrangement, and defamiliarization have been used specially in modern art, theatre, literature, and cinema in order to render unfamiliar that which seems familiar, thereby encouraging us to question mechanisms of production that appeared  to be natural or neutral. In noise and improvisation -the contexts in which I work - some of these techniques  have been used before and have obtained powerful results. However, my contention is that they have become conventionalized and emptied of their original critical purchase. This is particularly the case when they continue to invoke the self as the decisive agent of freedom. My research seeks to synthesize the theoretical resources that deal with alienation in order to develop new techniques for a contemporary use of alienation in aesthetics, and more specifically in the practices of noise and improvisation, a field I work in.
 
 
Biography
Mattin is an artist from Bilbao (currently living in Stockholm) working with noise and improvisation. His work seeks to address the social and economic structures of experimental sonic artistic production through live performance, recordings and writing. Using a conceptual approach, he aims to question the nature and parameters of improvisation, specifically the relationship between the idea of ''freedom''and constant innovation that it traditionally implies, and the established conventions of improvisation as a genre. Mattin considers improvisation not only as an interaction between performers and instruments, but as a situation involving all the elements that constitute a concert situation, including the audience and the social and architectural space. He tries to expose the stereotypical relation between active performer and passive audience, producing a sense of strangeness and alienation that disturbs this relationship. He is currently doing a PhD at the University of the Basque Country under the supervision of Ray Brassier and Josu Rekalde. He has edited with Anthony Iles the book Noise & Capitalism and in 2012 CAC Brétigny and Tuamaturgia published Uconsitituted Praxis, a book collecting Mattin´s writing plus interviews and reviews from performances that he has been part of. Both books are available online.










Friday, 21st November 2014
Concert
Homage to Roberta Settels
Fylkingen, Stockholm






HTML tutorial





Saturday December 6
2 – 6 pm: Pi, 1987 –
a work by Esther Ferrer
3 pm: introduction by Hinrich Sachs followed by a conversation between Esther Ferrer and Mattin

http://oei.nu




Esther Ferrer’s Performance Art: Theory and Practice and Pi, 1987 – are the final manifestations in “Persistent projects, open-ended (hi)stories – practices of four unrelated artists”, a series of presentations/micro-exhibitions during spring and autumn 2014, where OEI Colour Project applies itself to the works of four European artists, all of whom emerged in the late 1960s or early 70s with certain repercussions: Rémy Zaugg, Claus Böhmler, Manfred Mohr, and Esther Ferrer. Belonging to the same generation, but emerging independently in different contexts, their practices intensively carried forward the experimental and self-reflexive strand of the visual arts that began to identify itself as contemporary; investigating the aesthetics of minimalism, conceptual art, Fluxus, text, performance and video art. On a formal level, their respective works exchanged exclusive iconography for permutation, acts of combining and ongoing inquiry. With their particular operations, these artists have pointedly expanded – and continue to expand – the range of working attitudes within the current field of visual arts.

The series “Persistent projects, open-ended (hi)stories – practices of four unrelated artists” is curated by Hinrich Sachs in collaboration with Cecilia Grönberg and Jonas (J) Magnusson.

OEI Colour Project
Lövholmsgränd 12
117 43 Stockholm

Tram: Trekanten
Subway: Liljeholmen




Collapsing Ourselves by Hong-Kai Wang and Mattin

Release of twelve-inch vinyl record by Hong-Kai Wang and Mattin
11 December 2014, performative presentation by the artists at 7 pm
At Mount Analogue, Lundagatan 57, Stockholm
http://www.mountanalogue.org

When artists collaborate, they collapse themselves – or that would be the promise, at least. They see their practice reflected in someone else’s and they try to pass through the mirror. What Hong-Kai Wang and Mattin have attempted in this record, and these recordings, is to reflect on that process of reflection and to explore the possibilities of collapse.

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Since December 2012, Hong-Kai and Mattin have been developing a dialogue focused on the material conditions in which they find themselves embedded as artists, using oral conversation as a formal expression. They started with a private one-hour conversation about their respective practices, which they recorded. Then in a sequence of live performances they incrementally layered their original conversation with more dialogues, all of which were duly recorded in turn, including the contributions (witting or otherwise) of their live audience. In the performances, both of them would listen to the previously recorded conversations on headphones, whilst simultaneously addressing the audience and each other in a sparse, ambiguously dialogic manner. The final result, which is not at all final, is a recording consisting of the four layers (temporalities) of conversations superimposed.
– Above excerpt from liner text by Mike Sperlinger


Born in Huwei, Taiwan, Hong-Kai Wang works and lives between Vienna and Taipei. She is currently a PhD in Practice candidate and part of the Spaces of Commoning research team at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Her works are concerned with the questions of geo-politics and invisible social organization within listening and construction of cultural memory, focused on a collaborative and process-driven approach to research and production. Wang has presented her works at Liquid Architecture (Melbourne/Sydney, 2014), Kunsthall Trondheim (Trondheim, Norway, 2013), Para Site (Hong Kong, 2013), Museum of Modern Art (New York, 2013), among others. Her work spans performance, workshop, text, video and installation.

Mattin is an artist from Bilbao (currently living in Stockholm) working with noise and improvisation. His work seeks to address the social and economic structures of experimental sonic artistic production through live performance, recordings and writing. Using a conceptual approach, he aims to question the nature and parameters of improvisation, specifically the relationship between the idea of ”freedom”and constant innovation that it traditionally implies, and the established conventions of improvisation as a genre. Mattin considers improvisation not only as an interaction between performers and instruments, but as a situation involving all the elements that constitute a concert situation, including the audience and the social and architectural space. He tries to expose the stereotypical relation between active performer and passive audience, producing a sense of strangeness and alienation that disturbs this relationship. He is currently doing a PhD at the University of the Basque Country under the supervision of Ray Brassier and Josu Rekalde. He has edited with Anthony Iles the book Noise & Capitalism and in 2012 CAC Brétigny and Tuamaturgia published Uconsitituted Praxis, a book collecting Mattin´s writing plus interviews and reviews from performances that he has been part of. Both books are available online.

Collapsing Ourselves was written in Stockholm, on 28 March 2013 at EMS; and 30 March at KONSTAPOTEKET; in Z Space Taichung on 16 May 2013; and then at Noise Kitchen in Taipei on 18 May 2013. All the recordings were made on a ZOOM H4.

Thanks to EMS, KONSTAPOTEKET, White Fungus, Lacking Sound festival and Mike Sperlinger.

Collapsing Ourselves is published and distributed by Mount Analogue, and Audio Visual Arts (AVA), 2014























a polyphonic wave of concrete materials flowing through the air
13.12.2014

Meris Angioletti = Von Calhau! = Henning Lundkvist = Nuno da Luz = Raimundas Malašauskas = Mattin = Jacopo Miliani = Shana Moulton = Laure Prouvost

a proposal by João Laia

a polyphonic wave of concrete elements flowing through the air proposes a series of encounters where the exhibition is explored as a performative event. Questioning the central role the body has had in the history of performance, the program presents works where the centrality of the performer’s body is fragmented and transferred to intangible elements such as sound, text, or image. The immersive environment emerging out of the dialogue between the pieces creates a network of echoes between the space of presentation and the bodies of the audience, where the fragmented materiality of the works returns to a concrete state and designs a porous scenario where the represented and the real are blurred.

Schedule
5pm

Venue
ARTES
Complexo Mota Galiza
Rua Calouste Gulbenkian, 233 - Porto







EVACUATION OF THE VOICE: 5 PERFORMANCE CONCERTS
from 17 DEC 2014 to 21 DEC 2014
The need for "evacuation of the voice" emerges as a process that is inseparable from dismantling the "face", as the representation of the "I" that is conveyed by capitalism. 
The final five performances within a set of ten, in which the artists will attempt, through their performances, to evacuate the voice from their bodies, via a process of "subjective depersonalization". 
Detachment from thinking, through refusal of "idiomatic aesthetic expressions of a generic nature" arises as a means of trying to "understand our psychological, physiological and neurobiological conditions, from an external perspective. "
 
These performances will be recorded and later published, together with the theoretical research carried out by the artists, thereby enabling further analysis.

Production and Performance: Mattin and Miguel Prado 
- See more at: http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice-5-performance-concerts/#sthash.9Mhb4fPy.dpuf

EVACUATION OF THE VOICE:

5 PERFORMANCES/CONCERTS

from 17 DEC 2014 to 21 DEC 2014

Serralves, Porto


The need for "evacuation of the voice" emerges as a process that is inseparable from dismantling the "face", as the representation of the "I" that is conveyed by capitalism. 

The final five performances within a set of ten, in which the artists will attempt, through their performances, to evacuate the voice from their bodies, via a process of "subjective depersonalization". 

Detachment from thinking, through refusal of "idiomatic aesthetic expressions of a generic nature" arises as a means of trying to "understand our psychological, physiological and neurobiological conditions, from an external perspective. "

 

These performances will be recorded and later published, together with the theoretical research carried out by the artists and other writers, thereby enabling further analysis.


17 Dec, 22h00 | "6: Neurophilosophical Approach to Voice"

18 Dec, 22h00 | "7: Evacuation of Language"

19 Dec, 22h00 | "8: Self-Abolition"

20 Dec, 18h00 | "9: Geotraumatic Evacuation"

21 Dec, 18h00 | "10: Becoming Digital (through registration)"


Production and Performance: Miguel Prado and Mattin





2015





2015

venerdi 30 gennaio h 20.15

Xing e Teatro Comunale di Bologna

presentano


Mattin

No No Nono No NO!

(prima assoluta)


una commissione di Xing

all'interno di RESISTENZA ILLUMINATA. Omaggio a Luigi Nono nel Settantesimo anniversario della Resistenza

e della guerra di Liberazione 1945 – 2015

in collaborazione con Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Bologna

si ringrazia la Fondazione Archivio Luigi Nono


Teatro Manzoni

Via De’ Monari 1/2 - Bologna



No No Nono No NO! è il titolo della nuova composizione del musicista e compositore basco Mattin, commissionata da Xing in occasione del progetto RESISTENZA ILLUMINATA. Omaggio a Luigi Nono nel Settantesimo anniversario della Resistenza e della guerra di Liberazione 1945 – 2015.


Cinque persone di diversa età ed estrazione prestano la propria voce per un'azione lanciata dalla platea del Teatro Manzoni, come preludio al programma della serata. L'opera di Luigi Nono, il suo impegno estetico e politico, forniscono lo spunto per questa nuova composizione di Mattin, un polemos corale che assembla frammenti testuali a discorsivi, brevi asserzioni e statements, che hanno caratterizzato la cultura del novecento nel dibattito tra realismo e formalismo, infuriando negli anni '30 nella discussione tra Ernst Block, Georg Lukàcs, Bertolt Brecht, Walter Benjamin e Theodor Adorno. Buona parte dell'esplorazione sonora di Mattin è radicata nel contrasto sonoro (rumore/silenzio) e contestuale (attenzione/distrazione), e trova in questa evocazione proattiva un impiego ambiguo delle nozioni di alienazione/straniamento, polarismo che ha contraddistinto quel dibattito lasciando una lunga scia problematica che, anche attraverso l'opera di Nono, si prolunga mal dissimulata fino ai nostri giorni.



Xing è un network nazionale che progetta, organizza e sostiene eventi, produzioni e pubblicazioni contraddistinti da uno sguardo interdisciplinare intorno ai temi della cultura contemporanea, con una particolare attenzione alle tendenze generazionali legate ai nuovi linguaggi.

http://www.xing.it/


Teatro Comunale di Bologna

http://www.tcbo.it/





February 2015

Aftermath from Bologna

reactions to

No No Nono No NO!

Thanks to Xing, Gianluca Albertazzi, Isabella Mongelli, Filippo Pagotto, Andrea Ruggeri,
Davide Tidoni and Nicola Sani



Davide Tidoni, performing No No Nono, No NO! at Teatro Manzoni


Ikersoinu @ Espacio Tangente, Burgos

Inagurazioa/Inauguración: 13 de Febrero del 2015, 20.00

Sarah Rasines, Enrike Hurtado, Jon Mantzisidor, Mattin, Josu Rekalde, Mikel Arce.
Espacio Tangente, Burgos
http://www.espaciotangente.net/WEB%20DOS/html/2015/IKERSOINU.html

Inagurazio kontzertua/ Concierto Inauguración:
Azunak (Enrike Hurtado) / Sarah Rasines/ Jon Mantxi
13 de Febrero del 2015, 20.30





27.2.2015




Presentation of Anti Social Realism (2012:Bilbao, Stockholm, Lausanne)

DVD published by Yan Jun's label Sub Jam

Co-produced by CAC Bretigny

AM space, Shanghai

http://www.amspacesh.com/













March 9th 2015

Presentation at ESP forum (experimental sound practice)


CalArts | California Institute of the Arts

12:45 to 2:15pm in B3025B








Dentro del I Simposium IKERSOINU (upv/ehu) en el Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao.
https://goo.gl/maps/EskOX

Miércoles 22, 17:30
Mattin
Hector Rey: Sin título (2015) para violín, feedback y percusión.


Jueves 23, 17:30
Ryok
ö (SarahRasines & AlbertoMeher)
Jon Matzisidor
Azunak (Enrike Hurtado)




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Del 18 al 20 de mayo, 2015
lunes de 16:00 a 20:00 h,
martes y miércoles de 11:00 a 14:00 h y de 16:00 a 18:00 h

"Samplers humanos"

Taller a cargo de Mattin

http://www.museoreinasofia.es/actividades/resonancia-conciertos-otra-escucha

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia
Calle Santa Isabel, 52
28012 Madrid

Inscripción gratuita
Se requiere enviar CV y carta de motivación a artesenvivo2@museoreinasofia.es

Dirigido a interesados en arte contemporáneo, performance y prácticas sonoras, el taller parte de la resonancia histórica de la Sala de bóvedas, situada en el sótano del Museo incidiendo en las cualidades de la voz relacionadas con la locura.

La producción sonora, performativa y teórica de Mattin se centra en distintos aspectos políticos del ruido y la improvisación. Su trabajo engloba desde discos de noise a obras conceptuales e identitarias sobre la voz, así como colaboraciones con otros improvisadores o grupos como Sakada, La Grieta y Billy Bao. En muchos de sus proyectos, destruye la idea de espectáculo musical o hace evidente su organización social y jerárquica.



20 mayo, 2015 - 19:30 h

Performance colectiva para bóvedas y voces

  Performance
Edificio Sabatini, Sala de bóvedas. Planta -1

Esta intervención colectiva busca apropiarse de las subjetividades y temporalidades que conforman la resonancia histórica del Edificio Sabatini. Pensada en el taller de convocatoria pública e interpretada por los mismos participantes, tendrá lugar en la Sala de bóvedas, uno de los espacios más antiguos del edificio que, hasta el cierre del Hospital General en 1963, acogía  las habitaciones para dementes. En los últimos años se han mostrado en este espacio trabajos e intervenciones de artistas como Fernando Arrabal, Isidoro Valcárcel Medina y Alejandra Riera.




28 May 2015
Conversation Seth Kim-Cohen and Mattin
Halmstad
https://www.riksutstallningar.se/content/konferens-om-konst-ljud-och-radio




“Ambient (Against)”


Mettin


Date: Monday 1 June.
Time: 5 pm.
Place: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, The Studio.
Address: Maria skolgata 83, 2nd floor, Stockholm.
Language: English.
Guests: Seth Kim-Cohen + Regler (Mattin and Anders Bryngelsson)
Seth Kim-Cohen is an artist, musician and critic. Together with Regler (Mattin and Anders Bryngelsson) he will present a performance lecture.

For each performance or recording, Regler choose one genre of music to work in and impose a strict set of rules on themselves. The collaboration will revolve around Kim Cohen´s 2013 book Against Ambience. Ambient will be the chosen genre. Using text from the book and other sonic sources they will work within a set of rules to create an ambient critique of ambience. There will be discursive musical and conceptual content.





20 June 2015
University of the West of England (UWE) Philosophy Annual Graduate
Conference
Philosophy of Sound:
Collaboration in Ontology, (Meta)Physics, and Experience
Spike Island, Bristol






9
July 2015
Mattin
Dreck (Dirt): AN APPARATUS
Uferstudios, in the Heizraum
Wedding, Berlin
http://www.dreck-apparatus.de/



12 July 2015
Mattin
Studio Acht
Grüntaler 8
Berlin-Wedding
http://sacredrealism.org/series/





Proyección del DVD Realismo antisocial (2012: Bilbao, Estocolmo, Luasana) y debate


LE LARRASKITO KLUBA

Errekalde-Larraskitu Errepidea 33, Bilbao.

Uztailaren 28a, asteartea, 21etan / Martes 28 de julio, a las 21 horas


En el 2012 realicé tres conciertos en colaboración con otras personas que incorporaban cierto realismo social a la improvisación, tratando problemas sociales concretos mediante el lenguaje al mismo tiempo que se le interpelaba al público.

Su respuesta fue mínima en los dos primeros casos y muy frustrante en el último, pudiendo así trazar un paralelismo entre la impotencia para cambiar las cosas en la situación específica de los conciertos y una impotencia general para cambiar la realidad dadas las condiciones actuales.

En los conciertos se puede observar por qué sucede esto:

O bien por la aceptación de una autoridad establecida y de ciertas convenciones sociales, o bien por la dificultad de ponerse de acuerdo en qué es lo que hay que hacer para afrontar determinados problemas.

En estos tres conciertos los medios de grabación se convirtieron en un instrumento más para la improvisación. La documentación revela así un material de análisis que no se pudo ni percibir ni descifrar en el momento del concierto.

Tres años más tarde y coincidiendo con la publicación del DVD por parte del sello pekinés Sub Jam, las grabaciones serán presentadas en los mismos espacios donde los conciertos tuvieron lugar.

Mattin



Realismo antisocial

(2012: Bilbao, Estocolmo, Lausana)

DVD

Sub Jam

http://www.subjam.org/archives/2991


Mattin en colaboración con Oier Iruretagoiena, Marcelo Expósito, Germán Navarro,

Santiago Mostyn y miembros del público del festival LUFF en Lausana.


1) Nadie respondió, Club Le Larraskito. Bilbao, 11 de febrero de 2012

2) La audiencia no es la madre de la autoinvención, Index. Estocolmo, 29 de septiembre de 2012

3) Un público abucheándose a sí mismo, LUFF Festival. Lausana, 17 de octubre de 2012


Gracias a Eric Mattson, Pierre Bal-blanc, Yan Jun, Santiago Mostyn, Xabier Erkizia, Anthony Iles, Hugo Castignani, Diana Baldon, Oier Iruretagoiena, Thibault Walter y la gente del festival LUFF, Dave Phillips, Philippe Simon, Iñigo Eguillor, Wolfgang Rufnacht, Marcelo Expósito y Germán Navarro.


con subtítulos en castellano, francés, inglés y chino mandarín.

DVD co-producido por Sub Jam y Pierre Bal-blanc/CAC Brétigny





31 July-13 September 2015
Exhibition IKERSOINU
Opening concerts on the 31st July:
Jon Mantxi,
Sarah Resines
Azunak
Mattin
Centro Huarte (Nafarroa, a 4,5 km. del centro de Iruña




Sunday Sept 6th 2015 Concerts Start @ 19:30

Mattin / Cured Pink / Sick Horse / Justice Yeldham / Regular Line

NK BERLIN

Elsenstr. 52/
2.Hinterhaus Etage 2
12059 Berlin Neukölln
0049(0)17620626386




It's a strange world, and we are strangers to ourselves.
There are all these things around; they seem to be alive, some people
think they are alive. Indeed they are moving, but not only that; they
are moving us.
But these things, they can't think. I can, but then: how lonely I am!
At least I know I can always trust my feelings because they must be
real, as real as a self-model. How can we achieve objectivity given the
phantasmal qualities of reality?

During four days we will discuss texts and try things out in order to
see if we can unground ourselves as individuals and become a subject
which acknowledges its own conditioning. We'll end with a grand finale
where we try to overcome some of those conditions, not in an act of
liberation but of defecation.

Between Self, Subject and Commodity
16-19 September 2015
Workshop and Collective Performance

M.1 / Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung
Breite Straße 18
25551 Hohenlockstedt

E  info at arthurboskamp-stiftung.de

T  +49 (0)4826 850110
F  +49 (0)4826 850111


http://www.arthurboskamp-stiftung.de




November 20, 7 pm

Presentation of RabRab, a journal
dealing with political and formal
inquiries in art, published bi-annually
in Helsinki by Sezgin Boynik and
Gregoire Rousseau.
www.rabrab.fi
Archive Kabinett
Dieffenbachstraße 31
10967 Berlin
http://www.archivekabinett.org/
U8 Schönleinstraße
U7 Hermannplatz
U1 Kottbusser Tor

Anguish Language Berlin Launch

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Anguish Language Launch

7pm Saturday 21 November
Archive Kabinett

Presentation of the book recently published by Archive Books, Anguish Language: Writing and Crisis, by the editors: John Cunningham, Anthony Iles, Mira Mattar and Marina Vishmidt, with contributions by Sean Bonney, Karolin Meunier & Mattin.

Archive Kabinett
Dieffenbachstraße 31
10967 Berlin
http://www.archivekabinett.org/
U8 Schönleinstraße
U7 Hermannplatz
U1 Kottbusser Tor

Anguish Language Readings  

9pm Monday 23 November

B_Books
Lübbenerstr. 14, 10997 Berlin  

Presentation of materials related to the publication, Anguish Language: Writing and Crisis, by the editors: John Cunningham, Anthony Iles, Mira Mattar and Marina Vishmidt, and guests

U1 Schlesisches Tor

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Anguish Language: Writing and Crisis

Published November 2015

Archive Books, Berlin

304 Pages

ISBN 978-3-943620-30-6


More info:
http://www.archivekabinett.org/ 
http://anguishlanguage.tumblr.com



NO-HOW: A critical series of embodied studies or, in other words– putting ourselves on the line.


From 18:00-21:00

This is a weekly meeting for those interested in understanding how we are conditioned in different ways. If we consider the possibility of actual transformation, first we need to understand ourselves in relation to this world.

We will explore our own determination from different perspectives: linguistically, socially, sexually, culturally, racially, economically, historically, biologically, and more. We will also take into account Berlin and the changes that is going through.

Launched by a group of musicians and artists, this experimental series starts with a critical standpoint towards current culture and music in particular, including the avant-garde, popular and obscure: does music contain transformative qualities? Or is it just a soundtrack for our fucked up times? Are extreme actions, improvisational approaches and noise enough to dismantle our conditioned selves? Or do we need to radically reconsider the critical potential of these practices? Can we still say no to the unfairness of this world through cultural practices or do we need something else altogether?

Each week a text will be proposed which should be read before attending. The first part of the meeting will be discussion; here we will collectively draw notes and create a ‘score’ to guide us through ‘embodied exercises’ in the second part of the meeting. We wish to learn not only discursively, but through embodied practice, so we can experientially understand what experience is. By collectively using ourselves -including our bodies- as material for the exercises, we attempt to understand our conditioning through action.


PREPARATORY SESSIONS (to precede the coming ‘Perspectives’):

2. März: Some Remarks on Kant’s Theory of Experience by Wilfrid Sellars

9. März: Introduction to The Essence of Christianity from The Fiery Brook by Ludwig Feuerbach AND Christianity and Heathenism chapter from The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach

16. März: Feuerbach: Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlooks chapter from The German Ideology by Marx-Engels

23. März: Chapters 1-6 in Dialectics of Labour by Chris Arthur

30. März: Chapters 7-11 in Dialectics of Labour by Chris Arthur

6. April: The Doctrine of Being: Quantity, Quality & Measure in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

13. April: §112-131 from chapter The Doctrine of Essence in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

20. April: §132-159 from chapter The Doctrine of Essence in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

27. April: Marx, Hegel and the Value-Form by Chris Arthur

Third Perspective: Approaching Conditioning, Economically

WK1: Willing Slaves of Capital (PT.I) by Frédéric Lordon

WK2: Willing Slaves of Capital (PT.I) by Frédéric Lordon

WK3: Selected Chapters from The Making of the Indebted Man by Maurizio Lazzarato

WK4: Misery and Debt by ENDNOTES

PAST PERSPECTIVES (from autumn 2015):

First Perspective: Approaching Conditioning, Linguistically. Texts by Wilfrid Sellars.

14. Okt: Meaning as Functional Classification
21. Okt: Language as Thought and as Communication
28. Okt: Behaviorism, Language and Meaning
4. Nov: Language, Rules and Behavior

11. Nov: Discussion with Ray Brassier via skype on Wilfrid Sellars

Second perspective:
Approaching Conditioning of Sexuality and Gender

25. Nov: Text by Endnotes The Logic of Gender

2. Dec: Texts by Monique Wittig
The Category of Sex
One Is Not Born a Woman
The Straight Mind

9. Dec Texts by Shulamith Firestone
Dialectics of Sex
The Ultimate Revolution: Demands and Speculations

16. Dec Text by Paul B. Preciado
TECHNOGENDER

Please RSVP for each session to info@nkprojekt.de. We will then provide the reading materials. There is no cost to attend and is open to people of any field. Organized by Mattin, Sacha Kahir, Farahnaz Hatam, Colin Hacklander & NK. Location: NK Projekt. Start Time: 18:00. End Time: 21:00.

Location:  
NK Projekt.
2.Hinterhaus Etage 2
12059 Berlin Neukölln
0049(0)17620626386









Regler Tour December 2015:
10 December Sonic Protest, Instants Chavires, Paris
11 December Forma Festival, Angers
12 December Skopje

19 December, Billy Bao, Zarata fest, Hika Ateneo, Bilbao


2016


27 February, Emeka Ogboh, Xabier Erkizia & Mattin "Lagos Sessions Presentation", Oslo


Hoy viernes 11 de marzo escucha de las “Lagos Sessions”, el nuevo disco de Billy Bao grabado en Lagos con mùsicos locales.

Bar Malamba (Calle Iturriza 9, Bilbao) de 8:30pm a 9:30pm (puntual)


Munster Records presenta, junto a Billy Bao y Night School Records, “Lagos Sessions”.”¿Experimental? ¿Conceptual? Son términos que suelen utilizarse cuando las referencias no son nada obvias: en el sentimiento, en el sonido, en la impresión visual… Sobre todo cuando las nociones a las que estamos acostumbrados se atascan. Nos falta la expresión necesaria para lo supuestamente desconocido. Incluso teniendo eso en cuenta, creo que una reseña amable de esta exploración electrónica en vivo describirá sus cuatro secciones como cercanas a la locura.No podría ser de otro modo. Dos soñadores nadan contracorriente y se adentran en Nigeria para recoger muestras de arte en ruinas, de ruido de cubos de basura, de gritos, bocinazos y frenadas chirriantes sobre el asfalto, generadores destartalados… ¡Con un plan en mente! ¿Para qué? ¿Qué creen estos tipos que están haciendo en Lagos? Yo lo describo como un renacer.Así de sencillo.¿Cómo encontrar un punto central en esto? ¿El resultado? El runrún del ambiente cotidiano de la calle provoca la sensación de lo inmediato, lo terrenal; y luego está ese eco primitivo del Bing Bang y su onda sonora que al mismo tiempo libera la sensación de reverb de Sun Ra sobre el fin de los tiempos. Esto no debería bailarse pero estos tipos están sugiriendo la posibilidad de ritmo en lo imperfecto. Créeme, aquí puedes encontrar retazos de Lagos Faaji,Awurebe, flow Sakara,Afrobeat; ecos de jazz, highlife/Euro-Afro funk/rock/rap y el ambiente enrarecido de la noche. Pero en una dimensión de otro mundo.Aunque reciban elogios, recomendaré algún tipo de terapia para los creadores de esta producción”. Sola Olorunyomi, poeta, bajista, y coeditor de Glendora Review. Kunle Tejuoso, Jazzhole, Lagos. Con la participación de Billy Bao, Ambido, Diana Bada, Duro Ikujenyo, Mark Ido, Oduyomi Isaiah Oluseye, Joel Isioma Okoh, Orlando Julius, Mendo y Emeka Ogboh.



16-18 March 2016

The Order of Noise
An Art/Music Symposium
 
With contributions by Stuart Bailey, Mathieu Copeland, Beatrice Gibson, Yann Chateigné, FM Einheit, Pauline Julier, Mattin, Doreen Mende, microsillons, Muscha, Nils Röller, Laurent Schmid, Paolo Thorsten-Nagel, Franz Treichler, Tris Vonna-Michell, UN Unruh
 
Devised by the Master in Visual Arts Programs at HEAD – Genève CCC / Trans / Work.Master
__________
 
Sites
 
HEAD – Genève (BH)
Boulevard Helvétique 9
1205 Genève
 
LiveInYourHead (LIYH)
Rue du Beulet 4
1203 Genève
 
Cave12
Rue de la Prairie 4
1202 Genève
 
OraibiBeckBooks
c/o Le Rameau d’Or
Boulevard Georges-Favon 17
1204 Genève
__________
 
Schedule
__________
 
Wednesday, March 16
 
6 PM: Inaugural evening
Introduction by Yann Chateigné, Laurent Schmid, Mathieu Copeland, microsillons and Doreen Mende
Screening : "Decoder" by Muscha (1984), 87min
Reception with Drinks
BH, Room 25
__________
 
Thursday, March 17
 
10 – 12 AM: lectures, screenings and talks
 
Lecture by Mattin
BH, room 25
 
Lecture by Stuart Bailey
BH, room 11
 
Lecture by Tris Vonna Michell
BH, room S01
__________
 
2 – 5 PM: workshops
 
Workshop 01 with Mattin
BH, room 25 (CCC)
 
Workshop 02 with Tris Vonna Michell
Room S01 (Work.Master)
 
Workshop 03 with Paolo Thorsten Nagel
BH, room R07 (Work.Master)
 
Workshop 04 with Stuart Bailey
BH, room 11 (Work.Master)
__________
 
6 PM
Event
Mount Analogue Publishings & Tris Vonna Michell
OraibiBeckBooks
__________
 
9 PM
Concert
FM Einheit & UN Unruh
Cave 12 ––– TO BE CONFIRMED
__________
 
Friday, March 18
 
10 – 12 AM: lectures, screenings and talks
 
FM Einheit + Nils Röller, moderated by Mathieu Copeland
BH, room 25
 
Screening by Pauline Julier
BH, Trans rooms (Trans)
 
Lecture by Paolo Thorsten Nagel
Room TBC
__________
 
2 – 5 PM: workshops
 
Workshop 05 with Mattin
LiveInYourHead (CCC)
 
Workshop 06 with FM Einheit (up to 15 participants)
11 / 11B (Work.Master)
 
Workshop 07 with Laurent Schmid, Listening Session for Discussion
Room TBC (Work.Master)
 
Workshop 08 with Pauline Julier
TRANS rooms (Trans)
__________
 
6 PM: closing evening
 
Prologue
Screening: “Solo for Rich Man” by Beatrice Gibson (2015), 15 min
Introduced by Yann Chateigné
 
Talk
FM Einheit with UN Unruh & Franz Treichler, moderated by Mathieu Copeland and Laurent Schmid
LIYH
 
8 PM
Performance
Mattin with participants to the workshop
“A Social Realist Score” (working title), 30 – 60 min
LIYH
 
Bar and Drinks





8-10 April 2016 Billy Bao, Counter Flows Festival, Glasgow





Noise & Reality: The Malevolence of Our Times
11-13 April 2016 Cafe Oto, London


"Nothing to do, nothing to say.. waiting for the gift of Sound and Vision."
David Bowie, 1977

This could be a good description to understand our times. A lack of general vision for the future while most people's present sinks into oblivion. Somebody is getting a good deal out of if.


What to do given this abject picture?

We could start by understanding our own conditioning, genarating agency or at least recognising our lack of it. Certainly there is a lack of harmony in reality and complexity is expanding to unprecedented levels of undecipherality. Nevertheless we have the best tools to understand our times as we never before in history had more cultural inscriptions. During these three days we will engange with conversations, concerts and performances dealing with noise, economic crisis and experiments in language that acknowleds our alienated condition.

Let's try to understand the noise and reality of our present so we can consciously produce  the sound and vision of the future

(without waiting for anybody's gift).



Cafe OTO
18–22 Ashwin street
Dalston
London
E8 3DL

https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/

11th
NOISE, EPISTEMOLOGY AND ABJECTION
Inigo Wilkins and Cecile Malaspina conversation on noise and epistemology
"           " sic Goldie
Billy Bao
VOMIR

12th
LANGUAGE, VOICE AND CRISIS
Anguish Language editors and friends
Miguel Prado and Mattin
Xabier Erkizia

13th
ALIENATION AS AN ENABLING CONDITION
Ray Brassier (via Skype) and Mattin conversation on alienation
Laboria Cubonics
Seymour Wright and Sally Golding
Social Realist Score (Working Draft)


Workshop
12th & 13th April
10am-2pm
Social Realist Score (Working Draft)
How do we perform a score that deals with the fuckedupness of this world? Refugee crisis, economic meltdown, cold and hot war, Europe moving to the right and there is no vision for the future. Nevertheless we can generate an score with the information that we get from the present state of affairs and try to find ways to interpret it. If John Cage brought to the surface the sounds of the room in his composition 4'33'' changing the foreground and background relationship in music (i.e. no sound of a proper musicians is more valid that that produced by an audience member, or the room), we would take an step further and bring to the foreground the reality outside of the room, and find ways of engaging with it from our privileged position. We will take the apparent impossibility of changing the course of reality in parallel with the paralysis that might occur in the room out of accepting certain social conventions. Without shying away from contradictions and confrontation, we will play with this paralysis and we will deal with our anxieties in order to understand how do we become subjects in a given situation. In concrete terms, the score is a way to link the global affairs with the context of an art academy through processing social relations by sonic and performative means using ourselves as instruments.



14th April

The Ex + Guttersnipe + Deflag Haemorrhage/Haien Kontra

Thursday, 7:30pm, Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdom












NO-HOW: A critical series of embodied studies or, in other words– putting ourselves on the line.

http://www.nkprojekt.de/no-how-a-critical-series-of-embodied-studies-or-in-other-words%E2%80%93-putting-ourselves-on-the-line/

Reading Group 2016 | Wednesdays March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13 & 20, 2016.
18:00-21:00

This is a weekly meeting for those interested in understanding how we are conditioned in different ways. If we consider the possibility of actual transformation, first we need to understand ourselves in relation to this world.

We will explore our own determination from different perspectives: linguistically, socially, sexually, culturally, racially, economically, historically, biologically, and more. We will also take into account Berlin and the changes that is going through.

Launched by a group of musicians and artists, this experimental series starts with a critical standpoint towards current culture and music in particular, including the avant-garde, popular and obscure: does music contain transformative qualities? Or is it just a soundtrack for our fucked up times? Are extreme actions, improvisational approaches and noise enough to dismantle our conditioned selves? Or do we need to radically reconsider the critical potential of these practices? Can we still say no to the unfairness of this world through cultural practices or do we need something else altogether?

Each week a text will be proposed which should be read before attending. The first part of the meeting will be discussion; here we will collectively draw notes and create a ‘score’ to guide us through ‘embodied exercises’ in the second part of the meeting. We wish to learn not only discursively, but through embodied practice, so we can experientially understand what experience is. By collectively using ourselves -including our bodies- as material for the exercises, we attempt to understand our conditioning through action.

PREPARATORY SESSIONS (to precede the coming ‘Perspectives’):

2. März: Some Remarks on Kant’s Theory of Experience by Wilfrid Sellars

9. März: Introduction to The Essence of Christianity from The Fiery Brook by Ludwig Feuerbach AND Christianity and Heathenism chapter from The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach

16. März: Feuerbach: Opposition of the Materialist and Idealist Outlooks chapter from The German Ideology by Marx-Engels

23. März: Chapters 1-6 in Dialectics of Labour by Chris Arthur

30. März: Chapters 7-11 in Dialectics of Labour by Chris Arthur

6. April: The Doctrine of Being: Quantity, Quality & Measure in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

13. April: §112-131 from chapter The Doctrine of Essence in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

20. April: §132-159 from chapter The Doctrine of Essence in The Encyclopedia of Logic by Hegel

27. April: Marx, Hegel and the Value-Form by Chris Arthur

Third Perspective: Approaching Conditioning, Economically

WK1: Willing Slaves of Capital (PT.I) by Frédéric Lordon

WK2: Willing Slaves of Capital (PT.I) by Frédéric Lordon

WK3: Selected Chapters from The Making of the Indebted Man by Maurizio Lazzarato

WK4: Misery and Debt by ENDNOTES

PAST PERSPECTIVES (from autumn 2015):

First Perspective: Approaching Conditioning, Linguistically. Texts by Wilfrid Sellars.

14. Okt: Meaning as Functional Classification
21. Okt: Language as Thought and as Communication
28. Okt: Behaviorism, Language and Meaning
4. Nov: Language, Rules and Behavior

11. Nov: Discussion with Ray Brassier via skype on Wilfrid Sellars

Second perspective:
Approaching Conditioning of Sexuality and Gender

25. Nov: Text by Endnotes The Logic of Gender

2. Dec: Texts by Monique Wittig
The Category of Sex
One Is Not Born a Woman
The Straight Mind

9. Dec Texts by Shulamith Firestone
Dialectics of Sex
The Ultimate Revolution: Demands and Speculations

16. Dec Text by Paul B. Preciado
TECHNOGENDER

Please RSVP for each session to info@nkprojekt.de. We will then provide the reading materials. There is no cost to attend and is open to people of any field. Organized by Mattin, Sacha Kahir, Farahnaz Hatam, Colin Hacklander & NK. Location: NK Projekt. Start Time: 18:00. End Time: 21:00.



18th September, Sunday, 8pm
Yan Jun and Mattin
DJ N.M.O.
Studio 8
Grüntaler Straße 8 13357 Berlin


23th September, Friday, 8pm
first NOISE TESTAMENT Festival Berlin:
GNOD
NOXAGT
RAMLEH
REGLER (Anders Bryngelsson and Mattin)
TSYZ FYST
GALL

– festival tickets available at the box office for 40€/ticket and
single day tickets for 25€/ticket only if there are tickets left after
the presale

URBAN SPREE
Revaler Strasse 99 (Warschauer Str. x Revaler Str.), Berlin



17th October, Monday, 8pm
bar opens at 8pm, first concert starts at 9pm.

Labor Sonor

CLOVELLY BEACH
Sabine Vogel – video, tape & flute

FREEDOM AND IMPROVISATION
Mattin

KLANGTAGEBUCH II – ÚTILES SONOROS
Ana Maria Rodriguez – live electronics, kemanci, moonstring
Emilio Gordoa – vibraphone

http://laborsonor.de/
KuLe, Auguststraße 10, 10117 Berlin
€6



28-30 October
Continious Verb
MMCA, Seoul







http://www.bicar-lebanon.org/



Sound Positions, Miami 29th November - 4th December 2016

Curanted by Christoph Cox

http://www.contextartmiami.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=172






14th December
LAG OS video installation
 Mattin DJ
Echo Bücher
Grüntaler Straße 9,
Weddin, Berlin


18th and 25th December
Yan Jun & Mattin
installation improvisation and democracy
ohrenhoch
Weichselstr. 49 12045
Berlin-Neukölln




2017

13 January
Mattin
Krapoola Good Bye Party
West Germany

Skalitzer Str. 133,
10999 Berlin






14th January
Stine Janvin Motland and Morten J. Olsen
Mattin
Mario de Vega
Michael Barthel
Patrice Quice
Rumpsti Pumsti (Musik)
Am Treptower Park 17, Berlin


23th February
17:15-18:15
Alienation after Metzinger
Lecture at Phenomenology and the Framework of Givenness
2017 Winter School with Ray Brassier
 Universität Tübingen
Doblerstr. 33, 72074 Tübingen


11th March
9-11am
The Commodification of Consciousness:
Alienation from Below
Talk at Historical Materialism, Beirut
AUB, organised by BICAR


15th March
6-9pm
Social Dissonace workshop
organized by Walid Sadek
AUB Art Faculty
Beirut


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