BOOKING OFFERS; ARNOLD DREYBLATT, CAGE SUBURBIA, ?ALOS, CM VON HAUSSWOLFF

Dear all,

I’m booking some dates for CM VON HAUSSWOLFF, ?ALOS, ARNOLD DREYBLATT, CAGE SUBURBIA.

CM VON HAUSSWOLFF (Sweden)

Availability: 17th and 19th January
Territory: Europe

?ALOS (Italy)

Availability: 9th and 10th April 2015
Territories: Belgium, The Netherlands

CAGE SUBURBIA (Italy)

Availability: from early March 2015 onwards
Territory: Europe

ARNOLD DREYBLATT (USA)

Availability: End of June 2015
Territory: Europe

CM VON HAUSSWOLFF
was born in 1956 in Linköping, Sweden. He lives and works in Stockholm.
Since the end of the 1970s, Hausswolff has worked as a composer using the tape recorder as his main instrument and as a conceptual visual artist working with performance art, light- and sound installations and photography.
His audio compositions from 1979 to 1992, constructed almost exclusively from basic material taken from earlier audiovisual installations and performance works, consists essentially of complex macromal drones with a surface of aesthetic elegance and beauty. In later works, Hausswolff has retained the aesthetic elegance and the drone and added a purely isolationistic sonic condition to composing. Between 1996 and 2008 Hausswolff has boiled away even more ornamental meat from the bones: his works are pure, intuitive studies of electricity, frequency functions and tonal autism within the framework of a conceptual stringent cryption. Lately he has also developed a more conceptual form of audio art overlooking subjects such as architecture and urbanism, rats and maggots. Collaborators include Graham Lewis, Jean-Louis Huhta, Pan sonic, Russell Haswell, Zbigniew Karkowski, Erik Pauser, The Hafler Trio and John Duncan. His music and sound art can be found on labels such as Touch, Ash International, Laton, Oral, RasterNoton, Firework Edition, SubRosa and Die Stadt. His music is published by Touch Music, London.

?ALOS
?Alos is a musician and an experimental performer, from 2003 she melts these disciplines to create shows/performances in which live music is a basic element.
Her work surpasses the boundary between performing arts, integrating experimental music, performance, improvisation and video art and makes the audience participate actively in the show through the stimulation of the six senses.
The feminine figure is the basis of each performative action and its role both in history and in the contemporary society is critically investigated.

CAGE SUBURBIA
Cage Suburbia’s bludgeoning sound is a reflection of the violent and tumultuous state of their native Italy; charred four-on-the-floor beats that crack and thud like a sonic imprint of damage left in the wake of social upheaval. Argument #2, their second EP in a planned trilogy, has an exploratory feel. The entire release is constructed from two dueling improv tracks that trade off like stepping stones en route to oblivion. It’s the latest addition to Haunter Records’ remarkably consistent oeuvre of gain-blasted techno for lovers of hard psych and noise. Below you can stream « Marseille », which unfolds with a certain swagger despite the apocalyptic circumstances.

ARNOLD DREYBLATT
Arnold Dreyblatt (b. New York City, 1953) is an American composer and visual artist. He studied music with Pauline Oliveros, La Monte Young, Alvin Lucier (at Wesleyan University) and media art with Steina and Woody Vasulka. In 1982 Dreyblatt obtained his Master’s degree in composition from Wesleyan University.[1]
He has been based in Berlin, Germany since 1984. In 2007, he was elected to the German Academy of Art (Akademie der Künste, Berlin).[2]
In his installations, performances and media works, Dreyblatt creates complex textual and spatial metaphors for memory which function as a media discourse on recollection and the archive. His installations, public artworks and performances have been exhibited and staged extensively in Europe. « Dreyblatt’s project, maintains its edge–and its importance for the rethinking of identity, history, culture, and memory–by refusing to retreat from or transcend […] public, archival traces. » – Jeffrey Wallen, Hampshire College.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you asap.

Regards.

Alain


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