Begin forwarded message:
> From: Lina Dzuverovic <email@example.com
> Date: February 15, 2005 2:33:00 PM EST
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Forthcoming Electra Events
> Welcome to this very occasional mailout about forthcoming events
> produced by
> Electra (http://www.electra-productions.com):
> 1. The Wire Sound System, Philip Jeck, Hayley Newman live at the
> Art Gallery
> 2. Politics Of Sound/Culture Of Exchange online panel (Tate Modern
> with John Oswald, Douglas Kahn, Kenneth Goldsmith, chaired by
> Electra's Lina
> 3. Tate Modern: Sound And The 20th Century Avant Garde Course - now
> open for
> 1.__________________ BARBICAN GALLERY EVENTS
> A series of sound and performance events in the gallery presented by
> in collaboration with the Barbican Art Gallery during Christian
> major retrospective (23rd February - 27th April 2005).
> 23 Feb/6.30-8.00pm
> THE WIRE SOUND SYSTEM
> DJ duo The Wire Sound System, affiliated with British music magazine
> Wire, transports you to the outer edges of sound though a selection of
> plunderphonic sounds by artists such as John Oswald, People Like Us,
> Negativland, Shame 69, Richard X, Jim O'Rourke, John Zorn and, of
> Christian Marclay.
> 30 March/7.00-8.00pm
> PHILIP JECK
> A rare chance to catch the experimental turntablist breathing life
> into his
> extraordinary orchestra of ageing Dansette phonographs.
> 20 April/7.00pm - 8.30pm
> HAYLEY NEWMAN
> Hayley Newman, Aleks Kolkowski and special guests invite you to an
> evening of live record cutting karaoke. Leave the gallery with a true
> collector's item: a unique 7" of your own performance.
> go to:
> or: http://www.barbican.org.uk/gallery/talks.htm
> 2.__________________POLITICS OF SOUND/CULTURE OF EXCHANGE ONLINE FORUM
> Join John Oswald, Kenneth Goldsmith (UbuWeb) and Douglas Kahn (author
> Noise, Water, Meat) online in a discussion around the implications of
> cultures of exchange on artistic practice. Moderated by Lina Dzuverovic
> (Electra), the discussion is titled Cultures of Exchange/Politics Of
> and is part of London Tate Modern's online season 'd_culture'. The
> focuses on the creative applications and ramifications of the cultures
> downloading, sampling and cut-ups and runs until 23 March 2005.
> Starting points for discussion include: The Politics of Sound, History
> Sound Collage, Collecting, Artists' Practice, Distribution and the
> of Exchange.
> go to http://www.tate.org.uk/onlineevents/archive/d_culture/#outline
> 3.____________SOUND AND THE 20TH CENTURY AVANT GARDE COURSE AT TATE
> Mondays 13 June - 18 July, 18.30-20.30, Tate Modern
> Led by Lina Dzuverovic, Rob Young and Anne Hilde Neset
>> From the noises of Futurism and Dada to the silence of John Cage and
> sonic readym! ades of Christian Marclay, this course gives an overview
> sound art and explores its connections with the wider artistic
> over the past century.
> The course covers experimental compositional techniques, the
> materiality of
> sound, the relationship between acoustics and architecture, and the
> confluence between sound, film and performance. It ends by considering
> contemporary plunderphonic outputs, effects of sampling and 'copyleft'
> strategies of the 'Creative Commons'. Lectures are illustrated with
> listening sessions, video clips and artist
> This course ran in October and November and due to the overwhelming
> response it will be run again this summer.
> Now open for bookings at:
> 38 Kingsland Road
> Unit 4
> Perseverance Works
> London E2 8DD
> e: email@example.com
> mob: +44 (0) 7968 141 152
> fax: +44 (0) 20 7739 5266