I’m actually taking part in a workshop with Tomomi Adachi and Ute Wassermann in Berlin- today: 10. Aug. 2014 will be the perfomance of the workshop in Berlin im Kühlhaus, Luckenwalder Str. 3 at 8.00 pm: an intimate group in a huge hall - a deep experience!
Web magazine NOWNESS sent filmmaker Jordan Bahat to Mexico City to speak to Adrían Villar Rojas about his recent exhibition at Kurimanzutto. The show, Los Teatros de Saturno, was Villar Rojas’ first solo exhibition with the gallery and featured numerous works expanding upon the concepts and materials that have been recurring in his practice.
The show closed on April 26, but the video showcases the installation. For more images, click here.
Sounding Spaces: sonic explorations and interventions a 5 day workshop by John Grzinich held during Tsonami 2013, in Valparaiso Chile. with Eamon Sprod, Andres Rivera F, Guely Morat, Michel Poblete Montoya and Sebastian Vega
<3 art | John Cage performing “Water Walk” in January, 1960 on the popular TV show I’ve Got A Secret. via WFMU:
“At the time, Cage was teaching Experimental Composition at New York City’s New School. Eight years beyond 4:33, he was (as our smoking MC informs us) the most controversial figure in the musical world at that time. His first performance on national television was originally scored to include five radios, but a union dispute on the CBS set prevented any of the radios from being plugged in to the wall. Cage gleefully smacks and tosses the radios instead of turning them on and off.
While treating Cage as something of a freak, the show also treats him fairly reverentially, cancelling the regular game show format to allow Cage the chance to perform his entire piece. “