A new venture from Arteidolia. But I’ll let them tell it:
ARTEIDOLIA IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH of “swifts & slows” where words &/or visual imagery dialogue in call & response collaborations.
With work by: Carrie Crow & John Greiner, Susan Lewis & Mary Kasimor, Ron Morosan, Cam Scott & Kelsey Braun, Valeriya Gaysinskaya & Leonard Kogan, Mumtazz, Azusa Yoneta & Otoha Takenami, Gary May, Catherine Henke & Randee Silv, Tania David, Daniel Barbiero & patrick brennan, Thomas Park, Nancy McGalliard, Shannon Reece, Abraham T. Zere & Yonatan Tewelde, Jim Leftwich & John Bennett, Kathleen Reichelt, Christine Hughes &Yuko Otomo, Mary Campbell, Steve Dalachinsky & Charlie Waters
In Perfect Sound Forever, a piece about Andre Breton’s 1944 article on music, Silence Is Golden.
New at Arteidolia, a piece on Andre Breton, Alberto Giacometti, and mysterious objects found in flea markets.
Photograph of detail of Giacometti’s Invisible Object by David Cowhig.
A track from Non-places will be played on RAI Tre tonight. The episode, appropriately enough, is Una terra di nessuno che si trova da nessuna parte. At 12 midnight Italian time, 6 PM Eastern Time.
Coda: Watching the Watchers, from Take a Sound. Do Something to It. Do Something Else to It, my 2014 collaboration with Steve Hilmy, was used as the soundtrack to this intriguing film by filmmaker Maria Fernanda Pinilla.
Great thanks to Ed Pinsent of The Sound Projector for a thoughtful review of Non-places.
David Grubbs reads from his new book Now That the Audience is Assembled. Also on the bill is improvised sound and movement with an ensemble including musicians Nate Scheible, Layne Garrett and myself, and dancers Ken Manheimer and Sarah Schaffer. Tonight at Rhizome DC, 6950 Maple St NW DC, 9-10:30 PM, $10.