Como una ola de fuerza y luz is the culmination of Luigi Nono‘s politically engaged compositional phase, while …..sofferte onde serene… marks the beginning of a subtle and serene new aesthetic orientation. Both works are presented here in highly expressive interpretations that give special attention to the tape parts, revealing many previously unheard sonic materials. Significantly, the recording of …..sofferte onde serene… uses a newly produced reconstruction of the original stereo tape, which has not been available since Maurizio Pollini’s first recording.
Composed after a period of profound study of Nono’s sketches and compositional techniques, Paulo de Assis‘s unfolding waves… con luigi nono (2012) is a reflection on “listening” through the exploration of multiple temporalities, fragmented timbres, indiscernible sounds, and labyrinthine movements of sound in space.
Lucia D’Errico has been invited by Orpheus Institute research fellow dr. Luk Vaes to give a presentation at the Performing Arts Research and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) in Brussels. The research project Powers of Divergence has been presented to the students of the programme of the Advanced Research Studios.
The abstract book of the Second International Conference on Deleuze and Artistic Research DARE 2017 is available online. The conference, which will take place next week at the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, will host 10 keynote speakers, 50 presentations, 1 concert and 7 installations.
The two volumes of the book The Dark Precursor, edited by Paulo de Assis and Paolo Giudici, have been published by Leuven University Press. The forty-eight chapters in this publication present a kaleidoscopic view of different fields of knowledge and artistic practices, exposing for the first time the diversity and richness of a world situated between artistic research and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari
Paulo de Assis gives a Keynote Lecture for the Honours Class, Leiden University (NL) on Music and Politics.
Inspired by Gilles Deleuze’s Postscript on the Societies of Control, Nietzsche’s second Untimely Meditation, and Jacques Rancière’s Emancipated Spectator, Paulo de Assis unravels some of the dominant power relations affecting the performance of Western music, proposing alternative avenues for an emancipated performer—someone who, based upon the notion of ‘dissensus’, operates a redistribution of the sensible.
The lecture will take place 7.11.2017, 19.00, at the Lipsius Building, Cleveringaplaats 1, 2311 Leiden (NL).