martes, 4 de marzo de 2014

Mattin in Porto


04 MAR 2014 (Ter), 20h30
Lançamento de edição discográfica 8MM
http://www.8mmrecs.com/
"Regler" (LP) de REGLER (Anders "Drajan" Bryngelsson e Mattin),
com a presença de Mattin
Sismógrafo, Praça dos Poveiros, 56, 1.º andar, Porto

Welcome to the ground zero of music. Regler is the new, unbelievable project from Anders "Drajan" Bryngelsson (Brainbombs, No Balls)  and Mattin (Billy Bao, Josetxo Grieta) . Dancing on the ashes of a whole cultural breakdown, they bring us to a non returning point, where the dead body of rock first explodes, then implodes upon itself. There is no joke, people: this is the punkest record ever made! Mastered by Rashad Becker. Edition of 200 copies." (label info)






EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/

Fundação de Serralves
Rua D. João de Castro, 210
4150-417 Porto Portugal



06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender


EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender
- See more at: http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/#sthash.cC9dO9U2.dpuf
EVACUATION OF THE VOICE
from 06 MAR 2014 to 10 MAR 2014
06 MAR, 22h00
1 - Introduction to Subjective Depersonalization of the Voice

07 MAR, 22h00
2 - Evacuating Self-Representation

08 MAR, 18h30
3 - Non-significance Speech

09 MAR, 18h30
4 - Mechanisms of Human Voice

10 MAR, 22h00
5 - Evacuation of Gender
- See more at: http://www.serralves.pt/en/activities/evacuation-of-the-voice/#sthash.cC9dO9U2.dpuf
Capitalism provides the face as a visual representation of the “I”  and 
“One cannot dismantle the face without also evacuating the voice."*


Under the conditions of real subsumption that prevail in contemporary capitalism, which demand from us different forms of hypersubjectivation, we will investigate the possibility of performatively evacuating the voice from our body. 

During ten one-hour sessions, we will seek to evacuate our voice from an specific viewpoint: improvisation and thought will be linked together in order to investigate not only how our voice is produced, but also how we are produced by it. We will examine ourselves in order to try to understand how are we determined biologically, psycologically and culturally.

We will contemplate the sound produced in this experiment as a non-autopositional noise:
a noise that abjures generic aesthetic idioms, but without being reflexive or entirely discursive.
We will see this evacuation of the voice as an attempt at a process of subjective depersonalization” where “we” will be become digital registration for future possible analysis through the recording of these sessions. We will start by trying to understand how we are constituted as subjects in this context followed by the attempt to generate a distantiation from our thoughts. "We" becomes material for experimentation. 

By doing this we will force a defamiliarized perspective of our thinking, 
not only as inseparable activity of the correlation between reality and our mind, 
but also in direct connection with the proposed structures of each session
This distantiation will allow us to understand our psychological, physiological and neurobiological conditions from an outsider's pespective: thinking from a physical body connected through our nervous system to physical reality, but maintaining the gap between 
concepts and objects.

After the sessions we will share this process through publication containing the recordings and texts, and exploring further the aftermath of this evacuation. Listeners and readers will have the chance to examine the results.


* Robin Mackay (2011) on Nick Land´s KatasoniX in the indroduction to his Fanged Noumena: Collected Writings 1987-2007, Falmouth: Urbanomic. p. 41.


Execution by Mattin and Miguel Prado


07 MAR (SEX), 15H30: Mattin e Miguel Prado na Aula Magna da FBAUP

Uma apresentação na Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto pelos artistas Mattin e Miguel Prado sobre o seu percurso artístico e o seu projeto Evacuação da Voz.
Entrada livre.

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