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Live Stage: Whitehead, Isjtar | Uyttendaele [be Brussels + online]

controller1.jpgWriting on Air by Gregory Whitehead (8:30 pm) :: Decomposing Spacetime by Non-linear Insertions of Waves of Sonic Tension by Isjtar and Jeroen Uyttendaele (10 pm) :: February 29, 2008; 8 pm :: OKNO (2nd floor), Koolmijnenkaai 30/34 Quai aux, Charbonnages, Brussels :: Both performances will be realtime web-streamed (details below).

Writing On Air will invite us on a journey through twisted tongues and prosthetic voices, fungal language, the global screamscape, a brief seminar of the proper facial expression for catastrophe, the song of a disembodied knee, radio philosophy and other essential audio ephemera.

Gregory Whitehead is an internationally renowned audio artist, writer, director and producer of well over one hundred radio plays, essays and acoustic adventures. His productions have won numerous major awards, including a Prix Italia for Pressures of the Unspeakable, a Prix Futura for Shake, Rattle, Roll and Sony Gold Academy Awards for The Loneliest Road and No Background Music, featuring Sigourney Weaver. He also performs frequently in literary cabarets and media festivals, as well as live-to-air.

Decomposing Spacetime by Non-linear Insertions of Waves of Sonic Tension: Jeroen Uyttendaele and Isjtar continue their symbiotic merger of sonic material and strategies. Discarding dichotomies as rhythm and texture, form and function, digital and analogue, they seek to build arches of sonic tension.

Isjtar makes electronic music and new media art. He has a profound fascination for all things that underpin the mind, perception and reality. When not lost in fantasies of the systems that surround us, he translates this obsession into performances, installations and music tracks, with an ever critical reflection and a corresponding aesthetic. He is a core-member of OKNO, Society of Algorithm, Code31 and works with several other artists and collectives such as Jeroen Uyttendaele, Shelbatra Jashari, Masato Tsutsui, Machine Centered Humanz and So-on. He had a short and enriching affair with RITS radio, but got lost deciphering reality.

As a Master in Art Science student in Den Hague, Jeroen Uyttendaele extends his experiments in sender-receiver feedback systems. By integrating old fashioned, discarded technology with contemporary digital techniques, he searches for new forms which are neither nostalgic, nor blinded by cutting edge hype. He is a Master graduate of RITS radio.

You can open following URL’s in your mediaplayer:
20u30 :: http://stream.okno.be:8000/gregory_whitehead.m3u
22u :: http://stream.okno.be:8000/isjtar_jeroen.m3u

For a download you can go to (from 1/3/2008)
http://okno.be/streaming_media/audio/2008/gregory_whitehead.mp3
http://okno.be/streaming_media/isjtar/decomposing_spacetime.mp3

Collaboration with10 years Rits Radio. Supported by :: the Flemish Authorities (Vlaamse Gemeenschap) and the Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie (VGC).


Feb 25, 2008
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