05.17－ 馬汀-探討”非音樂會”聲音的實驗與表演 | Mattin-Collapsing Ourselves 7pm @ TCAC
合作－Mattin (Basque) & 王虹凱 (台灣)
合辦－台北藝術大學新媒體藝術系、白木耳雜誌 (White Fungus)、台北當代藝術中心 (TCAC)、失聲祭
5月15日7pm－ Mattin藝術家座談 (台北藝術大學研究大樓二樓新媒系212教室)
5月16日7pm－ Mattin & 王虹凱 (台中Z書房、奉咖啡 @ 忠信市場)
5月17日7pm－ Mattin (台北當代藝術中心地下室)
5月18日8:15pm－ Mattin & 王虹凱 (噪咖, 台北市士林區福華路180號)
Experiments and performances that explore sounds in “non-concert”
Collaborators－Mattin (Basque) & Hong-Kai Wang (Taiwan)
Co-host－Department of New Media Art, TNUA, White Fungus, Taipei Contemporary Art Center, Lacking Sound Festival
5/15, 7pm－ Mattin artist talk (Taipei Fine Arts University 研究大樓2F新媒系212教室)
5/16, 7pm－ Mattin & Hong-Kai Wang (Z Space, Free Coffee @ Zhongxin Market, Taichung)
5/17, 7pm－ Mattin (basement @ Taipei Contemporary Art Center)
5/18, 8:15pm－ Mattin & Hong-Kai Wang (noiseKitchen, 180 Fuhua Road, Shihlin District, Taipei City)
We want to collaborate but we don’t want to do music as it is usually understood, nevertheless we will do a concert.
We will reflect on the material conditions that we are embedded in.
We want to learn if it is possible to experience the world we live in on the basis of differences and not only in terms of identity, even though we might be tested and suffer in the process.
We will share that process which is contingent on how we gather conditions.
How can we conceive free improvisation
in conditions of unfreedom?
Mattin’s concert will explore improvisation
against the notion of free will
Mattin is a Basque artist working with noise and improvisation. His work seeks to address the social and economic structures of experimental sonic artistic production through live performance, recordings and writing.Using a conceptual approach, he aims to question the nature and parameters of improvisation, specifically the relationship between the idea of ”freedom” and constant innovation that it traditionally implies, and the established conventions of improvisation as a genre. He considers improvisation not only as an interaction between performers and instruments, but as a situation involving all the elements that constitute a concert situation, including the audience and the social and architectural space. He tries to expose the stereotypical relation between active performer and passive audience, producing a sense of strangeness and alienation that disturbs this relationship. http://www.mattin.org/
Born in Yunlin, Taiwan, Hong-Kai Wang works with sound as a conceptual means to investigate social relations and the construction of new social space, focused on a collaborative and process-driven approach to production. Her work spans interventions, performance, workshops, publication and installations, in a networked excavation of social memory embedded in listening and sound as forms of perceptual, cognitive organization and of political questions of relation and harmony. http://w-h-k.net/