Cornelius Cardew

Tacet 4
Sound in The Arts : The Sounds Of Utopia

 


Edited by Matthieu Saladin and Yvan Etienne

Tacet is a research publication dedicated to sound arts and experimental music. Published annually and bilingually (French, English), its ambition is to create an interdisciplinary and international space of reflection for this practices, in all its aesthetic diversity. The fourth issue is on the theme of utopias. Mixing science-fiction short stories, theoretical analysis and artists’ writings, this issue addresses utopian and dystopian futures of our sound cultures. Includes: J.G. Ballard, Henry Flynt, Luc Ferrari, Francoise J. Bonnet, Loic Bertrand, Anne Zeitz, Max Neuhaus, Thibault Walter, Cornelius Cardew, Filipe Barros Beltrao, Andrew Gray, Jonathan Sterne, Christophe Levaux, John Cage, Henry A. Flynt, Jr., Andy McGraw, Scott Gleason and many more.

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Beatrice Gibson
The Tiger's Mind


In 2010, a production process was instigated by filmmaker Beatrice Gibson and typographer Will Holder, with the intention of using British composer Cornelius Cardew’s musical score The Tiger’s Mind as a means of producing speech. Since the score concerns the changing relations between six characters in production, practitioners from other fields (musicians and visual artists) were invited to three conversations at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Kunstverein in Amsterdam, and CAC Brétigny.

After each conversation, a printed document was made and distributed amongst the characters, to serve as a score for subsequent conversations. Any other ends would be found in conversation. After some time it became clear that a film would be made: Beatrice

Gibson’s The Tiger’s Mind. This book is a document of its making.

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FR DAVID SPRING 2013 FR DAVID SPRING 2013

F.R.DAVID SPRING 2013
"…for single mothers"


The tenth issue of F.R.DAVID is “…for single mothers.” It presents a heterosexual man who takes the liberty to representing some universal views of humanity, typically expressed by women and homosexuals.
“If the critical suggestion I am making in this book is that people tell their stories (which they do not know or cannot speak) through others’ stories, then the very force of insight of this critical suggestion was at once born out and actively enacted, put in motion, by the process of my writing, which was driven, in effect, by the ways in which I was precisely missing my own implication in the texts before me.” Shoshana Felman, “What Does A Woman Want?”

With contributions by:

Jean-Philippe Antoine, Robert Ashley, Cornelius Cardew, Thomas A. Clark, Emily Critchley, Elizabeth Crocker, e.e.cummings, Helen DeWitt, Julia Feyrer & Tamara Henderson, Kenneth Goldsmith & Beth Anderson, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Sharon Hayes, Carolyn Heilbrun, Chris Kraus, Léa Lagasse, Clarice Lispector, Rita McBride, Nour Mobarak, Alice Notley, Christian Oldham, Adam Pendleton, Charlotte Prodger, John Russell and Amy Sillman and more.

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