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Pourquoi lisons-nous (12)
16.04.21
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Pourquoi lisons-nous : Lire les médias, avec Yves Citton & Abigail Lang
en conversation avec Christopher Alexander Kostritsky Gellert, Morgane Rebour et Julie Kristina Quénolle
une émission réalisée avec le service de l’Action culturelle & scientifique de l’Université de Paris

Pourquoi lisons-nous est une enquête sur la lecture comme expérience. Cette enquête est menée à travers le recueil de témoignages de lecteur·trice·s divers.es ainsi qu’un cycle de forums animés par des universitaires, écrivain.e.s et d’artistes sur nos manières de lire et façons d’être. À l’instar du « texte ouvert » tel que le définit Lyn Hejinian, ici, la hiérarchie traditionnelle entre l’auteur et ses lecteurs·trice·s se dissout et se rééquilibre. Chaque témoin, chaque lecteur·trice, chaque universitaire, artiste et écrivain·e est une co-enquêteur·trice dans cette communauté d’expériences.

Ce cycle a été créé par Christopher Alexander Kostritsky Gellert, poète et artiste.
Une émission réalisée en partenariat avec le service Action culturelle & scientifique - Université de Paris, en direct depuis le studio *Duuu situé Folie N4 au Parc de la Villette.

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25.03.21
Art Sound and Song (part I)
Bob Nickas, Adrian Rew
123'33"
*Duuu x Montez Press Radio (1)
*Duuu x Montez Press Radio (1)
25.03.21
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Art Sound and Song #1

Bob Nickas and Adrian Rew play and discuss artist’s records.
A show produced by Montez Press Radio.

Tracklist :

  • Bird Calls, Louise Lawler, 1972/1981
  • Lowly Worm, A Band (Paul McMahon and Nancy Radloff),1979
  • Look What the Cat Dragged In, Carolee Schneemann, 1988
  • Mom and Dad’s Pussy, Destroy All Monsters, circa 74-76 (sound collage by Mike Kelley)
  • Sugar Ray Get Out Of My Way, Otis Houston Jr., 2020
  • Truckload of Art, Terry Allen, 1978
  • Start Here, B. Wurtz, 2020
  • Schwarzer Peter, Attersee und Ruhm, 1981
  • These Days, The Cornichons, 2019 (Servane Mary, Jose Martos, John Miller, Aura Rosenberg, Dan Walworth)
  • Otherwise (excerpt), Robert Barry, 1981
  • Untitled, Andra Ursuta (Anarchy in the U.K. performed in Arabic), 2018
  • Suono Interno (Internal Sound) excerpt, Terry Fox,1982
  • Dominator, donAteller, 2003 (Bonnie Camplin, Enrico David, Ed Laliq, Mark Leckey)
  • Collaborative Poem, Tony McAulay, 1986
  • Looking For All (All Rendered Truth), Lonnie Holley, 2013
  • Deutsche Angst, Peter Gordon and Lawrence Weiner, 1982
  • 5/4, 3 Teens Kill 4, 1982
  • Waco, Stefan Tcherepnin, 2019
  • Champagne For Everyone, Rodney Graham, 2000
  • Eisenhower and the Hippies, UJ3RK5, 1980 (Kitty Byrne, Rodney Graham, Colin Griffiths, Danice MacLeod, Frank Ramirez, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, David Wisdom)
  • Let’s Prance, Culturcide (Mark Flood), 1986
  • Ja Ja Ja, Nee Nee Nee, Martin Kippenbeger (Für Die Jugend), 1995

Each month, Montez Press Radio and *Duuu radio share shows on each other’s airwaves.

An offshoot of Montez Press, Montez Press Radio was founded in 2018 with the goal of fostering greater experimentation and conversation between artists, writers, and thinkers through the medium of radio. This platform is an experiment in broadcasting and community building which allows different corners of the art world to interact with each other in person and on air—a place where media finally meets flesh.

Adrian Rew is a record collector, DJ, curator, writer, and field recordist based in New York. He runs the Ergot Records label, which has released music by Aaron Dilloway and The Master Musicians of Joujouka as well as his own Slot Machine Music. As an Associate Curator at Blank Forms, he has organized performances by Patty Waters, Odwalla1221, Dominique Lawalré, Mike Huckaby, and others. He has a monthly radio show on The Lot Radio

Bob Nickas, a writer and curator based in New York, has organized over 120 exhibitions for galleries and museums since 1984. Curatorial Advisor at MoMA/PS1, 2004-2007, one of the curators of Greater New York 2005, the 2003 Biennale de Lyon, and for Aperto at the 1993 Venice Biennale, he was founding editor of Index magazine, 1996-2000, and has published widely. His books include Painting Abstraction: New Elements In Abstract Painting, and four collections of essays and interviews: Theft Is Vision, Live Free or Die, The Dept. of Corrections, and Komplaint Dept. He organized, with Matt Shuster, Another Music in A Different Kitchen: Studio Recordings & Records By Artists, at Karma Books last spring. He has been an avid record collector since he was thirteen.

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