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Concert
29.07.21
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Ce soir en direct du parvis du studio *Duuu à la Villette, un concert du groupe TNHCH.

TNHCH est un groupe d’artistes plasticiens formé par Corentin Canesson, Arthur Beuvier, Damien Le Dévédec, Tim Karbon et Maëla Bescond. Ils sortent en novembre 2020 ULTRA, à l’issue d’une résidence au centre d’art Lizières fondé par l’artiste pluri-disciplinaire Ramuntcho Matta, autour des textes du poète et critique d’art Rene Ricard. Un vinyle dont les pochettes ont été réalisées par 30 plasticien.ne.s dont : Clémentin Adou, Hélène Baril, Eva Barto, Jean Bourdet, Hugo Capron, Antoine Carbonne, Jean-Damien Charmoille, Mathis Collins, Joël Degbo, Hilary Galbreaith, Muriel Giroux, Charlotte Houette, Hélène Janicot, Ana Jotta,Petr Kirusha, François Lancien Guilberteau, Bérénice Lefebvre, Renée Lévi, Ramuntcho Matta, Jean-François Maurige, Julien Monnerie, Ryu Nishiyama, Marianne Pradier, Juliette Roche, K. Sato, Lise Stoufflet, Benjamin Swaim, David Tramut, Virginie Vallée, Xiao Wang.

Un concert proposé par le groupe TNHCH.

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02.09.14
Robert Millis
Maxime Guitton
40'14"
Conversation (20)
Conversation (20)
02.09.14
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A casual conversation with fresh beers, mainly focusing on early 78rpm Indian music between musician, (die-hard) record collector, film maker, Sublime Frequencies contributor Robert Millis and ali_fib concert series programmer Maxime Guitton.

The conversation took place in a Parisian apartment on a sunny sunday late afternoon, June 8, 2014, a day after Robert screened his latest travelogue film, This World is Unreal Like A Snake in A Rope at Espace en Cours, documenting his second journey through the ancient Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu featuring Hindu trance ceremonies, street music, festivals, nagaswaram improvisations, impossibly loud cities, ancient temples, processions, devotions, decay, fireworks, abstractions and more. The recorded conversation is just a fragment of an extended conversation which unfolded over a weekend, encompassing a variety of topics, including Harry Smith’s music collection and Anthology of American Folk Music, Joseph Cornell’s boxes, Jacques Stern’s secret life, Indian raags, the impact of recording Indian music on the very fabric and appreciation of the music, etc. Bits of the following conversation may occasionally refer to some of these (non recorded) previous exchanges.

A conversation proposed by Maxime Guitton

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