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Workshop
27.01.23
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À l’occasion des 10 ans de la Galerie Paradise, Sophie Lapalu, Cécile Paris, *Duuu radio et les étudiant·es de l’école d’art des Beaux Arts de Nantes Saint Nazaire organisent un plateau radio live et public autour de l’histoire des lieux nantais fondés par des artistes.
Seront présent·es :
Askip
Bonus (représenté par Laurent Moriceau)
MEAN (représenté par Carole Rivalin)
Galerie Paradise (Béatrice Dacher et Michel Gerson)
Galerie RDV (représentée par Jean-François Courilat)
Collectif Toux (représenté par Gauthier Andrieux, Elise Drevet, Pauline Rouet)

Prise de son : Valentin Fleury

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17.10.19
Substraction Chronicles (6/12) - When Music Loses its Notes
Switch (on Paper), Jean-Baptiste Farkas
09'05"
Feuilleton (62)
Feuilleton (62)
17.10.19
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An editorial project by French artist Jean-Baptiste Farkas conceived for Switch (on Paper).
In 12 episodes that can be read or listened to, each chronicle looks at the particularity of subtraction as an aspect of how art and society relate. At how less, emptiness or destruction create meaning in the contemporary world.

Episode 6 – When Music Loses its Notes (9’05)

Are there kinds of music that our senses cannot abide? Music that is just noise, that neither we nor our friends can stand? Noise music takes all liberties, including interfering with itself, composing with what we consider aural nuisances. Sound turns abrasive.

Eliane Radigue - Transamorem transmortem

Must we archive the things we should rather forget? Is archiving a way to make something disappear? In these strange conjectures is where LACA (Los Angeles Contemporary Archive) and The Salvage Art Institute in the USA try to respond, without necessarily finding answers.

LES CHRONIQUES DE LA SOUSTRACTION (Subtraction Chronicles) were recorded in summer 2019 by *Duuu Radio in the extension of each text by Jean-Baptiste Farkas published by Switch (on Paper).

Direction and recording: Gaspard Collin and Martin Fauret for *Duuu
Studio *Duuu, July 2019

Jean-Baptiste Farkas Jean-Baptiste Farkas’ artistic practice questions the notions and status of the artist, the artwork and the place of exhibition. He involves everyone in completing precise tasks that take the shape of services whose underlying objective is to upset the established order: put part of a habitat out of service, slow down the workflow or even tell lies. His collaborative projects are known under the names IKHÉA©SERVICES (1998), Glitch, Beaucoup plus de moins ! (2002) et PRACTICES IN REMOVE (2015). Books: IKHÉA©SERVICES, 68 pages de passages à l’acte !, Zédélé éditions, 2004. Glitch, Beaucoup plus de moins !, Zédélé éditions, 2006. Des modes d’emploi et des passages à l’acte, éditions MIX, Paris, 2010. Le Tournant Hostile, e-Publication, ABM Distribution, 2016. Retours d’usagers, éditions autrechose, 2016. On Words, In Deeds, english book, mfc – michèle didier, Bruxelles, 2017