MMA June 6, 2011

G’nee and her kings “Lost and Found”


Elsiane “Morphing”


The Unsettlers “The ghosts are turning strings”

Ouverture du Parc FRINGE Park Opening Avec/With The Unsettlers


The Unsettlers
120min. Genre: Parc Fringe – Fringe Park
Language / Langue: N/A

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The Unsettlers open the FRINGE Park with special guests Brie Neilson & Her Other Men.

The Unsettlers ouvrent le bal au Parc FRINGE avec leurs invités Brie Neilson & Her Other Men.

Billets / Tickets

Latecomers/retardataires: YES

  • Tous / Everyone: FREE/GRATUIT

john cage available through the women’s audio archive. WAA.036

(note: I think we pulled a john cage , the sound of silent radio waves ;-))

John Cage; The Banff Centre, Canada; 29/11/83

The title of the reading; James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie, and the Alphabet is a reference to the poetry of Jackson Mac Low. John Cage (1912-1992) refers to a number of artists, composers, writers, and thinkers throughout his reading that have influenced him, though they all resist being understood or fully explained. ?It is possible to imagine that the artists whose work we live with constitute not a vocabulary but an alphabet by [means] of which we spell our lives?? He introduces his views on Duchamp, Joyce, and Satie before reading his text. The text uses chance operations and incorporates 26 different possibilities (based on the alphabet) and other combinations of the three ghosts of Duchamp, Joyce, and Satie, as well as other sentient and nonsentient beings. A broad range of other actors and references within the text include: Heidegger, Marshall McLuhan, Houdini, Commaraswamy, Jonathan Albert, Buckminster Fuller, Mao Zedong, and Louise Nevelson.

Sabrina Secret Stash on Tom Vek

democracy now headlines (

zoreen’s cricket report

zoreen’s part 1 interview with Vanessa (occupational therapist) on safety in the home.

nico’s bike courrier report

special request / dedication to Tim (bsides) and Eric (

spandau ballet – true

yup , played the vinyl (listen to the archives :-))

The Green Planet Monitor (

Subject: Palestinian rappers  (observations of life with a Lebanese angle as well)

It’s summertime!

Go fringing and suoniing 🙂

Mutek may have come to an end but Esther B will be in next week to give a nice overview and recap of the sounds and highlights of the fest with an interview featuring POLE.



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