ELECTROPIXEL9 UPTON – INFO

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Saturday 6th of July – 7pm – free

Cambia – hiphop/Reggae mix

Drumtakaboum – critical beats and post-dance floor Ensemble
https://soundcloud.com/themanta/what-wiring-is-that-music-by-drumtakaboum

Marc Caro – AV live
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2rCjJbaQ9A

TheManta – wild minimal techno, possibly faster than that
https://soundcloud.com/themanta/the-manta-blacksun

Miles Otto – Acid techno
https://soundcloud.com/miles-otto/dressing-gown-acid

BK&Dad – tbc

+ more live acts (surprise!)

Djs!!!! (drum&bass, jungle, techno…etc)

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Sunday 7th of July – 3pm – free

Orgone Percussion Ensemble
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEDtk6IC6t0

Oliver Payne – Sound art and Electroacoustic music
https://soundcloud.com/olpayneinstallations/buxton

Enerzion – noise DIY electronics
https://soundcloud.com/enerzion/night-of-frightened-neighbors

Cambia – Critical beats

Jenny Pickett – sensitive noise synth
https://archive.org/details/Canopy_2013

Scherzoteller – glitch cutting edge electronic sound
https://soundcloud.com/scherzoteller/bolero


Event co-curated with Oliver Payne (NNSAC)

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ELECTROPIXEL INTERNATIONAL
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Events across several cities Electropixel International represents a series of events forming a network of action over a relatively long period (2 months), which proposes to engage different places across European cities, to present artistic forms in movement.
For this 9th edition, Apo33 plans to create an extended version of the festival in Nantes and elsewhere. Our desire today is to build a new approach to the festival in relation to the problems of our time :
• to participate in a greater decentralization of gallery spaces and arts venues
• to think and formalize new forms of propagation of artistic works.
• to transform the identified spaces into multiple nodal network for the diffusion of arts.
• to create new openings and crossroads for the artistic communities within which we work,
• to transcending geographical, technical and artistic boundaries.

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Electronic bodies and the abstract morphology of the real
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At the heart of the contemporary world and its issues, the question of the body and its development, its improvement, its enhancement through electronics and digital means, poses many questions to both the thinkers, artists and society as a whole. When we imagine “electronic bodies” we immediately think of ideas of the cyborg and the increasing possibilities of evolving the body through technology.

Donna Haraway tells us that “A cyborg is a cybernetic organism, a hybrid of machine and organism, a creature of social reality as well as a creature of fiction. Social reality is lived social relations, our most important political construction, a world-changing fiction.”

It would be both a fiction but also a social relationship and a way of seeing the living from the perspective of the cybernetic. We believe that there may be other relationships between body and machine that are not only those of Norbert Wiener’s cybernetics, but perhaps something more distant.
We are not all cyborgs in the making, the relationship to the machine is still external: smartphones and laptops are still the tools we use and they are not integrated or connected to our bodies. Whilst, in some cases these links are stronger, such as chips embedded under the skin that send out radio signals to communicate with machines, the future seems uncertain, the approaches multiple and open to varying points of view.

Supported by CNC-Dicream