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MATTIN «Opening for Discussion»
Saturday April 17, 6pm

During the last opening at Diapason Gallery, 15 minutes of audio were recorded. This audio recording will be played back this Saturday at 6pm. A number of questions will be ready as a way of starting up a discussion. You are welcome to engage in a conversation exploring the politics of the room through social noise, or exploring the politics of noise in a social situation.

Sonic Imaginaries #4 – A conversation with Nate Harrison, Justin Luke, Ursula Nistrup and Trine Friis Sørensen
Saturday April 17, 8pm

Untitled (for resonants)
Henrik Andersson, Bill Burns, Ultra-red, Hong-Kai Wang


Kabir Carter, Seth Cluett, Mattin, Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere

Curated by Jens Maier-Rothe

April 3 – 24, 2010
Diapason, 882 3rd Avenue, 10th floor, Brooklyn, NY (btw 32nd & 33rd Sts)
Open Saturdays from 2-8pm

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April 03 8pm Seth Cluett, The Chorus of Idle Footsteps, performance
April 10 8pm Kabir Carter, Overexcited Recaptures, performance
April 17 6pm Mattin gives instructions for a public discussion
8pm Followed by a conversation with invited guests
April 24 6pm Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere, Listening Takes Effort.


Intellectual Property and the Making and Marketing of Music in the Digital Age
April 23-24, 2010
Co-hosted by the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies, the Department of Music and the Center for Information Technology Policy

Friday, April 23
101 McCormick Hall (0pen to the Public)

3:30–5:20pm: Symposium
Walking on the Other Side of the Law: Sampling, Intellectual Property, and Commerce

* Mattin, Independent Basque Artist
* Marc Perlman, Brown University, Associate Professor of Music
* Imani Perry, Princeton University, Professor of African American Studies
* Alan Stanbridge, University of Toronto, Associate Professor of Visual and Performing Arts
* Steinski, Independent soundtrack and cut and paste artist Steve Stein

8:30–10:00pm: Concert
Princeton University Art Museum
Performances by Mattin and by Zeena Parkins
Additional cosponsors are the Princeton University Art
Museum and FFMUP (Free Form Mash Up)

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