315, émission spéciale sur webSYNradio (12 mars 2015)

projet :

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ET PENDANT CE TEMPS LA, A FUKUSHIMA
315
Emission spéciale -> webSYNradio -> 12 mars 2015, à partir de 18h,
+ de 8h de programme consacré au projet Fukushima open sounds,
avec notamment la diffusion des dernières contributions du projet.

Voici les différents liens pour trouver/partager les sons, à partir du 12 mars 2015, à 18h.

* Pour embarquer sur votre site et votre player le lien du stream webSYNradio:

* Pour activer le stream sur :
websynradio : http://synradio.fr/
le site du projet Fukushima Open sounds : http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/315/

* Le podcast avec fichiers splités (à copier coller dans vlc/i tunes ou tout autre lecteur de votre choix) : http://91.121.133.19/sons/artistes/311/playlist_fukushima_12mars2015_websynradio-web.m3u

* Le podcast fichier unique (à télécharger ou à copier coller dans vlc/i tunes ou tout autre lecteur de votre choix) : http://91.121.133.19/sons/artistes/311/websynradio_12mars2015_fukushima_MP3WRAP.mp3
-> attention l’ordre de passage est un peu différent de celui ci dessous.

* Toutes les infos : http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/315-websynradio/

Intro
julia_Drouhin
Tincantelephon (sonic piece, 1’12) French producer and sonic artist, Julia Drouhin recorded Tristan Stowards installation, Tin Can Telephone, in Salamanca Art Center, Hobart, Tasmania, in 2011. Strings, cans, rocs, radio melodies and space are connected when the listener put his ear in a can.

Tincantelephon, Julia Drouhin (2011)

1
éric_Cordier
Suddendeath in Nakoso (electro acoustic, 8’34)
Eric Cordier is a french composer and japan lover.
This electro acoustic piece was created as part of a program organized by Institut Français Hors les murs, “C’était un si beau jour, si calme…”

Sudden death in Nakoso, pièce electro acoustique Eric Cordier (C’était un si beau jour, si calme…)

2
tomoko_Momiyama
I Saw Time under a Cherry Tree (electro acoustic, 17’30)
This piece was created by Tomoko Momiyama partly at INA/GRM during an artist residency, summer 2012.
“I went to ask the trees in Paris what they thought about the situation in Fukushima. It was in the summer of 2012, over a year after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. “I Saw Time, under a Cherry Tree” uses voices of these Parisian trees, as well as sound recordings from Fukushima, Tokyo, Aix-en-Provence, Geneva, and Paris.”

I Saw Time, under a Cherry Tree, une pièce electro acoustique deTomoko Momiyama

3
joachim_montessuis
The glowing tree (electro acoustic, 19’)
This piece was created by Joachim Montessuis at INA/GRM during an artist residency, summer 2012.
Since 1993 Joachim Montessuis has been developing a transversal sonic poetry praxis focused on experimental voice processing and immersive concert-installations.

Joachim Montessuis

4
bérangère_maximin & Colin-johnco
Le fléau (electro acoustic, 9’44)
This piece was created by Bérangère Maximin at INA/GRM during an artist residency, summer 2012.
“Act as if nothing happened. The end of the world, nothing is more abstract. We are here, smug, fat, tired. Choose to ignore, IGNORE.” BM & CJ

Bérangère Maximin & Colin Johnco

5
koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Abukuma River: 7 December, 2011 )
Koji is Nagahata is professor / researcher in acoustics and sound design at the University of Fukushima.
Recording Fukushima ( Bunka Street: 26 May, 2011 )
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/bunka_street_110526/index-e.html

6
Julien Blaine & ElfuegoFatuo
Disparus (sonic piece, 2’47) The french poet Julien Blaine offers a text to be read aloud and in groups. We listen to the reading created and recorded by Elfuegofatuo.

Disparus, Elfuego Fatuo sur une invitation de Julien Blaine

7
koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Station Road of the Fukushima Station: 13 May, 2011)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/ekimae_110513/index-e.html

8.
Bruno_Bernard 14h46 , (Electro acoustic piece, 5’20)
This electro acoustic was performed with the sounds of the Japanese NHK television, especially during the explosion of a reactor.

14h46, pièce electro acoustique de Bruno Bernard

9
koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Fukushima University: 11 April, 2012)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/fukudai_120411/index-e.html

10
Dan Charles Dahan Sauf la lune, (sonic piece, 12’)
Dan Charles Dahan aka dan.digital creates a poetic gesture in the form of sound collages.

Sauf la lune, pièce électro acoustique, dan.digital

11
Ayako_Sato
sen no kioku, mémoire d’une ligne (10’40)
Ayako Sato is a student in the electro acoustic class of Carl Stone at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Her sonic piece play (sen no kioku, recollections of a line) is the result of a workshop organized by Carl Stone and Tomoko Momiyama on the theme of Fukushima and in connection with the project « Meanwhile in Fukushima. » http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/geomedia/sen-no-kioku-memoire-dune-ligne-ayako-sato-2012/

12
claire_chalut
Notes d’apocalypse (sonic piece, 12’24)

Claire Chalut

13
koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Fukushima University: 20 July, 2011)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/fukudai_loudspeaker_110720/index-e.html

14
carl_stone
Threnody (sonic piece, Tokyo, 10’23)
This piece was created by Carl Stone at INA/GRM during an artist residency, sept 2012.
American composer born in 1953. Based in California and Japan, Carl Stone is composing electro-acoustic music since the 70s.

THRENODY, for the victims of Fukushima, Carl Stone

16
Gilles_Malatray
Litanies Résilientes (sonic piece, 3’33)
Fukushima : a name which calls into question the very balance of the world and our societies.

Litanies résilientes, Gilles Malatray

17
Koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Kotori no Mori, Forest for Birds: 1 May, 2011)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/kotorinomori_110501/index-e.html

18
philippe_petit
Daiichi melts down (electronic piece, 6’36)
“This piece corresponds to the vision that I have of what would be a post-disaster atmosphere, where everything starts nicely then deteriorates, and then explodes back gradually”.P.Petit

Philippe Petit

19
daniel_martin_borret
Fukushima on air 1 (electronic recordings)
Series of raw frequencies that correspond to the noise measures listed day after day by the french institute IRSN.

Daniel Martin-Borret

20
ryôko_sekiguchi
Lecture (in french, Comment nommer une catastrophe, Carré d’art, Nîmes, 5’30)

Ryôko Sekiguchi

21
daniel_martin_borret
Fukushima on air 1 (electronic recordings)
Series of raw frequencies that correspond to the noise measures listed day after day by the french institute IRSN.

Daniel Martin-Borret

23
Thierry_Charollais Fear in Fukushima (electro acoustic, 33’47)
With sounds by Koji Nagahata and recordings from the CERN (European Centre for Nuclear Research).

Fear in Fukushima, improvisation electro, Thierry Charollais

24
emmanuel_mieville & patrice_cazelles
Fuckyoushima (sonic poem, 12’43)
This sonic and musical poem is composed from capture sounds of the human voice and electroacoustic sounds with reference to the violence of a cataclysm

Emmanuel Mieville & Patrice Cazelles

25
daniel_martin_borret
Fukushima on air 2 (electronic recordings)

Daniel Martin-Borret

26
ElFuegoFatuo (clara_de_asis & laura_vazquez)
Il Traverse (sonic poem, 4’04)
This sonic poem combines new technologies and contemporary poetry using the voice processing, sound, digital media, but also performative poetic text.

ElFuego Fatuo

28
frédéric_mathevet
Partition pour aerophone avec sax baryton (14’)
Frederic Mathevet is graduated as doctor of arts, visual researcher, composer.

Once upon a time in Fukushima, avec saxo baryton, Frédéric Mathevet

32
ulysse (Renaud Beaurepaire, Thomas Bernard, Grégoire Florent, Frédéric Fradet)
Improvisation for Fukushima (25’29)

Ulysse (Renaud Beaurepaire, Thomas Bernard, Grégoire Florent, Frédéric Fradet)

33
projet_gunkanjima (Gilles Laval &Yoko Higashi, Marc Siffert, Takumi Fukushima, Laurent Grappe, Yuko Oshima)
Musical and electro acoustic improvisation (cartoon, 2’27)
Gunkanjima anticipates a chaos which 40 years later would take definitive boost at Fukushima.

Gunkanjima, une action musicale

34
Koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Kotori no Mori, Forest for Birds: 22 January, 2012)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/kotorinomori_120122/index-e.html

37
n_jacob & keiji_katsuda & Otto-v_rhino
Fukushima Nuclear (japanoise, 5’05)
Noise and chaos from the Japanese TV comments describing the event.

N.Jacob + Otto v. Rhino + Keiji Katsuda

38
Koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Machi-naka Square: 12 August, 2011)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/machinaka_110812/index-e.html

40
cristian_vogel
Candle song (electronic piece, 9’39)
This piece was generated by oscillator banks tracking the infra-red heat radiation emitted by the flame of two candles and tracked using Nintendo WiiMote IR camera.

Cristian Vogel

42
dominique-balaÿ
Recording Fukushima (Minamisoma seafront, may 2012)

j13 : Front de mer, Minamisoma, 25 mai

44
laurent_choquel-aka-Charles-Premier
Fukushima diggins (sonic piece, 6’41)
These recordings were made by a new type of sensor sensitive to noise, radioactivity and the presence of life. It was used during excavations in the ruins of Fukushima.

Laurent Choquel aka Charles Premier

46
matthieu_bec_aka-mutann
Poto Elek (electro, 1’34)
The symbolic of counter Geiger

Mathieu Bec aka MutaNn

47
Cats Hats Gowns
Untitled ( guitar & electro, 13’10)
“like a memory-based exploration of mental miniatures, recalling wash tint landscapes and pointillist abstractions in slow motion.”

Cats Hats Gowns

48
maia_barouh
Amami (traditional song from the island of Amami, 2’13)
Maia Barouh is an artist born in Tokyo, with a Japanese mother and a French father.

Maïa Barouh

50
dominique-balaÿ
Recording Fukushima (Youdou’s office in Minamisoma: may 2012)

j13 : ambiances (rizières, oiseaux, grenouilles, pluies), Minamisoma, 25 mai 2012

52
masae_gimbayashi
Kakyoku (piano composition, 3’29)
Kakyoku (melody flowers) is the title of a piece composed by Fumio Yasuda and created by Masae Gimbayashi-Barbotte, in support for earthquake victims in Japan, April 7, 2011 at the Theatre Ile-Saint Louis, Paris.

Masaé Gimbayashi-Barbotte

53
masateru_kawakami
Shout and silence (sonic piece, 4’)
This sonic piece is a reaction to the protests against nuclear power plants in Japan.

Masateru Kawakami

56
jean_pierre_balpe
Fukushima 4 (sonic poem, 2’44)
Fukushima is a generator which produces texts automatically.
-> http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/jean-pierre-balpe/

58
sylvia_monnier
Meanwhile One (electronic piece, 6’32)
Iimages and facts come to us through an elliptical prism.

Sylvia Monnier

65
pascal_deleuze
Expression Love For Fukushima (improvisation, bass, 7’01)

Pascal Deleuze

67
reiko_NG
Reiko sings Adèle, Hobara, Fukushima (8’55). Reiko is a student living in Fukushima-city.

Reiko sings Adèle, Hobara, Fukushima, 24 mai

69
richard_pinhas & merzbow
FUKUATOMKILLUS (guitar electronic, 3’46)
“We hope that this short recording will encourage people become aware of the world in which we live, and FREEDOM for which we must fight constantly” RP

Richard Pinhas

72
Koji_nagahata
Recording Fukushima (Shinhama Park: 1 May, 2011)
http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/shinhama_110501/index-e.html

73
rodolphe_alexis
Shoganai (sonic piece, 6’)
This piece was made for 2nd edition of the « Radiophonic Creation day » in tribute to victims of triple Japanese disaster – March 11, 2011.

Rodolphe Alexis

74
stephane_balaÿ
improvisation (guitar, sounds from the street, 5’25)

Stéphane Balaÿ

75
sylvia_monnier
Meanwhile Two (electronic piece, 7’16)

Sylvia Monnier

76
thanatho_oleg_sound_system
fukushima (electro sonic piece, 20’15)
This piece opposes on one side the question of media coverage and policy measures envisaged from the emergency and the other, anxiety, fear and stress of people affected by the disaster, all are assumed to cause a reflection on the danger and therefore the alleged relevance of this energenetic orientation.

Thanato Twist with oleg’s Sound System

77
hideo_furukawa
Lecture (in Japanese, Ashura, 3’39)

Hideo Furukawa

78
michel_titin-schnaider
Japan (sonic piece, 25’)
Michel Titin-Schnaider is a french electronic composer : “The 6th of may 2012, Japan waked up without nuclear energy.”

Michel Titin-Schnaider

79
philippe_poirier & Salvatore_puglia
From Castro (radiophonic piece, 9’53)
Allegorical piece, inspired by the events in Fukushima. His background is formed by recording a walk in search of the ruins of Castro, the « ideal city » of the Renaissance, the capital of the Duchy of Farnese, besieged and destroyed by the mercenaries of the pope in 1649 and since buried in scrub.

Philippe Poirier & Salvatore Puglia

80
Aurelien_chouzenoux
Médée-Fukushima (work in progress, 15’06)
Excerpt from a work in progress: sound composition performed by Aurélien Chouzenoux for the project Medea-Fukushima.

Aurélien Chouzenoux

81
projet_gunkanjima (Gilles Laval &Yoko Higashi, Marc Siffert, Takumi Fukushima, Laurent Grappe, Yuko Oshima)
Grappes, 1’20

Gunkanjima, une action musicale

83
yasuaki_shimizu
Sense and non sense (sax improvisation, 3’38)
Composer, saxophonist and producer Yasuaki Shimizu is an insatiably inquisitive artist whose musical explorations range from classical to free improvisation.

Yasuaki Shimizu

84
david-christoffel
Le courage (sonic piece, 6’54)
David Christoffel is a French theorist, composer and radio producer

David Christoffel

85
yoko_higashi
Bon Odori for Konan Village (sonic piece, 11’58)
This piece was composed from sound recording at Konan-machi (Koriyama) during Bon odori festival in 2007.

Yoko Higashi

86
yoko_higashi
Crepuscule (traditional song, 2’01)
This short piece includes a song from the village of Soma in Fukushima prefecture, sung by Kimiko Ogoshi.
The sound recording(including vocals) was made before 11 March 2011, in 2009.

Yoko Higashi

87
Christine Webster
Fukushima_Days (electro acoustic piece, 25’45)
After Fukushima, the great question of life and living, as suspended. What do we do?

Christine Webster

88
Christophe Gouttes aka Matgorski
00shima (mix sounds, 50’17) I’m touched http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/christophe-gouttes/

89
Christophe Polese aka POL
Protest (sonic piece, 5’31)
Don’t forget that everyday since 3 years billions of liters of radioactive water are pulled in the ocean. There is strong evidence that in 20 years from now, not a single fish will have survived in the ocean (not only because of Fukushima, the ocean are getting acid from way before the accident). Can you imagine a world without fish ? You better start to try now because there is no way back.

Christophe Polese aka POL

90
Philippe Jubard
Ecouter (electro acoustic, 13’33) a catastrophe caused by human activity and [which] involves political, economic, scientific areas of Japan and other countries http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/philippe-jubard/

91
Heike Fiedler
shima (sound poetry, 2’51)
To participate is also thinking of those who have been affected directly and long-term, or forever, by the accident

Heike Fiedler

92
Alain de Halleux
Meeting with Alain de Halleux (Bruxelles, march 2014, Interview by Dominique Balaÿ, 1h29’51)
Talking about his past achievements and his immediate plans : films, but also radio and civic actions that occupy him 100%.

Rencontre avec Alain de Halleux, mars 2014, Bruxelles

93
Lionel Marchetti
Konan (de Fukushima) -excerpt- (concrete music, 7’51)
The sky covered with stars. We are near Lake Inawashiro-ko … http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/lionel-marchetti/

94
Dépanne Machine (Nelly Gerouard et Jean-Marc Baude)
The nuclear disaster shows that the future is not nuclear
fuku1x5 (music & improvisation, 5’48)

Dépanne Machine

95
Roxanne Turcotte
Zone d’exclusion (electro acoustic piece, 3’57)
These are only angels we hear.

Roxanne Turcotte

96
Sebastien Menvielle
Japon II (interferences radiophoniques, 58’11)
The nuclear accident at the Fukushima plant is still ongoing. Contamination of the ocean and land is getting worse.

Sébastien Menvielle

97
Stéphan Barron
Poisson Globe (Sonic piece, 15’09)
So far, so close, into us, without borders. Life, city noises. Invisible, diffuse, overwhelming terror. Everything here, there, going on, fragile and diaphanous. Tribute to Fukushima.

Stéphan Barron

98
Yan Breuleux
Tempêtes (sonic piece for audio visual composition, 21′)
Fukushima obsessed me since the first day of the tsunami …

Yan Breuleux

99
Garlo & Takeishi Suzuki
Uso / Mensonge (2011, 4’11)
Everything that can communicate on Fukushima ‘s interesting

Garlo & Takeishi Suzuki

100
Patrick Wiklacz
Consolation, pour Fukushima (electro acoustique, 6’28)
I can only give my music as a consolation

Patrick Wiklacz

101
Gaël Segalen
Avec Chris Marker, cinéma pour l’oreille, 18’01
What an experience to convey? How will we continue to mutate , what method of personal emancipation ?

Gaël Segalen

102
François Dumeaux
Villes Fantômes (8′, 2014)
We are no longer in the eruption of tragedy, nothing spectacular here, but duration, diffuse omnipresence, noise.

François Dumeaux

103
Aurélie Lierman
There is some voice, even here , even now
The Girl, the Turtle and the Earthquake, Aurélie Lierman (electro acoustic, 14’07)

Aurélie Lierman

104
Fred Sonix
Tsunami 津波, Upward Sound / Fred Sonix (electro acoustic, 9’55)
Our civilization is fully responsible

Fred Sonix


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