maandag 22 september 2014

woensdag 17 september 2014

SOS FLOAT THAT BOAT

This project is an instant collaboration between Dutch artists of the experimental music scene, to support Motorship Stubnitz. This is an 80 meters long ex East German fishing vessel transformed in 1992 into a moving platform for cultural research and exchange. The last twenty years have seen several thousand artists on board , from diverse cultural disciplines including performance, theater, dance , spoken word, music and parties. On Sep 1st the MS STUBNITZ was docked for class renewal in the Norderwerft - a costly affair, which the non-profit association cannot manage alone. All money collected by this album will go directly to MS Stubnitz.

Deadline of the crowdfunding project will be 10th of october. 
SO DON'T WAIT AND BUY THIS UNIQUE RELEASE HERE!

More info about the ship: ms.stubnitz.com
The crowdfunding project: www.nordstarter.org/stubnitz-voll-voraus
Facebookpage connected to this release: www.facebook.com/SOSstubnitz

Tracks are delivered by: Xavier van Wersch, Anne Wellmer, Vilborg Broch, Truus de Groot, Staplerfahrer, Staalplaatsoundsystem, Robert Pravda, Radboud Mens, POW Ensemble, Peter Fengler, Michel Banabila, Paralodia, Nico Parlevliet, Martin Hoogeboom en Theo Calis, Marije Baalman, Machinefabriek, Jos Smolders, Huib Emmer, Henk Bakker, Harry Hummer, Vincent Koreman, Bertin, AU, Alberto Novello, Zesde Kolonne, Jaap Blonk, Lukas Simonis en Margriet Kicks-Ass,


woensdag 10 september 2014

MMXIV-IV-Schaduwrand

Acrylic & iron oxide on canvas. 90x90cm.

Sanctuary

Just finished our (Martin Hoogeboom/Theo Calis) soundscape contribution to Sanctuary: 24 hours of experimental music & art in Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park  as part of the Environmental Arts Festival Scotland. Among the attractions on offer will be a 100ft neon light sculpture by Robbie Coleman, called Enclosure. Our soundscape It Comes from Above will be part of a 24 hour broadcast by producer Frenchbloke of previously unheard sound. (Of course it was heartwarming how we were thanked for our contribution.......Yeah right! Welcome to the Art (of Rudeness) World. ;)