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[After a very successful first edition we invite you to the second installment of the season of musical singularities Minimum – Maximum. Our guest will be working in Berlin and originally from Austria – PURE.]
Pure to pochodzacy z Wiednia, a mieszkajacy w Berlinie artysta audio-wizualny, ktorego muzyka jest abstrakcyjna i oniryczna narracja, uciekajaca spomiedzy jakichkolwiek ram gatunkowych.
Od 1992 roku wydal ponad 30 albumow, zarowno indywidualnych jak i we wspolpracy z innymi artystami, w roznej stylistyce i pod roznymi pseudonimami, nakladem m.in.: Mego (Austria), Staalplaat (Holandia), Praxis (Szwajcaria), a takze dOc, LOOP, Atmosfear i SUB / VERSION (z Christophem Fringelim), ktorych jest zalozycielem. Wystepowal na festiwalach w Europie i Ameryce Polnocnej, takich jak: Argos (Belgia), Club Transmediale (Niemcy), Mutek (Kanada), RGB v1 (Francja), Sendandreceive (Kanada) i Phonotaktik (USA).
W 1991 roku byl jedna z sil napedowych pierwszych, wiedenskich imprez techno, jednak dosc szybko odszedl od tego stylu w kierunku ostrzejszych i mniej rozpoznanych rodzajow muzyki elektronicznej. W drugiej polowie lat 90. zainteresowal sie tworzeniem wlasnych, software’owych instrumentow. Od tamtej pory wykorzystuje zdobyta wtedy wiedze podczas wlasnych wystepow na zywo oraz podczas wykladow, ktore prowadzi na europejskich uniwersytetach i media labach. Jest takze konsultantem oprogramowania opartego na systemie MAX / MSP.
W 2002 roku, wraz z Erichem Bergerem powolal do zycia audio-wizualny projekt Terminalbeach, ktory wyewoluowal potem w Heart Chamber Orchestra. Do projektu zaproszono dwunastu muzykow z Trondheim Sinfonietta. Bicie serca czlonkow zespolu, staje sie materialem zrodlowym do tworzenia i modyfikowania partytury, juz podczas jej wykonywania przez instrumentalistow. Sluzy ono takze do generowania cyfrowych wizualizacji. HCO zadebiutowalo w Trondheim, w pazdzierniku 2006 roku, pod patronatem Trondheim Electronics Arts Center.
Czas fascynacji taneczna muzyka elektroniczna, ktory przezywal na poczatku lat 90. powrocil w 2005 roku, gdy wraz Jasonem Forrestem (zalozyciel wytworni CockRockDisco) rozpoczal organizacje Wasted Festival (we wspolpracy z berlinskim Club Transmediale).
Jego ostatni album „Ification” ukazal sie w 2008 roku, nakladem portugalskiej oficyny Cronica Electronica. Od tamtej pory nawiazal wspolprace m.in. z polskim duetem perkusyjnym Hati (jako PRSZR) oraz szwajcarskim saksofonista Antoinem Chessex (jako Vortex).
[Originally from Vienna, Pure lives and works in Berlin.
Pure generates dense abstract music that evokes connotations of dreams and abstract narrations. Since 1992 he released over 30 CDs and vinyls of solo and collaborative works in different styles under various pseudonyms on such labels as Mego (at), Staalplaat (nl), Praxis (ch), and his own labels dOc, LOOP, ATMOSFEAR, and SUB/VERSION (w/ Christoph Fringeli). He has played at festivals around Europe and North America, such as Argos (be), Club Transmediale (de), Mutek (ca), RGB v1 (fr), Sendandreceive (ca), Phonotaktik (usa).
Being one of the driving forces behind the first techno parties in Vienna in 1991, he departed from this style soon after to move on to further less explored and harsher fields of electronic dance music for the next years.
In the second half of the nineties he did his next step by turning towards developing his own software instruments. He uses this knowledge since then for computer based live performances and teaching at various universities and media labs around europe.
In 2002 he started Terminalbeach together with Erich Berger to play networked audio-visual live performances. They developedHeart Chamber Orchestra; an audio-visual collaboration with 12 classical musicians of the Trondheim Sinfonietta. The heartbeats of the musicians are used as source material to generate and control a score in real time that the musicians then perform and to generate a digital video representation as well. The debut performance of HCO took place in Trondheim in October 2006 initiated and produced by TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Center.
His early nineties dance music past caught up with him in 2005 when he started the successful Wasted Festival together with Jason Forrest. The festival, in collaboration with Berlin’s Club Transmediale, has seen 5 full episodes, and will be generating more small spin off parties in 2008.]
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data [date] : 12.03.2011
miejsce [place] : Galeria Labirynt, ul. Grodzka 5a, Lublin, PL
bilety [tickets] : 10PLN
Ilosc biletow ograniczona! [Limited number of tickets!]
Bilety dostepne w przedsprzedazy w Galerii Labirynt od poniedzialku do piatku, od 10:00 do 19:00.
[Tickets available in advance at the Labirynt Gallery fr
Happy 50th Birthday Smurfs
The late cartoonist Pierre Culliford — best known by his pen name, "Peyo" — first introduced the tiny blue figures in a comic strip in October 1958. He called them Schtroumpf; they became known worldwide as the Smurfs.
The Smurfs, forest dwellers who live in little white-capped mushroom homes, developed their own "Smurf" language in which nouns and verbs were interchanged.
Their debut on U.S. television in 1981 launched their global rise to stardom and made the Smurfs a household name. A Smurf is a Pitufo in Spanish, a Schlumpf in German, Nam Ching Ling to the Chinese, a Sumafa in Japan and Dardassim in Hebrew.
In the beginning…
On October 23, 1958 the Smurfs made their first appearance in a story of Johan & Peewit in “Le Journal de Spirou”. Their creator Peyo had worked previously at a number of drawing jobs. But the introduction of the Smurfs into Spirou would change his life.
At first, the Smurfs were just secondary characters. But they soon became stars in their own right. After a few mini-albums, their tales began to appear as full albums. Then the film “The Smurfs and the Magic Flute” appeared, with music by Michel Legrand (he also sang in the chorus !).
Music provided the next big step also, when the Dutch singer Vader Abraham released the first Smurf single. It was a massive hit in Belgium and Holland, followed by the rest of the world. Soon, figurines, plushes, toys, (hit) records and above all the TV shows brought them right around the world. In 1981, the celebrated cartoon duo Hanna & Barbera (who created Tom & Jerry and later the Flinstones and Yogi Bear) started work on a TV series for the NBC network in the USA. No fewer than 256 episodes were produced, which are currently showing in roughly 30 countries.
Although their creator Pierre Culliford – better known as Peyo – is no longer with us since Christmas 1992, the Smurfs have never been so popular. Over 10 million copies of Smurf CDs have been sold in the last 3 years alone. The books, activity books, figurines and toys are amongst the most popular in the world. The TV series is regularly re-issued as video collections in dozens of languages, as well as CD-i and in storybook form.
And with the new style and the increasing range of Smurfimedia coming out, the little blue men are sure to have plenty of surprises for fans in the years to come.
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Images from Understanding Social Networks
“[With marketing] personal contact is most effective, if one can find a way to start a snowball rolling. Marketers call this ‘viral marketing.’ [In this image] researchers tracked recommendations for a Japanese graphic novel and illustrated the spread in a dense network.” (Kadushin, 9)
“Each of these five-person cliques is totally connected and mutual. But no one can be a member of the other clique without all ten being connected and mutual.” (Kadushin, 47)
Despite the swift spread of social network concepts and their applications and the rising use of network analysis in social science, there is no book that provides a thorough general introduction for the serious reader. Understanding Social Networks fills that gap by explaining the big ideas that underlie the social network phenomenon. Written for those interested in this fast moving area but who are not mathematically inclined, it covers fundamental concepts, then discusses networks and their core themes in increasing order of complexity. Kadushin demystifies the concepts, theories, and findings developed by network experts. He selects material that serves as basic building blocks and examples of best practices that will allow the reader to understand and evaluate new developments as they emerge. Understanding Social Networks will be useful to social scientists who encounter social network research in their reading, students new to the network field, as well as managers, marketers, and others who constantly encounter social networks in their work.