Anton Mobin, Joséphine Muller, Ian Linter – ‘Bande Sonore Aléatoire’
On October 3rd, 2010, Anton Mobin, Joséphine Muller and Ian Linter met at the ASP studios for a real challenge of 5 hours long live streaming transmission, broadcasted simultaneously by two webradios: Strange Frequencies Channel and KKWNE. The full concept is called “Bande Sonore Occasionnelle pour Aprés-midi Aléatoire”. From that session Anton Mobin and Ian Linter did two edits to be released on two different labels: suRRism-Phonoethics in Germany and Kultur[Terrorismus] in Austria, thanks to Jaan Patterson and Susanne Hafenscher. This is part two: “Bande Sonore Aléatoire”
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Anton Mobin is a concrete music composer & radio producer addict of field recordings.
Co-curator of the collective H.A.K. and curator of the Improvisators Network.
Objects manipulator & improvisator experienced due to several meeting with international artists
which one of the most important was certainly with Rinus van Alebeek in Berlin.
Always in search for new articulations between objects, manipulations, and interaction with his own body.
A crack, a fold, a brightness, a jolt in the plan of the sound, a convexity of surface…
Joséphine Muller has been creating metamorphic video-sound fields under different names like Sex on Saturday,
Empathy Kills, Abnot Kraz, or La Main Traumatique, with Ian Linter. Improvised and minimalist electronic manipulations or electro acoustic abstractions, these are some manifestations of this OFF/BRUMA netlabel and ASP co-founder.
Ian Linter is an original member of the Portuguese underground collective produções Ganza, co-founder of OFF/BRUMA netlabel, and also many other sonic entities like the non-stop webradio Strange Frequencies Channel, under the label ASP. His creations are electro-organic immediatism in any possible structure through a real-time feedback series of necessary events, and have been expressed since the early 90′s on distinct anti-aesthetics with names like OLoF NiNe, ACT9, Airf’Auga, Massacre Divino, La Main Traumatique with Joséphine Muller, Plasma, RTP, among others…
Anton Mobin – ‘Mic’Torn’
suRRism-Phonoethics is proud to release ‘Mic’Torn’ by Anton Mobin!
sPE_0047 Published by suRRism-Phonoethics http://surrism.phonoethics.com
Release title: MIC’TORN
Audio edit, master – Anton Mobin
Artwork, texts, voice, cello – Mic’Torn
01- Prologue (09:35)
02- Incontrôlable (05:31)
03- Drône d’encre (08:24)
04- Poème du corps (07:09)
Total duration : 30:39
Composition realized by Anton Mobin for the exhibition
of the engraver Mic’Torn in december 11th, 2009 at Theeightgallery, Paris.
The cover art is the original engraving made by Mic’Torn during the performance of the opening.
All recordings of engraving technics captured by Anton Mobin at Les Ateliers Moret, Paris.
Manipulation by Mic’Torn.
Voice recondings by Mic’Torn in his own atelier at La petite Fuie, Charente.
Cello recordings by Anton Mobin in the big top of The Serious Road Trip, St Jean de la Ruelle.
Thanks to Alexandre Yterce & Jaan Patterson.
At first, I had this image… Kind of erotic dream.
I had dreamed that I put my hand in the sex of a woman.
I had the idea to multiply this erotic view…
And as in the final engraving it is going to be central, but very dark.
I tried to go out of the image…
Off the immediate sexual image…
If we do not see it, that will look something rather commonplace maybe…
I do not know how to say…
To have multiplied them like this in four, to have stacked these views on a plan in cross, as when we stand out on a map, a place…
And there is another obnubilante images which was there, which was ceaselessly present:
It was this we call Monas Hieroglyphica…
This cross which symbolizes four elements.
Unisex in cross, in the middle of which will going to become…
Finally of what is already here: a skull with two snakes that cross…
Two snakes, a skull, two snakes which end in bone…
Sometimes I wonder why I make things like that, it is strange…
The problem is I do not still understand what I make …
Because I do not control it…
I let me snatch by something or more exactly, a kind of “let go”…
I always have the feeling that it is not me who create it: I execute it, but it’s not me who create it…
I feel to be very close to the Art Brut creation.
As a shape of necessity, which obliges me to create things which at first seem to me
‘menda’s cinematic loss pointing uncanny
may considered as be or prior to unfortunate questionability sweat matters’
-André Pissoir on ‘Aluminum Smiles’