Philippe Decrauzat & Mathieu Copeland: A Personal Sonic Geology
The book documents A Personal Sonic Geology, an exhibition held from May 13 through July 26, 2015, at le plateau in Paris, which gathered together a series of films realized by Mathieu Copeland and Philippe Decrauzat starting in 2012. Invited to create a program of events and exhibitions at le plateau, Copeland and Decrauzat involved artists from the visual arts and music field. Expressing a dialogue among filmed images, painting, and sound production, the films—screened using a projection apparatus composed of monochrome screens/paintings—brought together a constellation of artists, superimposing and fragmenting the 16mm film stock. The 490 pages of the publication include more than 2,200 film stills and exhibition views; critical texts of Michel Gauthier (Centre Pompidou), Jonathan Pouthier (Centre Pompidou), and Paul Hegarty (Noise Music author); a foreword by the filmmaker Charles de Meaux (Anna Sanders Films); and original statements by FM Einheit, Ellen Fullman, Gilles Furtwängler, Ulrich Krieger, Alan Licht, Lydia Lunch, Agathe Max, Phill Niblock, Robert Poss, and Susan Stenger.
Texts by FM Einheit, Ellen Fullman, Gilles Furtwängler, Michel Gauthier, Paul Hegarty, Ulrich Krieger, Alan Licht, Lydia Lunch, Agathe Max, Charles de Meaux, Phill Niblock, Robert Poss, Jonathan Pouthier, Susan Stenger
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