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MUTEK MX Recommends – November 12 – 17

MUTEK MX Recommends –  November 12 – 17

 

New remixes by Ouri and Aisha Devi. The Golden Age of art with AI.

 

In MUTEK MX Recommends you’ll find the most recent news, activities, and pieces from the artistic community that makes the festival one of the most exciting experiences of the year.

 

This is what will happen November 12 through 17th on the path to MUTEK MX Edition 16:

 

> Tour and new remix by Ouri

Last week Ouri announced a small tour in November, which will culminate with her presentation in Nocturne 2 in Edition 16, after events in Canada, the US, and Italy. The announcement was accompanied by the launch of a remix of a track by the Belgian producer Locked Groove as part of the extended edition of Sunset Service, which also includes remixes by Scuba and Alan Fitzpatrick, among other artists.

“Pudding” as remixed by Ouri is now available on all streaming platforms:

 

> The edition of remixes and alternate versions of S.L.F. by Aisha Devi has arrived

This Friday the complete collection of remixes and alternate versions of S.L,F., the most recent EP by Aisha Devi, was released, including 33EMYBW and Gabber Modus Operandi. She had already launched two singles as a teaser, Varg’s version of “I’m not always where my body is” and “The Favor of fire” a few days ago, remixed by Equiknoxx. Aisha Devi will present her most recent live set as part of Nocturne 1 in Edition 16.

 

> Recommended reading: Sougwen Chung and Refik Anadol, two of seven artists who are defining art with Artificial Intelligence

According to the website Interesting Engineering we are entering a Golden Age of art created through Artificial Intelligence. In this fascinating piece, which functions as an excellent introduction to the past and present of the relationship between creativity and technology, they listed seven international artists who are calling attention to this theme with their pieces, not just through the aesthetic result and their technical processes, but also through philosophy and controversy. Sougwen Chung, who is being presented as part of Nocturne 1 in Edition 16, leads the list, which also includes Refik Anadol, who will be presenting the installation Melting Memories during the two nights in Fábrica:

MUTEK MX Recommends – October 15th to 20th

MUTEK MX Recommends – October 15th to 20th

 

Lineup Edition 16: Only new releases + our CDMX best events picks.

 

In MUTEK MX Recommends, you’ll find all the news, up-and-coming activities, and pieces from the artistic community that make our festival one of the most exciting experiences of the year. 

 

This is the road to MUTEK MX Edition 16 from October 15th to 20th:

 

> “Attunement For A Thunderstorm“ by Sol Oosel. From En allégeance à l’inconnaissable – Une étude en chorégraphie pour le flux d’énergie. Full album release date: Octubre 24 through Umor Rex

Sool Oosel plays Nocturne 2.

Aunis, Pétra’s debut album via Injazero Records.

Pétra plays Nocturne 2.

>  “I’m Not Always Wher My Body Is“ by Aïsha Devi,  Varg’s Remix

Aïsha Devi plays Nocturne 1.

DJ Lag & Okzharp Mix for TANK Magazine

DJ Lag plays Nocturne 2.

Kelly Moran Mix for The Wire Magazine

Kelly Moran presents Grand Piano A/V at A/Visions 2.

 

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AGENDA  | MUTEK Recommends

Explore CDMX through sound and digital art.

 

16/10 – PétraAunis Record Release Party @ Yu Yu 

+ Ambient set by Nico aka White Visitation. 

Versalles 94, Juárez. 

Cover: $50. 

 

18/10 – Vatican Shadow @ Yu Yu

With Ñaka Ñaka, xWolfx and Muk 

Versalles 94, Juárez. 

Cover: $350.

 

18/10 – HERTZflimmern: German Mexican Electronic Night @ Foro Normandie

With Electric Indigo, resom, Perfect Lovers, Mascha and Ena Lind. 

López 15, Centro Histórico.

Cover: $200. 

 

18/10 – Minais B @ Bucareli 69

With Amanda Cyu.

Bucareli 69, Centro Histórico.

Cover: $100 and $250.

MUTEK MX Recommends – September 3 – 8

MUTEK MX Recommends –  September 3 – 8

 

MUTEK Japan is coming up, Augmented Reality and 3D performance by Aïsha Devi, a new sound piece by Vessel and the best selection of digital art and sound to enjoy in CDMX.

 

In MUTEK MX Recommends, you’ll find all the up-and-coming news, activities and pieces from the artistic community that make our festival one of the most exciting experiences of the year.

 

This is what’s happening September 3 – 8 on the road to MUTEK MX Edition 16:

 

> New augmented reality experience by Aïsha Devi

EXT, the annual event presented by the English platform  Simple Things, just recently announced a program with talks, performances, and the release of special projects for multimedia exploration and arts. One of the surprises was the confirmation of the world debut of I’m not always where my body is, a new immersive experience created by the amazing Aïsha Devi. Crack Magazine has mentioned that this will be “an unprecedented multi-user Augmented Reality experience where viewers can collectively experience a 3D performance through innovative augmented reality technology, developed with AR specialists Pussykrew and Zubr”. We’re anxiously awaiting the follow-up in this new phase of Aïsha Devi before her arrival at our Edition 16. 

Credit: Pussykrew cover for Zirconia Dynasty

 

> Vessel debuts a sound piece inspired on Clarice Lispector 

Serge Gainsbourg aka Vessel will debut The Passion According to GH, a new sound piece inspired by the novel with the same name written by the prominent Brazilian author Clarice Lispector, which narrates a slow but tortuous descent into madness. Vessel composed The Passion According to GH during his residence at Somerset House Studios’ Rifle Range, an enormous historic estate (which could be considered a castle) built in 1547, which has a hidden studio that houses an artistic community in constant rotation. In this enigmatic and antique space and accompanied by Lispector’s novel, Vessel created one of his darkest and most intense pieces to date. After this premiere, he will resume his tour alongside the experimental filmmaker Pedro Maia, visiting Mexico City for our Edition 16.

Vessel in the woods surrounding Somerset House

 

>  Dates announced for MUTEK.JP in Tokyo

 The MUTEK Global Network continues with one their most intense years yet, announcing dates for MUTEK.JP, which will happen between December 11 – 15 in Tokyo, for its fourth edition. After the recent celebration for the twenty years of MUTEK Montreal, we will close the last quarter of 2019 in Tokyo, but not before vibrating with Edition 16 of MUTEK Mexico in November and Edition 3 of MUTEK Buenos Aires next week.

> Review: Highlights from the 20th Anniversary of MUTEK Montreal x Resident Advisor

 MUTEK “has survived for so long by staying fiercely true to itself, focussing intently on live acts and visual art, as well as offering everything from installations, club nights and theatre performances to free outdoor dance parties.” This edition’s review by Resident Advisor includes five key performances. Will any of them be added to our Edition 16? Remember that there are still many surprises to come.

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AGENDA | MUTEK Recommends

We explore CDMX through sound and digital arts.

 

04-06/09 – Tactile Exploration Clinic: Music for your Skin @ Immersion Laboratory at CCD 

The Immersion Laboratory at CCD houses as well the Sensorial Research Bureau, a platform that receives the artist and innovator Ximena A. González Gardón with this clinic. “What is our skin’s sensitivity range? Why are there corporeal spaces that cause pleasure while others cause pain? Can sound vibrations activate a somatic experience on our skin, or only on our ears? Which is the role of culture translated into sensations of the skin?” These are the questions that will be answered with practical and reflexive activities, directed at the artistic community. The clinic started yesterday, but you will still be able to participate in this experience that will end this Friday.  

One daily session from 11:00 to 14:00 h.

Paseo de la Reforma esq. Lieja, Juárez.  

Program and registration. Free Activity. 

 

05-08/09: Gallery Weekend CDMX 2019 

The seventh edition of #GWCDMX will connect more than 40 independent galleries in the circuit of CDMX and other parts of the country, with the purpose of not only promoting the sale of works, but also reinforcing galleries as spaces for exchange and dialogue.

Thursday September 5 – 8.

Map and times.

Free Activity

 

05/09 – EDGES / Circular Strings > Interconnection @ CENART 

The EDGES platform, focused on spreading audiovisual arts, is back with the cycle titled Interconnections in the Black Box Experimental Forum of the CENART. With the curatorship of Nancy Mookenia, Interconnections “establishes a dialogue among different types of signals, creating an audiovisual narrative from the machines they came from, the bodies that operate them and the environment that receives them”. This session brings together the sound artist Concepción Huerta with the visuals of Milena Pafundi

Thursday, September 5, 19:00 h.

Calzada de Tlalpan 1670, Country Club Churubusco.

Free Admission

 

05/09 – Mixmag Sessions @ ??? 

With Lee Foss, Métrika, AAAA, Eufonix, íñigo Vontier and Monrow. 

Thursday September 5, 23:00 h. 

Secret Location. Info: rsvpmx@mixmag.net 

 

06/09 – Oblivion Pt. 2 @ Naranjo 356, Atlampa

Con Courtesy, Amelia Holt, AAAA, Nico, DJ Zomvic, &Roses, Kris Berle, Tomás Urquieta, Andreas and Sunday Sunday DJs  

Friday, September 6, 22:00 h. 

Naranjo 356, Atlampa – Info

 

07/09 – Electroacoustic Sounds from Around the World: Italia @ Espacio Sonoro de Casa del Lago 

Listening session at the multi-channel garden. Works from Italian composers:  

Andreuccetti, Cicala, Ferrazza y Molteni, among others.

Saturday, September 7, 13:00 h.

Bosque de Chapultepec. 

Free Admission. All Ages.