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English edition (texts in French and Dutch)
Q-O2
forthcoming
A multifaceted examination of sound as a central feature in urban planning.

Swarming
forthcoming
During Spring 2015, Eamon Sprod (Tarab) and Eric La Casa spent one week to record on waste grounds, at the north east of Paris, and along the canal Ourcq. Spaces which are somehow both inside yet apart from the city; waiting spaces from which to listen to the threshold of the city.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
forthcoming

French edition
Éditions UV
forthcoming
A history of Radio Art through the works and life of theorist, activist and artist Tetsuo Kogawa, a key figure in the sound arts and the free radio movement in Japan in the early 1980s.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
forthcoming
From “The Left Bank Publisher” to “Miss Fukushima”, 102 portraits of a person or a profession in 10 expressions in the form of an inventory.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
forthcoming
From “The Left Bank Publisher” to “Miss Fukushima”, 102 portraits of a person or a profession in 10 expressions in the form of an inventory, with an original and unique artwork.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Analogues – Monographies
The second title in a series of publications dedicated to artists' residencies at Maison Bernard, a masterpiece of organic architecture carried out in the 1970s by Antti Lovag in association with Pierre Bernard. The book documents a site-specific project by Emma Dusong, an artist who works with her own voice.

Sub Rosa
A previously unheard masterpiece of Israeli multimedia artist Ami Shavit, inspired by the Yom Kippur war, in Sub Rosa's Early Electronic Music series.

Edition Telemark
A set of pieces written by sound artist William Engelen for a 18th century organ, exploring and pushing the sonic boundaries and possibilities of the instrument.

Song Cycle Records
Powerful instrumental music performed by Robert Rauschenberg, Kat Epple, and Bob Stohl on electronics, and a series of musical metal sculptures called Strategic Structures.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Music & Sound Arts
The first French translation of Neuhaus's writings.

French edition
Editions du Griffon – Monographies & catalogues
Reference monograph.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
A collective exploration of forty-five years of protean poetic activities, between printed text, exposed text and proffered text, with some thirty contributions by academics and poets, with numerous illustrations.

English edition (texts in French and Dutch)
Q-O2
A multifaceted examination of sound as a central feature in urban planning.

English edition
Archive Books
The scripts of Romy Rüegger's performances: a constellation of texts, largely written to be spoken. The scripts as they are printed do not document the performances primarily. They are indications of spacial and temporal layering, juxtapositions of aesthetic and poetic elements and bodies. Overlapping every day observations with archival material, confronting, jumping.

English edition
Nero
temporarily out of stock
A collection of visual incursions by Italian artist Emilio Prini in dozens of exhibition catalogues and print publications over the course of five decades. Meticulously researched, and yet necessarily incomplete, this book is a glimpse into the subtlety with which Prini turned each engagement with the world of ideas into a joust for mastery over space, time, and form.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
120 true and oxymoronesque scores-instructions composed by Frédéric Acquaviva between 2015 and 2017 in Berlin.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
120 true and oxymoronesque scores-instructions composed by Frédéric Acquaviva between 2015 and 2017 in Berlin. Luxury limited edition, signed, including an original artwork and the sound artwork “Oxymoron Music” on CD.

English edition
Christophe Daviet-Théry
Exploring the infra-spaces between images, sound, and voice in the work of artist Marcelline Delbecq, in conversation with art historian Pascale Cassagnau (in the framework of the “Beyond Sound” interview series, dedicated to sound arts).

English edition
Christophe Daviet-Théry
This interview with Romain Kronenberg by curator Anne-Laure Chamboissier traces the filmmaker's progression, from his first projects to the most recent, including some currently in development. It reveals the complexity of a body of work where the relationship between image and sound is constantly reinvented with each new creation. (in the framework of the “Beyond Sound” interview series, dedicated to sound arts).

English edition
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
temporarily out of stock
This catalogue is conceived as a continuation and circulation of Saraceno's eponymous sound project: The artist uses spider webs as musical instruments embodying the incredible structural properties of the spider's silk, but also the spider's sophisticated mode of communication through vibrations. Saraceno recorded jam sessions between arachnids and musicians, included in this publication, as well as documentation, essays, and a manifesto.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
Produced on the occasion of Janssens' first exhibition in the Nordic countries, in Kiasma, this monograph focuses on an essential aspect of her practice: the exploration of luminous matter. It brings together installation views from the last twenty years as well as essays on the artist's examination of visual perception in her work.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
First monograph.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Le laps
Sound artist Anne-F Jacques' first publication: an inventory of objects and materials with which she produces sound and kinetic assemblages. The book features a selection of recent drawings from the artist's notebooks.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Le laps
A poetic narrative in which the author, sound artist Émilie Mouchous, investigates her own psyche through an exploration of plants. The artist's first publication features a hyperlink to download the soundtrack of the poem, an 18-minute piece with voice and synthesizers.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Supernova
Pascal Dombis's monograph spans 25 years of digital creations exploring the excess, repetition and unpredictability of technological processes. The publication includes a large iconography (200 images), an interview with the artist, two specially-commissioned essays and a collection of articles from 2002-2015 reviewing Dombis's constant evolution.

Shelter Press – Disques
temporarily out of stock
Félicia Atkinson and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma have thought of this new collaboration as a series of soundscapes filled with literary and cinematographic references, from Sylvia Plath's poetry to the films of Hal Hartley and Wong Kar Wai. The album carries a strange echo of the 1990s, materialized in Julien Carreyn's cover photograph.

Shelter Press – Disques
The score composed and recorded by KTL (Stephen O'Malley & Peter Rehberg) for the dance piece ‘The Pyre', written and directed by Gisèle Vienne. A tensed composition haunted by the voice of Dennis Cooper.

AcquAvivA
Concerto for town and voice created from recordings collected the same day in London and Paris, and illuminated by the voice of mezzo-soprano Loré Lixenberg.

Swarming
Reissue of the CD released on the label Chloë (USA) in 2002, recorded in July 2001 in the Paris metro station, during the last two hours of service. A reference, between site-specific improvisation and sound art.

Tochnit Aleph
Second full-lenght release by German sound-poet and writer Michael Barthel on Tochnit Aleph. A 60-minute piece recited from memory. Recorded April 2018 straight to tape without overdubs. Raw, unsettling, poetically incorrect.

Tochnit Aleph
First ever release of the sound poetry pieces by French lettrist artist Gérard-Philippe Broutin. The remarkable lettrist text-sound pieces contained on this CD were written during the early 1970's and recorded and broadcast at Radio France in September 1976. With introductory texts by Jean-Pierre Gillard.

Tochnit Aleph
Recording of a sound performance executed in October 2016 in the exhibition space of Berlin record store Rumpsti Pumsti. Using sanding machines and a hammer, the Mexican artist destroyed one copy of each publication ever released by Tochnit Aleph label. Without an audience present, the action was documented with two dynamic microphones.

Tochnit Aleph
A 1971 detective audio play based on a real murder trial from the early 20th century. The court records are read out by two girls, accompanied by narrative background sounds and a piano piece. Liner-notes (in English and German) by Gerhard Rühm.

Song Cycle Records
Originally published in 1983 by Maurizio Nannucci, this collection gathers a careful selection of audio works by American body artist and conceptual artist Terry Fox, also a pioneer of sound art.

Errant Bodies – CD / DVD
This recording stems from a collaborative sound experimentation developed as part of a project to create new forms for artistic research within the university. Invited artists, musicians, and researchers produced a series of sound actions focusing on questions of community, creative resistances, sonic agency and the créolité passing between Haiti and Quebec.

Edition Telemark
This LP presents two sound works from the German composer's project “the O. theorem,” which focuses on Nikolai Obouhow's revolutionary concept of “total harmony”. Liner notes by Volker Straebel and Hans W. Koch.

Edition Telemark
3 vinyl LP edition presenting solely unreleased recordings of Panhuysen's famous long string installations. It documents the period 1982-2012, and includes a posthumous track from 2017. With liner notes by Rolf Sachsse and Stephan Wunderlich, and richly illustrated inner sleeves.

Swarming
Chantier is a collective project with Pascal Battus on found objects, Bertrand Gauguet on saxophone, and Eric La Casa on microphones. The trio's proposal is to develop a sound practice created on building sites, amongst the machines and the builders. The fourth part of this project was recorded on the building site of the Philharmonie in Paris.

Shelter Press – Disques
During his exhibition at Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster, artist Zin Taylor invited musicians Christina Vantzou and John Also Bennett to interpret a 90-meter panoramic wall drawing as a musical graphic score. This vinyl edition gathers the recording of this minimal music performance, along with a 180 cm leporello reproduction of the wall drawing.

AcquAvivA
A piece for mezzo, mouths, skins and Buchla, recorded with mezzo-soprano Loré Lixenberg (vinyl sleeve with a CD inside).

AcquAvivA
DVD gathering the video recordings of two musical performances by Frédéric Acquaviva, in French and English, made at EMS in Stockholm and La Plaque tournante in Berlin.

French edition
miscellaneous
The second issue of the magazine FREEING (Our Bodies) is dedicated to the musical work of Frédéric Acquaviva: some forty prestigious contributors (Jean-François Bory, Broutin, Laurent Cauwet, Henri Chopin, Jacques Donguy, Michel Giroud, Bernard Heidsieck, Joël Hubaut, Dorothy Iannone, Otto Muehl, Virgile Novarina, ORLAN, Jean-Luc Parant…) examine and pay tribute to this original creator through poetic texts, portraits, drawings, photographs, interviews, chronicles…

French edition
miscellaneous
A collective reflection on the legacy of Max Neuhaus, the pionneer figure of sound installation art.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
A long and vertiginous poem, virtually infinite, by Michèle Métail, built on the principle of concatenation and inspired by the editing techniques of electroacoustic music.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
A long and vertiginous poem, virtually infinite, by Michèle Métail, built on the principle of concatenation and inspired by the editing techniques of electroacoustic music, with an original and unique artwork.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
An essay by Frédéric Valabrègue on the American avant-garde artist, one of the main actors of the Fluxus movement.

French edition
Hippocampe
This publication is a literary narrative depicting radio projects on the landscape of French rivers Somme and Rance. It includes notes documenting the making of the two radio plays, as well as a series of 23 photographs.

French edition
Hippocampe
Autobiographical fiction telling forty years of radio creation.

French edition
Christophe Daviet-Théry
Exploring the infra-spaces between images, sound, and voice in the work of artist Marcelline Delbecq, in conversation with art historian Pascale Cassagnau (in the framework of the “Beyond Sound” interview series, dedicated to sound arts).

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