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CRU (+ CD + DVD) #02
CRU (Contemporary Radical Underground) [see all issues]
  CRU (+ CD + DVD)
published in December 2016
French edition
32 x 32 cm (softcover)
in stock
The second issue of CRU includes documents on Trevor Wishart, Denis Dufour, Hém-Ish, Ione, Broutin, François Poyet, Johannes Kreidler, Gil J Wolman at work, a film by Frédéric Acquaviva on the late Pauline Oliveros, Silva Gabriela Béju on Henri Chopin and the magazine OU, a set of posters and postcards…
This second issue, printed at 500 copies, includes this time 3 catalogues under the form of affiche + postcard + list of material exhibited + poster of the 3 main exhibs of last year, on Broutin (Lettrist since 1968), Gil J Wolman (with an amazing survey of his work, also being the first retrospective in Berlin) and a collective exhibition displaying for the first time all together the 3 historical multimedia magazines : Henri Chopin's OU, Maurice Lemaître's UR and Larry Austin's Source.
Added is a CD with the mock up original unreleased version of Trevor Wishart's masterpiece Anticredos with himself multitracked + Denis Dufour's Berlin Suite with Loré Lixenberg. Dufour was a member of the French GRM and founder of Futura Festival. The DVD contains performances at La Plaque Tournante by young German concept composer Johannes Kreidler, new Indian sound artist Hém-Ish, the Lettrists Broutin and François Poyet + a unique documentary of 40' of Gil Wolman at work, a unique document by Silvia Béju filming in 2001 Henri Chopin reflecting on his legendary OU with ironic comments, and the last intervention published by late Pauline Oliveros (with Ione) : a film of 20' by Frédéric Acquaviva.
Published by AcquAvivA editions, CRU (Contemporary Radical Underground) is the annual magazine that documents what's happening or what could have happened at La Plaque Tournante (www.laplaquetournante.org), a non commercial artist space in Berlin and run by French composer Frédéric Acquaviva and English mezzo-soprano Loré Lixenberg. The magazine contains a CD, a DVD, some playlists of exhibited material, postcards, affiches and catalogues into the form of posters.