Francisco Lopez initiated this project in 2006 with the Pogus CD "Montreal Sound Matter", now expanded into an acousmatic group of linked tracks from a group of impressive sound artists.
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Label: Les Disques Victo
Catalog ID: CD 113
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• Show Bio for Francisco Lopez
"Francisco López is an avant-garde experimental musician and sound artist.
He has released a large amount of sound pieces with record labels from more than fifty countries and realized hundreds of concerts and sound installations worldwide; including some of the main international museums, galleries and festivals, such as: P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center (New York City), London Institute of Contemporary Arts, Paris Museum of Modern Art, National Auditorium of Music, Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Sónar, Darwin Fringe festival, Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art.
For the Spanish Pavilion of the Expo 2008, López presented a "double sonic intervention", consisting of both an indoor sound installation and an outdoor performance.
In 2006, López won the First Prize for the Sound Art Competition of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León. He has received honorable mention of the Prix Ars Electronica on three occasions(1999, 2002, 2007) and is the recipient of the Qwartz Award 2010 for best sound anthology.
He is director and curator of the sound archive SONM."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francisco_L%C3%B3pez_(musician))
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1. Bois-Francs Soundings 7:20 - a_dontigny
2. s/t w/t 2 10:14 - Chantal Dumas
3. The Long Walk 10:13 - Steve Heimbecker
4. materio_*** 9:48 - Louis Dufort
5. vers l:exformance 8:28 - Mathieu Lévesque
6. VSM 8:06 - Hélène Prévost
7. gray.white 9:42 - Tomas Phillips
8. untitled #202 9:52 - Francisco López
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"In the spring of 2006, Spanish sound artist Francisco Lopez led a composition workshop in Montreal. A master of the field recording and its use in acousmatic composition, Lopez asked the participants to share their urban field recordings. From their work came a compact disc, Montreal Sound Matter on Pogus, and an exhibition presented at the Fonderie Darling in Montreal.
The Victoriaville Matiere Sonore project continues the work started in the metropolis. For this occasion, the original seven participants have agreed to get together again, under Lopez's direction, and create a new collective work from scratch. First, they came to Victoriaville to make field recordings in various public and private spaces, recordings that have been once again shared with the group. Then, they each produced a new piece using this common soundbank. However, this time around Lopez did add one extra rule: a sequential order has been set, so that composers had to use, as the starting point for their own composition, the piece of the composer coming before them. As a result, we have a long acousmatic work in eight sections, each section picking up where the previous one has left."-Victo
Organized Sound and Sample Based Music
Various Artists & Compilations
Acoustmatic Electronic Composition
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