[Article 108]Alan Courtis (RA) – Goodman/Schmitt (US/D) – 15.03.2013

Alan Courtis (RA)
Alan Courtis was born in 1972 in Buenos Aires , Argentina . He was a founder member of Reynols. He has more than 200 solo releases and collaborations on labels like: P.S.F., Blossoming Noise, No-Fi, Porter, RRR, Tonschacht, 8MM, Quasipop, Pogus, Riot Season, Kning Disk, Beta-Lactam, Prele, Matching Head, Antifrost, Public Eyesore, Herbal, Smittekilde, Sedimental, Slottet, Alt.Vinyl, Feeding Tube, 267Lattajjaa, Mikroton, MIE, etc. He has toured extensively in Japan , Europe, USA , Australia , NZ & Latin America and has collaborated with musicians like: Pauline Oliveros, Lee Ranaldo, Jim O’Rourke, Phill Niblock, Otomo Yoshihide, Francisco López, Daniel Menche, Simon Wetham, Yoshimi, Eddie Prevost, Makoto Kawabata, KK Null, Mats Gustafsson, Rick Bishop,Tabata, Toshimaru Nakamura, L.A.F.M.S., Thomas Dimuzio, Rudolf Eb.Er, Kouhei, Seiichi Yamamoto, Tetuzi Akiyama, Lasse Marhaug, Ashtray Navigations, Nihilist Spasm Band, Rapoon, Uton, Birchville Cat Motel, The New Blockaders, Kaffe Mathews, Jaap Blonk, Jazkamer, C.Spencer Yeh, Okyung Lee, Avarus, & Kemialliset Ystavat. His music always has strong experimental sense and usually based on high-skilled techniques of prepared sound, tape manipulations, processing of field recordings, live electronics, objects, cymbals, synthesizers, computer tools, playing traditional (both acoustic and electric) instruments as well as self-built, strange and unusual instruments (eg. unstringed guitar). Courtis has composed music for films by directors like Claudio Caldini, Sergio Subero, Guillermo Ueno & Pablo Mazzolo. He currently coordinates a Field Recordings Workshop at Centro de Investigaciones Artisticas and Cobra Libros in Buenos Aires, and he has also run workshops in Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, England, Mexico, Peru, Chile, United States, Australia, New Zealand & Japan.

www.porterrecords.com/id112.html
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anla_Courtis

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16.11.2011
Institut für neue Medien (INM),Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt – http://www.inm.de
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Flyer 15.03.2013


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