NEW BOOK/CD - Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform

Subject: NEW BOOK/CD - Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform
From: Christof Migone (
Date: Tue Feb 15 2005 - 07:56:25 EST

Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform
Mardi le 22 février, 5 à 7, au Reservoir (au 2ème étage), 9 rue Duluth est,
Tuesday February 22, 5-7pm, at Reservoir (upstairs), 9 Duluth St. East,
info: 279-9521 (press), 849-7779 (Reservoir)

Errant Bodies Press is proud to announce the publication of its second
volume of Critical Ear, a series of monographs on artists working with sound
through performative, spatial, and musical means.

Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform
With contributions by Brandon LaBelle, Martin Spinelli, and Allen S. Weiss
Critical Ear series, Vol. 2
Errant Bodies Press/ Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde with Ground Fault
ISBN 0-9655570-7-3
88 page book with full-length CD/ $20 (special launch price)

"Christof Migone - Sound Voice Perform" documents the performance, sound,
and video works of the Canadian artist. Working since the mid-80s, Migone
weaves together a multitude of media, from radio to telephones to digital
objects, to form a stunning and highly dynamic practice. Combining an acute
sonic sensibility with performative usages of the body, video, and the
voice, his work engages corporeal presence with a subtle invasion,
unsettling speech and gesture through investigative and theoretical poetics.
Including documentation of works and a full length CD of audio works
compiled from over the last 15 years, with essays by Allen S. Weiss and
Brandon LaBelle, an interview with the artist by Martin Spinelli, "Christof
Migone - Sound Voice Perform" is the first monograph on this unique artist.

To order:
USA-Ground Fault (
Europe- Errant Bodies (

other Errant Bodies Press publications:
(copies of each will be available at the launch)

Surface Tension: Problematics of Site
Edited by Ken Ehrlich & Brandon LaBelle
CD selection by Stephen Vitiello
328 pages with Compact Disc
ISBN 0-9655570-4-9/$30 (special launch price)
Surface Tension examines the conversations that occur as negotiations
between cultural production and the place of its reception. With Gordon
Matta-Clark, Margaret Morgan, Kathy Battista, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Paul
Panhuysen, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Eyal Weizman/Rafi Segal, Michael Asher and
Simon Leung, Kim Abeles, Carol Brown, CopenhagenOffice, Octavio Camargo,
Jeremiah Day/Concrete Steps, Dispute Resolution Services, Jennifer Gabrys,
Jen Hofer/Melissa Dyne, Lucy R. Lippard, Colette Meacher, Christof
Migone/Alexander St-Onge (undo), Laurie Palmer, Lize Mogel, Michael
Rakowitz, Jane Rendell, Lizzie Scott, Atau Tanaka, and WochenKlausur, Seth
Cluett, Stuart Dempster, Terry Fox, Alison Knowles, Frances-Marie Uitti,
Anthony Moore, Erik Nauman, Atau Tanaka.

Writing Aloud: The Sonics of Language
Edited by Brandon LaBelle & Christof Migone
284 pages with Compact Disc
ISBN 0-9655570-0-3/$25 (special launch price)
Writing Aloud is an anthology focusing on the relationship of language to
sound, writing to music, and brings together a highly diverse collection of
essays, interviews, meditations, visual projects, text-sound scores and
audio by some of the leading individuals in the field of cultural and
performance studies, experimental music and contemporary art. With Nicholas
Zurbrugg, Achim Wollscheid, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Fred Moten, Brandon LaBelle,
Bart Plantenga, Terre Kapsalis, Norie Neumark, Lionel Marchetti, Sean
Cubitt, Arthur Petronio, Allen S. Weiss, Vincent Barras, Christof Migone,
Vito Acconci, Alvin Lucier, Elizabeth Slavet, Robert Ashley, Alexandre
St-Onge, Kim Dawn, Charles Amirkhanian, Gregory Whitehead, Jocelyn Robert,
David Dunn, David Merritt, Marina Abramovic, Yasunao Tone, John Duncan,
Michel Chion, David Dunn, Randy Yau.

Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear
Edited by Brandon LaBelle & Steve Roden
178 pages with Compact Disc
ISBN 0-9655570-2-2/$22 (special launch price)
Site of Sound is an anthology focusing on current trends in experimental
music, sound art and audio theories, featuring writings, visual works,
interviews and artist projects by leading experimental composers,
sound-artists, and architects. With Philip Corner, Tom Marioni and Alison
Knowles, Achim Wollscheid and Ralf Wehowsky, Jake Tilson, Christina
Kubisch, Moniek Darge, Max Eastley, Pierre Koenig, Rolf Julius, Hildegard
Westerkamp, Loren Chasse, Jalal Toufic, John Hudak, Richard Lerman,
Giancarlo Toniutti, Steve Peters, David Dunn, Leif Elggren, CM von
Hausswolff, Michael Brewster, Christof Migone, Rupert Loydell, and Tim

Social Music
With Giuseppe Ielasi, Michel Henritzi, Brandon LaBelle, Minoru Sato (m/s) &
Achim Wollscheid
48 pages with Compact Disc
ISBN 0-9655570-5-7
Inviting interference, accepting outside influence, directing networks,
building events - Project catalogue documenting radio series commissioned by
Kunstradio, Vienna, 2001.

Site Specific Sound
Brandon LaBelle
Critical Ear series, Vol.1
80 pages with Compact Disc
ISBN 0-9655570-6-5/$20 (special launch price)
Site Specific Sound documents a series of sound installations from 1998 to
2002 by sound-artist and writer Brandon LaBelle. Including writings by
LaBelle, an interview by the Frankfurt-based media-artist Achim Wollscheid,
and a Compact Disc of audio work.

Noise Media Language
Yasunao Tone
With contributions by Federico Marulanda Rey, Kim Cascone and Hans Ulrich
Critical Ear series, Vol.3
(September 2005)

Errant Bodies Press
developing, archiving, and fostering discourse on sound and auditory

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