Appleton @ A11 Galleries, Lisbon | 11th April 2024

Today Thursday 11 April :

at Appleton @ A11 Galleries – Rua Do Centro Cultural 11, Lisbon

– 15:00

Threshold of Predictability (video: Katherine Liberovskaya / music: Phill Niblock)

– 18:00

The Movement of People Working (film and music: Phill Niblock)

+ Margarida Garcia & David Maranha

+ 2 more evenings April 16th and 18th featuring The Movement of People Working (film and music: Phill Niblock) with Manuel Mota, Rafael Toral, Pedro Alves Sousa, Andre Goncalves, Adriana Sa, Vasco Alves

See more detailed information attached…

Cyland MediaArtLab: CYFEST 15: Vulnerability | 19th April 2024

Cyland MediaArtLab is pleased to invite you to the opening of CYFEST 15: Vulnerability

on Friday, April 19, 2024 at 5:30 pm at CREA—One Contemporary Art Space, Venice. The exhibition is on view until August 30, 2024. Please find the detailed information below.

Cantieri del Contemporaneo
Giudecca 211-b
Venice, Italy

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We are excited to announce the upcoming CYFEST 15: Vulnerability opening in April at CREA—One Contemporary Art Space, Venice, Italy.

The (anti)fragility of biological, social and cyberspaces, personal memories, and scientific imagination, the facsimile of rain, artistic exploration of non-human co-authorship, and a connection between knitting patterns and Mandelbrot sets all converge in our new major group exhibition.

The program features installation, performance, and discursive formats. Key commissions include the multi-disciplinary project Drop Tracer, studying nonhuman agencies and the relationship between images and the natural world by Tuula Närhinen. Ann Marie Maes’ bacterial-grown skins investigate the sculptural potential of organic materials and interfaces between the human and the non-human, the macroscopic and the microscopic. Pioneers of science art, Where Dogs Run collective, look at the terms of the Mandelbrot sets as expressed through knitting patterns in a live performative installation. Mariateresa Sartori, through the frottage technique, gives value to the unseen geology and casts light upon the little-known story of the quarry in Rosà, Vicenza. Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov’s media installation recreates the concept of Time Density developed by Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kozyrev. This exhibition also features rarely exhibited monotypes «Re-Pressions» by the acclaimed Armenian artist Samvel Baghdasaryan (1956-2017), experimental video art works by Fabrizio Plessi, inflatable fabric sculptures by Irina Korina, architectural and urbanistic objects made of recycled LEDs by Alexandra Dementieva, newly commitioned installation by Anna Frants and much more.

The full list of artists include: Samvel Baghdasaryan, Ludmila Belova, Max Blotas, Alexandra Dementieva, Alexey Dymdymarchenko, Yvetta Fedorova, Anna Frants, Elena Gubanova & Ivan Govorkov, Irina Korina, Natalia Lyakh, AnneMarie Maes, Phill Niblock & Katherine Liberovskaya, Tuula Närhinen, Nao Nishihara, Fabrizio Plessi, Mariateresa Sartori, Monica Naranjo Uribe, Where Dogs Run.

Learn more at

CYFEST 15 is organized by CYLAND International MediaArtLab. The project’s general sponsor is One Market Data. The project is made possible in collaboration with the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, The Centre for Studies in Russian Art — CSAR, LEONARDO ISAST, Samvel Baghdasaryan Art Foundation, and Weave.

Photo credits: Edith Bunimovich & CYLAND Media Art Lab

e-flux, Brooklyn | 28th March 2024

Thursday 28th March 7PM doors
Katherine Liberovskaya and David Watson: Compositions by Phill Niblock

172 Classon Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205

Join us at e-flux on Thursday, March 28 at 7pm for an event celebrating the life and work of avant-garde composer, photographer, filmmaker, videographer, and Experimental Intermedia founder Phill Niblock (1933–2024). Katharine Liberovskaya, Niblock’s longtime collaborator, will be joined by David Watson to present three pieces of music: “Expl. Watson” (a version of “Exploratory” written by Niblock for Watson), “Bag” (another composition written by Niblock for Watson), and one piece encompassing live-mixing of field recordings that Niblock gathered on his travels with Liberovskaya. These compositions will be accompanied by guitar, bagpipe, and video.

Dear Friends,

It’s time for the EI March Series again, the first one without our beloved Phill Niblock (!)
This March again at a few different venues. Please note all the different locations.
In addition to in-person all our evenings are live-streamed from our website:

As well we audio stream the concerts live on the Web Radio section of the Wave Farm Website:


The Fifty-First Anniversary of EI performances, the Fifty-Sixth Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Fifty-Sixth Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least, The Thirty-Fourth Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part Two (or B). Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock curators

MARCH 2024 – All events at 7PM in all places
Please note all the different venues for this series
Suggested donation $10 except Monday 18th at Zürcher Gallery 2 sets / $20

Dave Seidel (New Hampshire) – at Harvestworks Sunday 17
A performance of the entirety of my three-part electronic drone work “Involution”, from the eponymous XI Records release: A study in complex microtonal sonorities derived from various just intonation tunings and scales; This is the premiere of a new revision of the piece – –

Kaffe Matthews (Berlin) – at Zürcher Gallery Monday 18
Live processing 15th century alchemical systems through the Riple; An instrument occupied with the generation and processing of all colours of noise, designed through discoveries made by the British alchemist George Ripley; Noise, colours, lightning, square waves and clocks, mashed with salt and fed by mercury to feed the Toad, the gold, the final output? Today with the WORM on vocals –

Sarah Bernstein (NYC) – at Zürcher Gallery Monday 18
Solo violin/voice performance utilizing heavily-processed sound and raw expression, melding noise, electronic improvisation, art rock and existential poetry into an ecstatic unity –

Lary 7 (NYC) – at WhiteBox Tuesday 19
Occupying a realm somewhere between science and music, is a leftover byproduct of the 20th Century tactile physical world . . . Lary 7 is 6 times detritus, plus 5 versions of mistakes, 4 excuses for failure, 3 of the most analog bumps on a log, 2 unexpected goofs, and 1 of the last living _____________s.” (fill in the blank generation . . .with a word that doesn’t make sense.)

William Hooker (NYC) – at WhiteBox Wednesday 20
“The Mind World”…Part 1 – is a solo auditory visual experience of sounds directed through spontaneous musical improvisations augmented by dance movements / as viewed by the audience; Thereby, exploring energy levels – directions and the communion (of the being /spirit) with the viewing audience; With dance by Yaching Cheung: In addition there will be a live improvisation with Phill Niblock’s video-audio piece “Hooker-Niblock” (2015-19)

Joan Jonas (NYC) – at EHF Friday 22
Joan Jonas will screen a selection of older and newer video works –

Rina Sherman (Paris) / Phill Niblock – at EHF Saturday 23
On one of my first trips to New York after coming to Paris in exile in 1984, Phill Niblock filmed a portrait of me in a series of portraits, Anecdotes From Childhood, that featured in his 2007 exhibition at the Gahlberg Gallery and was taken up in Working Title (2013) published by Presses du réel in a bilingual edition; Phill Niblock traveled constantly, and we saw each other often when he came to perform in Paris; In 2013, I made a cineportrait of him, “Phill Niblock, Minimalist Composer and Intermedia Artist” (Rina Sherman, VOICES, rencontres avec des personnes remarquables); Both portraits will be screened –

3 moving image impressions of Phill Nibloc – at EHF Sunday 24
“Singterview with Phill Niblock” (2015) by Loré Lixenberg (London); “The Movement of Phill Niblock” (2015) by Maurits Wouters (Turnhout, Belgium); “PHILL NIBLOCK: The Movement of People Working, Centre Pompidou Paris 29 November 2014” (2015) by Gilles Paté (Paris)

SCREEN COMPOSITIONS 20 curated by Katherine Liberovskaya – at ISSUE Monday 25
This year Screen Compositions celebrates its 20th anniversary! Our jubilee edition brings you, as ever, a collection of always captivating and inspired intersections of moving image with sonic art; a program of screen works representing dynamic two-way collaborations between video/film artists and sound/music artists specifically intended for single-channel projection with no live or performance component; featuring collaborations by: Deborah Bernagozzi / Jason Bernagozzi; Patrick Bokanowski / Michele Bokanowski; Navel Cassidy / Michael Evans; Holly Fisher / Lois V Vierk; Gisela Gamper / Pauline Oliveros+Zach Layton+Jonas Braasch; Richard Garet / Barbara Held; Katherine Liberovskaya / Phill Niblock+Francisco Janes; Ursula Scherrer / Marcia Bassett; Claudia Schmitz / Ute Wassermann; Sara C. Sun / Michael Vincent Waller

Harvestworks: 596 Broadway #602, New York, NY 10012 –
Zürcher Gallery: 33 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012 –
WhiteBox: 9 Ave B, New York, NY 10009, at Houston Street –
Emily Harvey Foundation (EHF): 537 Broadway #2, New York, NY 10012, at Spring –
ISSUE Project Room: 22 Boerum Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11201 –

Experimental Intermedia, 224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013 212 431 5127 and

Our programs are supported by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Phaedrus Foundation, the Ulla Dydo Charitable Fund, a Donor Advised Fund of Renaissance Charitable Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Office of the Governor and the New York State
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Phill Niblock 1933–2024

Phill Niblock RIP
“Master of Minimalism”

Phill was one of those it is hard to imagine the world without. Always working, moving, chatting, asking, (“Hey! – What’s happening!”… a declaration not a question), his extraordinary energy belied his slowly evolving work. He lived a long life doing what he loved, releasing records for over 7 decades (who else can claim that? Not many…), Phill holds a unique place in the history of recorded music, and it was an honour to work with him for a good chunk of that time. He was a superb film-maker and photographer. Ask for a photo for his new album, he would submit a full folio (here are some unused ones below). Ask for 20 minutes of sound and he’d send 3 hours. Deeply rooted in an analogue sensibility and its acoustic, digital formats were a godsend to Phill. Our last collaboration “Working Touch” came on a USB stick with 22GB of material – Phill considered this to be his valediction. Of his generation, perhaps only Morton Subotnik (90), LaMonte Young (88), & Alvin Curran (at a sprightly 85) are around to hold the candle and show that the way things used to be done are increasingly, not less valid. Rest in peace, Phill – and thank you. We’ll be listening for the sounds as they come through the clouds. [Mike & Jon, 9th January 2024]

You can read an obituary by Lawrence English in The Quietus here

Phill Niblock was interviewed by Mike Harding for his very first edition of Long Wave, 8th October 2013. You can listen to the full broadcast here.

If you’re not familiar with his work, you can listen on his Bandcamp page here

Phill Niblock 90th Birthday Winter Solstice: 24 Hours of Music and Film | December 21 & 22, 2023

As the longest night of the year unfolds and the journey of our planet nears the point when Winter commences in the Northern Hemisphere, Phill Niblock stages his annual Winter Solstice concert for the 13th consecutive year at Roulette, with a special twist in honor of his 90th year on Earth: 24 hours of music and film. Running from 12pm to midnight on two consecutive days, this live performance will consist of 12 sublime hours of music and mixed media film and video each day, with special guest performers interspersed throughout. |

Events in October

A 24 hour event by Phill Niblock

October 21 2023 at 9pm, for 24 hours, at silent green  Kulturveranstaltungen  in Berlin, Germany – 8 projected films/videos,, from the series The Movement of People Working, with twenty live musicians playing  pieces written for them, (or otherwise noted) composed  by Phill Niblock, produced by Carsten Seiffarth of

Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin, Germany,

Musicians who will play live:

9pm / 2100

Deborah Walker (violoncello) Herbal Cooled 2

Biliana Voutchkova (violin) Unipolar Dance (Conrad Harris and            Pauline Kim on Recording)

11pm / 2300

Natalia Pschenitschnikova (flute) Nataliawork

!am / 0100

Seth Josel (guitar) Sethwork

3am /  0300

Thomas Ankersmit (Serge Synthesizer) Surge 2 (UA)

5am / 0500

Nicola Hein (guitar) Poom (Stephen O’Malley on Recording)

7am / 0700

Anna Clementie  and Phill Niblock (voice) Zound Delta I

9am / 0900

Robyn Schulkowsky (Percushion) Timps in E (Jan Williams on Recording)

11am / 2300

Lucio Capece & Katie Porter (bass clarinets) K&L for KL

3pm / 1500

Anna Clementi and Phill Niblock (voice) Zound Delta II

5pm /  1700

Lucy Railton (violoncello) Harm (Arne Defroce on Recording)

7pm / 1900

Jens Brand (motors) ExplMotors

And the second announcement:…

Phill Niblock’s 90th birthday party at 224 Centre Street, 3rd floor, NYC, at Grand Street on Monday, October 2

It is happening with a few surprises

Looks like I come from the Village Care Rehabilitation facility, on a visit to my loft.

Let’s have the start of the party to be 6 PM, but at about 10:30 PM I have to go back to Village Care, leaving you all to party on your own, and the party continues

Please come I want to see you ALL

Bring a bit of wine or other drinks, if you like.

Pretzels will be served, any other food that you bring, like cakes, will go to the kitchen to be served

Events in March 2023

Luca Forcucci (Berlin) at Shift 8pm Tuesday 14

The Room Above was recorded in the church of the Helvetic Circle in Genoa; I played the church’s organ in the present moment, with no score, over four consecutive days, possibly inspired by long sonic walks in the surrounding mountains and along the Ligurian coast; the intrinsic architectural sonic spatial identity of the building entered the recordings; the cumulation of sonic spaces – those initially present, those of field recordings, those of future concert venues, and those imagined by the listener – lead to a sonic moiré, a polyphony of spaces; such a sonic moiré is the perception of several strata of spaces, as is comparable to the perception emerging from Marcel Duchamp’s rotoreliefs between the work and the perceiver, in a cinematic experience for the mind Video:

Leslie Thornton (New York) A Video Event At EHF 7pm Wednesday 15

Will present a retrospective view of her media artworks, including her earliest film, “X-TRACTS”; an episode from her 30 year long project, “Peggy and Fred in Hell”; and recent videos produced while in residence at CERN and Caltech

Jeanne Liotta (New York) A Video Event At EHF 7pm Thursday 16

Will bring some rarely seen media transmissions of energetic and material subjects to the screen: such as outer space, bees, natural philosophy, spirals, ice and noise; starting with an early Mediamystic shadowplay in video made in collaboration with Bradley Eros and ending with a recent live cosmic projection work Path of Totality and

Elico Suzuki (Tokyo) at Shift 8pm Friday 17

suzueri (Elico Suzuki) will play two sets, in the first set will be ‘Piano Plays Piano’, constructing a circuitous and restless live installation using a piano combined with toy pianos; in the second set, she will play her handmade instruments using a visible light transmission system with Sean Meehan

Screen Compositions curated by Katherine Liberovskaya, at Shift A Video Event 8pm Sunday 19

Yet again! and for the first time in-person after 3 years on-line only because of Covid! Screen Compositions: Edition 19 (19 years!) brings you, as always, a collection of inspiring and inspired intersections of moving image with sonic art; a program of screen works representing dynamic two-way collaborations between video/film artists and sound/music artists specifically intended for single-channel projection with no live or performance component; featuring collaborations by: Robert Buck / Gryphon Rue; CHIKA / Merche Blasco + Lucie Vítková + Anette; Martha Colburn / Laura Ortman; Francisco Janes / André Gonçalves + Nuno Moita; Freddy Jouwayed + Ralph Provisero / Gustavo Matamoros; Katherine Liberovskaya / If, Bwana; Adrianne Pope / Pauline Kim; Lily Jue Sheng / Kevin P. Keenan; Janneke van der Putten / Sajjra Xhrs Galarreta; Walter Wright / Al Margolis

Bradley Eros (New York) A Video Event at WhiteBox, 8pm Monday 20

is a mediamystic maverick, who prefers the night & the perfume of eau de cinema, a catalyst screening myriad films & videos, from the 80s to the present with diverse collaborations; works & concepts include: Optipus, Vampÿrates, Mushroom Archive, mystique plastique, subterranean science, poetic accidents, Erotic Psyche, fragmentstein, Oysters of the Id, Eros’ dynamics of the Black Sun, Narcolepsy Cinema, TransTrans, Artaud~Butoh, ephemeral cinema/cinema povera, & negative inspiration

Lary 7 (New York) at WhiteBox, 8pm Tuesday 21

Occupying a realm somewhere between science and music, is a leftover byproduct of the 20th Century tactile physical world . . . Lary 7 is 6 times detritus, plus 5 versions of mistakes, 4 excuses for failure, 3 of the most analog bumps on a log, 2 unexpected goofs, and 1 of the last living _____________s.” (fill in the blank generation . . .with a word that doesn’t make sense.)

Shift: 411 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, starts at 8pm –
WhiteBox: 9 Ave B, at Houston Street, NYC, starts at 8pm –
Emily Harvey Foundation (EHF): 537 Broadway at Spring, NYC, start time here at 7pm –

Our programs are supported by the Phaedrus Foundation, The David & Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc. and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature
224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013 212 431 5127 and

Events in December 2022

The Forty-Ninth Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, The Fifty-Fourth Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Fifty-Fourth Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least, The Forty–Second Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part One (or A) Phill Niblock, curator

December 2022

Shift, 411 Kent Ave, Brooklyn – 12/12 and 12/15 –
Fridman Gallery, 169 Bowery, NYC – 12/19 and 12/20 –
WhiteBox, 9 Ave B, NYC – 12/13, 14, 16 –
All concerts at 8PM in all places

Tom Hamilton (New York) and Thessia Machado (Brazil/New York) at Shift Monday 12
A first-time collaboration reflecting parallel and divergent journeys and experiences. Uncertainty and physicality explored through autonomous, yet simultaneous relationships. Electronics and other stuff.

Cleek Schrey (USA) at WhiteBox Tuesday 13
The composer and fiddler will present new work for vibrating strings and playback, including new field recordings from an ongoing project in Kentucky

Lee Gilboa (Israel, based in Providence RI) at WhiteBox Wednesday 14
Will present two multichannel fixed media compositions centered around the speaking voice, the first piece – Through The Halls, was created in collaboration with, and features vocalist Chanan Ben Simone, the second piece – Halves of a Story, features a speaking chorus and the rapper SAMMUS

Pauline Kim Harris (New York City) at Shift Thursday 15
Music to include a NEW WORK dedicated to Phill Niblock with violin duo String Noise in collaboration with Katherine Liberovskaya, video

Gryphon Rue (New York City) at WhiteBox Friday 16
His music is constructed of complex patterns derived from instruments such as bowed hand saws, harmonium, and custom synthesizers, the music discloses a fascination with mimetic potential—the ability to suggest biological actions, molecular events, possession, nourishment—and is above all, made with people’s pleasure in mind; joined by Will Epstein on piano, synthesizer, and soprano saxophone Instagram: 4n_objx

Frédéric Acquaviva and Loré Lixenberg (London) at Fridman Gallery Monday 19
His “ANTIPODES” (69′), for live mezzo (Loré Lixenberg), dead electronics, video and the recorded voices of the artists Joël Hubaut and Dorothy Iannone, was composed in 2019 at EMS, Stockholm, described by Olaf Nicolaï as “a provocative sign against the background of today’s listening environment”, “ANTIPODES” was awarded the prestigious Karl Sczuka Prize in 2020 and was premiered at Donaueschingen Festival in 2021

Laurie Schwartz (Berlin) at Fridman Gallery Tuesday 20
with Anna Clementi (Berlin) and Risa Mickenberg (New York) + special guests: presenting tuned-in/tuned-out works and mash-ups interrogating the space between music composition, theater, performance art, and
absurdist spectacle; materials integrate the operatic voice, field recordings, conversations, images, and wooden cell phones; Dangerous Women and Dada; DIVAS DESVIANTES meets THE HERMETTES. With support from the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Events in October and November and December 2022

September 21-24, the festival – shut up and listen!, produced by Bernhard Gal, at echoraum, Vienna, Austria, a presentation of Working Touch by Phill Niblock, four hours of Film as Video with Music, presented on a large Video Monitor with headphones during the whole festival, as well as a live event during the festival And many other artists
PN not present

October 2, a reception at White Box Gallery, 9 Ave B, NY, to celebrate PNs 89th Birthday and the release of a new Touch project of Phill Niblock – Working Touch, a USB stick in a CD sized Digipack, with 4 hours of video with four hours of music made from 2013 to 2016, files of video with music and of CD quality music. An evening organized by Katherine Liberovskaya and WhiteBox

PN very present!!

October 9 2022, Sunday – Montreal Canada – Espace Bleu | Édifice Wilder –
Inside Your Ears, Productions Totem Contemporain – Representation(S)

An unforgettable immersive experience, Inside your ears showcases the siren organ with its rich and powerful vibrations and tones! Jean-François Laporte’s emblematic instrument composed of six truck sirens will be augmented for the occasion.

An intrepid explorer of sound in all its originality and physicality, Totem Contemporain presents three works by Benjamin Thigpen, Phill Niblock, and Jean-François Laporte, respectively two world premieres and a Canadian premiere. Alone on stage, seated in the middle of the horns facing the audience, Jean-François Laporte modifies the volume, attack, and timbre of the sounds produced, in an entirely acoustic manner. The siren organ has a brilliance and presence that makes the body vibrate, reminiscent of the ship’s horns in harbour symphonies.
PN not resent but on Zoom

October 12 – WEDNESDAY, 8pm, False Harmonics #12: TILT Brass & Zeena Parkins (Performing the music of Julius Eastman, Phill Niblock & Zeena Parkins) feat. James Fei and Josh Henderson, at Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer Street Brooklyn and
PN Present

October 10-25 2022 – Cyfest-14: Yerevan, Armenia, on the 18th, a set by Katherine Liberovskaya & Anoush Moazzeni of Video and Music, a set with the Music and Films/Video by Phill Niblock
PN present on Zoom

October 22 2022 – Festival ECHONANCE #1 – Pioneers in the Orgelpark-Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Curated by Claudio F Baroni & Ezequiel Menalled, with Modelo62 ensemble, Scordatura Ensemble, plus guest artists, featuring work by Phill Niblock, Eliane Radigue, James Tenney, Alvin Lucier, Peter Ablinger, Annea Lockwood, and Stefano Scodanibbio.

PN not present

Oct 27, 2022, 7pm, at Blank Forms, Rhodri Davies Plays Éliane Radigue, Ellen Arkbro, And Phill Niblock, 468 Grand Ave. #1D, Brooklyn, NY 11238
PN not present

November 2 – 28, a residency for PN & KL at the Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice Italy

December 2, a concert in Brussels produced by Sub Rosa, place TBA

Hyphen Hub Salon, New York City | Saturday May 7th 2022

Please join us for our next Hyphen Hub Salon to celebrate the life and legacy of the acclaimed British experimental composer, turntablist, and multimedia artist, Philip Jeck who died last month in Liverpool. The evening will feature special guest performances by artists who worked and collaborated with him.

Featuring: Marina Rosenfeld, Phill Niblock, Ted Riederer, & Zachary Paul who will each pay tribute in their own unique way. 

When: Saturday May 7th 2022
Time: Doors: 6pm

Presented by: Hyphen Hub in partnership with Touch

Tickets: $10 at the door

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Meetings with XI Composers


Meetings with XI Composers
with Maestro Niblock & Dr. Liberovskaya

– Meeting #1: David Behrman
Wednesday March 2nd 2022 at 9pm ET

A new series of very informal on-line video conversations + listening sessions led by Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya with XI composers to revisit their work on the XI label and their musical trajectories in general.

We plan to produce one meeting every season: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.

For our very first edition, Winter 2022, we present NY composer David Behrman who, in addition to our talk, will play files of a number of pieces old and new including selections from his two XI CDs Unforeseen Events and My Dear Siegfried.

We will launch this first meeting on Wednesday March 2nd at 9pm followed by a Zoom hang allowing anyone interested to interact live with David and us.

After this live streaming the recording will remain on Experimental Intermedia’s website to be visited at your leisure.


A presentation by XI Records and Experimental Intermedia.

Please note our brand new release:

Michael Winter – Counterfeiting in Colonial Connecticut / a lot of tiles (trivial scan) (XI 148)


Phill Niblock – Four Full Flutes (XI 101); Lois V Vierk – Simoom (XI 102); Guy Klucevsek – Flying Vegetables Of The Apocalypse (XI 104); David Behrman – Unforeseen Events (XI 105); Tom Johnson – Music For 88 (XI 106); Mary Jane Leach – Celestial Fires (XI 107); Fast Forward – Same Same (XI 108); Ellen Fullman – Body Music (XI 109); Jackson Mac Low – Open Secrets (XI 110); Phill Niblock – Music By Phill Niblock (XI 111); Allison Cameron – Raw Sangudo (XI 112); Daniel Goode – Clarinet Songs (XI 113); Mary Ellen Childs – Kilter (XI 114); Richard Lainhart – Ten Thousand Shades Of Blue (XI 115); Peter Zummo – Experimenting With Household Chemicals (XI 116); Logos Duo – Logos Works (XI 117); Annea Lockwood/Ruth Anderson – Sinopah (XI 118); Eliane Radigue – Trilogie De La Mort (XI 119); Malcolm Goldstein – The Seasons: Vermont (XI 120); Phill Niblock – YPGPN (XI 121); Paul Panhuysen – Partitas For Long Strings (XI 122); Tom Johnson – The Chord Catalogue (XI 123); Ellen Band – 90% Post Consumer Sound (XI 124); Philip Corner – 40 Years And One (XI 125); Gen Ken Montgomery – Pondfloorsample (XI 126); Michael J. Schumacher – Room Pieces (XI 127); Alan Licht – A New York Minute (XI 128); David Behrman – My Dear Siegfried (XI 129); Warren Burt – The Animation Of Lists And The Archytan Transpositions (XI 130); Matt Rogalsky – Memory Like Water (XI 131); David Watson – Fingering An Idea (XI 132); Michael J. Schumacher – Five Sound Installations (XI 133) (Dvd-Rom); David First – Privacy Issue (XI 134); Charlie Morrow – Toot! (XI 135); Michael Vincent Waller – The South Shore (XI 136); Ulrich Krieger -/RAW:ReSpace/ (XI 137); Dan Joseph – Electroacoustic Works (XI 138); Amnon Wolman/Neil Leonard – Security Vehicles Only (XI 139) digital only release; Cecilia Lopez – Red/Machinic Fantasies (XI 140); Leslie Ross – drop by drop, suddenly (XI 141); Phill Niblock/The Dorf – Baobab / Echoes (XI 142); Dave Seidel – Involution (XI 143); Tom Chiu  – The Live One (XI 144); Phill Niblock – NuDaf (XI 145/AKOH 145); Neil Leonard – Sonance for the Precession (LP) (XI 146/AKOH 146)

40 Years of Touch

Forty Years of Activity

In 2022 Touch (the UK-based imprint and publisher which has released 5 albums by Phill Niblock so far) will celebrate forty years of activity; so we thought we’d organize a few events to mark this achievement, not only to reflect on the long journey but also cast our eyes on what the future might hold for the creative arts.

Since the community we share is worldwide and multi-cultural, our activities will reflect diversity in various locations throughout the world. Do check back in from time to time, since new events will be added as the year unfolds.

The first event is a Touch.40 festival in Los Angeles from March 11th to 13th and you can buy tickets here:


And more information can be found on the Touch.40 website here:

Touch.40 –

And I would like to announce a new Touch release: Touch Works

With two films from the Movement of People Working series – China88 and Japan89, plus four hours of my music, recent pieces from 2013 to 2016, which will be on a USB memory stick housed in a CD sized box

Out soon and I will send a notice

Double Infinity: A Celebration of Phill Niblock’s 88th Birthday in 88 Quarter-Hours
December 4th and 5th 2021

A 22 hour on-line streaming event in two 11 hour parts, Saturday December 4th and Sunday December 5th, 2021, curated by Katherine Liberovskaya with Phill Niblock and streaming engineered by Bob Bellerue and Daniel Neumann.

Featuring interventions by:

Esther Ferrer, Tom Johnson, Gilles Paté, Boris Nieslony, Pierre Berthet, Arnold Dreiblatt, Joerg Hiller, Nicola Hein, Matthias Kaiser, Viola Yip, Neil Leonard, Amnon Wolman, Guy De Bièvre, Sofia Bustorff, Alexandra Dementieva,, Anna Clementi, Laurie Schwartz, Janos Sugar, Tibor Szemzo, Hans W Koch, Karin Lingnau, Markus Schmickler Moniek Darge, Godfried Willem Raes, Kathryn Bauer, Arthur Stidfole, Bryan Eubanks, Andrew Lafkas, Cat Lamb, Byron Westbrook, Jens Brand, Dan Farkas, Ben Manley, Shelley Hirsch, Katherine Liberovskaya, Ursula Scherrer, Keiko Uenishi, Deborah Walker, Yvan Etienne, Marie Verry, The Nelly Boyd Ensemble, Julien Ottavi, Jenny Pickett, Kasper Toplitz, George Cremaschi, Matt Ostrowski, Andrea Parkins, Rie Nakajima, Marie Roux, Margarida Garcia, Andre Goncalves, David Maranha, Manuel Mota, Adriana Sa, Thomas Ankersmit, Mario de Vega, Robert Poss, Susan Stenger, Carlos Casas, Klaus Filip, Noid, Ryoko Akama, Tim Shaw, Caroline Demeyer, Patries Wichers, Malcolm Goldstein, Don Ritter, Ikue Mori, Jim Staley, Marco Scarassatti, Livio Tragtenberg, David Behrman, Nic Collins, Al Margolis, Leslie Ross, Walter Wright, David First, David Watson, Bruce Andrews, Michael Schumacher, Sally Silvers, Gill Arno, Richard Garet, Gustavo Matamoros, Shelly Silver, David Soldier, Sam Ashley, Tom Buckner, Ellen Fullman, Theresa Wong, Oren Ambarchi, Loren Connors, Alan Licht, Ulrich Krieger, Lawrence English, Carmen Keiso, Nao Nishihara, Barbara Held, Anne Wellmer, Alexey Borisov, Antonio Della Marina, Alessandra Zucchi, Maria Blondeel, Lieve D’hont, Esther Venrooy, Tony Buck, Mazen Kerbaj, Magda Mayas, Sharif Sehnaoui, Hedya Klein, Heimo Wallner, Gaby Zrost, Martin Zrost, Jozef Czeres, Michael Delia, Morgan O’Hara, Milos Vojtechovsky, Kjell Bjorgeengen, Lasse Marhaug, Marek Choloniewski, Thomas Köner, Francisco Janes, Jurate Jarulyte, Michel Collet, Ethan Oliver Fowke, Sarah Hannah, Eric Letourneau, Valentine Verhaeghe, Christian Kobi, Alvin Curran, Renate Hoffmann Korth, Janneke Van Der Putten, Zahra Mani, Mia Zabelka, Didier Aschour, Luca Coclite, Donato Epiro, Laura Perrone, Leif Elgren, Karl Michael Von Hauswolf, Frederic Acquaviva, Lore Lixenberg, Charlie Morrow, Juho Laitinen, Valerian Maly, Klara Schilliger, Jan Klare, Achim Zepezauer, Angelica Castello, Dieb 13, Billy Roiz, Burkhard Stangl, Astrid Klein, A. Groznykh, A. Grachev, S.Komarov, A. Scheglov, D. Shishov, A. Strokov, Luciano Chessa, Irina Danilova, Hiram Levy, Peer Bode, Andrew Deutch, Rebekkah Palov, Peter Kotik, Marcia Bassett, Barry Weisblat, Conrad Harris, Pauline Kim, John King, Seth Cluett, George Lewis, Miya Masaoka, Tom Chiu, Dan Joseph, Miah Artola, Chika, Yoshiko Chuma, John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein, Matt Rogalski, Peter Shapiro, Joseph Sledgianowski, Bob Bellerue, Daniel Neumann, Kurt Gottschalk, Adam Hogan, Monika Weiss, Brandon Lopez, Cecilia Lopez, Mayada Ibrahim, Austin Larkin, Jordan Paul, Bradley Eros, Lele Dai, Lary 7, Robert Mizaki, Ravish Momin, Cristián Alvear, Michael Winter, John Bischoff, James Fei, Laetitia Sonami, Richard Barrett, Incredible Bob, Milana Zarić, Hampus Lindwall, George Moraitis, Gerd Stern… and a few others

Find the live stream at

Saturday December 4th 2021 from noon to 23:00 (NY time, EST)
Sunday December 5th 2021 from noon to 23:00 (NY time, EST)

After December 5th the archives of the recordings of all 22 hours will be accessible through the Experimental Intermedia website

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Happening Saturday October 1


In NY and Vienna, simultaneously. with Mia live in Vienna and Katherine live in NY
And Phill shily pre-recorded

PhonoFemme 2021
on-site, on air, online

1.10.2021, 19.00h: Phonofemme Vienna and Experimental Intermedia New York – Online Event – with Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya, Daniel Neumann, Mia Zabelka

October 1st 19:00 (Vienna) / 13:00 (NYC)
in cooperation with The Austrian Cultural Forum NYC
live stream link:

Set one:
Katherine Liberovskaya (Live Visual Foley) & Mia Zabelka (Violin and Electronics)

set two:
Phill Niblock (Music and Film)
– Browner (2020, 20:00) : Arne Deforce, cello; Deborah Walker, cello; Erik Drescher, flute; Dafne Vicent Sandoval, bassoon
A world premiere !
– First Out (2015, 22:14) : David First, guitar
– V&LSG (2015, 21:20) :  Lore Lixenberg, voice and Guy De Bievre, lap steel guitar
– Meudrone1 (2013)
– Agosto (2014)
– DH Sand-Boat  (2015)

Streaming engineer: Daniel Neumann

From the Austrian Cultural Forum’ email:
October 1 | PhonoFemme2021

PhonoFemme sees itself as a platform for experimental music and sound art by women in Vienna. As a series of performances from October 1-3, 2021, the aim is to network the diverse international scene of female artists and to bring them into a communicative and aesthetic exchange. In cooperation with Experimental Intermedia New York, join us on October 1 at 1 PM EST / 7 PM CET for virtual streaming of Phonofemme Vienna and Experimental Intermedia New York with musicians Mia Zabelka, Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya and Daniel Neumann.

Austrian Cultural Forum New York


All events start at 9PM

Samara Lubelski (NYC, sometimes Degenfeld, Germany)
Monday 15

Continuation of the on the spot/improvised solo violin’s uptight zipping about with the flurry fingers and the zig zag chase; out for the tension – the soft touch’s lament – bird song buzzing, amplified hums hurling about – caught in the hustle, and taking care of business; implemented with phaser and delays, etc… Wandering into the wavelengths of heady frenzy, ensconced in the sliding of the touch ’n go – to and fro,  Light into dark – dark into light, with Barry Weisblat on visual projections

Andrea Pensado (Salem MA, from Argentina, studied Poland)
Tuesday 16

“Reflections on Uneasiness” – an amalgam of cut-up noise / voice / plunderphonics /noise piano / real time visuals, anguish and more

Catherine Lamb and Bryan Eubanks  (Berlin)
Wednesday 17

Rebecca Lane plays quarter tone bass flute; Cat plays viola and voice; Bryan plays synth and voice; the piece is Prisma Interius IV by Catherine Lamb

Richard Garet   (New York)
Friday  19

His approach to working with sound focuses on interacting with the materials’ sonic properties as both source and instrument; such materials are amplified EMF emissions, modified audiocassettes, dysfunctional tape players, circuit boards, sonification of light, and computer processing among other explorations and with no particular hierarchy; over the years his work has evolved from laptop playing to a more active hands on type of approach by embracing tactile malleability, and establishing durational concrete methods and less digital playback

Video events:

SCREEN COMPOSITIONS 17 curated by Katherine Liberovskaya
Monday 22

Once again it’s time for Screen Compositions, this year the 17th edition (2nd virtual), bringing you as ever a collection of always captivating intersections of moving image with sonic art; a program of screen works representing dynamic two-way collaborations between video/film artists and sound/music artists specifically intended for single-channel projection with no live or performance component; featuring collaborations by: Peer Bode / Carrier Band (Andrew Deutsch, Rebekkah Palov, Don Metz, Ed Hallborg); Christian Calon / Chantal Dumas / Mario Gauthier; Lieve D’hondt / Esther Venrooy; Tina Frank / Mari Bastashevski / Jen Morris; Pepe Gimeno / Carlos Cueto / Sonia Megias; Katherine Liberovskaya / Phill Niblock; Marie Losier / Dorit Chrysler; 185668232 / Joseph Sledgianowski; Peter Shapiro / Snake Union (Chuck Bettis & David Grant) + Hisham Bharoocha; Heimo Wallner / Maja Osojnik; Milana Zaric / Richard Barrat

Kjell Bjorgeengen  (Oslo Norway)
Wednesday 24th

He works mainly with live video performances and video installations and has had a long association with The Experimental Televison Center, Owego NY and has worked closely with David Jones to develop his own unique studio and video synthesizer; he looks upon his art as an investigation of a reality which needs to be worked upon and changed in both artistic and political ways. Google him . . .

Tony Martin  (New York)
Thursday 25

The film and video work of Tony Martin – Throughout the 1960’s the artist created pure light and combined image projection, and recording technique; these pioneering intermedia compositions were first seen at the San Francisco Tape Music Center and then internationally; the Howard Wise Gallery in NYC exhibited viewer-activated light sculptures and installations; these used custom mirrors, and various sensors built into the pieces; during subsequent decades these personal systems are fed into film and video pieces, along with electronic and stylus/pad manipulations

Joan Logue (New York)
Friday 26

Since 1971, she has completed hundreds of video portraits for installation; her works have been seen in the US and abroad in installations that she terms ‘video portrait galleries,’ including portraits of Richard Diebenkorn, John Baldessari, Jasper Johns, Willem DeKooning, Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, Joan Mitchell, Vija Celmins, Judy Chicago, Jacques Derrida, Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez and Noam Chomsky among many others; since 1979, she created another form of portraiture, ’30 Second Portraits (Spots)’; some of the portraits that will be screened here are of composers (such as John Cage, Pierre Boulez, Alvin Curran, Michael Nyman, Carles Santos, Liz Phillips, and Meredith Monk), other portraits shown are on dancers (contemporary and traditional) painters, poets, performance artists, writers, philosophers, New England Fishermen, 2011 Occupiers and a few from the series Before the Ghetto

Our programs are supported by The David & Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Phaedrus Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature
224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013   212 431 5127, 431 6430 and
We are now streaming the concerts live on the Wave Farm Website:

Fridman Gallery | Wednesday, February 3 at 7pm

An online event, with a hang out after it
Two events with Sun Ra
It will be available for viewing until February 28 on the Fridman Gallery website
Please do not respond to this address

Wednesday, February 3 at 7pm

Fridman Gallery is pleased to present two films honoring the legacy and continued influence of Sun Ra, Marshall Allen, and the Sun Ra Arkestra on Wednesday, February 3 at 7pm ( Phill Niblock’s newly restored, seminal film The Magic Sun featuring original footage of Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra, will be followed by Dave Soldier’s new work The Eighth Hour of Amduat, starring Marshall Allen, who leads the Sun Ra Arkestra today. The videos will remain viewable through February 28.

The screening will be followed by a “hang” with Niblock and Soldier on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 789 059 3491
Passcode: 9KZkfA

THE MAGIC SUN (1966-68)

Composer, photographer, and filmmaker Phill Niblock’s classic experimental underground film The Magic Sun features a sensational soundtrack by the legendary jazz musician Sun Ra and the members of his Solar Arkestra. Niblock used a very high contrast black-and-white film technique to shoot ultra-tight close-ups on the moving hands and mouths of the musicians.

This is the premiere screening of the newly restored film, which has been transferred from 16mm to HD video, color corrected by Adam Hogan and Laura Stayton, and sound revitalized by Dan Evans Farkas. The 16mm film was originally processed by J&D Film Labs, in NY.


Marshall Allen, the leader of the Sun Ra Arkestra, is featured in the part of the Egyptian god Sun Ra, in Dave Soldier’s new classical/jazz/electronic opera based on the oldest musical score known, the Eighth hour of the Book of the Amduat. In this version from 1425 BC, the sounds and music are clearly specified during Sun Ra’s nightly travels on the underworld river to age, die, and be reborn to rise again every morning. The ancient hieroglyphs are translated to Italian by Egyptologist Rita Lucarrelli (professor at UC Berkeley) and the parts of the other gods and demons are sung by mezzo soprano (Sahoko Sato TImpone from the Metropolitan Opera) and a choir and by additional improvisers (Dan Blacksberg, Nick Millevoi, Michael Winograd, Rebecca Cherry) with a classical orchestra.

Phill Niblock Projects in the works for 2020/21 | 10 CDs and LPs, or more, of Music, some Video

1   6 or 7 CDs  – The Exploratory Project, now looks like it will be 7 CDs with 18 versions of the scored piece –  Exploratory, on the Matière Mémoire of Belgium label. The label wants to put each CD out separately, at first, like one every month or two, then make the box set, starting perhaps in January 2021

2   2 CDs – a 2 CD set of the 5 new music pieces commissioned by Mathieu Copeland, through the Hermes Foundation of Japan, to be published by Matière Mémoire, and to result in an Exhibition in the Hermes Gallery in Tokyo, of just these music pieces, with no visuals; the music: Poom, with Stephen O’Malley; Herbal Cooled, with Deborah Walker, ExplMaranha, with David Maranha; Expl, with a Japanese Choir; Noizze, with Kasper Toeplitz, bass; Franck Vigroux, guitar; Helene Brischand, harp,  as I R E

3   1 CD – a 2 CD set, with one of the CDs a scored piece – Baobab, played in Dortmund Germany by the Dorf ensemble of 35 musicians, in September 2019, with the second CD, pieces by Jan Klare, co-published by XI Records and Umland records

4   1 CD – a new piece – Nudaf, 65 minutes, with Dafne Vicent Sandoval, bassoon, to be published in Israel by Amnon Wolman on the AKOH Media label (not yet out)

5   1 CD – Music for Organ, two pieces with Hampus Lindwall, organ, on the Matière Mémoire of Belgium label, on LP as well

An LP from BullMiletic of Oslo Norway, with two pieces by PN named Zoom Blue Dot 5 and 6, out soon

Lawrence English, of Room40 in Australia, is re-issuing two CDs of mine: – Ghosts and Others and Guitar Too, For Four
G2,44 was originally issued by Jim O’Rourke, on the Moikai Label
G2, 44 CD is now issued (July 2020) and can be ordered from:
and now he may re-issue the Extreme label DVD, of my films from Peru, Mexico, Hong Kong and Hungary with my music, published many years ago, and recently out of print

There is the project on the label Touch, with two films – China88 and Japan89, and four hours of music by me, to be published on a USB stick, but the production has been delayed but it will be out

Browner, a new piece, for the 20 artist project for Matière Mémoire, the Belgian label, which will result in 20 LPs with a new piece from each artist on one side, and an artwork (visual) from them, on the other; this piece made with materials from four artists – Arne Deforce, cello; Deborah Walker, cello; Erik Drescher, flute; Dafne Vicent Sandoval, bassoon, recorded in Marcus Schmickler’s studio in Koln, with a Brauner microphone

A video on Vimeo  – HookerNiblock, IN SOLIDARITY, with the recent uprisings of Black Lives Matter, a collaborative video by Phill Niblock and William Hooker – “Hooker-Niblock” (2015-19; 17:49; HD)
William Hooker, music, Phill Niblock, video
To view:
This piece was presented at Screen Compositions 15 (March 18th 2019), Curated by Katherine Liberovskaya, at Experimental Intermedia NYC March 2019 Concert Series, and it was recently revised

I put a piece on – Vlada BC, with Elisabeth Smalt, viola d’amore, premiered in November 2013, a month after my 80th birthday, I like it very much, and I was only 80

And another project, a video with my music, which you can look at/listen to, here:
Muna Tseng, dance; Phill Niblock, music and video, 1992

A new music piece by Phill Niblock, Poom (June 2020, 28 min), with e-bowed guitar tones by Stephen O’Malley, recorded at the Trace Elements Studio, NY, by Robert Poss, constructed and mixed at Experimental Intermedia in NY, by Phill Niblock

Contour Editions online project: ce.onl_0033; Artist: Katherine Liberovskaya with music by Phill Niblock; Title: Threshold of Predictability; Format: Online Screening; Date: 2020; Contour Editions is pleased to publish the video work Threshold of Predictability: A Trilogy by NYC based media artist Katherine Liberovskaya with music by the legendary composer and filmmaker Phill Niblock. Liberovskaya’s publication consists of three moving image pieces ranging between 30’ to 60’ where a single event unfolds its outcome slowly with transparency towards an inevitable conclusion. Each distinct piece features a different unmistakable drone music composition by Phill Niblock. The three pieces form a trilogy that spans approximately 138’ of audiovisual immersion. For listening and detailed information about Threshold of Predictability visit the publication page within catalog. To learn more about Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock please visit their profiles here: artists

A new LP and CD with Giovanni De Dona, of, with “Sound Collage” pieces, not music, – Crick (et); Bells & Timps, Bells Syros and Zound Delta

A double LP edition, from in Milan IT, a re-issue of the XI CD – Four Full Flutes, PK,with Petr Kotik; SLS, with Susan Stenger, PK and SLS, a mix of those two pieces, and the full length of this piece, a premier; and Winterbloom Too,with Eberhard Blum; all on flute

Soon to be re-issued, the DVD of Six Films, newly retransferred from the 16mm films, in HD resolution, with newly mastered sound – The Magic Sun (the Sun Ra Arkestra); Annie; Max (Neuhaus); Raoul; Dog Track; Morning; on the Die Schachtel label, by, in Milan IT; it was transferred at Postworks/Technicolor in NY and color balanced by Laura Stayton with Adam Hogan

I am playing at Roulette in NY, in my yearly December 21, Winter Solstice concert, six hours of music never before played at Roulette, most of them New York premiers, and many World premiers; there are another 3 to 6 hours of pieces, not played at Roulette, which would not fit in the program; the concert will be recorded and available after December 21 –


A Listing of Exploratory projects, as of 2020:
I have a new, scored piece for ensemble – the full name is
“Exploratory, Rhine Version, Looking for Daniel”, 22 minutes
These are different versions of the score, played by the groups or solo artists mentioned

ExplPhoenixBasel, by the Ensemble Phoenix of Basel CH, the commissioners
ExplArdittiSQ, the Arditti String Quartet, recorded and played in Krakow, Sept 2019
ExplLisbon, self played ensemble by David Maranha
ExplWatson, David Watson, half scottish bagpipes, half e-bowed guitar
ExplTiltBrass, 2 flugelhorns, 4 trombones, 1 tuba
ExplFirstHarmonica, David First, bass harmonica, harmonica
ExplAddacSynth, Andre Goncalves, modular synthesizers
ExplAccordion, Ben Richter, accordions
ExplChangLambViola, Johnny Chang and Catherine Lamb, violas
ExplNellyBoydEns, mixed ensemble, 44 minute version,
ExplStringMachine – a new microtonal vibrating string machine made by
Peter Wiessenthaner of Frankfurt
ExplKonusSaxQuartet – with Christian Kobi of Bern
ExplRailtonCello – with Lucy Railton, of England, living in Berlin, with a group of 6 cellos
ExplVoxHumana, with the Vox Humana Choral Group of Tokyo, now recorded, Dec 2020

New ones:
ExplneoNEnsOslo, mixed ensemble, neoN Ensemble of Oslo, hasn’t been recorded yet
ExplOrganHampus, Hampus Lindwall of Brussels, church organ, not yet recorded
ExplMotors, using variable pitch/sounds of electric motors, by Jens Brand
ExplApartmentHouse, proposed by Anton Lukoszevieze

That’s 18 versions, or more, 6 or 7 CDs, to be published by the label – Matière Mémoire, from Belgium, hopefully to be out in 2021

This piece was commissioned and played in June, 2019, by the Ensemble Phoenix of Basel, and recorded, in a 32 minute version

Roulette, NYC, 21st December 2020

On December 21,2020, a 6 hour concert by Phill Niblock at, in NY, links:




The Forty-Seventh Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, The Fifty-Second Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Fifty-Second Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least, The (Virtual) Fortieth Annual Festival  with no fancy name, Part One (or A)      Phill Niblock, curator

December 2020
This edition of our concert series is entirely virtual. Concerts will be streamed live from our website at 9pm sharp NYC time on the dates listed:

Right after each concert we invite performers and audience to join “The EI Virtual Kitchen Hang”, our Zoom meeting room, to interact between each other and with us.

The EI Virtual Kitchen Hang Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 212 076 5064
Passcode: 869302

Earl Howard    (New York)
Sunday 6

Bob Bellerue   (New York)
|Monday  7

Julien Ottavi and Jenny Pickett (UK, Fr)
Wednesday 9  

Austin Larkin  (Connecticut)
Friday 11

Gill Arno    (New York)
Monday 14
Website (not updated since 1916) –

Ka Baird              (New York)
Tuesday 15

Matthias Kaiser, Hans Tammen, Shoko Nagai  (Cologne, NY, NY)
Wednesday 16 

Mike Bullock  (Massachusetts)
Thursday 17   

Our programs are supported by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the  Phaedrus Foundation, the Fridman Gallery, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew  Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; this project is also made  possible with funds from the NYSCA Electronic Media/Film in  Partnership with Wave Farm: Media Arts Assistance Fund, with the  support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature

224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013   212 431 5127, 431 6430 and

The video-audio recordings of the concerts will be posted on our website the morning after each concert and will remain there until our next series in March 2021