! CANCELED !
It is with great regret that we have to conclude that with the rising infection rate and the more restricted covid-19 measures the continuation of ARTICULATE (part 1) at the Academy and ARTICULATE (part 2) at the Conservatoire cannot take place.
by Marco Fusi
with students of research module ASLab
The Animated Score Laboratory (ASLab) performs excerpts fr Cornelius Cardew (1936–1981) most iconic visual score, ‘Treatise’ (1963/67), the largest-scale piece of graphic notation ever written. Cardew created ‘Treatise’ as a combination of graphic elements that could be read symbolically—as language, a code, or notation. However, Cardew published ‘Treatise’ with no performance instructions, thereby allowing it to be read as graphic art as well. ‘Treatise’ has inspired questions on the philosophy and aesthetics of notation, and even to the nature of composition and of performance itself.
The original graphic notation is presented in the animated version created by Marco Fusi, who will also introduce the future activities of ASLab, towards an investigation of the use of animated scores in music performance and education.
(Image: Cornelius Cardew – Treatise – Edition Peters)
>> This event is part of the program of ARTICULATE | BAUHAUS 1 0 1.