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33 33 and no.w.here present: Paul Clipson with Shinya Sugimoto & Jeremy Young
Total Fiction (2017)

Paul Clipson, Jeremy Young, Shinya Sugimoto

The Old Church, Stoke Newington, London N16 9ES. Thursday 23rd March 2017. Doors 7:30 for an 8pm start. To book please click this link.
Doors 7:30pm for an 8pm start. To book please click this link.

Taking its name from Shinya Sugimoto & Jeremy Young's forthcoming LP featuring cellist Julia Kent, Total Fiction is live score performance to a 16mm film reel projection by Paul Clipson that will change night by night in reaction to the properties of each space. Like all of Clipson's film collage works, this will be frenetic, it will span movements both in stark black and white and bright analog color, and the score will be disbursed in a series of chapters. Improvisation, for Sugimoto and Young, is like fiction, and they'll work to bring out auditory characters, narratives, themes and transitional arcs from the celluloid, while at times challenging the pictures to provide new meaning in new sonic contexts from space to space. Shinya Sugimoto performs on piano and Max MSP triggered processing, while Young will be utilizing his analog electronics such as reel-to-reel tape loops, oscillators, AM radio and contact mic'd objects and surfaces to build textural and tonal colour palettes throughout the evening.

Support from: R Elizabeth

R Elizabeth is the side project of London based artist Rachael Finney. Although connected to her studio practice R Elizabeth sees the artist exploring her interest in magnetic tape and voice from a different point of entry. Working somewhere between experimental electronics and pop music R Elizabeth often creates melodic hooks via a combination of tape collage and repetitive organ, layering low placed vocals that aim to present a continuous chorus.

This tour takes the trio, a brand new collaboration, through the UK, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Denmark in two weeks. Sugimoto and Young's record Total Fiction will be released on the Copenhagen-based label The Phinery.

Contact: Jeremy Young at comet.meteor(at)gmail.com for more information.

Jeremy Young 2017 Performances
10 mar - Munich, DE @ Frameworks Festival Sontag Shogun + den sorte skole

2017 Total Fiction tour

Paul Clipson with Shinya Sugimoto & Jeremy Young presents Total Fiction
23 mar - London, UK @ The Old Church (Stoke Newington) + These Feathers Have Plumes
24 mar - Manchester, UK @ Islington Mill + Nathaniel Robin Mann
25 mar - Bradford, UK @ FUSE Arts Space + Nathaniel Robin Mann
26 mar - Colchester, UK @ Colchester Arts Centre + Nathaniel Robin Mann
28 mar - Paris, FR @ La Generale
29 mar - Brussels, BE @ Les Ateliers Claus (Sonic Protest)
30 mar - Rotterdam, NL @ Vrooom at Pink Pank
31 mar - Amsterdam, NL @ CineSonic at Dokzaal
1 apr - Berlin, DE @ Kiezsalon
2 apr - Copenhagen, DK @ Koncertkirken + Western Skies Motel
3 apr - Aarhus, DK @ AUT at Non-Space + Western Skies Motel

Shinya Sugimoto & Jeremy Young duo
4 apr - Aalborg, DK @ 1000fryd + Western Skies Motel
6 apr - Monchengladbach, DE @ Projekt42 + Echo Ho
7 apr - Wuppertal, DE @ Fragments at Grolle Gallery + Nils Quak


Paul Clipson
Paul Clipson is a San Francisco-based filmmaker and experimental film artist whose work involves projected installation and live collaborative performances with sound artists and musicians. He is the Director of the Film Department at SFMoMA. His largely improvised, in-camera-edited films bring to light subconscious preoccupations and unexpected visual forms. His works have been exhibited and performed both nationally and internationally at such festivals as the New York Film Festival, Edinburgh Film Festival, and the Rotterdam International Film Festival. He has collaborated with many audio artists including Grouper, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Barn Owl, Felicia Atkinson, Tarentel, Gregg Kowalsky, Lau Nau and many others.

Trailer for Hypnosis Display, with music by Liz Harris.
Excerpt from Speaking Corpse, with music by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma

Jeremy Young
Jeremy Young is an artist and entrepreneurial strategist working predominantly within the flexible borders of sound media. His creative work includes compositions for recording and live performance, reel-to-reel tape collage, sound-poetry and audio-visual scoring. His main interests as a performer lie in the analog treatment of surface-based audio (piezo mic'd objects and surfaces, manipulating tape and tone via texture and voltage), as he is not concerned with what one hears but how it is heard and through what lens. He has performed and released material throughout Europe, Asia, the US, UK and Canada. In 2014, he was awarded a Media Artists' Assistance Grant by Wave Farm (NYSCA) to create 125 unique artist edition double-sided loop pieces towards developing sustainable audience engagement with the sonic arts, housing all the loops online in a freely streamable living archive and commissioning over 120 sound artists to create new work using each singular piece. Visit the project here to view the list of participating artists. http://www.chantsbeneath.net/swim

Young's main sonic project is a collaborative trio with Ian Temple and Jesse Perlstein called Sontag Shogun that makes use of analog sound treatments and nostalgic solo piano compositions in harmony to depict abstract places in our memory. However, Young recently released his debut duo album with cellist/multi-instrumentalist Aaron Martin entitled, A Pulse Passes from Hand to Hand on Chihei Hatakeyama's label White Paddy Mountain. He also performs in a trio with pianist Shinya Sugimoto and 16mm projectionist Joel Schlemowitz as well in a post-Celtic folk duo with Daniel Merrill called Foxout!. Young has shared the stage with notable artists such as Hauschka, Julia Kent, Aki Onda, Matana Roberts, Jason Lescalleet, Aaron Martin, Dead Rat Orchestra, Barn Owl, Sam Shalabi, Alexander Turnquist, Tom Carter, Noveller, Ben Vida & Koen Holtkamp among many others.

*Young has been invited to Geneva by the Musee d'Ethnographie to co-curate and conduct a residency series in 2016 exploring the collection of ethnomusicological recordings in the Museum's Phonotheque archive.

Stream Jeremy Young & Aaron Martin's duo record A Pulse Passes from Hand to Hand.

Shinya Sugimoto
Shinya Sugimoto is a composer, pianist and improviser based in Osaka, Japan. He alchemizes samples and improvisational piano phrases into a slow moving polyphonic texture, creating beautifully catastrophic soundscapes. Although largely based on contemporary classical music, his style crosses over immensely broad fields such as Hip Hop and Free jazz. He started his performing career in Brooklyn, New York in 2009. Since then he has been featured worldwide in concerts, art exhibitions, films, and numerous recording projects both as a solo artist and a collaborator. Making his debut solo live performance at ISSUE Project Room, he has shared the stage with improvisors such as Jeremy Young (Sontag Shogun), Andy Couzens, Jerry Gordon, Yangjah Shin, Trever Hagen, Kou Yamamoto (Nous), Alexandre Maubert, Ally Mobbs, sleepland, Keiko Uenishi (o.blaat), Jeremy D. Slater and Kenya Kawaguchi. In 2010 New York Fashion Week, Sugimoto collaborated with Asher Levine, composing music for his runway show. Sugimoto also composed film scores for several independent films with collaborators including multi-award-winning Thai filmmaker Anocha Suwichakornpong. He has released two solo albums and a few collaborative albums from his own label MONKHAUS.

Stream Shinya Sugimoto - Piano Solo, Film Music 2010-2013.


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