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The Tiger’s Mind Re-iterated 

Featuring
Beatrice Gibson, Will Holder, Alex Waterman,
Jesse Ash, Céline Condorelli and John Tilbury

with the addition of
Matthieu Saladin, Annie Vigier & Franck Apertet
(les gens d’Uterpan), Dominique Mathieu, Vier5
et Pierre Bal Blanc,

Guest starring Marcello Maloberti

Adapted from Cornelius Cardew’s musical score
The Tiger’s Mind
First published in The Musical Times, June 1967


version française




Press release ; french version

works presented continuously



SUCCESSIVE CONTRIBUTIONS FROM 23 MARCH TO 27 APRIL 2013

23 MARCH 2013 2-5 pm
OPENING RECEPTION AT CAC BRÉTIGNY 


2.30-3.30 pm
PERFORMANCE-EDITION
Will Holder et Alex Waterman
Yes But Is It Edible? a scored biography of American composer Robert Ashley for two or more voices edited by Holder and Waterman forthcoming from New Documents, Vancouver. www.new-documents.org





Yes But Is It Edible? Robert Ashley, 1999 performance
read by Amy (Will Holder)




Celestial Excursions (excerpts), Robert Ashley, 2003
read by Tree (Alex Waterman) and Amy (Will Holder)




4 APRIL 2013 8-10 pm

8 pm
PERFORMANCE
John Tilbury
The Mind And The Tiger
Performance with a piano, and a sculpture by
Céline Condorelli




9 pm 
LAUNCH
Céline Condorelli
Eastside Porjects Manual Draft
Eastside Projects is an artist-run space, a public gallery for the city of Birmingham and the world. It is organised by a founding collective comprising Simon and Tom Bloor, Céline Condorelli, Ruth Claxton, James Langdon and Gavin Wade, who runs the space. Eastside Projects seeks to question the role and function of art within the urban environment by inviting and presenting experimental contemporary art practices, and fully participating in and supporting the cultural activity of the city both inside and out.






16 APRIL 2013 8-10 pm
ONLINE
PRESENTATION
Matthieu Saladin
Like a Cloud Hanging in the Sky?
Production CAC Brétigny, 2013, as part of uncoupdedés.net, the online project magazine of centres d’art marking 30 years of decentralisation.

8 pm
PERFORMANCE-INSTALLATION
Jesse Ash

Avidance—Avoidance (A Project of Transparency), 2011-2013
Avoidance—Avoidance is a project produced in multiple parts and exhibited at different venues at each stage; including Index—Swedish Centre for Contemporary Art Stockholm, CAC Bretigny Paris, Mendes Wood Sao Paolo and Monitor Gallery Rome. The project uses the development of a script where two characters reminisce upon their failed relationship as a conduit to refer to ideas of material, personal, conceptual and political forms of transparency.




8 to 10PM
CONTINUOUS FILM SCREENING in Théâtre Brétigny adjacent
to the exhibition space.
Beatrice Gibson

Agatha, 2012, Beatrice Gibson
16mm transfert to HD, 14 min.

A Necessary Music,
2008, Beatrice Gibson
(HD Video, 30 min.)

The Future’s Getting Old Like The Rest Of Us,
2010, Beatrice Gibson
45 min.






21 APRIL 2013 2 TO 4PM

2 PM
LAUNCH
In the presence of the artist
Matthieu Saladin

G-20 Song (2012)(warning: the website only works with Mozilla Firefox)
continuous sound piece / internet website and software. Online: September 2012. Production CAC Brétigny, 2012




3 PM
PUBLICATION AND INAUGURAL PERFOMANCE
Annie Vigier et Franck Apertet,(les gens d’Uterpan)

Imposteurs
Editors: Annie Vigier, Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan) with Pierre Bal-Blanc
Design : VIER5
Managing editor : Karin Mihatsch
Edition CAC Brétigny, 2013




27 APRIL 2013 2 TO 4PM

BOOK LAUNCH
Pierre Bal-Blanc
Reversibility, co-production CAC Brétigny, Mousse Publishing and Peephole Milan, Italie 2013

Reversibility : A Theater of De-Creation Mousse Publishing



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