NEWSEXHIBITIONS AND CONCERTSLA PLAQUE TOURNANTECRU MAGAZINE
AVANT-GARDE MUSIC AND EXHIBITIONS
SONNENALLEE 99, BERLIN

Apr 4th - May 20th 2015 OU:UR:SOURCE
a unique exhibition of all original materials from 300 poets, artists and composers in 3 major multimedia magazines: Henri CHOPIN’s OU (1964-1974),
Maurice LEMAÎTRE’s UR (1950-1967) and Larry AUSTIN’s SOURCE (1967-1973)
OU
Richard Aaron, Les Aëlys, Yaacov Agam, Pierre Albert-Birot, Edmund Alleyn, Roberto Altmann, Alain Arias-Misson, Charles Amirkhanian, Noël Arnaud, L’Association, Bernard Aubertin, Anthony Balch, Serge Béguier, Jacques Bekaert, Antonio Berni, Jean Berthier, Gianni Bertini, Julien Blaine, Jean Boudet, Jan Burka, William Burroughs, Marcelle Cahn, Caniaris, Cozette de Charmoy, Pierre Clercq, Brigitte Chopin, Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Michel Corfou, Jacques Costine, Hugh Davies, Jean Degottex, François Dufrêne, Jean Dupuy, Dora Feilane, Luigi Ferro, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Guy Foreau, John Furnival, Ilse & Pierre Garnier, Jochen Gerz, Paul-Armand Gette, John Giorno, H. Gisiger, Jeff Golyscheff, I. Gomez de Liano, Bohumila Grözerova, James Guitet, Brion Gysin, Rochber Gybduf, Sten Hanson, Raoul Hausmann, Bernard Heidsieck, Josef Hirsal, Ake Hodell, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Alice Hutchins, Marcel Janco, Françoise Janicot, Aude Jessemin, Bengt Emil Johnson, Alain Jouffroy, Axel Knipschild, Jiri Kolar, Kosice, Rodolfo Krasno, Joseph Lacasse, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Lattanzi, Jean-Jacques Levêque, Annea Lockwood, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Henri Maccheroni, Marcel Marïen, Harvey Matusow, Hansjörg Mayer, Melo e Castro, Jean-Claude Moineau, Edwin Morgan, H.W. Müller, Paul Neuhuys, François Norguet, Ladislas Novak, Richard Orton, Gabriel Paris, Claude Pélieu, Luc Peire, Revue Phases, Jean-Loup Philippe, Tom Phillips, Bernard Rancillac, Man Ray, Carl Frederik Reuterswald, Arthur Rimbaud, Mimmo Rotella, Alain Roussel, Françoise Saint-Thibault, Michel Seuphor, John Sharkey, Laura Sheleen, J.A Da Silva, Jacques Spacagna, Adriano Spatola, Anatol Stern, Franciszka Themerson, Stefan Themerson, Ben Vautier, Jo Verbrugghen, Paul de Vree, Gil J Wolman, Nicholas Zurbrugg,
UR
Jac Adam, Roberto Altmann, Marcelle Bénard, Serge Berna, Edouard Berreur, Béatrice Bonnevey, Jean-Louis Brau, Viviane Brown, André Cadéré, Youn-Pann Deng, François Dufrêne, Peter Foldès, Joël Frémiot, Aline Gagnaire, Jacques Gaulme, Jacques Gelpe, Paul-Armand Gette, Jean-Pierre Gillard, Bernard Girard, Marc-Gilbert Guillaumin,  Micheline Hachette, Shoichi Hasegawa, Aude Jessemin, Shiochi Hasegawa,  Isidore Isou, Christiane Langlois, Alain de Latour, Maurice Lemaître, Albert-Jules Legros, Michèle Marzani,CP-Matricon, Francis Naves, Anton Perich, Gabriel Pomerand, François Poyet, Claude-Pierre Quémy, Didier Retout, Roberdhay, Roland Sabatier, Paule Salomé, Alain Satié, Frédéric Studeny, Michel Tapié, Paule Thorel, Alain Tremblay, Serge de Turville, Ben Vautier, Pierre Vrignaud, Rosie Vronsky, Gil J Wolman
SOURCE
Charles Amirkhanian, Eric Andersen, Robert Ashley, Larry Austin, Martin Bartlett, David Behrman, Mario Bertoncini, Joseph Beuys, Lars Gunnar Bodin, Svante Bodin, Anthony Braxton, George Brecht, Alan Brett, Eugen Brikcius, Jacques Brodier, Earle Brown, Gavin Bryars, Don Buchla, Boudewijn Buckinx, Harold Budd, Jim Burns, John Cage, Christo, Cornelius Cardew, Ivan Hume Carter, Michael Chant, Paul Chiara, Giuseppe Chiari, Barney Childs, Henri Chopin, Jani Christou, Bob Cobbing, Philip Corner, Lowell Cross, Alvin Curran, Hugh Davies, Albrecht Dietrich, John Dinwiddie, Peter Donath, Manford Eaton, Robert Erikso, Morton Feldman, Robert Filliou, Gentle Fire, Lukas Foss, Ken Friedman, Kyra Gale, Peter Garland, Gust Gils, Janos Gnazzo, Victor Grauer, Gyula Gulias, Joel Gutsche, Olaf Hanel, Sven Hansell, Sten Hanson, Gunnar Harding, Jon Hassell, Graham Hearn, Bernard Heidsieck, Dick Higgins, Christopher Hobbs, Ake Hodell, Stu Horn, Nelson Howe, Jerry Hunt, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Image Bank, David Jackman, Will Johnson, Bengt Emil Johnson, Ben Johnston, Stuart Jones, Zdzislaw Jurkiewicz, Allan Kaprow, Udo Kasemets, Per Kirkeby, Milan Knizak, Paul Klerr, Bengt af Klintberg, Edward Kobrin, Jaroslaw Kozlowski, Ferdinand Kriwet, Ilmar Laaban, Alcides Lanza, Douglas Leedy, Daniel Lentz, John Lifton, Annea Lockwood, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Alvin Lucier, Mary Lucier, Stanley Lunetta, Janos Major, Jan Olav Mallander, Tom Marioni, Stanley Marsh, Stuart Marshall, Richard Martin, Harvey Matusow, Ken Maue, Dora Maurer, Arne Mellnas, Maria Michalowska, Dary John Mizelle, Franz Mon, Robert Mora, Robin P. Mortimore, Gordon Mumma, R. Murray Schafer, Keith Muscutt, Musica Elettronica Viva, Max Neuhaus, New Music Ensemble, New Percusion Quartet, Ladislav Novak, Jocy de Oliveira, Pauline Oliveros, ONCE Group, Nam June Paik, Michael Parsons, Harry Partch, Jon Phetteplace, Douglas Simon, Portsmouth Sinfonia, David Reck, Steve Reich, Jack Reynolds, Roger Reynolds, John Paul Rhinehart, Chris Robbins, Barbara Rose, David Rosenboom, Frédéric Rzewski, Zorka Saglora, Nicolas Sloninsky, Scratch Orchestra, Gerald Shapiro, Howard Skempton, Sonic Arts Union, Barry Spinello, Andrew Stiller, Allen Strange, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Endre Tot, Bertran Turetsky, Jiri Valoch, Wolf Vostell, Freddy de Vree, Christian Wolff, Marilyn Wood, Arthur Woodburry



April 3rd 2015 opening OU:UR:SOURCE

7PM doors

8PM performances

PAULINE OLIVEROS + IONE (USA) 
"The Nubian Word For Flowers, a Phantom Opera"
discussion and performance of scene 1 by telepresence (Berlin première)

FRANCOIS POYET (FR)
Lettrist performance (World première)

10PM police

May 20th 2015, 7PM, free entry  

finissage of the exhibition with the launching of "CRU1" Magazine
(the physical and online Magazine of La Plaque Tournante)
+
performance of Max Neuhaus's "Listen" by Loré Lixenberg
+
screening of "Henri Chopin Reflects on OU" a video by Silva Gabriela Béju


---|
info@laplaquetournante.org---|