Le Placard: questions of research and transmission

Freely improvised and non-academic electroacoustic music {as}[by] urban folk[s] ~ part 6

from: Emergence at the frontiers and in fringes & trenches of contemporary music

Apart from their intrinsic artistic interest, the many editions of Le Placard (especially in the period ranging from 1998 to, roughly, 2013), gathering together a variegated international group of artists, took on the rôle of a kind of informal and self-organised colloquium at an European or…

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is Harold Schellinx, a writer, artist, scientist living & working in Paris, Amsterdam & elsewhere (harsmedia.com).

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