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2001 - 2003(Edit)

pizMO - live improv electronic noise trio - (Jérôme Joy, Julien Ottavi, Yannick Dauby) :(Edit)

Médiatheque, Nice, 2001
Logoscope, Monaco, 2001
Porte d'Italie, Toulon, 2003
SFMOMA, San Francisco, 2003

WWW archives : : : : : : : : : archives 2003

Le projet du trio pizMO (Yannick Dauby, Jérôme Joy, Julien Ottavi) entre 2001 et 2003 a été de développer des moments musicaux événementiels quasi-improvisés et programmés à partir de dispositifs audio-numériques, électroniques et informatiques. Le concert est pour eux une sorte de "campement" temporaire (free laptop party ou open audio streaming), une interface momentanée de leurs activités en continu sur les réseaux et sur les médias qu'ils explorent (radio, édition, p2p, streamings, etc.). Lors de ces événements, ils s'associent à des collectifs vidéo temps réel. PizMO, acronyme de Projet Intermittent de Zone Musicale Objective, gravite autour d'un maillage constitué d'autres projets comme Formanex, Kalerne.net, collectivejukebox.org, radiolabo, picNIC, PacJap, Apo33, Nomusic.org, Tiramizu, etc.

The pizMO collective project develops factual & event musical moments quasi-improvized and programmed starting from digital audio, electronic and data-processing devices. The concert is for them a kind of temporary "camping" (free laptop party or open audio streaming) - acapamentos -, a temporary interface of their non-stop activities on the networks and the medias they explore (radio, edition, p2p, streamings, etc). During these events, they join friendly real time video collectives. PizMO, acronym of Intermittent Project of Objective Musical Zone, involves other projects like Formanex, Kalerne.net, collectivejukebox.org, radiolabo, picNIC, PacJap, Apo33, Nomusic.org, Tiramizu, etc.

a trio project : : : : : : : : : Yannick Dauby, Jérôme Joy, Julien Ottavi.

We create experiences and ambiances with audio architecture.
We are an anonymous collective of artists and musicians experimenting w/ audio & radio.
We reactualize a drifting theory thru post-radio, sound-systems and computers.
We explore portable, mobile, temporary & immersive audio spaces and campings.
We favour loading forms, immaterial works and time-based objects.
We experiment micro-forms & replicas & duplicatas & palimpsests.
We develop social tactics & share a creative, experimental, workspace.
We open up a lo- & hi- tech critical audio-lounge and a musical floodnet.
We push DIY to DBO (done by other) and finally DWO (done with others) actions.
We are not vaporware, software, hardware but listening groupware.
We become only operators of the downfall of the centralized systems.
We say networks = free co-op production-diffusion-distribution-critical spaces.
We extend the virtual homestudio to virtually everyone.
We provide temporary on-air audio & handy interfaces for spare-time social occupation.
We want to extend the idea of soundscape to webscape (soundwalks to webwalks).
We want to change the way you listen to the world and to your immediate environment.
We expand telematic situations and sonic revolutions.
We work on sampled & non-stop streams & audio TAZ.
We will be able to remain anonymous.
We plug our fingers out of your ears.
We use nanosounds and macrosounds.
We are involved in digital ecology.
We want a direct economy.
We ignore music industry.
We simply do research.
We are audio datasquares and we open radiophonic picnics.
Wear headphones and switch on your radio.
(pizMO, sept. 2001)

CDs : : : : : : : : : : '

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go to info CDs

../files/articles/pizmo/2001jj.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/2001jj2.jpg (Jérôme Joy)

../files/articles/pizmo/2001jo.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/2001jo2.jpg (Julien Ottavi)

../files/articles/pizmo/2001yd.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/2001ydchjo.jpg (Yannick Dauby)

Docs : : : : : : : : : : '

../files/articles/pizmo/affiche-pizmob.jpg (Affiche pizMO, 2001) ../files/articles/pizmo/presse_pizmo_1b.jpg (Libération, 2003)
../files/articles/pizmo/presse_pizmo_2b.jpg (Revue Chronicart, 2003)

../files/articles/pizmo/92010006.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010007.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010008.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010009.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010013.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010016.jpg../files/articles/pizmo/92010021.jpg (concert pizMO, 2003)

../files/articles/pizmo/pizmo_1b.jpg (concert pizMO, 2001)

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