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The Conference of Birds Part I

10 September 2015

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators


I N T R O 

(Featuring David Attenborough excerpts from ‘The Life Of Birds’) 

‘Each kind of bird listens to its own particular section of the sound spectrum. His mate like many will be impressed by the originality and complexity of his song. He may sing this song over 500,000 times in a season. 

By late springs, migrants have arrived from Southern europe and Africa and are adding their voice to the chorus. He’s like a Jazz singer, continually improvising and different males develop different singing styles.’ 

S T I L L N E S S: 

Damrih Banawitayakit, Oboe 

Worapong Pimsen, Flute

Supreeti Ansvananda, French Horn 

Oranich Thongsuwan, Piano 

Anant Narkkong, Thai Fiddle (Saw Uu)  

Jean-David Caillouët, Composition, Soundscapes, Visuals and Live Electronics

Authenticity ? 

Dieter Mack, speaker  

“Authenticity denotes a critical quality of perception contents that presupposes the opposition of illusion and reality as a possibility of deception and forgery. (…) The separation of the authentic from the supposedly real or the fake may be seen as a specific human form of world- and self-knowledge. ” (…) 

“Authentic art can only exist, if the truth about that wrong reality is able to resist that situation with the expression of “untransfigured suffering” (…). The inhumanity of art must go beyond the inhumanity of the world, in favour of humanity itself.” (Adorno, Theodor W.: Philosophie der Neuen Musik, Frankfurt 1972 (1949), page 126) Visual Mapping: W.etc…  

ธัชวงศ์ ศิริสวัสดิ์, Camera 

Prateep Nara Jattanakul, Sound Recording 

Jean-David Caillouët, Editing, Mixing and Mastering 

Recorded live at PGVIM, Bangkok. 10.9.15 

This event was curated by Jean-David Caillouet, Anothai Nitibhon and Dieter Mack.

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