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Memorias #14 w/ carlo domenico valyum & nagababa

23 February 2018

the 14th instalment of memorias coincides with undogmatisch‘s third release: cronovisione Italiana by carlo domenico valyum, a time-space journey into the TV media since its inception. for this special occasion, the two conductors and curators of this astounding audio-visual project, interdisciplinary artists mirco magnani and valentina bardazzi will take over the controls for what is sure to be a haunting experience.

this release comes in the form of a beautiful boxset, including a VHS tape, CD and a double LP and explores themes of futurism, telecommunications and the occult.

“born in the end of the 19th century, carlo domenico valyum, a researcher and inventor allegedly received electromagnetic waves in the form of TV signals from the future. fast forward to berlin 2014: a briefcase containing this intercepted material, recorded on to VHS in the 1970s is casually discovered. mirco magnani and valentina bardazzi are the conductors and curators of this audiovisual research, a space-time journey through the TV media since its invention.”

Playlist

fasenuova - naves desiertas
jonas reinhardt - of amunmose
dalhous - function curve
tomorrow the rain will fall upwards - wreck his days
kara-lis coverdale - x 4ewi
fred und luna - AV (June 23, 1938 - July 16, 2016)
pauline anna strom - mushroom trip
simplists - antenne de stalingrad
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - estrazioni del lotto
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - oretredici
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - almanacco
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - fantagerundio
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - carosello
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - oggi al parlamento
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - bumper 77
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - eurovision
carlo domenico valium - cronovisione italiana - check up
jürgen müller - garden of nephthys

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