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2024

Rare DJ gig at the opening party of the Ben Patterson exhibition/event. Evening included reinterpretations of Patterson scores. I spun Fluxus (and Fluxus-adjacent) music from 7-10pm, June 15. At the Casa del Popolo, part of the Suoni Festival.


Auditorium (Chaos, Quiet, Fail), CD (6-panel digipak + 12-page booklet) published by The Dim Coast (#22).


Pianic Room presented as part of “Piano, Alone in a Room”, curated by Sam Anthem. A live-streamed series of coded and realtime player piano activations on Saturday March 23, 2024 at 1pm (CST). Presented by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Department of Art + Technology/Sound Practices and Experimental Sound Studio (ESS) in Chicago. Programme here and link to free livestream event here.
Marla Hlady and I contributed a piece titled “Onsen 2017″ to a compilation 7” flexi disc that accompanies the latest issue of Neural, issue #74. Available only for subscribers to Neural. Artists that appear on the flexi are (in order of appearance): Yiorgis Sakellariou, Lílian Campesato, Fabio Perletta, Philippe Petit, Roel Meelkop, Jacob Kirkegaard, Francisco López, Marc Behrens, Marcin Pietruszewski, David Lee Myers, CLOCK DVA, Kat Austen, Alva Noto, Jana Winderen, Gintas K, Scanner, David Haines & Joyce Hinterding, Ivan Iusco, Jos Smolders, Atom™, Matilde Meireles, Staalplaat Soundsystem, Simon Whetham, Marla Hlady & Christof Migone, Sonoscopia, Robertina Šebjanič, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Miguel A. García, @c, Janek Schaefer. Each artist contributed a 9 seconds long work. This project is the result of a joint effort with Neural to celebrate its thirty years and the twenty years of Crónica.

Interview about the magic of sounds, part of the Fifteen Question series, text including links to sounds and videos here.

Water (Deshkan Ziibi) is a 12-hour event, part of an annual series, that will take place on December 12, from 12 noon to 12 midnight. The curatorial team for this year’s edition is Christof Migone, Sheri Osden Nault, and Ruth Skinner. It is currently in the planning stages.

Feature review (in Dutch) of Wet Water (Let’s Dance) 2xCD, published by Futura Resistenza, by Pieter van Bogaert, in 3rd issue of Glean.

Contributor to the 21 Tracks For The 21st Century series run by the Belgian magazine Glean.

A Sound That Never Was, part of Other Arrangements: Poetics of the Performance Score exhibition and events curated by Troy Gronsdahl at the rRemai mModern in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, March 1, 2024 – September 22, 2024. “A Sound That Never Was” was curated by The Dim Coast. This multi-artist piece was inspired by Vivian Darroch-Lozowski’s book Voice of Hearing. My contribution Vivian Variations is mixed in with audio works by the other invited artists: Félicia Atkinson, Matthew Cardinal, Raven Chacon, crys cole, Isabella Forciniti, David Grubbs, Timothy Herzog, Sasha J. Langford, Mani Mazinani, Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt, respectfulchild, Anju Singh, Aho Ssan, Mark Templeton.

Presentation of two works, Amateur Professional/Professional Amateur (2008) and Éternuité (Forever Sneeze) (2008) as part of the 4th edition of Le Vivarium. This issue titled “Création sonore et performativité”, was edited by Alexandre St-Onge.

One Thousand Thousand, another year, another hundred (final installment).

2023

Are (Sommes Sonnes) is a 12-hour event that follows on the heels of 2020’s You-, 2021’s -And-, and 2022’s -I. It is the fourth in a series of twelve annual events taking place on December 12 from 12 noon to 12 midnight. Each year the event moves through each word of the 12-word phrase You And I Are Water Earth Fire Air Of Life And Death and activates the word of the year in myriad ways. CURATED BY Myriam Lambert , Christof Migone, and Alexandre St-Onge. FEATURING Georges Azzaria, Ronnie Clarke , Alice De Visscher, Adriana Disman , Nadège Grebmeier Forget , Amélie Laurence Fortin, Caroline Gagné, Maud Joiret, Liina Kuittinen, Myriam Lambert, Diane Landry, Tanya Mars, Agnès Pe, Olga Prokhorova, David B. Ricard, Jocelyn Robert, Kelly Ruth, Evamaria Schaller, Alexandre St-Onge, and Milo Thesiger-Meacham. PRESENTED BY Avatar IN COLLABORATION WITH Antitube , Crónica , Fado, NAISA, RAD’ART, Resonance Extra, Rhizome, Spira , Université Laval. TUNE IN TO Arraymusic, NAISA, Radio Bloc Oral, Radius, Resonance Extra, Wave Farm, and YouTube. Archive of the YouTube Livestream here.

Presentation of two new works plus two older but revised works for hour 11 of Are (Sommes Sonnes): Oreiller (Pillow Talk) (2023)
 Part 1; Studies in the convergence between ears and pillows; Participants: Marguerite Arbour, Lé Boucher Trudel, and Stéphanie Letarte; text: Lisa Robertson. Pillow Talk (Oreiller) (2023) 
Part 2; How do ears rest? What do the ears of minerals, microbes, viruses, vegetables, planets, stars, and surfaces look like? Can animal listening open us up onto new abstractions? participants: Marguerite Arbour, Lé Boucher Trudel, and Stéphanie Letarte; text: Lisa Robertson. Poker (2001)
; Two hands holding a variety of microphones scrape, scratch, pinch, and poke poker-faced faces; participants: Katie Bethune-Leamen, crys cole, Michel F. Côté, Anni Lawrence, André Éric Létourneau, Jonathan Parant, Leila Pourtavaf, Sam Shalabi, Marie-Douce St-Jacques, Alexandre St-Onge, and Roger Tellier-Craig; remixed and reedited in 2023.
 Éternuité (Forever Sneeze) (2008); 
The sneeze as an attempt to become eternal; participants: Sally Baydala, Erica Brisson, Eryn Foster, Stephanie Khoury, Angus Leech, Wm Leler, Demian Petryshyn, Naomi Potter, Don Pyle, Duncan Speakman, Barbara Sutherland, Pandora Syperek, and Janice Wu; remixed and reedited in 2023. The new works were commissioned by Avatar, and the hour as a whole is presented by them.

Of Americans (2021), screening at Deluge Contemporary Art, part of the Antimatter Festival, Victoria, British Columbia, Tuesday October 24, 8pm.

Performance with Alexandre St-Onge of Snow Storm, seize me by the horns, and l’étranglement at the Lausanne Underground Film & Music Festival (LUFF) in Switzerland on Saturday, October 21.


Launch of Wet Water (Let’s Dance), 2xCD in 6-panel digipak + 16-page booklet, published by Futura Resistenza. The event will feature a live performance of The Release (Into Motion). Also featuring Clara Levy. At Au Kalme, Boudewijnlaan 19, Brussels, Belgium, October 14, 2023, 8pm. Link to facebook event page here.


Performance of The Release (Into Motion) as part of Extratonal Infrastructure #8, also featuring Matthias Hurtl (MTHS), and the Postpeople. At Varia, Gouwstraat 3, Rotterdam, Netherlands, October 13, 2023, 8:30pm.

A track from my upcoming solo Wet Water (Let’s Dance), a 2xCD on Futura Resistenza, appears on The Wire Tapper 63, the CD that accompanies the latest issue of The Wire (November – Issue 477). Cover artwork by Lea Sblandano.

Squint Sonic, event at La Sotterenea, June 11, part of Suoni per il Popolo festival in Montréal. An evening featuring delectable visuals of matter, both organic and abstract, questionable performative gestures that instill and unsettle, and inventive kinetic sound devices that energize and mesmerize. Arranged in solo, duo, trio, and quartet configurations combining live and recorded material, the event will ebb and flow between organized and improvised. Featuring London, Ontario-based Ellen Moffat & Eeva Siivonen, Marla Hlady from Toronto, former Montreals: Christof Migone & Alexandre St-Onge, and local legend Anne-F Jacques. Celebrating the concurrent exhibition of Swan Song by Marla Hlady and Christof Migone at Produit Rien (June 3-17) and the launch of a slew of publications: Swan Song (Crónica ), undoundone by Alexandre St-Onge & Christof Migone (Ambiances Magnétiques), Seti Sati (Ma mère, musicienne, est morte) by Christof Migone (Merles), a rested development by Ellen Moffat & Eeva Siivonen (Squint Press), and My Body Doing Its Best Without Me, And Then You See The Mouth Open As If It Wanted To Say Something by Alexandre St-Onge & Christof Migone (Squint Press).

Exhibition of Swan Song with Marla Hlady at Produit Rien, part of the Suoni per il Popolo festival, Montréal, June 3-17.

Oreiller, workshop, May 5 at Avatar in Québec City. Originally scheduled to be part of the Agence Augmentée: RENCONTRES event, December 17-18, 2022, organized by Alexandre St-Onge. Re-scheduled due to covid.

Launch of undoundone, CD publication featuring recordings from 1997 to 2013 of my duo with Alexandre St-Onge, May 5 at Avatar in Québec City. Published by Ambiances Magnétiques (AM 274).

The Careless Curator Cantata, presentation, for the Curating Sonic Performance panel, curated by Allen S. Weiss. Other panelists: Lou Mallozzi, Tracie Morris, Fred Moten. Part of the 7th Annual Curating Symposium, New York University, Department of Performance Studies. April 28, 11:45am-1:00pm (in-person and on zoom).

Publication of undoundone, with Alexandre St-Onge. The cd publication features 9 tracks recorded between 1997 and 2013. Published by Ambiances Magnétiques (Montréal), the official worldwide release date is April 11, 2023.

Vivian Variations, audio works produced as one of the invited artists participating in A Sound That Never Was, curated by The Dim Coast. Project inspired by Vivian Darroch-Lozowski’s book Voice of Hearing. Other participating sound artists and musicians: Félicia Atkinson, Matthew Cardinal, Raven Chacon, crys cole, Isabella Forciniti, David Grubbs, Timothy Herzog, Sasha J. Langford, Mani Mazinani, Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt, respectfulchild, Anju Singh, Aho Ssan, Mark Templeton. With an original text by Daniela Cascella. Digital instrument by Alexandre Burton / artificiel, and digital and infrastructure support by Sporobole and 0/1 – Hub numerique Estrie. Launched here on February 16, 2023.

Publication of Swan Song, with Marla Hlady. The publication features 2xCD and a 16 page full colour booklet. Published by Crónica (Lisbon), the official worldwide release date is February 14, 2023.

Artist talk, part of the Sound Arts Lecture Series, convened by Mark Peter Wright and presented by Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP) and Sound Arts & Design Department, London College of Communication, University of Arts, London, England, February 2, 2023.


One Thousand Thousand, another year, another hundred.

2022

-I is a 12-hour event that follows on the heels of 2020’s You- and 2021’s -And-. It is the third in a series of twelve annual events taking place on December 12 from 12 noon to 12 midnight. Each year the event moves through each word of the 12-word phrase You And I Are Water Earth Fire Air Of Life And Death and activates the word of the year in myriad ways. FEATURING A Sound That Never Was (see earlier entry below for more details), Gabriela Areal, Cindy Baker, Kate Carr, Andrea-Jane Cornell, Emily DiCarlo, David Grubbs Gutiérrez Hadid, Sebastiane Hegarty, Ryo IkeshiroLaura Kikauka, Annette Krebs, Nick Kuepfer, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker, Joel Stern), Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau, Mani Mazinani, Matmos, Gordon Monahan, Michel Poblete Montoya, Midi Onodera, Tazeen Qayyum, Claire Savoie, Sam Shalabi, Debashis Sinha, and Maia Urstad. PRESENTED BY Arraymusic, Constellation, Fado, Liquid Architecture, Metaobjects, Oboro, Savac, Squint Press, The Dim Coast, Trinity Square Video, Tsonami, Wave Farm. HOSTED BY Anna Friz & Christof Migone.

 TUNE IN TO Arraymusic, NAISA, Radius, Resonance Extra, Wave Farm, and YouTube Live (archive of entire 12-hour stream here).
• Advance publication launch of Swan Song, with Marla Hlady. The publication features 2xCD and a 16 page full colour booklet. Published by Crónica (Lisbon, Portugal), the official worldwide release date is February 14, 2023. Artists will be in attendance. At Christie Contemporary, Toronto, on the last day of the Swan Song exhibition, Saturday November 19, 2-4pm.

Improv at the Tranzac in Toronto, with Allison Cameron and Marla Hlady, November 16, 7:30pm.

Exhibition review in FRIEZE of the Swan Song exhibition, “Marla Hlady and Christof Migone’s Whisky-Infused Resonances”, reviewed by Neil Price .

A reprise presentation of the 2020 exhibition that was thwarted by the pandemic in March 2020. Featuring Sampler and Swan Song, both created with Marla Hlady. Part of the works produced during a three-month artist residency at the Glenfiddich Distillery, summer 2019. At Christie Contemporary, Toronto, October 21 – November 19. Hours are 12-4pm Wed-Sat, or by appointment. In 2020, the exhibition was featured in the Toronto section of the ARTFORUM Critics’ Picks, reviewed by Daniella Sanader. Opening Friday October 21, 6-8pm.

“Neverything”, new short text piece commissioned by Daniela Cascella for her A YEAR OF CARTE BLANCHE AND OTHER CHIMERAS series for MAP MAGAZINE.

As a member of Set Fire to Flames, happy to announce the reissue of our long out-of-print first record, Sings Reign Rebuilder, on UK label 13071.


New website for the 12-year project You And I Are Water Earth Fire Air Of Life And Death. Stay tuned for the lineup for this year’s December 12th event.

Honoured to have been awarded the Graham Gale Wright Distinguished Scholar Award from Western University.

Successful nominator of Jocelyn Robert to the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts.

Presentation of the You And I Are Water Earth Fire Air Of Life And Death project as part the PRAXIS event organized by the Department of Performance Studies at NYU.

Radio Naked featured as prompt for the Radio Deprogramming Workshop led by Andy Stuhl presented by Wave Farm.

Invited artist to participate in A Sound That Never Was, curated by The Dim Coast. Project inspired by Vivian Darroch-Lozowski’s book Voice of Hearing. Other participating sound artists and musicians: Félicia Atkinson, Matthew Cardinal, Raven Chacon, crys cole, Isabella Forciniti, David Grubbs, Timothy Herzog, Sasha J. Langford, Mani Mazinani, Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt, respectfulchild, Anju Singh, Aho Ssan, Mark Templeton. With an original text by Daniela Cascella. Digital instrument by Alexandre Burton / artificiel, and digital and infrastructure support by Sporobole and 0/1 – Hub numerique Estrie. Launched Fall, 2022.

One Thousand Thousand, another year, another hundred.

2021

Presentation by squint press (Québec/Toronto) as part of the online 12-hour -And- event on December 12 of Different From The One You Are In Now, a collective piece dedicated to Alvin Lucier. With: Mary Walling Blackburn, Allison Cameron, Barbara Campbell, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Darren Copeland, Renato Grieco, Michaela Grill, Sarah Hennies, Marla Hlady, Seth Kim-Cohen, Francisco Meirino, Salomé Voegelin.

Presentation by Arraymusic as part of the online 12-hour -And- event on December 12 of Psycho Flicker by Renée Lear and The HyphenationOf Americans by Christof Migone. The Hyphenation (15:00) is part 1 of a 2-part set of videos which are based on Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans. The video takes the appearance of hyphens at the end of lines in Stein’s mammoth tome (3107 occurrences over the span of 925 pages) as main structural device. Part 2 is titled Of Americans (15:00); it takes the appearance of words a referencing colour in the book (294 occurrences in 925 pages) as main structural device. An earlier text-based work The Hyphenation of Americans kickstarted these videos.

Presentation by Errant Bodies Press (Berlin) as part of the online 12-hour -And- event on December 12 of four never before seen video documents of performative gestures by undo (Christof Migone & Alexandre St-Onge) centered on orality in its blunt physiology, contingent spatiality, tense viscosity, and emergent animality. Performed twenty years ago, digitized and edited in the summer of 2021: seize me by the horns (2000) 10:57, Disclosure (2001) 14:04, Vito Acconci’s undoing (2001) 11:00, l’étranglement (2000) 23:57.

-And- is a 12-hour online event that follows on the heels of last year’s You- and is the second in a series of twelve annual events taking place on December 12 from 12 noon to 12 midnight EST (9-9 PST, 11-11 CST, 17-05 GMT, 18-06 CET, 1-13 CST, 2-14 KST). Each year the event moves through each word of the 12-word phrase you and I are water earth fire air of life and death and activates the word of the year in myriad ways. FEATURING Po-Hao Chi (Taipei), Béchard Hudon (Montréal), Erika DeFreitas (Toronto) and Adrian Piper (Berlin), Different From The One You Are In Now (Mary Walling Blackburn, Allison Cameron, Barbara Campbell, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Darren Copeland, Renato Grieco, Michaela Grill, Sarah Hennies, Marla Hlady, Seth Kim-Cohen, Francisco Meirino, Salomé Voegelin), Anna Friz (Santa Cruz) and Jeff Kolar (Chicago), James Greer & Neil Luck (London UK), Byungjun Kwon (Seoul), Renée Lear (Toronto) , LoVid (New York), Ellen Moffat (London ON) and Eeva Siivonen (London ON), Merlin Nova (London UK), Milo Thesiger-Meacham (London UK), They are all of them themselves and they repeat it and I hear it (Anna Barham & Irene Revell) (London UK), undo (Christof Migone (Toronto) & Alexandre St-Onge (Québec)). PRESENTED BY ALT SPACE LOOP (Seoul), Array (Toronto), Avatar (Québec), CRiSAP (London UK), Errant Bodies Press (Berlin), Fado (Toronto), Radius (Chicago), Resonance Extra (London UK), squint press (Québec/Toronto), Wave Farm (New York), Western University (London ON), Zone Sound Creative (Taipei). TUNE IN TO: Array, Radius, Resonance Extra, Wave Farm, and YouTube Live (archive of entire 12-hour stream here).

Thirty years ago I curated (with Julia Loktev and Bryan Zuraw) a radio art event titled Radio Contortions that took place at CKUT-FM Radio McGill in Montréal during the annual NCRA (National Campus/Community Radio Association) conference. This past summer VHS video documentation of the four workshops and the panel was digitized and the folks at Wave Farm were kind enough to include them on their site. The image and sound quality could be better… but the gist is there.

The four workshops were: Writing with Sound by Douglas Kahn; How to Pronounce Prosthesis and Other Language Lessons by Gregory Whitehead; Mixing Cuts and Cutting Mixes: Sound Theory to Radio Art by Frances Dyson; and The Physique of the Soul by Dan Lander.

The panel includes Frances Dyson, Douglas Kahn, Dan Lander, Julia Loktev (moderator), Wayne Morris, Helen Thorington, and Gregory Whitehead.

Pleased to announce that Vtape is now distributing my video works. Thirteen videos spanning from 1995 to 2020 have been added to their roster over the summer. See the title list and links to each under their artist profile. Here are links to the project pages for each within my site: Amateur Professional/Professional Amateur (2008), Blockers (2004), Empty (Bucket) (1997), Éternuité (ForeverSneeze) (2008), Evasion, or how to perform a tongue escape in public (2000), Hit Maker (Porto) (2011), P (2005), Poker (2001), Side A Side B (Tokyo) (2020), Snow Storm (2002), Surround (360 Objects) (2006), The Release Into Motion (2000), The Tenor and the Vehicle (1996).

Soundfullessness, essay commissioned in 2017 by Oxford University Press for The Oxford Handbook of Sound Art, eds. Jane Grant, John Matthias and David Prior (2021).

Eleven of my audio publications can now be found on various streaming services (via cdbaby). These include Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Qobuz, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube Music, amongst others. The releases presently there are: Crackers (2001), Escape Songs (2004), Fingering (2012), Flipper (2013), Greatest Hits (2016), Hole in the Head (1996), Quieting (2000), Record Release (2021), Sound Voice Perform (2005), The Death of Analogies (1999), Un sperme qui meurt de froid en agitant faiblement sa petite queue dans les draps d’un gamin (2001), and Vex (1998). More to come.

Press Record, solo exhibition at Oboro in Montreal, February 13 – March 20.


Publication of Record Release, a 2xCD published by Ambiances Magnétiques. Featuring guests: Magali Babin, Marla Hlady, Faye Mullen, Jocelyn Robert, Mériol Lehmann. Mastering: Harris Newman. Design: Fabrizio Gilardino, Jennifer Martin.

One Thousand Thousand, another year, another hundred.

2020

You- is the inaugural event in a series of 12 that will take place every year on December from 12 noon to 12 midnight (2020 – 2031). FEATURING (in order of appearance): Xuan Ye, Tiffany Schofield, Erika DeFreitas, Christopher Dela Cruz, Marla Hlady, Eric Slyfied, Steve Bates, Jen Kutler, Sadie Woods, Agustina Woodgate, Jeff Kolar, Béchard Hudon, Vivian Darroch-Lozowski, jake moore, Daniela Cascella, Christof Migone, Ann West Merlin Nova, Erik Lintunen, Andrew Ford, Milo Thesiger-Meacham, Anastasia Freygang, Anna Friz, Amy Mihyang Ginther, Cynthia Ling Lee, Gabriel Saloman, Dana Gingras, Tot Onyx, Sonya Stefan. PRESENTED by squint.press, Resonance Extra, Wave Farm, Animals of Distinction, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ART GALLERIES, UTSC Dept. ACM, and the Glenfiddich Distillery. December 12, noon to midnight GMT (7-7 EST, 5-5 CST, 4-4 PST). Tune in to Resonance Extra, Wave Farm, and YouTube Live (link to the archive of the YouTube livestream here).

Publication of Vivian Darroch-Lozowoski’s Voice of Hearing by squint.press. I edited the 2020 edition (it was originally published in 1984) and contributed the introduction Viva Vivian. Launch event is part of YOU-, see above.

Artist talk for graduate students at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, as part of a class on radio art taught by Craig Dongoski, October 21.

Crackers featured as part of the group exhibition Audiosphere curated by Francisco López, at Museo Nacional Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain, October 14 – January 11, 2021.

Record Release 12-inch featured as part of the group exhibition Feedback #5: Global Warning! – Marshall McLuhan and the Arts (info in German only for now) curated by Baruch Gottlieb, at Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, October 6 – January 31, 2021.

Article by Chi Po Hao featuring my 2006 work Microhole published in the September 2020 issue of the Performing Arts Review from Taiwan.

squint.press profile by Nick Storring in the fall 2020 issue of Musicworks.

squint.press launch at Art Metropole, with new publications by Simon Brown & Alexandre St-Onge, Marla Hlady, Private Robots (Juliana Pivato and Seb Roberts), Alexandre St-Onge, and Xuan Ye. Live online launch with performances, all artists will be in attendance. Friday July 3, 8-9pm. .

The Swan Song exhibition was featured in the Toronto section of ARTFORUM Critics’ Picks, reviewed by Daniella Sanader.

Sampler and Swan Song, both created with Marla Hlady. Part of the works produced during a three-month artist residency at the Glenfiddich Distillery, summer 2019. First Canadian showing, Christie Contemporary, Toronto, March 20 – April 18 (run extended to July 11). Hours are 12-4pm Wed-Sat, or by appointment.

Launch of Different From The Place Time Mood Mindset You Are In Now, a 12-year long project running alongside the project immediately below, more info here.


Launch of You And I Are Water Earth Fire Air Of Life And Death, a 12-year long project, more info here.


A single one of the vinyl covers (number 2017 from the Record set of 12) from the Record Release Record series is included in the Psychedelic Oshawa exhibition curated by Gary Genosko, at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario.

Today Calls, audio version airing every day of 2020 on Resonance Extra at 13:00 GMT (8:00 AM EST). Project site Today Calls.Website. Texts by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer, Christof Migone, and Jordan Scott.

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