By .dpi on Friday, April 17, 2015 - 17:45
Journal Launch: .dpi 31 Music and Politics
Friday, May 1st, 2015, 6 to 9pm
Studio XX (4001 berri, space 201)
The team behind .dpi online feminist journal of art and digital culture is excited to launch issue 31, Music and Politics, in collaboration with ETC MEDIA’s launch of their issue 104. The launch will feature a performance by artist Emilie Mouchous, Femme-antenne -- a small-scale, temporary and poetic radio environment that reclaims the airwaves and explores the complexities between power, landscape and bodies.
Do We Have a Counterculture?
Editorial by Esther Bourdages, Editor-in-chief
What did you hear?
Interview with Michael A. Roberson and Robert Sember, collective members of Ultra Red by Deanna Radford
Au nom d’un mutisme perçant
Article by Arman Koushyar
The Delian Mode : en mode femmes et BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Article by Julie Alary Lavallée
Indigenous Feminist Resistance Through Music
Interview with Odaya by Megan Mericle
Matana Roberts’ River Run Thee
Article by Joseph Sannicandro
Songs of Mourning, Songs of Life: Behind the Scenes with Odaya
Video by Marites Carino
The Silent | Listen Project (Excerpt)
Sound Composition piece by Ultra Red
Letter Beacon (Excerpt)
Electroacoustic piece by Olivia Block
Performance by Emilie Mouchous
Based in Montreal and published online, .dpi offers a unique, bilingual space for dialogue and interdisciplinary critical reflection, research, experimentation and documentation. .dpi is a space where voices situated at the intersection of art, technology and feminism can be heard. The journal is a platform where the bold, critical, engaged and curious contributor may question issues related to feminism (in all its forms), art and digital culture.
Contact: Ximena Holuigue, .dpi General Coordinator
programmation at studioxx.org | 514 845 7934