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Lecture + Concert, Mattin, “Social Dissonance”

3 November @ 19:30 - 22:00

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On the third of November, the artist, musician and philosopher Mattin will give a lecture and concert in Tilburg. He will present his recent book Social Dissonance (2022) published by Urbanomic. The concert will be a continuation of a series that he performed at documenta14 in Athens and Kassel. Speaker: Mattin Title: Social Dissonance Date: November 3, 19:30-22:00 Location: Gasthuisring 19G, Tilburg Registration required: p.t.vangemert@tilburguniversity.edu Respondents: Thomas Decreus Sonia de Jager Inge van de Ven Topic: We are not what we think we…
On the third of November, the artist, musician and philosopher Mattin will give a lecture and concert in Tilburg. He will present his recent book Social Dissonance (2022) published by Urbanomic. The concert will be a continuation of a series that he performed at documenta14 in Athens and Kassel. Speaker: Mattin Title: Social Dissonance Date: November 3, 19:30-22:00 Location: Gasthuisring 19G, Tilburg Registration required: p.t.vangemert@tilburguniversity.edu Respondents: Thomas Decreus Sonia de Jager Inge van de Ven  Topic: We are not what we think we are. Our self-image as natural individuated subjects is determined behind our backs—historically by political forces, cognitively by the language we use, and neurologically by sub-personal mechanisms, as revealed by scientific and philosophical analyses. Under contemporary capitalism, as the gap between self-image and reality becomes an ever greater source of social and mental distress, these theoretical insights are potential dynamite. Shifting his explorations from the sonic to the social, amplifying alienation and playing with psychic noise, artist and performer Mattin finally lights the fuse. In what is a handbook for practical transformation as much as a theoretical treatise, Mattin sets out the thinking behind his score Social Dissonance, in which the audience is the instrument. The noise is here to stay. Alienation is a constitutive part of subjectivity and an enabling condition for exploring social dissonance—the territory upon which we already find ourselves, the condition we inhabit today. Bio Mattin is an artist, musician and theorist working conceptually with noise and improvisation. Through his practice and writing he explores performative forms of estrangement as a way to deal with structural alienation. Mattin has exhibited and toured worldwide. He has performed at festivals such as Performa (NYC), No Fun (NYC), Club Transmediale (Berlin), Arika (Glasgow) and lectured and taught at institutions such as Dutch Art Institute, Cal Arts, Bard College, Paris VIII, Princeton University and Goldsmiths College. In 2017 he completed a PhD at the University of the Basque Country under the supervision of the philosopher Ray Brassier. Along with Anthony Iles he edited the book Noise & Capitalism (Kritika/Arteleku 2009). In 2012 CAC Brétigny and Tuamaturgia published Unconsitituted Praxis, a book collecting his writing plus interviews and reviews from performances. Anthony Iles and Mattin are currently in the final stages of editing the volume What is To Be Done Under Real Subsumption? (Archive Books/Mute). Urbanomic has just published this year his book Social Dissonance. Mattin is part of the bands Billy Bao and Regler and has over 100 releases in different labels worldwide. He is currently co-hosting with Miguel Prado the podcast Social Discipline. Mattin took part in 2017 in documenta14 in Athens and Kassel.

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Date:
3 November
Time:
19:30 - 22:00

On the third of November, the artist, musician and philosopher Mattin will give a lecture and concert in Tilburg. He will present his recent book Social Dissonance (2022) published by Urbanomic. The concert will be a continuation of a series that he performed at documenta14 in Athens and Kassel.

Speaker: Mattin
Title: Social Dissonance
Date: November 3, 19:30-22:00
Location: Gasthuisring 19G, Tilburg
Registration required: p.t.vangemert@tilburguniversity.edu

Respondents:
Thomas Decreus
Sonia de Jager
Inge van de Ven 

Topic:
We are not what we think we are. Our self-image as natural individuated subjects is determined behind our backs—historically by political forces, cognitively by the language we use, and neurologically by sub-personal mechanisms, as revealed by scientific and philosophical analyses. Under contemporary capitalism, as the gap between self-image and reality becomes an ever greater source of social and mental distress, these theoretical insights are potential dynamite. Shifting his explorations from the sonic to the social, amplifying alienation and playing with psychic noise, artist and performer Mattin finally lights the fuse. In what is a handbook for practical transformation as much as a theoretical treatise, Mattin sets out the thinking behind his score Social Dissonance, in which the audience is the instrument. The noise is here to stay. Alienation is a constitutive part of subjectivity and an enabling condition for exploring social dissonance—the territory upon which we already find ourselves, the condition we inhabit today.

Bio
Mattin is an artist, musician and theorist working conceptually with noise and improvisation. Through his practice and writing he explores performative forms of estrangement as a way to deal with structural alienation. Mattin has exhibited and toured worldwide. He has performed at festivals such as Performa (NYC), No Fun (NYC), Club Transmediale (Berlin), Arika (Glasgow) and lectured and taught at institutions such as Dutch Art Institute, Cal Arts, Bard College, Paris VIII, Princeton University and Goldsmiths College. In 2017 he completed a PhD at the University of the Basque Country under the supervision of the philosopher Ray Brassier. Along with Anthony Iles he edited the book Noise & Capitalism (Kritika/Arteleku 2009). In 2012 CAC Brétigny and Tuamaturgia published Unconsitituted Praxis, a book collecting his writing plus interviews and reviews from performances. Anthony Iles and Mattin are currently in the final stages of editing the volume What is To Be Done Under Real Subsumption? (Archive Books/Mute). Urbanomic has just published this year his book Social Dissonance. Mattin is part of the bands Billy Bao and Regler and has over 100 releases in different labels worldwide. He is currently co-hosting with Miguel Prado the podcast Social Discipline. Mattin took part in 2017 in documenta14 in Athens and Kassel.

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