Day by day program / June, 2011

Centre Pompidou .

Friday, June 10 and Saturday, 11

Tales of the Bodiless

“How do remove yourself from your own body and leave it momentarily? How long can we remain outside of ourselves without losing ourselves forever?”

from Wednesday, 15 to Friday, June 17

MCM 2011

Mathematics and Computation in Music

The third international conference Mathematics and Computation in Music (MCM 2011), is a multi-disciplinary platform dedicated to the communication and exchange of ideas among people who use mathematics in the arts, computer music, music theory, composition, and musicology.

Thursday, June 16

Mathematics / Aesthetics / Arts

Alain Badiou

Eminent figure of contemporary thought, playwright, politically committed intellectual, controversial polemicist, Alain Badiou is one of the rare philosophers today that maintains an intense and constant relationship with mathematics, using the theory of ensembles inherited from Georg Cantor to build his own system of logic.

Thursday, June 16

Emmanuel Nunes

The oeuvre of Emmanuel Nunes is marked by a unique idea of time, of space, of listening, and by the desire to attain an organic composition.

Wednesday, June 8

Stockhausen I

In his work Klang, Karlheinz Stockhausen’s project was to write a work for each hour of the day, a manifest of sound, of interior listening, of the voice of consciousness.