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Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Fondements Bruitistes
Format: Double CD + Book
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $31.00
"Fondements Bruitistes dAction (Bruitist Foundations of Action), originally released in October 1984, opens the period in Vivenzas work on bruitist sound when he started to incorporate the question of the relationship between the technological and mechanical industrial fabric, on the one hand -- which makes up the reality of the modern world -- and the human and social environment on the other. This is the first-ever release of the entire 1984 Fondements Bruitistes session. Includes Luigi Russolos 1913 Futurist manifesto The Art of Noises as a 108-page book with pictures and texts in English, French, and Japanese." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Fondements Bruitistes 1 (Red Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $24.00
“Part one of two LP versions on red vinyl. Limited numbered edition of 200. Fondements Bruitistes dAction (Bruitist Foundations of Action), originally released in October 1984, opens the period in Vivenzas work on bruitist sound when he started to incorporate the question of the relationship between the technological and mechanical industrial fabric, on the one hand -- which makes up the reality of the modern world -- and the human and social environment on the other. This is the first-ever release of the entire 1984 Fondements Bruitistes session.” - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Fondements Bruitistes 2 (Red Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $24.00
"Part two of two LP versions on red vinyl. Limited numbered edition of 200. Fondements Bruitistes dAction (Bruitist Foundations of Action), originally released in October 1984, opens the period in Vivenzas work on bruitist sound when he started to incorporate the question of the relationship between the technological and mechanical industrial fabric, on the one hand -- which makes up the reality of the modern world -- and the human and social environment on the other. This is the first-ever release of the entire 1984 Fondements Bruitistes session." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Modes Reels Collectifs
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $23.00
Limited numbered edition of 575. "Modes réels collectifs is the first work published in 1981 under the Vivenza banner, following Jean-Marc Vivenzas time with the bands Glace (1976) and Mécanique Populaire (1979). It represents a genuine manifesto that would become emblematic of all Vivenzas subsequent work. By suggesting, from philosophical and sonic points of view, an idea of opening to the reality directly inspired from Futurist theories, Vivenza was presenting what he had brought from his relationship with machines and sounds of factories, to evoke the brutal concrete of the heavy industry world. This album shows this concern about participating in the energy of the future, with the reciprocal mediation linked to the productive activity of the world. As Vivenza puts it, "By working and through the strengths of work, in the sonorous magma of the industrial society, at the heart of the forges and weirs, of the rolling mills and power stations, reactors and artificial intelligence, nature reveals its dynamic characteristic. The power of machines, and of industry in general, are the truth of the world." Thus, industry and technique are what we could call the principle of any reality, because, like the Futurists said, "The machine is indeed the richest symbol of the mysterious human creator strength" (Enrico Prampolini, Ivo Pannaggi, and Vinicio Paladini, Manifesto of Mechanical Art, 1923)." - Rotorelief.
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Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Modes Reels Collectifs
Format: CD
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $16.00
"Modes réels collectifs is the first work published in 1981 under the Vivenza banner, following Jean-Marc Vivenzas time with the bands Glace (1976) and Mécanique Populaire (1979). It represents a genuine manifesto that would become emblematic of all Vivenzas subsequent work. By suggesting, from philosophical and sonic points of view, an idea of opening to the reality directly inspired from Futurist theories, Vivenza was presenting what he had brought from his relationship with machines and sounds of factories, to evoke the brutal concrete of the heavy industry world. This album shows this concern about participating in the energy of the future, with the reciprocal mediation linked to the productive activity of the world. As Vivenza puts it, "By working and through the strengths of work, in the sonorous magma of the industrial society, at the heart of the forges and weirs, of the rolling mills and power stations, reactors and artificial intelligence, nature reveals its dynamic characteristic. The power of machines, and of industry in general, are the truth of the world." Thus, industry and technique are what we could call the principle of any reality, because, like the Futurists said, "The machine is indeed the richest symbol of the mysterious human creator strength" (Enrico Prampolini, Ivo Pannaggi, and Vinicio Paladini, Manifesto of Mechanical Art, 1923). CD in six-panel digipak." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Réalités Servomécaniques (Red Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $22.00
“Red LP version. Originally released in 1985. First reissued by Rotorelief in 2009. Features reworked visuals. Vivenza presents sounds -- noises -- in their rawest and most genuine aspect; sounds are machines and machines are sounds. Thus Vivenza captures the essence of factories with a strong sense of austerity and radicalism, evoking the thick smoke and intense darkness of industrial landscapes. Réalités servomécaniques directly refers to the triumph but also decline of heavy industries in the 80s. The cogwheels, forges, and machines smash us in the face in a radically powerfully vivid way, plunging us into the midst of the machines -- and into the machines themselves -- with a surprising and striking strength. Since his first works in the mid-70s, Jean-Marc Vivenza has theoretically and politically linked himself with the Italian Futurists and Russian Constructivists, and qualifies his music as "bruitist futurist" rather than "industrial." He enacts the re-appropriation of noise as a formal plastic aid. He explores the field of perspectives that the plastic-acoustic material offers and works on a concept that he calls "the objective materiality of noise," basing his work on the Futurist thesis of Luigi Russolo proclaimed in his 1913 manifesto The Art of Noises. He is then the first, between 1976 (with the band Glace) and 1979, to build a bridge between the thesis of Luigi Russolo and our time. The originality of Vivenza lies in his use of sonorous industrial material in the literal sense of the word (machines, workers in action, factories). Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1984. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas, 2009. Graphic Design by Peter Mendelsund, 2009. Photography from Vivenzas personal archives.” - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Realite De LAutomation Directe
Format: CD
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $16.00
Originally released in 1983. "Bruitism is the representation of a living, biological body, not unrelated but on the contrary intimate to the substance. The nature/technique gap is totally, in The Art of Noises, the most accomplished form of a reconciliation with industrial mechanization. By highlighting the autonomy of the dialectical movement in its inaugural tension, bruitism reestablishes this relationship with the pure objectivity of the substance, which is the cornerstone of the program of futurism and remains more than ever valid for the future of all futures. The sonorous world, the noises of life, are not just a simple residual environment but the material of a new art, The Art of Noises! Luigi Russolo declares: In a few years the engines of our industrial cities can all be skilfully sounded so as to make from each factory an exhilarating orchestra of noises. The futurist objective is a will for a back to original forces, it finds in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world" --extract from Lart des bruits futuristes (The Art of Futurist Noises), Vivenza, 1982. Since his first works in the mid-70s, Jean-Marc Vivenza has theoretically and politically linked himself with the Italian Futurists and Russian Constructivists, and qualifies his music as "bruitist futurist" rather than "industrial." He enacts the re-appropriation of noise as a formal plastic aid. He explores the field of perspectives that the plastic-acoustic material offers and works on a concept that he calls "the objective materiality of noise," basing his work on the Futurist thesis of Luigi Russolo proclaimed in his 1913 manifesto The Art of Noises. He is then the first, between 1976 (with the band Glace) and 1979, to build a bridge between the thesis of Luigi Russolo and our time. The originality of Vivenza lies in his use of sonorous industrial material in the literal sense of the word (machines, workers in action, factories). Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1982. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas, 2011. Graphic design by Matthieu David, 2011. Photography from Vivenzas personal archives. CD in six-panel digipak." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Realite De LAutomation Directe (Red Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $24.00
"200-gram red LP version. Limited numbered edition of 200. Originally released in 1983. "Bruitism is the representation of a living, biological body, not unrelated but on the contrary intimate to the substance. The nature/technique gap is totally, in The Art of Noises, the most accomplished form of a reconciliation with industrial mechanization. By highlighting the autonomy of the dialectical movement in its inaugural tension, bruitism reestablishes this relationship with the pure objectivity of the substance, which is the cornerstone of the program of futurism and remains more than ever valid for the future of all futures. The sonorous world, the noises of life, are not just a simple residual environment but the material of a new art, The Art of Noises! Luigi Russolo declares: In a few years the engines of our industrial cities can all be skilfully sounded so as to make from each factory an exhilarating orchestra of noises. The futurist objective is a will for a back to original forces, it finds in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world" --extract from Lart des bruits futuristes (The Art of Futurist Noises), Vivenza, 1982. Since his first works in the mid-70s, Jean-Marc Vivenza has theoretically and politically linked himself with the Italian Futurists and Russian Constructivists, and qualifies his music as "bruitist futurist" rather than "industrial." He enacts the re-appropriation of noise as a formal plastic aid. He explores the field of perspectives that the plastic-acoustic material offers and works on a concept that he calls "the objective materiality of noise," basing his work on the Futurist thesis of Luigi Russolo proclaimed in his 1913 manifesto The Art of Noises. He is then the first, between 1976 (with the band Glace) and 1979, to build a bridge between the thesis of Luigi Russolo and our time. The originality of Vivenza lies in his use of sonorous industrial material in the literal sense of the word (machines, workers in action, factories). Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1982. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas, 2011. Graphic design by Matthieu David, 2011. Photography from Vivenzas personal archives." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Realites Servomecaniques
Format: CD/Book
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $23.00
"Originally released in 1985. CD with 32-page A5 book. First reissued by Rotorelief in 2009. Features reworked visuals. Vivenza presents sounds -- noises -- in their rawest and most genuine aspect; sounds are machines and machines are sounds. Thus Vivenza captures the essence of factories with a strong sense of austerity and radicalism, evoking the thick smoke and intense darkness of industrial landscapes. Réalités servomécaniques directly refers to the triumph but also decline of heavy industries in the 80s. The cogwheels, forges, and machines smash us in the face in a radically powerfully vivid way, plunging us into the midst of the machines -- and into the machines themselves -- with a surprising and striking strength. Since his first works in the mid-70s, Jean-Marc Vivenza has theoretically and politically linked himself with the Italian Futurists and Russian Constructivists, and qualifies his music as "bruitist futurist" rather than "industrial." He enacts the re-appropriation of noise as a formal plastic aid. He explores the field of perspectives that the plastic-acoustic material offers and works on a concept that he calls "the objective materiality of noise," basing his work on the Futurist thesis of Luigi Russolo proclaimed in his 1913 manifesto The Art of Noises. He is then the first, between 1976 (with the band Glace) and 1979, to build a bridge between the thesis of Luigi Russolo and our time. The originality of Vivenza lies in his use of sonorous industrial material in the literal sense of the word (machines, workers in action, factories). Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1984. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas, 2009. Graphic Design by Peter Mendelsund, 2009. Photography from Vivenzas personal archives." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Veriti Plastici
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $22.00
Black LP version in deluxe heavy-duty sleeve. Limited numbered edition of 333. "Veriti Plastici, the third part of the first works of Vivenza, was recorded and completed in 1983 and represents a fundamental step in the definitive formalization of the bruitist perspective. Made of objective industrial atmospheres, this recording is the bridge between the pure experimental approach and the rigorous structuring of the works that would follow (including Fondements Bruitistes in 1984 (ROTOR 033CD/AB-LP/ABRED/DC-LP/DCRED) and Réalités Servomécaniques in 1985 (ROTOR 014CD/RED-LP)). The release of Veriti Plastici was accompanied by a text, Le Programme Futuriste De Retour A La Realite Materielle, which describes Vivenzas theory of bruitism as follows: "The futurist objective, which is a will to a return to the original forces, will thus find in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world. Bruitism is a radical attempt of the carrying out of the futurist project in its will of participative communion to the dialective future sensed in the mechanical power of industry. The attentive examination of bruitism on each machine generating a noise-sound, reveals an organic vision of the industrial and urban network: the large and fabulous breathing of a sleeping town is so strange, wonderful, fascinating. . . . a breathing only interrupted now and then by the whistle of a train; a breathing which is the result of all different industries (electric power stations, gas factories, train stations, printings, etc.) continuing their activities in the quiet nightlife [Luigi Russolo, The Art of Noises, 1913]. The transfigurative wave of the dialectic movement of the Vortex, the point of the highest energy [Ezra Pound, Blast, 1914], expresses the vertiginous transparency of the abyss; only the knowledge-contact through the exercise of the decentering of the subject can offer the possibility of a uniting participation to this abysmal reality." Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1983. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas. Layout by Matthieu David, from pictures, logo, and text from Vivenzas personal archives." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Veriti Plastici
Format: CD
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $16.00
"Veriti Plastici, the third part of the first works of Vivenza, was recorded and completed in 1983 and represents a fundamental step in the definitive formalization of the bruitist perspective. Made of objective industrial atmospheres, this recording is the bridge between the pure experimental approach and the rigorous structuring of the works that would follow (including Fondements Bruitistes in 1984 (ROTOR 033CD/AB-LP/ABRED/DC-LP/DCRED) and Réalités Servomécaniques in 1985 (ROTOR 014CD/RED-LP)). The release of Veriti Plastici was accompanied by a text, Le Programme Futuriste De Retour A La Realite Materielle, which describes Vivenzas theory of bruitism as follows: "The futurist objective, which is a will to a return to the original forces, will thus find in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world. Bruitism is a radical attempt of the carrying out of the futurist project in its will of participative communion to the dialective future sensed in the mechanical power of industry. The attentive examination of bruitism on each machine generating a noise-sound, reveals an organic vision of the industrial and urban network: the large and fabulous breathing of a sleeping town is so strange, wonderful, fascinating. . . . a breathing only interrupted now and then by the whistle of a train; a breathing which is the result of all different industries (electric power stations, gas factories, train stations, printings, etc.) continuing their activities in the quiet nightlife [Luigi Russolo, The Art of Noises, 1913]. The transfigurative wave of the dialectic movement of the Vortex, the point of the highest energy [Ezra Pound, Blast, 1914], expresses the vertiginous transparency of the abyss; only the knowledge-contact through the exercise of the decentering of the subject can offer the possibility of a uniting participation to this abysmal reality." Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1983. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas. Layout by Matthieu David, from pictures, logo, and text from Vivenzas personal archives. CD in six-panel digipak." - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Veriti Plastici (Red Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $24.00
“Red LP version in deluxe heavy-duty sleeve. Limited numbered edition of 333. Veriti Plastici, the third part of the first works of Vivenza, was recorded and completed in 1983 and represents a fundamental step in the definitive formalization of the bruitist perspective. Made of objective industrial atmospheres, this recording is the bridge between the pure experimental approach and the rigorous structuring of the works that would follow (including Fondements Bruitistes in 1984 (ROTOR 033CD/AB-LP/ABRED/DC-LP/DCRED) and Réalités Servomécaniques in 1985 (ROTOR 014CD/RED-LP)). The release of Veriti Plastici was accompanied by a text, Le Programme Futuriste De Retour A La Realite Materielle, which describes Vivenzas theory of bruitism as follows: "The futurist objective, which is “a will to a return to the original forces”, will thus find in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world. Bruitism is a radical attempt of the carrying out of the futurist project in its will of participative communion to the dialective future sensed in the mechanical power of industry. The attentive examination of bruitism on each machine generating a noise-sound, reveals an organic vision of the industrial and urban network: “the large and fabulous breathing of a sleeping town is so strange, wonderful, fascinating. . . . a breathing only interrupted now and then by the whistle of a train; a breathing which is the result of all different industries (electric power stations, gas factories, train stations, printings, etc.) continuing their activities in the quiet nightlife” [Luigi Russolo, The Art of Noises, 1913]. The transfigurative wave of the dialectic movement of the Vortex, “the point of the highest energy” [Ezra Pound, Blast, 1914], expresses the vertiginous transparency of the abyss; only the knowledge-contact through the exercise of the decentering of the subject can offer the possibility of a uniting participation to this abysmal reality." Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1983. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas. Layout by Matthieu David, from pictures, logo, and text from Vivenzas personal archives.” - Rotorelief.

Artist: VIVENZA
Title: Veriti Plastici (White Vinyl)
Format: LP
Label: Rotorelief
Country: France
Price: $24.00
“White LP version in deluxe heavy-duty sleeve. Limited numbered edition of 333. Veriti Plastici, the third part of the first works of Vivenza, was recorded and completed in 1983 and represents a fundamental step in the definitive formalization of the bruitist perspective. Made of objective industrial atmospheres, this recording is the bridge between the pure experimental approach and the rigorous structuring of the works that would follow (including Fondements Bruitistes in 1984 (ROTOR 033CD/AB-LP/ABRED/DC-LP/DCRED) and Réalités Servomécaniques in 1985 (ROTOR 014CD/RED-LP)). The release of Veriti Plastici was accompanied by a text, Le Programme Futuriste De Retour A La Realite Materielle, which describes Vivenzas theory of bruitism as follows: "The futurist objective, which is “a will to a return to the original forces”, will thus find in bruitism the most intense form of a participation to the universal energy of the being of the world. Bruitism is a radical attempt of the carrying out of the futurist project in its will of participative communion to the dialective future sensed in the mechanical power of industry. The attentive examination of bruitism on each machine generating a noise-sound, reveals an organic vision of the industrial and urban network: “the large and fabulous breathing of a sleeping town is so strange, wonderful, fascinating. . . . a breathing only interrupted now and then by the whistle of a train; a breathing which is the result of all different industries (electric power stations, gas factories, train stations, printings, etc.) continuing their activities in the quiet nightlife” [Luigi Russolo, The Art of Noises, 1913]. The transfigurative wave of the dialectic movement of the Vortex, “the point of the highest energy” [Ezra Pound, Blast, 1914], expresses the vertiginous transparency of the abyss; only the knowledge-contact through the exercise of the decentering of the subject can offer the possibility of a uniting participation to this abysmal reality." Noises and machines recorded and mixed by Vivenza in Grenoble, France, 1983. Mastered by Hervé de Keroullas. Layout by Matthieu David, from pictures, logo, and text from Vivenzas personal archives.” - Rotorelief.

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