LUDO MICH

Belgian artist Ludo Mich (1945) has walked and trespassed the line between life and art since the early 1960s. Ludo was trained an artist in his hometown Antwerp, where he was part of the vibrant and international art scene of the 1960s and 1970s…
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Irish filmmaker and musician Willie Stewart premiered his documentary film ‘Ludo Is Fantastic’ about Flemish artist Ludo Mich late in 2018. An audio CD with the soundtrack to this film was released simultaneously on Stewart’s own label Hypnagogic…
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sold outThe first in this new series of Moloko chapbooks contains two autoreportages by Yannis Livadas. ‘Standpoint in Paris’, which was written in 2012 and ‘Dab hand in the clearance’ written in Larache, Morocco, in 2009. Livadas’s prose poems are neither prose nor poetry nor a mix of the two. They are a left-right boxing combination of precision punches…

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Side A: Living room performance with Crank Sturgeon, May 2014, recorded by Crank Sturgeon.

Side B: Materialization Of The Intangible, excerpt of a performance at Poortgebouw Rotterdam with Djuna…
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My Tailor Is Rich is an underground film by Ludo Mich after a one-act play by Werner Verstraeten. The film – now on DVD – was originally shot on 16mm in 1971. ‘My tailor is rich, but my English is poor’ is the first phrase of ‘L’Anglais sans peine’, an English method for French-speaking people written by Alphonse Chérel in 1929. Chérel’s method of acquiring English inspired Eugène Ionesco’s to write his absurdist debut ‘La Contatrice Chauve’ (The Bald Soprano) in 1950…
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