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A website for Edições CN, a private press curated by Lieven Martens;
and for Lieven Martens (aka Dolphins Into The Future), composer and observer


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©2024 Edições CN

Edições CN


A website for Edições CN, a private press curated by Lieven Martens;
and for Lieven Martens (aka Dolphins Into The Future), a composer and observer


Dolphins into the Future: 
upcoming tour with Spencer Clark!


May 23: El Pumarejo, Barcelona, Spain
May 24: Açefala, A Coruña, Spain
May 25: Flux, Vigo, Spain
May 26: Hotelier, Porto, Portugal
May 27: Coimbra, Portugal
May 29: SMUP, Parede, Portugal
May 30: Sala Lisa, Lisboa, Portugal
May 31: Les Eiders, Paris, France
June 1: Niansa, Ljubjana, Slovenia
June 2: Magma, Ravenna / Cervia, Italy
June 3: Epyc, Palermo, Italy
June 4: Caned Icoda, Milano, Italy
June 5: Teatro Delle Bellezze, Roma, Italy
June 6: Spazio Modu, Perugia, Italy
June 7: Punctum, Prague, Czech Republic
June 8: Vienna, Austria
June 9: Equipage, Sofia, Bulgaria
June 11: Telakka, Tampere, Finland
June 12: Himera, Turku, Finland
June 13: Larrys Corner, Stockholm, Sweden
June 14: Skjulet, Goteburg, Sweden
June 15: Terraform, Samsø island, Denmark
June 18: Atelier 210, Brussels, Belgium
June 19: Ateliers Jouret, Roubaix, France
June 20: Het Open Ijnde, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Flyer by Spencer Clark


New editions


ECN43 Dolphins into the Future “In Hirokazu-San’s Office, Driead Tea Leaves Are Waiting To Speak (Soundscape)” CD (May 2024)
ECN42 Lieven Martens “In Hirokazu-San’s Office, Driead Tea Leaves Are Waiting To Speak (Anecdotes)” CD (May 2024) 

We are inside the office of Hirokazu-San, the director of Ujikoen. Ujikoen is a historical tea company based in Kizugawa near Kyoto.

There’s four of us
Kojima Hirokazu : director of the tea company
Kazuki Tomita : a translator hired for our project
Floris Vanhoof : multimedia artist
Lieven Martens : sound recordist

In this office Hirokazu-San tastes and slurps tea every day. Carefully he boils the water, selects the leaves, tastes the harvest, sip. Rounding up to about 300.000 sips - or more? - during his years studying for, and being a, teamaster.