Sat 12

12 February 2022

    12 February 2022  12:00 am - 12:30 am

    THE CONCRETE ACID ECHO TAPES (DR RAYPOWER vs. His Majesties LüDD PUCA) by DR. RAYPOWER from LIVE AT THE BROADMARSH SHOPPING CENTRE CHRISTMAS '92, produced by LUDD PÚCA. The Concrete acid echo tapes resurface buried signals, emitted by spectres now cast out. The brutal dance echoes like sonic plattenbau. Undergirds the Real with a fluid solvent.
  • Tom Scott - Earthloops

    12 February 2022  12:30 am - 1:00 am

    This work is composed of analogue material recorded in the early 80’s reimagined with recent field recordings in 2021. The work maintains the presence of looped tape material and field recordings are processed via spectral filters until eventually only the spectural shifts are present. It explores the relationships between the movements of the environmental sounds and the materiality of the processed audio. 

    How do you listen? Position yourself in stillness.

  • Absolute Value of Noise and Anna Friz - Solar Radio

    12 February 2022  1:00 am - 5:00 am

    Absolute Value of Noise and Anna Friz are collaborating to produce a new outdoor sound installation for Wavefarm (located in Acra NY) in 2022. The piece centers around an automated radio station that is powered by the sun. It responds to its environment and the state of the sun by playing with simple AI sound synthesis algorithms - imitating the sounds of insects, birds, frogs, the wind moving through the trees, rain falling, magnetic phenomena and various waves. This radio piece mixes the synthetic sounds of the AI with radiophonic sounds and field recordings - featuring on-site recordings made on the land at Wavefarm. Anna Friz and Absolute Value of Noise (Peter Courtemanche) are Canadian sound and radio artists. Anna Friz creates self-reflexive radio for broadcast, installation and performance. Her compositions reflect upon public media culture, ecology and infrastructure (human and extra-human, acoustic, and electro-magnetic), time perception, and various fictions. Absolute Value of Noise creates radio and outdoor installations. He likes to work with "gadgetry" - custom turntables, lamp filaments, wire coils, high voltage ionizers, magnetic transceivers, and "little electronic brains" that observe and respond to local phenomena. His outdoor works are a comment on bio-diversity, extinction, and fragility.
  • Helena Celle's Thinning of The Veil

    12 February 2022  5:00 am - 6:00 am

    Helena Celle is a Glaswegian artist and audio engineer. She is concerned with the participatory representation of the imaginal through the organisation of sound, image and language, and currently produces an hour (or more) of original work for patrons every month. She plays guitar in the band Herbert Powell (Lost Map Records), and previously played bass guitar in the band Anxiety (La Vida Es Un Mus Records).
  • Daniel García and David Malatesta - Night Ballad for the Rio Grande

    12 February 2022  6:00 am - 7:00 am

    In a ghostly and nocturnal journey, the act of listening unfolds the stories of invisible lives and anonymous deaths. Night ballad for the Rio Grande is a radio piece based on field recordings and interviews with Latino migrants collected across the South of the US between 2010 and 2015. The piece is the result of the collaboration between a documentary filmmaker and a sound artist, in which music, voices, processed sounds from nature and radio excerpts are combined to produce the soundscape of a geographical and mythical space: the borderlands of the US and Mexico. 

    Dani García is a Spanish filmmaker. In 2010 he travelled for the first time to Texas to film Christmas in Icaria. He would return in 2016, to co-produce a photography publication. His latest projects have shifted towards sound: a podcast and a sound installation (What you humans call North).

    David Malatesta is a Spanish musician and composer who records as a solo artist, Malatesta, and as a member of the band Casa das Feras. As a sound artist he has made sound collages and fiction pieces for Radio ZZ and a podcast for the magazine Bcn Mes.
  • C. Lavender Circadian - Rhythm Radio (Morning)

    12 February 2022  7:00 am - 8:00 am

    Recalling a time when radio was used as an alarm clock in the morning and left on until late at night, C. Lavender's "Circadian Rhythm Radio" seeks to bring back radio as a part of the sleep/wake cycle. By utilizing pure audio frequencies known as "isochronic tones" which manipulate brain wave states through the method of "brainwave entrainment," this piece which slowly wakes the listener up in the morning as well as helping them relax and eventually fall asleep at night. Originally created during a Wave Farm residency 2016. C. Lavender is a multi-disciplinary sound artist, sound healing practitioner and educator. She has albums and recordings featured on the labels Editions Mego, Ecstatic Peace! and RVNG Intl. She has been artist-in-residence at Pioneer Works, Harvestworks, and Wave Farm. Lavender is the author of “Transcendent Waves: How Listening Shapes Our Creative Lives” (Anthology Editions, 2020), about how listening can be a powerful source of inspiration.
  • Shorts 6

    12 February 2022  8:00 am - 9:00 am

    1. Yati Durant - Quiet Cities 3: Edinburgh Leith/Water of Leith 4pm 07.05.2020 (3:55)
    2. Anne Marie Deacy -  Electronic Memory (4:48)
    3. Jeff Gburek - Angelina's Incantation (23:39)
    4. Marjorie Van Halteren - ENTROPY (Beckett was right) (5:54)
    5. Peter Basma Lord - Looking Out - Looking Over (2:54)
    6. Cinzia Nistico - One Dimension and a Half Episode 6 (1:49)
    7. Viv Corringham - Shadow-walks (at home)-with Geert Vermeire (15:19)

    1. Yati Durant - Quiet Cities 3: Edinburgh Leith/Water of Leith 4pm 07.05.2020 

    Quiet Cities are live improvised sound art visualised field recordings from Edinburgh Leith/Water of Leith, UK at 4pm on May 5th 2020. The field recordings have been electronically altered slightly and each of them are different. “I walked around during a lockdown afternoon in May 2020 with my stereo field microphone. The city sounded strange to me…so quiet and subdued. These are free improvisations on the impressions I had at the time…”

    Yati Durant is a US born composer of concert and film music, lecturer, trumpeter and conductor living in Edinburgh, UK. He has studied with Krzysztof Meyer and Hans Ulrich Humpert at the HochschulefürMusik Köln, as well as with George Crumb, Philip Lasser, NarcisBonet, Lee Konitz and conducting with Jonathan Brett. He is a multi-instrumentalist and active performer and producer of jazz and improvisatory music, contemporary acoustic and electronic music and music for film and media.  He holds a MeisterklasseKonzertexam from the HochschulefürMusik Köln. His compositions and film scores have received many prizes from International festivals, and he has received commissions and premieres from many well-known artists and ensembles from around the world.  His TV and Film credits include work for WDR, ARD, HBO, MTV, Disney and many others. He is a visiting Professor of Film Music Conducting at the Rovigo Conservatory of Music “Francesco Venezze” and teacher in film music for Thinkspace UK.He is the former Programme Director of MSc Composition for Screen at the University of Edinburgh (2010 – 2019) and General Director of the International Media Music and Sound Arts Network in Education (IMMSANE) since 2019.

    2. Anne Marie Deacy  - Electronic Memory

    A piece on found sounds and obsolete formats in three extracts. Firstly, the warming of a valve and we hear a 1950's Webster wire recorder playing a recording from a variety show in the fifties. Switched of then, on, a Philips 302 Dictaphone, on the micro tape an excerpt from an unknown man reading his dissertation. Who is it? Then rewind fast forward to the third, a blank Sony cassette tape found in a bin in a shop. On it I hear the lost voices of local people. The treasures in found sounds.

    Anne Marie Deacy is a sound artist and field recordist, based in Co.Galway, Ireland. Field recording is the foundation of her practice and using various devices she explores the heard and discreet sounds of the urban and rural landscape. She found a home for all her lost and found ideas in the medium of radio transmission and it is a platform from which she has been exploring themes around nostalgia, lost formats, sound as activism, community grieving and the inherent need we have to connect.

    3. Jeff Gburek - Angelina's Incantation

    Field recording of a woman singing and tapping an aksak rhythm in the Bulgarian village of Belovo in the summer of 2021. It mingles with the sound of doves and other local birds. Her language, believed by many to be a mixture of Romany language and Turkish, remains unconfirmed. It is strongly felt by all listeners thus far to be an invocation and prayer for blessings and for relief from severe drought. She was recorded on 3 different moments and different times of the day and night. This is the longest of the captures and it has not been edited or manipulated in any way.

    4. Marjorie Van Halteren – ENTROPY (Beckett was right)

    A short pieces from an album I have been creating called “From My Lips to Odd Ears.”  The concept behind these works is that they are nearly entirely created from my own voice as electronic impulses, including synthesised short melodies from spoken phrases, some brut playing (such as on harmonica) and all manner of effects. Other sounds are “found,” such as news broadcasts.

    Marjorie Van Halteren was born in Detroit, and lived for many years in New York City, where she was a poet, radio producer/director and commissioner of radio dramas and spoken word for WNYC Radio. She relocated to the North of France in the 1990’s, and has evolved into an electroacoustic composer and live improvisor. She sometimes broadcasts live from her Lille apartment on
    5. Peter Basma Lord - Looking Out Looking Over

    A companion piece to

    Pulled between places and pulled between people. A document of my mum's formative years living between Sierra Leone, Lebanon, and England. Of loss.Of longing.Of belonging. My knowledge and understanding of these places I've never visited are informed by the personal words and histories of my mum and the detached observations of Google maps and image searches.

    Working across a variety of mediums including video, audio, electronic interactive works, and found objects, Peter Basma-Lord creates immersive installations both physical and virtual. Their work examines the relationship between the self and the mass, the real and the fake, loss and longing. Having spent several years co-running the Hill52 radio station and putting on nights in Glasgow they now live in Berlin where they continue to put on nights though much more URL than IRL these days!

    6. Cinzia Nistico - One Dimension and a Half Episode 6

    For full listing see Shorts 1 Monday 7th February 8am

    7. Viv Corringham - Shadow-walks (at home)-with Geert Vermeire

    This piece represents my sung response to a narration sent to me by artist Geert Vermeire, who tells of a dream-like experience on a walk. This is a pandemic version of my long-term project Shadow-walks, in which local people take me on their special walks in a place. Then I repeat the route alone, listening for the memory of that walk and singing my response. In this new “at home” version my vocals respond to how I imagine the walk while listening to people’s verbal descriptions.

    Viv Corringham is a singer, composer and sound artist, active since the late 1970s. Her work includes concerts, sound-walks, radio pieces, workshops and installations, exploring people's sense of place and the link with personal history and memory. She holds an MA Sonic Art and a Deep Listening teaching certificate from Pauline Oliveros. Her work has been presented in twenty six countries. The Wire featured her work in an audio introduction here.
  • Virginia Hutchison - Stories of radical landownership in north Lewis - Chapter 6: DailbhoThuath / North Dell

    12 February 2022  9:00 am - 9:15 am

    Stories of radical land ownership in North Lewis is a project produced in collaboration with artist Virginia Hutchison, that brings together narratives surrounding the community land buyout of the Galson Estate in 2007. Developed in conversation with artists Stephen Hurrel and Fiona Rennie, the project weaves together local audio archives and interviews and brings them into contemporary conversations surrounding community land ownership. 

    Chapter 6 presents recitals of the Gaelic place-names that define North Dell, a gentle call and response between Gaelic and English - though not a direct translation - through the landscape, geography and history of the area. Underpinning the recital are Seismic Sounds, produced by Stephen Hurrel.

    Stories of radical landownership in North Lewis – full project info

    Produced in collaboration with artist Virginia Hutchison this project brings together narratives surrounding the community land buyout of the Galson Estate in 2007. Created during the COVID pandemic in 2020/2021 the project weaves together local audio archives and interviews and brings them into contemporary conversations surrounding community land ownership. With access and social distancing measures in mind the project has taken the form of a series of cast bronze artefacts temporarily sited in the landscape of North Lewis. Embedded with digital QR codes the artefacts link visitors directly to the audio works via mobile phone.

    Each of the six objects – a series of cast bronze artworks moulded from cut peat – contain conversations recorded with members of the local community. Two out of six of the artworks remain open as audio project spaces for future conversations.

    “If you didn’t know the names of these places you couldn’t talk about them..”

    Underpinning the interviews are recitals of the Gaelic place-names that define North Lewis. A gentle call and response between Gaelic and English - though not a direct translation - through the landscape, geography and history of the area.

    Looking out onto the Barvas moor visitors can be mistaken for thinking that it is an empty landscape. But listening closely to the Gaelic expressions used to describe the environment of North Lewis gives a sense of the intimate and complex relationship between people and place. A language embedded within local culture and knowledge and not always translatable.

    “Space doesn’t become a place until you interact with it. It doesn’t become a place until you name it…and it becomes a place in relation to somewhere or something it’s always changing.”

    Permeating the voices within the audio works are recordings made from the constant movements and tectonic shifts beneath the Earth’s surface. Produced by artist Stephen Hurrel, the seismic sounds provide layers to the stories and issues that surround engagement with the landscape. Hurrel’s work with Seismic Sounds and with Gaelic speaking communities in Barra, weaves closely into the stories of radical landownership in North Lewis.  Where these conversations meet and overlap presents opportunities for wider discussions around land reform in Scotland.

    Many thanks to the Galson Estate staff and community. Special thanks to Agnes and Frank Rennie, Lisa Maclean, Annie MacSween, Iain Gordon Macdonald, Richard Collins (Edinburgh University), Edinburgh College of Art and Blackbay Recording Studios.

    This project was produced in conversation with artists Stephen Hurrel and Fiona Rennie.

    Virginia Hutchison is an artist based in Glasgow and the Isle of Lewis. Working within a predominantly social context her practice draws on the processes involved in collaborative creative production to explore how different forms of artistic engagement influence the interaction we have with our environments. Virginia currently runs the bronze casting facilities at Edinburgh College of Art and is one part of the duo ’In the Shadow of the Hand’ with artist and film-maker Sarah Forrest.

    Produced with support from Community Land Scotland and the Stove Network.

    [1]Annie Macsween, Faclan 2020, A History with Heart and Soul – The Place-names of North Lewis, Ness Historical Society

    [2]Frank Rennie, Dùthcas 2020, The Changing Outer Hebrides – Galson and the meaning of Place



  • Sop - The Den Pt2

    12 February 2022  9:15 am - 9:30 am

    Part two of a three part soundwork. Sop, whilst shielding in the pandemic, made a secret den in the edges of a cemetery next to a wood seeking respite in nature. They document their relationship to this modest space, which they visit throughout the seasons, through narration and the soundscapes of the wood and the quiet cemetery. The work attempts to give an insight into how it felt being classed as a “clinically extremely vulnerable” person, told not to leave the house, and how this extra layer of fragility impacts on a person already living with chronic illness. 
    The third and final part will be in a show ‘Rooted Beings’ at Wellcome Collection at the same time as our February broadcast dates.

    Sop is a London based artist and musician working with sound, performance, writing, film and objects, frequently in collaboration with others who have also experienced chronic illness. Sop's work tends to centre modes of sociality, and explores the use of voice as gesture alongside narrative. They have a particular interest in alternative healing, especially through nature, sound, breathwork and collective group writing. They are one half of Rita Munus, they sing in Child’s Pose, drum in Woolf and their solo project is called dmf.
  • Laura Mitchison & Steve Urquhart - The Quick and The Dead: An oral history of Brompton Cemetery Part 2: The Dead

    12 February 2022  9:30 am - 10:00 am

    We buried ourselves in a little house within Brompton Cemetery. Our mission was to find incredible oral stories from the Londoners who work, love, and dream among the gravestones. Here, in the resulting radio documentary, you’ll meet a “gilded vagrant in velvet”, a man who drilled a hole in his own head, a famous pop-artist, a funeral celebrant, an expectant mother and a rich assortment of other city-dwellers. What distinguishes Brompton Cemetery’s “field of stories” is that people flutter from one state of being into another, a bit like the butterflies and the broken angels around them. This graveyard is a green fuse for transformations - DIY brain surgery, new seasons, gender transition and life-after-death. Produced by Laura Mitchison & Steve Urquhart for On the Record, with sound design by Steve Urquhart. About On the Record - We specialise in oral history, co-production and creative media. We are a not-for-profit organisation guided by co-operative principles, founded in 2012. Oral history is a shared process of recording and archiving people's lived experiences. Before anything else we listen. We ask “what was it like to be a stay-at-home dad then?” “What is it like to be a hospital cleaner now?” Each person’s account is in its own way unique. We collaborate with the people we record, and whose stories we tell. Laura Mitchison is a co-director of On the Record and an oral historian. Steve Urqhuart is an award-winning Glasgow-based BBC radio producer, and sound artist.
  • Jim Cheff - Mary Farfisa's Outer Space Radio Theater: The Asterodeo

    12 February 2022  10:00 am - 10:30 am

    Welcome to ‘Mary Farfisa’s Outer Space Radio Theater,’ a series of half-hour radio plays for kids, created and written by cartoonist Jim Cheff. The show follows the adventures of Mary Farfisa, an eight-year-old space girl who travels the Universe on her space horse, Briscoe — searching for songs and sounds and music and noise to catch in her audio lasso and share with the Universe! In today's episode -THE ASTERODEO - Mary Farfisa and Briscoe discover a rodeo in Outer Space – where students rope, ride and catch the musical instruments of their dreams! A children's radio series written and produced by Jim Cheff. Starring Cara Alboucq, Cat Black, Jim Cheff, Marcus Conn-Minister, Ian Robin, Brianna Robin, and Sir Tim Stokes. ©2017 Jim Cheff, All Rights Reserved
  • Tom White & Renato Grieco - Accidental Stereo at the Peninsula

    12 February 2022  10:30 am - 11:00 am

    Recordings from Greenwich Peninsula, May 2019. Studio Manipulations Naples and London, 2020-2021
  • Sol Rezza & Franco Falistoco - Yeast DNA - El ADN de la Levadura -

    12 February 2022  11:00 am - 11:30 am

    In view of the particular situation experienced worldwide this year, an unexpected event connected us with an ancestral activity: making bread at home.

    In turn, this activity connected us to the life of a tiny being called yeast. Before starting this sound work, the production team talked to their loved ones, friends, family and acquaintances asking if this situation was replicated in their homes. To our surprise most people at some point in the confinement set out to make bread or sourdough.

    When we asked why we should make bread, we found an almost unanimous response: It makes me feel good.

    Here is the story of this tiny being who has made many of us feel good at such a particular time in human history.

    As Bruno Schulz says:

    "The first function of the spirit is to tell and create stories. The driving force of the human being is the conviction to find, at the end of one's search, the ultimate meaning of the world".

    Idea, Sound Design, Composition, Editing:
    Sol Rezza, Franco Falistoco

    Guillermo Peñalvez (Spanish)
    Kal Cahoone (English)
    Mariam Frick (German)

    Special thanks to those who made this production possible:
    Fenia Kotsopoulou
    Mariam Frick
    Kal Cahoone
    Lorenzo Gömez Oviedo
    Lucia Rotania Pluganou
    Maria Cristina Kasem
    Guillermo Peñalvez
    Graciela Rosa Araya

    Sol Rezza
    Franco Falistoco 
    Sol Rezza is an Argentinean composer and sound designer fusing experimental electronics with immersive audio. A specialist in audio spatialisation and digital storytelling, she develops her work in virtual environments and live performances moving between art, psychoacoustics, and technology.

    Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she began experimenting with new forms of editing and mixing, which brought her closer to the universe of radio art and experimental radio. She lived in Mexico for 12 years, where she studied audio engineering and sound design and eventually began to develop sound atmospheres for video games, installations, and live performances.

    Her work has been published by numerous international labels including Acustronica and she has participated in a wide range of festivals such as the CTM Festival (Germany) in partnership with Deutschlandradio Kultur, MUTEK Festival (Canada), In/Out Festival (online), and File Prix Lux Festival (Brazil). She has participated in renowned artistic residencies including the Radio Art Residency at Radio Corax (Halle, Germany) in 2020 and Somerset House Studios Residency (London, England) in 2021 as part of the AMPLIFY D.A.I. Program, BINAURAL NODAR Residency 2021 (Castro Daire, Portugal).

    Rezza’s work has been featured in several spaces, media, and festivals. She is currently working on the project Does Volume Equal Power? for the Mutek Festival jointly with artists Analaucía Roeder and Gabrielle Harnois-Blouin, and is about to premiere Entre Marte y Júpiter, a work commissioned by Goethe-Institut, Uruguay.

    She currently lives and works in Argentina.

    Franco Falistoco (n.13 February 1976, Córdoba Argentina). He is a journalist, radio broadcaster, teacher and sound artist who specializes in field recordings, noise and drone.

    He is a specialist in the genre of radio art and experimental art, he directs the project of ludoexperimentation sound, deconstruction of languages of radio communication since 2011 called the Noise is the Message. It is transmitted by several radio stations around the world.

    His works are based on the physical scheme of communication, taking the body as a whole as a communication system.

    He has participated in various transmissions and festivals both as a teacher and sound artist among which are: BINAURAL NODAR Residency 2021 (Castro Daire, Portugal), Tsonami Festival 2020, Microferia de Arte Rosario 2019, 1st Congress of Talking Sound Art - Ars Sonorus, 5th Caja Negra Festival. Workshop on audio editing and its manipulation of sound matter 2017.

    His work is mainly characterised by the recording, manipulation and reinterpretation of the soundscape.

    His works have been published by several international labels.
  • Buffer Zone

    12 February 2022  11:30 am - 12:00 pm

    1) Sylvain Souklaye - Soliloquy in motion (11:45)
    2) Alice Kemp - Corpse Garden Practices (3:28)
    3) MMEdUO - The Gap (1:11)
    4) Siobhain Ma - Paraselene (5:28)

    1) Sylvain Souklaye - Soliloquy in motion 

    Soliloquy in motion is a fight between an empty space and a sonic parasite. Far away from France, locked and masked up in Brooklyn, it has been two years without holding my chosen family members in my arms. I explore possibilites to synchronise body language, sonic friction and interrogative narrative to offer an unknown imaginary land to animpalpable audience.
    For how long can I remember the others inside the dimension of absence?

    Sylvain Souklaye is a Brooklyn-based French multimodal artist researching and performing about epigenetics trauma. His methods involve unsettling,intimate and collective experiences.


    2) Alice Kemp -  Corpse Garden Practices
    from the album '9 Dreams In Erotic Mourning'.

    3) MMEdUO - The Gap

    4) Siobhain Ma - Paraselene

  • MMEdUO - I all go rhythmus

    12 February 2022  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    I all go rythmus describes a series of laconic islands with the most diverse vegetation of dense voice fragments and clearings, which we follow along a Hummingway, fringed by repetitive blurred and unfiltered reflections and recordings In “I all go rythmus”, MME dUO challenges and explores above all the crazy wilderness of gaps, over and through which to stumble, to explore what is in between, above, below and beside. Since 2016 Cologne based Patricia Koellges and Tamara Lorenz make use of a variety of instruments and devices: DIY electroacoustics, small synths, loopers, tuning forks, e-bass, percussion and voice are thrown into the game and shape a sound in the tradition of Musique concrete, Post Punk and factual Dada that is as diverse as it is striking in it’s interplay between dissonant sounds and harmonic sequences, breaks between a-tactical accents and continuous rhythms, the supposed familiarity of spoken language, which is nevertheless alienated by fragmentation, give rise to unusual sound collages in the overall work that explores the potential for ambiguity that arises from the interweaving of a variety of disciplines, including video, sound, collage, sculpture, fashion and photography.
  • Shorts 20

    12 February 2022  1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    1. Rebecca Wilcox - I am what i left with (9:52)
    2. Cecilia Tyrrell - Sirens Dawn (10:56)
    3. Tara Guram - Elegy (2:05)
    4. Daniel Federico Arana - A Burned Dream (10:56)
    5. Jason Bolte - AridFlow (6:34)
    6. Niamh Gibbs - The Trees Speak (6:09)
    7. Sebastián Ernesto Pafundo - Boreal (6:55)
    8. Ilaria Boffa - Home Happens
    1. Rebecca Wilcox - I am what i left with
    Rebecca Wilcox lives in Glasgow and works with writing, audio and performance, often using voice as a tool. She's interested in apperception, infrastructures and the poetics produced between sensory engagements and the written and spoken word.

    2. Cecilia Tyrrell - Sirens Dawn
    Blurring the boundaries between land and sea, Sirens Dawn creates a seascape in constant flux with its identity—ever changing, always in motion. A sonic topography inspired and partly arranged from recordings made around a sound mirror on the South East coast of England (UK). The mirror, itself, stands dormant as it waits, facing outward away from land. Sound markers and siren warnings; still it listens, quietly detecting.

    Cecilia Tyrrell is an artist originally from London, UK. She uses her interest in sound to illuminate processes and systems that go unnoticed by the human experience by creating soundscapes that draw upon ecology and psychogeographies through virtual and physical space.

    3. Tara Guram - Elegy

    Tara Guram (b. 1971):Initially a geneticist, Tara was subsequently a prize-winning postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music. Her music has been played in Britain,
    Mexico, Germany, Switzerland & France; broadcast on BBC Radio 3 & BBC Sounds; published by the Compendium Musicae Flauta and recorded for sargasso Records. Commissions include the Brighton Festival, International Harp Festival, Street Orchestra Live and Animo. Tara’s Piano Sonata has been recorded by Anna Kislitsyna, for the PARMA label and will be premiered at Carnegie Hall. Tara’ s Solo Viola Sonata will be published by Gems Music Publications, and recorded by Peter Sulski for PARMA.

    4.  Daniel Federico Arana -A Burned Dream

    A Burned Dream is a work that takes specific sound elements, mixed with samples of traditional instruments and sounds from synthesizers. The work is currently based on racism, with its epicenter in the US with the George Floyd case, but which crosses the world with discrimination and xenophobia and racism. The voices are that of black civil rights fighters Marthin Luther King and Malcolm X.  I have a dream but that dream disappeared, it burned. Daniel Arana 

    Daniel Federico Arana esun compositor nacido en la ciudad Tres Arroyos (provincia de Bs. As., República Argentina) y que actualmente reside en Monte Grande (provincia de Bs. As.). EsLicenciado en Composición con Medios Electroacústicos de la Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. En el año 2016 cursó el posgrado de MúsicaExpandida en la Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Actualmente realiza presentaciones performáticas con poetas, actores y bailarines, realizando música en vivo y procesamiento de la señal en tiempo real. También realiza música paracortos de video arte que se presentan en distintos festivales alrededor del mundo.

    5. Jason Bolte - AridFlow

    AridFlow was inspired by the spring thaw in the Gallatin Range south of Bozeman, MT. The work was commissioned by the Zaccho Dance Theater (San Francisco) and Artistic Director, Joanna Haigood.  The composition was premiered as part of a Spring Thirst, presented by Mountain Time Arts.

    Jason Bolte is a composer and educator. He currently resides in Bozeman, Montana with his wife Barbara, their two beautiful daughters, and friendly dog Allie. Jason teaches music technology and composition at Montana State University where he serves as the Interim Director of the School of Music. Jason’s music explores the North American Mountain West, modular synthesis and live performance, intersections of music, art, and science, and other areas he finds compelling.

    6. Niamh Gibbs - The Trees Speak

    The Trees Speak blends sound design, musical tones and voice to create the atmosphere of an eerie, mournful forest. The work is about humankind’s neglect of nature over the years and the fact that as we move further towards technological advancement we lose our connection with nature. This mix between technology and nature is reflected in the sound design, with sounds reminiscent of the wind, birds and outdoors which are both natural and synthetic in tone. The words spoken are from the viewpoint of the different plants within the forest, conversing about the way the world is changing.

    Niamh is classical musician and composer from the UK. She has much experience performing both as a soloist and within musical ensembles. She recently performed as a member of the band Gypsy Life for the BBC’s 75th Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony. Niamh writes a wide variety of original music, her song ‘Earth Rotating’ was highly commended in the 2020 Tune Into Nature Music Competition by Selfridges and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Niamh is the founder of Fantasy Fusion Music Studios which creates ambient, ethereal soundtracks. Her PhD research focuses on the use of sound design to evoke fantasy and uncanny atmospheres.

    7. Sebastián Ernesto Pafundo  - Boreal

    The work a Nordic soundscape with elements of their music: Jounikko, lovikka appear in the work, as well as the recorded sound of the Northern Lights. Other elements of processed sounds also appear.

    Argentine music teacher, composer and bassist. Graduated from the Municipal Institute of Music of Avellaneda, complementary studies at the Superior Conservatory and Falla "Higher Diploma in Contemporary Music". Participating in different festivals and projects at the National and International level,.Member of Alternative Sonoridades "MúsicaContemporánea Argentina". Currently playing experimental free jazz in "Horaciotíotrío".  I participate in the transdisciplinary laboratory 2020 (Directorate of Artistic Education of Buenos Aires) Also in FIBA "International Festival of Buenos Aires".  Sound researcher and plastic artist.
    Name :Sebastián Ernesto Pafundo     https://m.soundcloud.con/user-900783100

    8. Ilaria Boffa - Home Happens
    This sonopoem reflects on how profound relationships could be considered homes, powerful and kind of magic connections between space, time and beings that simply happen.
    Field recording taken in Gubbio (Italy) in 2021.
    ‘Home happens’
    They uprooted the twin poplar on the opposite riverine side
    where its mate still sways.
    The updated setting altered the acoustic mirror effect
    the sense of companionship one had walking by that spot.
    It was the beginning of the summer.
    The operation was planned as part of the cleaning.

    Everything reconfigures. Covertly, lest one shrieks in native tongue
    crammed into vowels wide open. For growing takes years.
    We may demolish a house, abandon it and squat elsewhere.
    Ecosystems rewild constantly.
    But the unique link between place, beings and timespan
    just occurs. Home happens.
  • Manja Ristić - The Desire of My Heart

    12 February 2022  2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

    Manja Ristić is a violinist, sound artist, published poet, curator and researcher. She graduated from the Belgrade Academy of Music (2001) and was awarded a PGDip as a Solo/Ensemble Recitalist from the Royal College of Music, London (2004). As a classical solo and chamber musician as well as a composer and an improv musician Manja has performed all across Europe and the US, and has been involved in collaborations with established conductors and performers, multimedia artists, poets, theatre and movie directors. Manja’s sound related research besides contemporary performance in the field of instrumental electro–acoustics, is focused on interdisciplinary approaches to sound and field recording as well as experimental radio arts.

    Manja is the founder of the Association of Multimedia Artists Auropolis (since 2004), that by her guidance developed a distinctive number of cultural events, international projects, cultural conferences and educational platforms in the fields of scene and multimedia arts. She works and lives on the island of Korčula, Croatia.
  • Buffer Zone

    12 February 2022  2:30 pm - 3:00 pm

    01) Alice Kemp -  The Painting In The Chapel Under The Stairs (4:10)
    02) Feronia Wennborg - In new constellations (5:43)
    03) Marco Paltrinieri - Together (6:05)

    01) Alice Kemp -  The Painting In The Chapel Under The Stairs
    from the album '9 Dreams In Erotic Mourning'.

    02) Feronia Wennborg - In new constellations

    In newconstellations is a piece produced for the digital festival AMPLIFY: Quarantine2020. The piece explores the acoustic and affective residue of domestic tasksand of the recording process itself.

    03) Marco Paltrinieri - Together 

    From the album 'The Weaver'.

    The Weaver is the debut solo album by the multidisciplinary artist and Discipula collective member Marco Paltrinieri.

    Merging spoken words with field recordings, electro-acoustic textures and relics of found melodies, The Weaver brings to life, across 6 movements, the memories and thoughts of a creature living in a world in which the distinction between reality and simulation, as well as between psychic space and external environment seems to have definitely collapsed.

    The album stems from Paltrinieri’s ongoing interest in the cognitive and perceptual mutations caused by the irreversible technologization of our lives. Drawing upon the speculative power of fiction, The Weaver aims at creating a multilayered and non-linear narrative in which sounds and words are used to conjure images from an unknown and yet unsettlingly familiar dimension. 

  • Siobhain Ma & Rhiannon Walsh - Journey Through The Auricle

    12 February 2022  3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

    “Journey Through the Auricle” is a voyage through an elevator centring on exploration and internal and external discovery. Stop one consists of a commission from your ears. They have enlisted our help to clear out the clutter and clatter of what is going on upstairs. Stop two takes you to an unknown land, rich in colour and restorative light beams. While stop three nourishes your roots and provides a sound bath for the senses. Throughout this collaborative piece Siobhain channels the imagined environments through dreamlike synths, while Rhiannon uses metallic and machine-like sound and voices that are not her own.

    Siobhain Ma is a sound artist who explores themes of identity, environment and (sometimes) the supernatural in her work.

    Rhiannon Walsh is a sometimes audio maker, writer and Reiki practitioner. She enjoys producing content centred around the body, nature, rest and meditation – including ASMR.

  • Trevor Pitt - The Great Barnfield Rambles

    12 February 2022  3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

    Radio programme about the life and work of outsider artist Fred Barnfield (1935 – 2013). Based on interviews with people who knew him well, the programme unravels the paradox of a how a working class Black Country man became a conceptual artist.

    Commissioned for Blast! Festival Trevor Pitt rambled (talked) with people who knew Fred to create an audio installation and led a ramble (walked) on the festival’s final weekend, taking in locations in Wednesbury that were significant to Fred, providing an opportunity to dig deeper into the stories that made him such a fascinating character.

    Trevor Pitt is a Birmingham based artist and curator with a track record of creating inventive, intelligent and collaborative projects in galleries and community contexts.
    He works in various formats including installation, music, performance, public art, exhibitions and events and supports artists to develop their creative ventures.
  • Human Heads - In the afternoon

    12 February 2022  4:00 pm - 4:45 pm

    A live olfactory transmission composed of song-speech, field recordings, synth excursions and guest contributions from friends. A playful extended presentation of sounds released on Fractal Meat Cuts (2021), which included a vial of scent mixed by Clara Weale at the Library of Olfactive Material (Glasgow). Listeners can request a vial prior to the broadcast, for the full audio-olfactory experience. Responses from other collaborators to the broadcast’s sounds and smells will weave in and out of our performance. Human Heads are an electro-sprechgesang duo from Glasgow featuring Hannah Ellul and Ben Ellul-Knight.
  • Julia Carolin Kothe | Yulia - ‘a blunt object or piece of clay dropped onto a hard surface with medium impact’

    12 February 2022  4:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    Spoken-Word | Soundscape recorded in an installation at Tontine in Glasgow | September 2019.

    ‘a blunt object or piece of clay dropped onto a hard surface with medium impact’ explores the relationship between digital devices and our bodies, for example the tangible physical shock sensation felt when perceiving a shattered screen surface. The piece explores the relationship between digital consumerism and sleep as an anti-capitalist state of quiet resistance.

    In seven scenes, the self-proclaimed producer of the work reads a text about the production of artistic work, working with her hands and proximity to haptic material. The protagonist suggests altering the exhibition, talks about possible actions by the producer and the audience. An abstract, monotonous sound piece wafting up and down is played, consisting of the vibrations of a smartphone recorded on various materials and surfaces. The words are text suggestions from the protagonist's smartphone, which she uses in English and German.

    Concept | Installation – Julia Carolin Kothe
    Performance | Voice – Yulia
    Recording – Kien Denier
    Technical support – Rosa Farber
    Photos – Wassili Widmer

    Julia Carolin Kothe | Yulia

    Julia Carolin Kothe’s artistic work moves between various media, materials and (collaborative) formats – at the crossroads of sculpture, text, sound, choreography and performance. Her practice evolves in non-linear acts or chapters based on narratives combining fiction and theory that respond to particular conditions of spaces and the bodies within it. The processual nature of her practice breaks away from the notion of a singular, finished work. Instead, her work offers the spectator a spatial, atmospheric, physical and psychological experience, casting an unforeseen light on particular environments and contexts. In auto-fictional texts, multi-logues and sonic encounters, Yulia reflects on making and the uncertainty associated with it. She speaks about intimacy as well as fragility and creates seductive as well as subversive states.

  • Mary Hurrell - Blush Response/PERISCOPE

    12 February 2022  5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

    Blush Response (15 minutes) was originally made as a soundtrack to an exhibition. The piece is composed of natural and synthesized vocal fragments and a text stemming from Hurrell’s research into Jacob Epstein’s tomb for Oscar Wilde at the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Made in 1914 and inspired by Wilde’s poem ‘The Sphinx’, the tomb has evoked a tradition whereby visitors kiss the statue after applying lipstick to their mouth, leaving a ‘print’ of the kiss on the stone. In 2011, however, a glass barrier was erected around it to make the monument ‘kiss-proof’. Blush Response excavates ideas around touch, absence, memorialized and replicant bodies in a poetic meditation on multiplicities found within feminine symbols and representations of love and desire. Featuring Hurrell’s text read by an automated reader, evoking different colours that could be left by lipstick on the stone surfaces – e.g. ‘cake, flame, grenadine, rococo’ – Blush Response explores a perceptual synaesthesia between hearing, touching, and moving through imagined and digital tomb-like spaces that oscillate between stasis and transformation.
    (Blush Response is the first work produced as part of an eponymous live performance and exhibition organised by NıCOLETTı at Exo Exo, Paris; with the generous support of Fluxus Art Projects and the French Institute in London.)

    PERISCOPE (15 minutes) is the soundtrack to a performance for camera film captured in the City of London during the third Lockdown in 2021. The film composes a text written by Hurrell and read by an automated reader, processed vocals and field recordings, with moving images shot on four cameras. Articulating a movement of language and a language of movement, PERISCOPE conflates antithetic registers of technology and flesh, intimacy and alienation, the surveyor and the surveyed. In this work Hurrell considers the body as a liquid perspective, stretching through emotional and physical densities, elasticities and compressions.
    (Opening sequence text extract from E.E. Cummings “Crepuscule”. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.)
    b.1982 South Africa, lives and works in London

    Mary Hurrell is an interdisciplinary artist working across sound, performance and sculpture to explore choreography of the body; she is interested in forms of language and movement in relation to physical and psychological experience.
    Recent performances and exhibitions include; Blush Response (2021) Nicoletti Audio; UNDEX at Jupiter Rising Festival, Edinburgh (2019); Cafe OTO, London (2019); Movement Study 6 (Maxxinna), The Bower, London, (2018); ちょう¬, Yamakiwa Gallery, Japan (2018); 3 (OXIORCAD), Flat Time House, 2 (AERIAL), Kunstraum, London; 1(Pitch), organised by fluent at Centro Botin, Spain (2018); StereoSkin, Herdubreid Biosal, Iceland (2017); Movement Study 5 (Pearlex), David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2016); EROTIC MECHANICS, 10 Martello Street, London, (2016)
  • Buffer Zone

    12 February 2022  5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

    1) Marco Paltrinieri - The Valley (6:34)
    2) Alice Kemp - Songs in the Key of NO - 08 Hot Fat Conduit (3:07)
    3) Feronia Wennborg - Voice once (2:38)
    4) Helen McCrorie and Richy Carey -  we know a better word than happy (5 mins aprox)

    1) Marco Paltrinieri - The Valley

    From the album 'The Weaver'.

    The Weaver is the debut solo album by the multidisciplinary artist and Discipula collective member Marco Paltrinieri.

    Merging spoken words with field recordings, electro-acoustic textures and relics of found melodies, The Weaver brings to life, across 6 movements, the memories and thoughts of a creature living in a world in which the distinction between reality and simulation, as well as between psychic space and external environment seems to have definitely collapsed.

    The album stems from Paltrinieri’s ongoing interest in the cognitive and perceptual mutations caused by the irreversible technologization of our lives. Drawing upon the speculative power of fiction, The Weaver aims at creating a multilayered and non-linear narrative in which sounds and words are used to conjure images from an unknown and yet unsettlingly familiar dimension. 

    2) Alice Kemp - Songs in the Key of NO - 08 Hot Fat Conduit

    3) Feronia Wennborg - Voice once

    Voice onceworks with one sound sample as material base for a composition. A recording ofnonverbal vocalisations made while spending time alone in the flat of a friend,is digitally processed and reimagined.

    4) Helen McCrorie and Richy Carey- We know a better word than happy,

     Recordings by Helen McCrorie at The Children's Wood Glasgow

    Recorded with school and nursery groups in The Children's wood in Maryhill Glasgow, a green space established by 10 years of community activism and rewilding. The work was a response to the unthinkable reality of many city children being completely confined indoors during lockdown, and to UK governments and councils neglecting to recognise children's right to play. 

    Child psychologist Donald Winnicott said that through play we learn to negotiate between the inner world of the imagination and the self, and the outer world of the environment and others. The work attempts to express this urgency and complexity of play, taking us on journey through the creative possibilities of an urban green space: from physical and exploratory to sensory and imaginary play as the children delight in their own agency. 



  • C9 Marco Paltrinieri - Untitled (an anecdote)

    12 February 2022  6:00 pm - 6:20 pm

    Untitled (an anecdote) is a composition that tells the story of a journey away from reality and towards what could be a newfound awareness for some or perhaps madness for others. But there is no moral to be drawn here. Instead, what matters is the experience of listening itself, to be understood as an act of openness to the possible. In a world largely dominated by the immediacy of vision, I do believe in the role of other senses in bringing a renewed depth to the experience of the world itself and to our role in it. Starting from these assumptions, Untitled (an anecdote) has a twofold nature: on the one hand it is an homage to the ability of sound to help reconsidering reality and to foster imagination and on the other, it relies on such qualities to accentuate the nuances of the story while experimenting with narrative possibilities. — Written, recorded and mixed by Marco Paltrinieri Words by Marco Paltrinieri Voice by Lucie Page Mastered by Renato Grieco Artwork by Mirko Smerdel Marco Paltrinieri is based in Milan, Italy. He is a multidisciplinary artist, educator and founding member of the artistic research collective Discipula. Working mainly with sound and writing, his practice is concerned with the tension between humanity’s aspirations and our inescapable condition of fragility, decay and mortality. His first solo album, “The Weaver”, was released by Canti Magnetici in 2020. He is currently teaching Visual Culture at Cfp Bauer in Milan, Italy.
  • Frederico Pessoa - O poder do povo vai construir um mundo novo

    12 February 2022  6:20 pm - 6:40 pm

    O poder do povo vai construir um mundo novo (The power of the people will build a new world) This is a song made up of pieces from the recording of a public demonstration against Bolsonaro, Brazil’s president held in July, in Belo Horizonte. People were in the streets with their bodies, voices and percussion instruments to make themselves heard, demanding vaccine, shouting against corruption, against the attack on the of human rights carried out by the government and calling for the president’s impeachment. Frederico Pessoa is a brazilian sound artist and musician who has been presenting solo and group exhibitions, sound and multimedia performances and working with other artists in different projetcs and languages.He has studied classical guitar and has a PhD in Arts from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He is interested in the relations between sound and politics; sound and other artistic languages; sound, body and space; simple technologies and the vibrational aspect of day to day life and its effects on our bodies. Instagram: @—fpessoa
  • Manfredi Clemente - Rito n°1

    12 February 2022  6:40 pm - 7:00 pm

    Rite#1 is the first of a series of works that inhabit the boundary between composition and sound installation, focused on the theme of the relationship Culture-Nature. This pair is made up of two opposed terms that permeate and repel each other at the same time.Rituality, performance, art have often attempted a connection between the two, despite the difficulty of a mutual exclusion. This work is itself a moment ofreflection about the impossibility of this relationship: it tries to establish a specific rituality, a specific language, unifying sound synthesis, naturalistic and urban field recording in a contemplative flow.

     Manfredi Clemente is a composer and sound artist based in Palermo (IT). His aesthetical research focuses on the phenomenology of recorded sound and sound spaces. He often composes for theatre and performances and works as a sound engineer for classical music recordings. His compositions are played all around the world and have received several international recognitions including: 1st prize at Prix Presque Rien 2019, prize Banc d’Essai 2018 of the GRM, finalist at Prize Franz Liszt 2017, 1st Prize at Di_Stanze 2014. At the moment he is Professor of Electroacoustic Composition at the Conservatorio Rossini of Pesaro (IT).

  • Live-to-Air - Alice Kemp, Teresa Cos & Tom White

    12 February 2022  7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    Alice Kemp - untitled

    Catalina Barroso-Luque & Feronia Wennborg - R-22.2 (cancelled)

    Teresa Cos & Tom White - SEELONCE

    Alice Kemp (b.1972, UK) explores an idiosyncratic praxis comprising experimental music, audio composition, public/private performance, installation, drawing, writing, and object making. Her cryptic yet coherent work is informed by states of subtle trance, dream and disturbance, evolving a private mythology through stillness, boundaries and aural stimuli. She has presented live art and released audio/musical works internationally. Kemp is a Schimpfluch affiliate and human ex-voto, living and working in Devon, England.

    “R-22.2” is a performance collaboratively produced by Catalina Barroso-Luque and Feronia Wennborg. The story follows Refrigerant Gas 22 as they make their way through the distinct environments in a fridge cooling system. R-22 is one and many, embodying both dark and jovial aspects of individual and collective existence. The basis for this domestic sci-fi tale was produced in quarantine using home recordings, noises, voices, and interactions with everyday objects. Originally commissioned as a sound piece for Wysing Broadcast, the story takes new multidimensional form as a performance for Radiophrenia.

    Choreography by Salma Françoise Faraji.

    Catalina Barroso-Luque is a Mexican artist who constructs narratives, makes images and hosts intimate events. Writing is at the heart of her practice and relies on techniques of performativity and vocality, alongside processes of disassembly, reassembly, and translation. Catalina works with other practitioners. Making is carried across bodies and territories, resulting in artworks that are voiced between tongues. In 2021 Catalina launched She’s a bit much (abitmuch.netin collaboration with Jude Browning, an online publishing platform that is sensitive, sick and cloyingly sweet. Catalina has also been working with Daniella Valz Gen on Deslices, a correspondence series for Glasgow International 2021, Montez Press Radio (New York 2021) and Desbordes / Deshacer in post[s] (Quito 2022). Other new work include: Berta Esmeralda, a short story about a macaw, Gutter Magazine Vol. 24 (Glasgow 2021;) and Xaxalpa, a Mexican gothic memoir for Bricks from the Kiln V (London 2022).

    Feronia Wennborg is an artist, musician and arts programmer based in Glasgow, working interdisciplinary with a focus on sound. Her work collects traces of intimacy and friendship through processes of recording, transcription and digital transformation. She often works in close collaboration with others and is part of the music duo soft tissue together with Simon Weins. In 2019-2021 she was a programme committee member at the artist-run space Market Gallery. Her work has been presented and commissioned by institutions, festivals and artist-run initiatives in the UK and internationally, including: Wysing Arts Centre, West den Haag, ArtVerona, CCA Glasgow, The Pipe Factory, Counterflows & Radiophrenia.

     SEELONCE is a live audio-visual collaborative work for radio and video stream. The piece explores the possibilities of topographic extremes of listening, the precariousness of communication and sonic-cinematic tropes. The live performance will be instructed by a graphic score, punctuated by a musical theme manipulated throughout, combined with Improvisational and concrète elements imagining the soundtrack to an undetermined car journey reaching the end of the radio signal. 

    Teresa Cos is an artist exploring the processes of memory and repetition underlying history, society and human psychology, similarly to those inherent to sound and image composition. Her interdisciplinary practice encompasses film, video and sound installation, visual scoring, experimental music composition and performance. Teresa has presented and performed her work in various international contexts including: Cafè Oto, 3rd Industrial Art Biennial, Argos Centre for Audiovisual Arts, WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Casino Luxembourg, bb15, Q-O2, Fondazione Baruchello, Kanal-Centre Pompidou, The Mac – Metropolitan Arts Centre Belfast, Les Ateliers Claus, Centrale Fies, Mostyn Gallery and the 14th Venice International Architecture Biennial. She has released work on Takuroku and Umland Editions/Q-2 and self-releases her ever growing Archive of Loops. Teresa has taken part in several international residency programmes, including WIELS, Jan Van Eyck Academy, Visio-European Programme on Artists’ Moving Images and the Botín Foundation workshop with Tacita Dean.

    Tom White is a London-based artist focusing predominantly on sound-based practices such as live performance, installation, recordings, composition for dance and film. He is interested in the physicality and phenomena of sound; how it can be felt by the body and experienced in architectural space. Past projects include commissions and appearances for Radiophrenia, Glasgow (CCA); BRAUBLFF (KRAAK & De Player); Whitechapel Gallery, London & Colour out of Space Festival, Brighton. Recent collaborators include Surface Area Dance Theatre, Maya Dunietz, Ben Knight, Renato Grieco and Lia Mazzari.He has performed extensively across the UK and Europe, traveled to North America & Japan and had work published by labels such as Takuroku (Cafe OTO), Glistening Examples, Vitrine, Chocolate Monk, Calling Cards Publishing and South London Gallery. He won the British Composer Award in 2014 (Sonic Art) for Public Address, commissioned by South London Gallery. In 2016 he founded Apologies in Advance; a platform for artists presenting work in progress performances.



  • Dosimat - Cast A Circle

    12 February 2022  9:30 pm - 10:00 pm

    Slide out of winter and into spring. A Collaborative ensemble of Dosimat is a polyglot depot for municipal events.
  • C. Lavender - Circadian Rhythm Radio (Night)

    12 February 2022  10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Recalling a time when radio was used as an alarm clock in the morning and left on until late at night, C. Lavender's "Circadian Rhythm Radio" seeks to bring back radio as a part of the sleep/wake cycle. By utilizing pure audio frequencies known as "isochronic tones" which manipulate brain wave states through the method of "brainwave entrainment," this piece which slowly wakes the listener up in the morning as well as helping them relax and eventually fall asleep at night. Originally created during a Wave Farm residency 2016. C. Lavender is a multi-disciplinary sound artist, sound healing practitioner and educator. She has albums and recordings featured on the labels Editions Mego, Ecstatic Peace! and RVNG Intl. She has been artist-in-residence at Pioneer Works, Harvestworks, and Wave Farm. Lavender is the author of “Transcendent Waves: How Listening Shapes Our Creative Lives” (Anthology Editions, 2020), about how listening can be a powerful source of inspiration.
  • Radioart106 - Ep6: Colonial War and Mental Disorders

    12 February 2022  11:00 pm - 12:00 am

    radioart106 #132 Colonial War and Mental Disorders

    This broadcast highlights the release of the album “Colonial War and Mental Disorders” by Meira Asher (Voice, Electronics), Eran Sachs (No-input Mixer) and Dave Phillips (Electronics, Field Recordings).
    Part two of a trilogy to be released on cassette and digital via Raash Records (RR) on 27.11.2020.

    Colonial War and Mental Disorders was performed and recorded live on stage in May 2019. It is a Sound-Text rendering of three cases, described and analysed by Frantz Fanon as they appear in the fifth chapter of his book ‘The Wretched Of The Earth’ (1961). In this section, Fanon deals with the problem of mental disorders born out of the national war of liberation waged by the Algerian people.

    Individual creations by the artists involved in this release are also included: ‘we know enough to know how much we will never know’ and ‘the construct’ by Dave Phillips from 2015, ‘Specters of Manshiyya‘ by Eran Sachs from 2014, ’Still Sleeping’ by Meira Asher from 2016 and Cases nr. one and three from ‘Colonial War and Mental Disorders’ are played in the beginning and the end of the show.

    Colonial War and Mental Disorders (Asher. Zax & dp, 2020)
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    we know enough to know how much we will never know and The Construct (Dave Phillips, 2015)
    Speaks of knowledge/intelligence - logical/rational (male) and gut/heart intelligence. Is that enough/too much/not enough?
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    Specters of Manshiyya (Eran Sachs, 2014)
    A spatially diffused electro-acoustic piece. Composed as part of the Echoing Yafa project, created by sociologist Miriam Schickler.
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    Still Sleeping (Meira Asher, 2016)
    In memory of Mohammed Abu Khdeir who was murdered by Jewish Israeli ultra nationalists on July 2, 2014. He was 16 years old.
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    Case #1 - Colonial War and Mental Disorders - Asher.Zax & dp
    we know enough to know how much we will never know - Dave Phillips
    Specters of Manshiyya (part1) - Eran Sachs
    Still Sleeping - Meira Asher
    Specters of Manshiyya (part2) - Eran Sachs
    The Construct - Dave Phillips
    Case #3 - Colonial War and Mental Disorders - Asher. Zax & dp