Show 583 – Koímêsis by Moniek (Radio Campus Bruxelles)

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Koímêsis is a live radio performance in French and Greek ; a political poetry choir on Europe.

« In August 2015, one month after the adoption of the Greece Memorandum of Understanding, the ‘No to the No’, I walked through the streets of Athens. The Greek Orthodoxs were celebrating the Koimesis. Koimesis means ‘dormition’. A sacred condition between sleep and death. Koímêsis forms a book of thirty-nine short poems on political and physic apathy, the sun, the beauty and the morbid. » (luvan, may 2016)

Production : Carine Demange & Moniek
Poems in French : luvan
Greek translation : Iota Gaganas
The Choir : luvan, Iota Gaganas, Carine Demange, Anne Lepère, Chloé Despax, Anna Raimondo and Deena Abdelwahed (as Moniek team and guests).
Accoustic work : Anne Lepère
Music : J.A.T.A.C.
Artwork : Laure Afchain

You can buy Koímêsis (French – Greek), and luvan’s other publications (French) here.

A performance by the radio collective Moniek, commissioned by Saout Radio and recorded live on the 9th of may 2016, at Radio Campus Bruxelles.

 

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It was included in the program “Saout as a state of mind #2” that lunched Saout Radio, a platform and web radio initiated by the artists Younes Baba-Ali and Anna Raimondo in Morocco in 2012. “Saout” (i.e. “sound” and “voice” in Arabic) Radio, as an evolving archive, gathers more than 100 artists from all over the world, the web-radio aims at being both a sonic display and a space for reflexion, production and diffusion of sound and radio art works coming from different contexts and geographies, (by) endorsing a postcolonial approach.

Follow here :
Moniek : www.mixcloud.com/Radio_Moniek/
luvan : www.luvan.org/blog
Carine Demange : https://soundcloud.com/kikaplum/
Saout Radio : www.saoutradio.com
Radio Campus Bruxelles : www.radiocampus.be

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Show 582: L’Étude-aux-Études. (Radio Grenouille)

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L’Étude-aux-Études est une proposition collective.
C’est une composition utilisant de courts extraits de l’émission Les Études Sonores, programme diffusé sur Radio Grenouille et réalisé au sein de l’Atelier-Studio Euphonia, en collaboration avec la classe de composition en musique électroacoustique de la Cité de la Musique de Marseille.
http://www.radiogrenouille.com/emission/les-sons-creatifs/
Cette émission-atelier mensuelle propose aux étudiants un moment radiophonique en commun, ouvert aux travaux en cours ou finalisés.

Quatre participants se sont donc emparés de cette sonothèque puisant dans plusieurs émissions, en y ajoutant leur univers :

– Sandrine OZEROV : début / At the beginning
– Magali HEYRIES : suite 1 / la loi khomri ou les tribulations d’une grenouille
– Ophélie DORGANS : suite 2 / Sèn
– Jérémie DESSERTINE : fin / Project DEF ultime

Ils ont chacun produit 6,40mn.
Le travail se faisant à l’aveugle,
sa position seule étant connue,
avec comme matériau des extraits des Études Sonores,
pour composer cette Étude aux Études.

L’Étude-aux-Études (Study in the Studies) is a collective working.
It is a composition using of courts extracted from the broadcast Les Études Sonores (The Sound Studies), program broadcasted on Radio Grenouille and realized within Atelier-Studio Euphonia, in association with the class of composition in electroacoustic music of the Cité de la Musique of Marseille.

http://www.radiogrenouille.com/emission/les-sons-creatifs/

This monthly broadcast-workshop proposes to the students a radio moment in common, opens to work in progress or finalized.

Four participants seized this sound library drawing from several broadcasts, by adding it their universe:

– Sandrine OZEROV: At the beginning
– Magali HEYRIES: suite 1 / la loi khomri ou les tribulations d’une grenouille
– Ophélie DORGANS : suite 2 / Sèn
– Jérémie DESSERTINE : end / Project DEF ultime

They each produced 6,40mn.
The work being blind made,
its alone position being known,
with as material the extracts of the Les Études Sonores broadcast,
to compose this Étude-aux-Études.

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Show 581: Echoing Yafa (radioart106fm KolHaCampus)

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Miriam Schickler’s audiowalk Echoing Yafa (played here in part) follows Marconi’s thought that sounds never die but grow progressively fainter. Imagine that all the sounds that have ever resonated inthis region, she writes, still reverberate somewhere, however faintly.

Echoing Yafa recovers some of those sounds and relocates them to the place that they originated from, Manshiyyah, once a busy neighbourhood of Jaffa and a place that, except for the remnants of two buildings, today is visually no longer conceivable and is usually considered to be a part of Tel Aviv.

Echoing Yafa tells the stories of some of the former Palestinian residents of Manshiyyah and thereby re-enacts what has been destroyed and irreversibly changed throughout the events leading to, and during the war of 1947/1948, and by current processes of displacement and dispossession of the Palestinian community in today’s Jaffa. Visit echoingyafa.org for the complete audio walk in Arabic, Hebrew and English.

Thanks to the refugees of Manshiyyah and the rest of Yafa, as well as their family members. This work is dedicated to them and all other refugees.

Created by Miriam Schickler

Research: Lubna Massarwa

Sound Design: Binya Reches

Production Assistance: May Jabareen

Music and Sound Art: Boney Fm, Meira Asher, Finkelbert and Eran Sachs.

Actresses and Actors: May Jabareen,Yael Rozanes, Rula Khalayly, Maysa Daw, Eli Rezik, Nimrod Ronen, Oz Marinov, Michal Eytan, Samar Qupty, Roza Wakeem, Anael Hoffmann, Neta Gonen, Abdelkarim Qashqoush, Shaul Robinson Feldman, Roey Marinov, Binya Reches, Yuval Auron, Lymor Goldstein.

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Show 580: Whale Ballads Coming From An Empty Banquethall (XL Air)

Lonely whales at sunken weddingparties.
Ocean sounds and Céline Dion,
we’re still trying to save ourselves from drowning.
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Show 579: Kunst Ist Tot – deadpeoplesrecords (Eastside FM)

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“Right-wingin’, bitter-clingin’, proud clingers of our guns, our God, and our religions and our Constitution”

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Show 578: Chernobyl sin eater (CKUT)

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Show 577: Radio 0-3-0 (reboot.fm)

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By Emeka Ogboh for reboot.fm

RADIO 0-3-0 combines a vast array of recorded audio materials such as news reports, interviews and music into a radio program, which examines the refugees’ situation in Berlin. He thus inquires how the city as such is reacting to the situation. The sound installation RADIO 0-3-0 invited the visitors to stay and listen during a local mini-fm broadcast at the Gorki Theatre in Berlin as part of the Herbstsalon in October, 2015. This radia.fm compilation is extracted from over ten hours of radio material.

EMEKA OGBOH, lives and works in Berlin. His works have been presented in the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki (2011), DAK‘ART 2014, Dakar (2014), in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk (2015), and the 56. Biennale di Venzia (2015).

Artistic assistant: Daniela Sellen
Programming Radio: Pit Schultz
radia.fm edit with Diana McCarty

Special Thanks to: Alpha, Deutschlandradio, Ditte Haarlov Johnsen, Carrie Hampel, Hla Al Hourani, Muhammed Lamin Jadama, REM TV Produktion, Reboot FM, Refugee ClubImpulse, Refugees Revolution Band, REM TV, Schaubühne Berlin, Sissi FM –feministisches Stadtmagazin „We never speak the truth!“, Sudan Papol Music (SPM), The Voice, Voice Refugee Forum and Die Karawane. Alpha, Deutschlandradio, Ditte Haarlov Johnsen, Carrie Hampel, Hla Al Hourani, Yango González, Andrea Gordillo, Muhammed Lamin Jadama, René Kaur, Lola Lustosa, REM TV Produktion, Reboot FM, Refugee Club Impulse, Refugees Revolution Band, REM TV,Schaubühne Berlin, Sissi FM – feministisches Stadtmagazin „We never speak the truth!“, Sudan Papol Music (SPM), The Voice, Voice Refugee Forum and Die Karawane.

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Show 576: Lala Raščić: Evil Earth’s Notebook (Radio Student)

mountain square Evil Earth’s Notebook is the spoken word segment of the project Evil Earth, realized by visual artist Lala Rascic during her residency in Ljubljana at the Cultural Center Tobacna and her collaboration with Radio Student.

In Evil Earth’s Notebook one hears Rascic read quotes, notes, loose associations, and custom-software generated text in the hypnotic-poetic  verbal performance exploring the notions of landscape, mountains, new optics, vertical imaging and remote perspective.

Evil Earth is a project dealing with the representation of landscape under contemporary conditions of visuality. As Marjorie Hope Nicholson outlines in Mountain Gloom, Mountain Glory, the shift in mountain attitudes in writings of the English poets of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries came about due to advances in science and technology, Evil Earth explores the cognitive shift happening today. The basic question asked is how does our perception and understanding of nature, earth and our environment change under the influence of contemporary consumer modes of visualization and screen technologies?

https://lalarascic.com/

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Show 575: Remote Viewing IV from Crazed and Max Goldfarb (Wave Farm / WGXC)

‘Remote Viewing’ is a slide program, developed for radio: The articulation of Maximilian Goldfarb’s text is accompanied by improvised sounds, performed by Crazed, which is the electronic sound outfit of Jack Schoonover and Maximillian Hamel. As a visual archive escaping traditional representation, we perform excerpts from a text that conveys a hallucinatory urbanism, interconnected anatomies, and the mechanics of everyday apparitions.
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Show 574: Travel Sounds (TEA FM)

banner Radia 574Cuando viajas, un mundo de sonidos, ambientes y voces crece y evoluciona a tu alrededor. Es un buen ejercicio prestar atención a ese universo sonoro para descubrir aquellos detalles escindidos tras una voz de niño, una llamada de aviso o un motor lejano.

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When you make a journey, a world of sounds, voices environments grows and evolves around you. It is a good exercise to pay attention to the sound universe around you to discover those details split after a child’s voice, a call warning or a distant motor.
A sound work from Chuse Fernandez with sound captures from Aragon, Spain and Colombia.
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