radia #505: that thing about repetition + radia #111: long distance sitting piece
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nein, nicht noch einmal. keine wiederholung der wiederholung. sondern als thema. auf den punkt gebracht.
im ersten teil der sendung besuchen wir mit dem team von soundArt radio (kunst-)handwerkerInnen, in deren kreativer arbeit gleichwohl routinen und wiederholungen eine wichtige rolle spielen.
im zweiten teil nehmen wir wiederholt an den sit-ins von michelle nagai teil – performances in privatwohnungen, welche die künstlerin wortwörtlich in be-sitz nimmt bzw. besetzt.
credits und hintergrundinformationen: siehe unten.
don't worry: that's not another repetition of your previous show, but a new one. dealing with the issue of repetition, and the repetion of repetitions. bet you won't be bored at all.
in the first part of the show the creative team of soundart radio is visiting creative craftspeople:
"'That thing about repetition, that I just keep finding in so many bits of my life'.
We visited the studios of craftspeople to learn more about their creative process, the materials they use, how they came to do what they do. We recorded their voices and their work to create ‘the radio craftsperson’s toolbox’ – a collection of sounds for crafting new radio works that explore the creative process.
You will hear from: Michael Honnor, printmaker – Hilary Burns, basketmaker – Taja, potter – Yuli Somme, feltmaker – Chris Taylor, ceramics." [L.G.]
A collaboration between Soundart Radio, Devon Guild of Craftsmen and the Community Media Association. Produced by Alice Armstrong, Chris Booth, Sarah Gray, Lucinda Guy, Chris Mockridge and Shannon Mockridge.
for the second part of the show at new york, michelle nagai sits down in private homes for her sitting pieces – a performance always situated on the neat borderline between repetition, variation and irreproducibility:
"Untitled Sit for Your Aetheric Body: This work is one in a series of sitting pieces. A collection of (usually live) performance works, these sitting pieces share several common themes, one of which is the presence of the performer and the listener in one "space" together. This broadcast's subtitle, Untitled Sit, is the generic label for a series of compositions originally devised for live performance in private homes. Each work, created and performed by the composer, is centered around the presence of a still and silent seated figure in close physical proximity to the audience. Variations on the basic form are permitted, and in all cases, a free-form exchange of sensory information is encouraged between performer, viewer and environment. This is an interactive radio broadcast." [M.N.]
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
alice armstrong, chris booth, sarah gray, lucinda guy, chris mockridge, shannon mockridge, michael honnor, hilary burns,taja, yuli somme, chris taylor and soundart radio, dartington, as well as michelle nagai from radio free103point9, new york, for their explorations of repetitions and their creative impact;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.
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