#122. Een programma over onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten. Twee stukken van het Radia netwerk: The Curiosity Overcomes You van Alice Armstrong en I promise not to feed Back in Love Again van Mestre André & Paulo Raposo.
1. The Curiosity Overcomes You by Alice Armstrong. 2. I promise not to feed back in love again by Mestre André & Paulo Raposo. Jingles by Dr. Klangendum. More info: 1. The Curiosity Overcomes You by Alice Armstrong, Soundart Radio, Devon, UK An audio exploration into learning the ancient skill of flint knapping. Led by our ears & intuition we listen into the echoes of a shared material past. “What we’ve learn’t and what we’ve found, What we know and what we are, And where we’re from ….you can hear what it’s made of.” Alice Armstrong & Ben Fielding. 2. I promise not to feed back in love again by Mestre André & Paulo Raposo, Radio Zero, PT Mestre André: cassete feedback Paulo Raposo: cassetes, field-recordings and assorted sinewaves André G Pinto Aka Mestre André: MA in Musical Arts at New University of Lisbon with a research visit to SFU Burnaby, supervised by Barry Truax. BA in Sound Arts and Design (First Class Honours) at University of Arts London. Explored rupture aesthetics and theorised on the ‘social and political aesthetics of art and noise’ (“The Territory from Chaos to Noise”, Pinto, A., 2012). Now involved with ecological thinking of the arts practice and aesthetic relationships with the natural and non-natural environments. André has developed work as a Sound Artist, Field-Recordist, Performer, Installation Artist, Free Improviser, Composer and Sound Designer, doing live Sound Design for movies and theatre plays, sound installations and automated/interactive live concerts, amongst other things… He is a member of the band Älforjs and the ensemble Tratado de Cardew, which has been performing Cardew’s score: Treatise. Currently his work develops around deep listening as an ecological approach towards sound and music. As a composer he explores the ‘grief of incommunicability’ that exists in the attempt of exchange/comprehension/ communication between the human and humanised world/perception and what exceeds it, developing methods to somehow recreate or relate to the natural environment through the means of sound mapping and sound making.