#252. Onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten. Two shows produced by the Radia network.
Cold Cuts by bauhaus.fm.
Assisi Machine by Kerry Pries.
Cold Cuts by bauhaus.fm (guest producer).
During the shortest night of 2018, ten students from bauhaus.fm set out to make slow radio from various locations in the city of Weimar in Germany. The recordings of these six hours are chopped up and recombined for Radia, using Dieb13’s software ‘Schnitzel’. Laura Dang and Lefteris Krysalis interlaced a random Schnitzel cut with a more musical one. The outcome of this process is called “Cold Cuts”.
Produced by Dieb13, Laura Dang and Lefteris Krysalis. Idea by Knut Aufermann. Original image by Patty Ventura, edited by Laura Dang and Lefteris Krysalis.
Participants of the Slow Radio Show for bauhaus.fm: Julius Baars, Konrad Behr, Laura Dang, Jan Glöckner, Lefteris Krysalis, Grit Lieder, Johann Mittmann, Janine Müller, Severin Schenkel, Anton Worch, Knut Aufermann & Martin Hirsch
Assisi Machine by Kerry Priest. (Soundart Radio).
If we could hear the voice of nature, what would it say? And could humans use technology to strengthen their connection with nature?
Starting with the music and letting this guide the story, the Assisi Machine is a thrilling murder mystery which puts electronic sound technology at the heart of the action.
The show features three drone music sound collages which help move the plot along.
Parts of the play are written in dramatic verse, a favourite form of Shakespeare and Goethe, which is almost unknown in recent times.
Script and poetry by Kerry Priest.
Sound design by Tin Moth.
Dr Farley – Antonia Eastwood.
2nd Academic & Dr Hamilton – Tom Eastwood.
Seagull & Raven– Tom Eastwood.
Reporter – Linsey Fryatt.
Blackbird – Linsey Fryatt.