#270. Independent sound art, radiophonic projects and other audio non-visual misunderstandings and findings. We invited Lucinda Guy from Soundart Radio and her sister Catherine to come and make a radioplay at the Worm Studio. Plugholes is what they made… Helped by two groups of Rotterdam influentials; The Fucking Good Art’s and the Resisters.
Plugholes is a new radio drama by sisters Catherine and Lucinda Guy. They have been collaborating all their lives, making up silly plays and songs.
A woman embarks on a journey down the plughole with her bath water, becoming a pirate when she reaches the sea. As she is tossed around on the storms of capitalism, parenthood, environmental activism, and animal exploitation, the needle of her moral compass spins. Steeped in English doggerel and pomposity, Plugholes brings to mind Lewis Carroll, AA Milne and school hymns.
Written, recorded and mixed by Catherine and Lucinda Guy, january 2019
at The Worm/Klangendum Studio, Rotterdam.
Produced by Lukas Simonis for Worm/Concertzender
Lady – Catherine Guy.
Seahorse – Lucinda Guy.
Narrator – Nienke Terpsma.
Committee member – Rob Hamelijnck.
Additional music and roles by RE#SISTER:
Tamara van Suylekom.