I have contributed an algorithmic double-piece ‘Traumcloud’ for Justin Winkler’s radio show ‘Traumarsenal’ (dream depot). Relating to writer and surrealist Robert Desnos’ 1930s radio work that explored dream protocols, the show collects anonymously submitted dream diaries and invites artists and other professionals to make interpretations from a non-psychoanalytical perspective. My interpretation ‘Traumcloud’ subjects the notation to a selection of terms which drive queries to the Freesound sound cloud database, producing two iterations with spoken words by Paul Vickers and Kate Howlett-Jones, one functioning as a sort of “continuation” of the other.
ALMAT in collaboration with BEK and Notam Norway are hosting a workshop-in-exposition. Deadline 23 February.
The project auditively maps the city, using our bodies as instruments and an algorithmic generator of radio pieces. The prize is awarded on March 7.
In January we moved into a great new studio space which will be called ‘Reagenz - Raum für künstlerische Experimente’ (space for artistic experiments).
On December 19, Radio Helsinki broadcasts the radio piece ‘Raumaneignungen’ (ars acustica with texts in German and Spanish) created by Nayarí Castillo, Reni ...