radia #861: Change de FA(r)CE & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE
by Mathilde Lacroix for Radio Campus Bruxelles
Stop/Play. Change frequencies, change your mind !
Aids of tails ? What about playing this to change perceptions of the world ? What about record outside, transform it and ear it more confortable from inside, with a new perception ? My baby would be very happy.
This is the secret of authentic fermentation, guaranteed since several generations !
We also have an other secret : We have a lot to do. In french, we say :
« We have a lot of bread to cook ».
Last thing before to really Stop/Play :
…………….« Listen…. »
Mathilde Lacroix is staying in Brussels. After learning translation and sound documentary, she’s studying electroacoustic music.
She’s exploring mental and physical soundscapes, alive or deserted, and try to open other perceptions to feel the world, and translate it with combinaison of poetical forms. She likes transformation, kneading and organical matter. She likes to decompose sounds, words, coincidences. Concret or abstract, with acoustic or virtual instruments, in the air or somewhere else, there is not permanent definition.
She collaborates with photograph Nathalie Hannecart and Aurélie Bay to explore three regards, three forms, three happy combinaisons (Les terribles ténébres). They also worked with engraver Weronika Siupka on the thematic of coal and steel industry. She also composed soundstrack of Miléna Trivier ‘s movie « Le Murmure des lieux qui nous habitent », and collaborates several times with Maxime Coton, exploring the place/space of poetry mixing different forms. Through project Living Pages, she meets of pinter Jamil Mehdaoui.
Sound creation : Mathilde Lacroix
Sacral compositions : Camille Lacroix
With the voice of Franck Seng as youtuber carrying kneading.
With the complicity and actoring of Shakira & Beyoncé, and the support of Xiri Tara Noir in this long fermentation.
Thanks to Carine Demange to invite me in Radia, for her good listening and exchanges.
DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE präsentiert
radia #791: Abre Cadavre
The Vienna Radia Collective – worked out the common transmission with online video sessions during the covid-19 closing and confronted with the common work in front of the monitors and the mirrored mutual reality made us think of the novel Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.
We used the Radia proven method of “Cadavre Exquis” to mirror and reflect our sonic ideas mutually. Our program “Abre Cadavre” consists of small parts that went around in our collective and the last 30 seconds of each piece of the predecessor’s piece were the basis for the next one.
Unconsciously a journey through a sonic magic land with sound, text and surprising transitions was created.
Contributions by Barbara Huber, Barbara Kaiser, Lale Rodgarkia-Dara, Karl Schönswetter and Peter Wetzelsberger.
Thanks to Alex, Feli, Martina, Susanne and Susi for their voices.
May you live in interesting times.